Re: upgrading from stable to woody
APT has to be the greatest thing ever.
All you really need to do is edit your /etc/apt/sources.list file
to point to either stable, or testing, or unstable and then
Obviously, you want woody, so you would point apt sources to "testing".
To point the sources.list file to different sets, just replace "stable"
with "testing"..or "unstable" (no quotes)
There should be some docs on debian.org somewhere. or
Quoting "Ted Goodridge, Jr" <email@example.com>:
> I know this has been asked before, but what are , in general terms, the
> way of upgrading an entire system to woody? I have to install stable
> first (on an alpha...due to woody install glitches), and need help
> finding documentation on how to do it.
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