On Wed, Jun 01, 2005 at 10:15:15AM +0100, Niall Sheridan wrote:
> When changing distribution in Debian you should run `apt-get
> dist-upgrade' first. This will upgrade all your packages, handling
> conflicts intelligently.
>> You can repoint your sources.list at woody. apt will not grab an older
> package version. I'm not sure why you'd want to though. Sarge currently
> has 20 RC bugs outstanding, expect a release real soon now (I take no
> responsibility if Sarge takes a further 6 months to release :) ).
Should have mentioned that Id did the apt-get dist-upgrade, not too worried about sarge/woody, but if I take something from testing ... I wanted to make sure that it wouldn't over write with a stable/sarge whatever if I reverted to it.
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