I'll just clarify what's going on here, Alexander's responses were a little terse.
On Tue, Jul 24, 2007 at 10:18:52AM +0200, Alexander Baldeck wrote:
I have this problems yet:
not ppc specific
The problems you're having here are not PPC specific. You'll find it more productive to ask on the CUPS and KDE mailing lists, respectively. There you'll find people knowledgeable about those systems who can help you troubleshoot things.
does not exist for ppc for it is a binary blob
does not exist for ppc for it is a binary blob, gnash is the only more or less decent alternative
binary blob and thus unfixable, we are considering to drop it completely
Binary blobs are non-Free software that is not distributed in source form. In the case of skype and flash, the developers have decided not to support PPC/linux. You will not be able to use these programs on any distribution of linux on PPC hardware. (At least, not until somebody reverse engineers them to a useful point. See Gnash, which is a work-in-progress Gnu Flash engine.) You'll need to go to Mac OS X, which the manufacturers do support.
In the case of Opera, binaries are provided by Opera. Any problems with that binary cannot be fixed by the ArchPPC team, or any distro for that matter, becaue Opera provides them in a form which is impractical to fix. If you really, really need opera, you're out of luck. Find out what distro Opera builds their PPC binaries against, and try that. Or run Mac OS X. Or just use firefox.