Red Hat Linux Rough Cuts
It's taken some digging around and some careful
excavation, but with the help of a good hammer and
chisel, we've finally unearthed a few interesting artifacts
and real Linux gems. Linux Rough Cuts is the latest
jewel case in the Linux Crown. With Linux Rough Cuts,
you can mine your computer resources. So now you
can resurrect old hardware from the dead and shed light
on newer processors!
The Linux Rough Cuts Releases are derivatives of Red Hat Linux for the
PowerPC (MkLinux/PPC), UltraSPARC®, MIPS (some SGI machines), and
M68K (Amiga, Atari, and older Macintosh computers) processors. Though
there hasn't been an official unveiling of Linux for these processors, this CD
set allows you to be the operator for all the equipment that you have stored.
So don't be afraid to get your hands dirty. Sculpt yourself a Linux masterpiece
Following are links to related sites for the various processors:
Linux Rough Cuts is a combination of Linux for various platforms.
PowerPC processors (PowerMac) for MkLinux
Sun Workstations with UltraSPARC processors
Atari and Amiga machines built on M68K processors (Rough Cut
comes with an installer for most Amigas (with appropriate processors).
The Linux binaries on the CD can be used on all other Linux/m68k
systems, but will require manual installation)
SGI machines with MIPS processors
Contents: 4 CD set