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Old 03 September 2002, 23:25   #1
mtb
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Join Date: Sep 2002
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Linux 68k & Amiga

I know there are version of Linux for 68k processors, and so also for Amiga ( from 68030, that has got a Memory Management Unit ).
I don't want to run it on Uae ( it's impossible, due to disk swap and mmu features ), but i don't understand why an Amiga should run Linux for these reason:

1) An old for example Pentium 200 pc is faster, and it cost very little money nowadays

2) Why wasting Amiga life-time for an operating system that runs in the same way ( or so i think ) on other cheap platform ( also if a Pc Breaks down it's not a tragedy )?

If there is someone that runs Linux on an Amiga platform, i would like to know why and what advantages it takes compared to a Pc Linux.
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