informIT: Yellow Dog Linux for the Macintosh: Popping the Kernel
Jan 28, 2005, 20:30 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Larry Loeb)
"Yellow Dog Linux has recently upgraded to version 4.0. With
this release, it has become the pre-eminent Linux implementation
for the Macintosh. Although OS X users who are intrigued by the
power and the speed of Linux will seriously want to consider this
version, Linux is not for everyone. There is no hand-holding, and
you can drive the Mac right off a cliff into a kernel panic.
"This article looks at the implementation and the reasons for
using Linux to help you make your choice..."