OK now I'm confused. I got the net install ISO. I have my mirrors.
So "testing" is the beta / release candidate of "sarge" which is the
next stable release ?
Have I got that right? If this is the case I would guess that updating
from testing to the stable release of sarge, when ever that happens,
should be fairly painless and can be done though the package manager
apt-get ???? Right?
On Sep 6, 2004, at 5:16 PM, Michele Neylon :: Blacknight Solutions
>>>> If you want a more up to date system (and you probably do for a
>> workstation) then I would try sarge, which is the next
>> release. It is
>> a better bet then testing as once sarge is released a new
>> testing release will begin, and you probably won't want to
>> start using that
>> straight away. Also there are no security updates for testing until
>> release is imminent (they should have started for testing now
>> and I think they have), if you use sarge you wont have to
>> update your sources.list when sarge is released.
>> "Sarge" is "testing" until it is released officially.
>>>>>> Mr Michele Neylon
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