RE: DAK, Debian versions, and SQL Alchemy versions
From: Marcin Kulisz [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: 05 January 2012 13:13
Subject: Re: DAK, Debian versions, and SQL Alchemy versions
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On 05/01/12 10:43, Brooke, Simon wrote:
> So: should I start again, using just Squeeze and Squeeze-backports? What Debian version are people who are running production daks currently using?
My DAK is running on squeeze + backports (mainly for postgres) and I
suppose that all Debian infrastructure is running stable as well.
So I would say use squeeze + backports for postresql and that's it.
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