Is Linux for 68K Macs command line only or does it have a GUI?
As Debian is the only Linux distribution that actively supports the m68k architecture it should be your choice of distribution if you plan to run Linux on a m68k Macintosh. As such you'll have available just about any GUI that is available on any of the other architectures supported by Debian (x86, PPC, sparc, mips to name a few). However you'll most likely want to stick to some of the simpler Window Managers as the m68k Macs are not exactly fast systems!
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