The Django board I present today is my effort to provide the community a cheap big-endian hardware aimed primarily at software developers where they could work on supporting big-endian software and libraries, and, at the same time, aimed at giving another chance of survival to the PowerPC architecture.Read more
In this post we interview Riccardo Mottola, mostly known in the PowerPC community for being the biggest – if not the only – contributor to the development of ArcticFox, theRead more
This article is meant to guide you in setting up the developer board NXP T2080RDB for using it as a desktop personal computer. We decided to work on this platformRead more
This long awaited campaign finally begins!
So, now that the PCB campaign is open you can spread it.
This is an interview to Casey Cullen, the guy that created Fienix, the Linux distribution specifically meant for the PowerPC platform and freely available at https://fienixppc.blogspot.com/ Hi Casey! Thank youRead more
So, you want to use your T2080rdb in standalone mode together with a PCI-E video card board and an SSD but you are tired to find yourself fighting with cablesRead more
The project is targeted at the education and research field, through the reuse of obsolete notebooks equipped with PowerPC (G3,G4,G5), Intel x86 (Pentium M, Celeron, Core duo) or ARM architecture.Read more
We are working on the first batch of notebooks that will be donated to give life to the project “Revivo with Scratch”. The notebooks have several CPUs: PowerPC, Pentium 3,Read more
On the 29th December 2017 we submitted our project “Open Hardware GNU/Linux PowerPC Notebook” to the Italian “FunkyPrize”. Funkyprize is an award established in 2014 in memory of Marco Zamperini,Read more
As already published one year ago on our PowerPC Notebook project website we publish here the same call, as is still needed and welcomed help, even if already collaborate aRead more