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I have no problems mentioning it as a community build, but Julien ıs better
placed to check if it would cause problems on our 'Get Lubuntu' page.



On Mon, Oct 31, 2011 at 8:44 PM, <maps.backward@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> i know we've talked briefly about deferring any ppc builds but i was
> hoping (if not for any other reason, but to help further development of the
> unofficial and unsupported port) to post up on the wiki my methodology to
> install and get current using the most current ppc build at
> http://cdimages.ubuntu.com/lubuntu/daily-live/20111011/.
> all in favor, say aye. all against, nay.
> if worse comes to worst and we'd rather not suggest ppc on the wiki, then
> i can always throw something on ubuntu forums but i personally tend to give
> more weight to the wiki than the forums.
> i'll add that i've been running mintppc as well and it is fantastic out of
> the box-- even better than debian ppc. i'm hoping to hack into the config
> files and see what's under the hood and see if i can't re-create it.
> possibly i might even be able to create an unattend file (mintppc install
> involves booting the debian netboot cd and issuing "auto url=mintppc.org"
> at the yaboot prompt) to make things even easier. if anyone's interested at
> least!
> lastly, is there anything i can do to help with the ppc builds? despite
> canonical's lack of support for ppc, it is the perfect platform for a
> lightweight linux like lubuntu, so i'm motivated to help make it happen.
> wxl/walter
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