On my x86 I normally stick with stable, but on my powerbook I've had to put in
some ~ppc packages to fix minor issues. So here's some more reports of "works
for me", on a Powerbook G3 Series (Wallstreet), CFLAGS="-O3 -pipe -mcpu=750".
media-libs/taglib-1.0 <-- replaces 1.0_beta2 we have in ppc, has bugfixes
Previously I was using alsa-driver-0.9.8, but I found that if a program was
using the sound driver when I put the computer to sleep, it would crash into
xmon when I woke it up. With the new alsa-driver, I can play music across a
sleep with no problems. I was using kernel 2.4.24-ppc-r2 in both instances.
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