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I looked around for a bit and I haven't found the correct thread that fits my needs, I have an old mac Powerbook G4, I want to run Ubuntu Server on it, can I wipe out the entire harddrive and just run Ubuntu? (I don't need the Mac OS), or would I need to use a VM or dual boot. I tried a few things and it didn't work, I tried partitioning the hard drive and burning the image, I tried using bootcamp but that did not work and tried both USB and Disk. I want to use the Ubuntu server just so I can get familiar with Linux servers and do my programming whenever I am on the road or not at my desktop. I don't know if I am doing something wrong, I maybe any help would be much appreciated.
Mac OS X Version 10.5.8 Processor: 1.33 GHz PowerPC G4 Memory 2 GB DDR SDRAM Processor: PowerBook G4 1.1 L2 Cache: 512kb