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To post to the list, mail to linuxppc-dev@lists.ozlabs.org but please read the rules first and look for answers to your questions in the archives before posting. There are also many useful links at http://penguinppc.org/ .

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There used to be a separate list for discussion of development issues on 64 bit PowerPC platforms, but these lists were merged in March, 2006. The archives of the other list are still available.

The linuxppc-embedded list was merged into this list in January, 2009. The archives of that list are still available.

To see the collection of prior postings to the list, visit the Linuxppc-dev Archives.

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