|In reply to Comment 49 (Olegil):|
Thanks for the rephrase it makes what you were trying to say clearer.
While there are other OSes available for the Mac and in production for the Mac there isn't good info on how the Apple chipsets work. However, since there are other OSes it doesn't mean it can't be done. Also, Amiga and Morphos could interface with those teams who've done a alternative OS for the Mac and I'm sure those teams would be happy to share the info. Heck the LinuxPPC sources are public so they may be useful for hints of how things had to be done.
IBM is extremely helpful towards Linux. There were rumors that IBM was going to make their own G5 boxes to push LinuxPPC. We'll see if that happens. If it does happen I'd love to see Amiga and MorphOS do ports for the IBM released G5. Even if they're only 32bit ports for the time being.