Thanks for the responses.
Colin Charles wrote:
I guess. Its probably an iBook 2 at the very least right? 600MHz or
I can't speak to the "2" in "iBook 2" (I don't know what that
"2" refers to), I
figure it would be around 800MHz. I just didn't want to spend a lot on an
experiment, but I wanted to end up with a machine I could realistically use to
do work once in a while. I'd like to record audio with it (via my Griffin
iMic), browse the web, and maybe watch a DVD.
Yup! Airport works too :)
Sounds interesting. If I inadvertently get an Airport Extreme card, could I
just find an Airport card somewhere and plug it in the same cable (underneath
the iBook keyboard, if I recall from the last time I took an iBook apart)?
Yup. You can have just ext3 based partitions and get rid of all
of HFS/HFS+ if you so please
This would be ideal because I'll probably never remember special partitions
when I go to install. However, I just found contradictory advice on
which says that
the Apple Boot partition must be the first partition. This is not a
showstopper issue, it's just a 1MB partition that poses a minor install-time
hassle if I don't get it right.