Can I "downgrade" from unstable to woody?
I think I may have made something of a mistake!
I needed to upgrade from potato, having need of a more recent lib. So I
replaced 'stable' with 'unstable' in sources.list and upgraded. I really
don't need to be on the bleeding edge (although I've had no difficulty
with anything so far) and so I'd like to back down to woody. Can I safely
replace 'unstable' with 'woody' or am I stuck in this sort of post-woody
And, while I'm here, I want to second the kudos for the Debian
developers. Since installing a Debian system a few months ago, I've been
very impressed with the ease of maintenance and upgrades; I'm going to be
talking to our computer staff at work about replacing our RH servers with
Debian, once woody is officially stable.
Linux user #17943
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