On Monday 06 March 2006 10:43, Daniel Haude wrote: > In the end I found out what was wrong: I had used an old install CD > back from sarge==testing days. My /etc/apt/sources list therefore > pointed at "testing" resources which, without a proper "dist-upgrade" > (which at no point I had wanted because I wanted a sarge system), > couldn't have worked. > > After downloading burning a contemporary install CD everything of > course went as smoothly as one has come to expect from a Debian system > > To come to the end: I think a "sarge" install CD should always stay a > "sarge" install CD no matter how old. This is already the case for current versions of the installer, though you are right that it was an issue with Sarge.
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