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[relnotes] [Fedora Project Wiki] Update of "Docs/Beats/ArchSpecific/PPC" by BobJensen

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   The bootloader automatically boots the appropriate 32-bit or 64-bit installer. 
   The default `gnome-power-manager` package includes power management support, including sleep and backlight level management.  Users with more complex requirements can use the `apmud` package in Fedora Extras.  To install `apmud` after installation, use the following command:
-   {{{su -c 'yum install apmud'
+ {{{su -c 'yum install apmud'
   * 64-bit IBM pSeries (POWER4/POWER5), current iSeries models
@@ -53, +53 @@

   * Genesi Pegasos II
   At the time of writing, firmware with full support for ISO9660 file systems has not yet been released for the Pegasos. You can use the network boot image, however. At the Open''''''Firmware prompt, enter the following command:
-   {{{boot cd: /images/netboot/ppc32.img 
+ {{{boot cd: /images/netboot/ppc32.img 
   You must also configure Open''''''Firmware on the Pegasos manually to make the installed Fedora Core system bootable. To do this, set the {{{boot-device}}} and {{{boot-file}}} environment variables appropriately. 

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