El martes, 9 de septiembre de 2003, a las 15:44, Gunnar Wolf escribe: > It is mandatory. Stable is stable is stable, and it is not meant to be > modified unless necessary (this means, unless there is a vulnerability > or a grave functionality bug). All development is made in unstable - If > you upload a package built in stable it may not even work. Many > important system libraries, compilers and interpreters have changed. You > _will_ find important problems if you do your Debian development work > in stable. > > You could set up an unstable chroot environment on which to work in your > system, or use pbuilder. What about, including a nice explanation like this in the FAQ instead of the mere sentence "thou shalt use sid!?". Regards, Ismael -- "Tout fourmille de commentaries; d'auteurs il en est grande cherté"
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