PPC Linux / Mac Mini Assembly Programming
This is an interesting article, that provides a very easy way to have a platform to develop PowerPC assembly language skills.
"The Mac Mini is a very compact desktop computer designed by Apple. Based on the PowerPC (PPC) G4 CPU, the machine is ideal for those who wish to experiment with GNU/Linux on a non-Intel platform. In this article, we will examine how to get Ubuntu Linux up and running on the Mac Mini. Assembly language skills on a RISC CPU like the PowerPC are very much in demand in the embedded-systems industry - and we shall use the PPC Linux system to do a bit of assembly language hacking!" PowerPC Assembly Programming on the Mac Mini
(Submitted by Noel Thu Aug 25, 2005 )
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