Linux for 68k Macintoshes

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A developmental branch of the Linux/m68k port, supporting older Macintoshes with a Motorola 68020, 030, or 040 CPU and an MMU. This includes most II/LC/Centris/Quadra/Performa-class machines. Check the status page on the project web site for details.



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