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Wired: Linux Gives New Life to Old Macs

“Schmitz is in charge of developing the Linux kernel for the
Macintosh. Once he and the other developers contributing to the
project iron out the bugs, those old Macs can be used to run new
applications for Linux.”

“The source code for the Linux-to-Macintosh port, which includes
an incomplete SE version, is available free on the Net. Schmitz
releases periodic updates that are tested by programmers around the
world. Any bugs they discover are fixed in later releases of the
code.”

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