Re: Newbie Question
Now that the standard Debian mirror system supports amd64, (apt/dpkg)
take care of getting you the correct packages for your architecture...
I use [in /etc/apt/sources.list], where 'unstable'(sid) is the release
set that I use, you should stick with what ever release you currently
deb http://mirrors.kernel.org/debian unstable main contrib non-free
deb-src http://mirrors.kernel.org/debian unstable main contrib non-free
I use 'apt-get update' to update my package lists, and 'apt-get
upgrade' to upgrade my packages... and 'apt-get install <packageName>'
to install packages
Also, check out the debian package 'newbiedoc'
for lots of good info on 'apt' and other good things
lots of luck
2006/5/11, Alexander Samad <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
Finaly found the amd64 mailing list.
Browsing through the mailing list archives I noticed that there are
several locations to point my apt sources.lst
I have 2 machines running amd64 , 1 I have setup with apt-proxy (what
are other people using ?)
and I point to
but I was reading that I should be using the normal deb archive
locations for example
which is what I use for my i386 machine
so what do I use both the former for the older packages and the later
for etch ie unstable packages ??
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