Yellow Dog Linux was designed with Mac users in mind so I figured I might find it easier to set up on my Powerbook. I created a set of CDs from the sagittarious version of Yellow Dog. I partitioned my hard drive and reinstalled Tiger. Yellow Dog installation went without a hitch.
I liked the look of the desktop and response was extremely quick. I was also glad to see that my wireless network was detected and the signal was strong. The only problem was that I couldn’t connect to Firefox. I couldn’t spend any more time tinkering so I rebooted to Mac OS X. I’ll see if I can figure this out after the weekend.