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Re: dist-upgrade ?

On Fri, Oct 06, 2006 at 10:22:05AM +1000, Ian Wienand wrote:
> If you're constantly upgrading unstable, then it can be a bit, well,
> unstable.  However generally I tend to get start out with an unstable
> system that works, and then just upgrade individual packages as
> necessary; this limits the size of changes and in the rare case of
> problems really narrows down where to start looking (e.g. keep away
> from dist-upgrade).

(sorry for replying to an ancient message)
Or go to 'etch' which has less turmoil than sid and will leave you in a
state to easily upgrade to the next stable release of Debian.

> > What about the kernel? Is there a clean and stable working kernel  
> > available for our RX2600 (single processor version) or should we keep  
> > the old from HP?
> Any of the recent 2.6 kernels should work fine on that machine.

Yes, they do.

dann frazier

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