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    KinderGarden for OS slytherock's Avatar
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    Default Fedora system requirement for mac

    Someone gave me a Mac, but for obvious reasons, I dont want OS X in my house. Someone know where to find the mac system requirements for a Mac? I've look on the fedora project website, but can't find what I'm looking for

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    Default Re: Fedora system requirement for mac

    What model is it?
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    Default Re: Fedora system requirement for mac

    Well I'm a bit ashamed... it's an old iMac G3 350. But for my kitchen computer, it's perfect. I know it can be done, but I want to know witch version will fit


    I just see that I mentioned OSX, my bad, I mean OS9

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    Default Re: Fedora system requirement for mac

    6.2.1. Hardware Requirements for PPC
    6.2.1.1. Processor and memory

    • Minimum CPU: PowerPC G3 / POWER3
    • Fedora 7 supports only the "New World" generation of Apple Power Macintosh, shipped from circa 1999 onward.
    • Fedora 7 also supports IBM pSeries, IBM iSeries, IBM RS/6000, Genesi Pegasos II, and IBM Cell Broadband Engine machines.
    • Fedora 7 includes new hardware support for Genesi Efika, and for the Sony PlayStation 3.
    • Recommended for text-mode: 233 MHz G3 or better, 128MiB RAM.
    • Recommended for graphical: 400 MHz G3 or better, 256MiB RAM.
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