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Originally Posted by dlippiett i plan on upgrading to OS X, but i want to run a version of linux on it too...i think ill try debian (even though ive ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by dlippiett
    i plan on upgrading to OS X, but i want to run a version of linux on it too...i think ill try debian (even though ive had no success installing it on this system last year...kept givin me error after error)

    i have done it and if you are working with the factory drives then you need to do one with x and the other with linux or they just dont perform well. i have an imac that i put FC4 on and had OS x on and it had 512 meg of mem and it just couldnt handle it. It does however like Ubuntu with the whole hard drive devoted to it. the only problem i have found with the imacs is that ubuntu and FC4 did this is that when i install it at first the res is about as high as my friends Ipaq.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlippiett
    bought the g3 400 because i can pop a super drive in it...
    oooh yeah delicious! now that is cool!
    "Time has more than one meaning, and is more than one dimension" - /.unknown
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