Re: sources.list question
On 12/8/06, Manolo Díaz <email@example.com> wrote:
Matt Richardson wrote:
> If I were to put 'etch' instead of 'testing' in my sources.list, like so
> deb http://sluglug.ucsc.edu/debian/ etch main
> on a new install, will I see any difference when etch becomes the new
> stable? Sorry for the dumb question, but I've always put 'stable' or
> 'unstable' rather than 'sarge' or 'sid' in my sources.list. I've got
> some new servers that I want to run stable amd64, but don't really
> have the time to wait for Debian 4.
> I guess the other alternative is to run the unofficial amd64 sarge.
No, when etch becomes stable you won't see any difference until etch
becomes oldstable, so you will have time enough then to put stable
instead of etch.
Thanks, I was pretty sure that would be the case. Everything pointed
in that direction, but I didn't want to have to try to downgrade.