Quoting adam beecher (lists at beecher.net):
> I'm not sure I got a definitive stable or unstable recommendation there
> Dave. :)
>> Lemme put it this way: Don't mind desktops and the LAN, imagine I had a
> couple of live Red Hat servers beside me here and I want to migrate them to
> Debian. I don't want to spend time tweaking and twiddling them, all I want
> to do is update them occasionally to keep them relatively modern and secure.
> Stable or Unstable?
I think I almost upgraded php once on sponge, for some app,
but in the end I used a different (better) app. It's running
PHP/4.1.2 right now, runs fine.
I'd go with stable for a rock solid server, just make sure
to add security.debian.org in your sources.list (it'll
ask you during the install anyway) and apt-get update ;
apt-get upgrade it before you let the big bad world see it.
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