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Orijinal gönderinin sahibi: Thor Simon ,

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Depending just how old a Mac you want to keep alive, NetBSD is probably a good option.  It's been years, but I ran it on a TiBook and found most of the onboard devices to be reasonably well supported.

You won't get a glossy, high-performance graphical desktop from a default NetBSD install -- you'll have to turn to pkgsrc for that.  However, I'd generally warn against running anything but OS X on even an old mac if you want a pretty graphical desktop and decent performance; the OS X GUI is *much* lighter weight than KDE or GNOME...

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