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Old 21 January 2019, 20:26   #8
nogginthenog
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Join Date: Feb 2012
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I too ran Linux on my A4000 in the 90's. At the time there were no distributions. All I had was an old bootable image from an Atari user. Using that I formatted my drives and slowly built a more modern Linux from source. Great learning experience!

X-Windows was perfectly usable. Even apps like GIMP worked.
Debian/68k is available now but it's probably outdated.

68k is still supported in the mainstream kernel. A guy called Geert Uytterhoeven keeps the fire burning!
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