All pages are in the United States unless otherwise noted, and
they are in English unless the description is not in English.
This is the Web on Linux...
Registry, a directory of Linux/m68k users started by Geert
Uytterhoeven and maintained by Robert Ramiega. [The Netherlands]
Geert Uytterhoeven's home
page. Geert is currently maintaining the X Window System for Linux/m68k, known as
XFree68 (a port of the XFree86
Jes Degn Sørensen's home
page, which now mentions Linux/m68k and isn't in Germany (don't
ask... :-). Jes is the coordinator for the 2.x series of
Neumann's Linux/m68k page. Frank wrote the Linux/m68k
Installation Guide (for the Amiga). He also has a page on clgen,
a framebuffer for Cirrus Logic-based Amiga graphics cards (like the
Picasso and GVP Spectrum). [Germany]
Jörg Mayer's Linux/m68k page. Jörg used to maintain the Linux/m68k FAQ. [Germany]
Dirk Wetter's Linux/m68k
home page. [Germany]
Dave Ellison has established a page about the #Linux-m68k
IRC channel on irc.dalnet.com.
Ongoing Linux/m68k Ports
Joe Pranevich has set up a page for the Linux/m68k for Macintosh
Project. If you want to see Linux on the m68k-based Macintoshes,
help them out!
Alan Cox (yes, the one of www.uk.linux.org fame) has also set up a page about Linux on the
Mac (running, naturally, on a Mac). [United Kingdom]
Sam Creasey has set up a page about the port to Sun 3 workstations.
Richard Hirst has a page devoted to his VMEbus port, which
works on several m68k-based VME single-board computers from BVM,
Motorola and Tadpole. [United Kingdom]
Peter De Schrijver is working on a port to the Apollo Domain
workstations. His current work can be found here. [Belgium]
The port to the NeXT workstation now has its own page.
Some actual NeXT code (booting on at least some NeXTs) is at Zach Brown's site.
The Q40/Q60 port has its own site.
Somewhat related to Linux/m68k is the APUS
project, which is porting LinuxPPC to Amigas with PowerPC processors.
Ongoing Linux/m68k Projects
Frank Neumann has set up a page about Debian/m68k, the port of the Debian distribution to Linux/m68k. [Germany]
The OSIS (Atari TOS and other Atari-based OS emulation project)
has a page. [Sweden]
There is some documentation by Geert about the universal framebuffer
device at the XFree86 site.
There is now an attempt to port Linux to 680x0-based machines
without MMUs. See the Microcontroller Linux page for details. [Canada]
There is a
page about the Permedia2 (CybervisionPPC/BVisionPPC)
framebuffer driver. [Italy]
Stefan Reinauer has developed amiga-fdisk,
a partitioning tool for the Amiga. [Germany]
Linux/m68k Pages in languages other than English
Un page sur Linux/m68k au Centre-Ressource
Atari de Montréal. [Canada]
Users Group - Amiga Section (in Italian). [Italy]
General Linux pages
The Debian GNU/Linux Home
Page, the home of the Debian distribution (with official m68k
support) on the web.
Red Hat Software doesn't
officially support Linux/m68k yet, but never say never...
The ext2fs utilities home page, created by ext2fs guru Theodore Ts'o.
The Linux Software Map,
your guide to finding the sources you need.
www.linux.org was recently
revamped with a completely new layout.
Linux.com is a relatively new
community portal, sponsored by VA Linux Systems.
The Linux WebWatcher is a
good place to keep an eye on what's been updated lately.
Linux International's Home Page.
LI is non-profit organization supporting Linux development.
Daily Linux-related news nuggets are available at slashdot.org and freshmeat.
Check out KernelNotes,
your one-stop resource for kernel information.
LinuxNOW is an interesting
exercise in PR, if nothing else :-)
Some Linux information is available at www.uk.linux.org. [United Kingdom]
Linux page at University of Helsinki, with current version numbers of the main
kernel tree. [Finland]
Visit the home of the quasi-official Linux logo.
There is a page about NetTools,
part of the basic Linux networking software. [Germany]
The Linux Mall is
dedicated to commercial Linux products.
Linux Journal and Linux Magazine are the
monthly magazines of the Linux community in the U.S.
The AltOS pages
cover a variety of operating systems, including Linux.
Gerd Knorr has put together a page of framebuffer
A good directory of Linux resoruces is The
Open Directory, sponsored by Netscape.
General m68k Pages
Amiga Technologies [Germany]
The Amiga Web Directory,
the best Amiga resource on the Web.
Warren Block has
some pages giving help with Amiga hardware problems, specifically on
the A1200 and A4000.