PowerPC support

Motorola G4

PowerPC, Performance Optimization With Enhanced RISC, is a RISC microprocessor developed by an Apple-IBM-Motorola alliance in 1991.

IBM and Apple PowerPC based workstations and server systems, such as IBM enterprise server - Apple's iMac, iBook, Mac mini, PowerBook and, older PowerMacs with a G4, G3 or even older PowerPC CPU, as well as Motorola embedded systems - including Compact PCI boards.

Used by quite a lot people in the T2 community and thus usually in a very good shape. Used in high performance and carrier grade embedded appliances.

Primary developer:
Rene Rebe and Valentin Ziegler, ExactCODE GmbH
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