Contributed by jose on from the cool-PPC-hardware dept.
The Pegasos I board is a limited availability board which was seeded to developers (including Rahn) to get various systems ported to it. The second edition of the board, the Pegasos II, has onboard gigabit Ethernet and is available for sale now but currently lacks OpenBSD support. Linux and MorphOS both run on the system, as well. Hopefully we'll see support for the second generation boards soon, as they address a lot of the issues in the first generation and are currently available. OpenBSD is one of the more prominent systems listed as nearing maturity on the platform, with others closely following.
Snapshots are also starting to appear on the mirror sites, bit it will be slow going for a few days while OpenBSD 3.4 is being fetched by people. In the meantime, if you're curious about this hardware platform you can purchase boards on the website. And if you do, be sure to help out with the development efforts.
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