This is confusing. There is 'backports.debian.org' and 'mozilla.debian.net'. Both
use squeeze-backports in sources.list.
apt-get install -t squeeze-backports iceweasel, on my box, points to
backports.debian.net, I haven't added the mozilla.debian.net to my sources yet as
this would be two squeeze-backports options. Do they work together?
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I wondered the same thing when I saw, " -t squeeze-backports" Maybe since the package names are the same, the version number wins out in the preferences rules even thought there could be two targets called squeeze-backports? Would pinning of 200 be needed like when using "regular" bckports?