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Re: vocabulary

On Sun, Jun 04, 2000 at 11:47:19AM -0500, Tomas wrote:
> what do the words potato and woody mean in terms of debian/linux

These are 'codenames' of different versions of distributions. Just like
"Manhattan" in RedHat or "Air" in Mandrake. In Debian codenames come from
"Toy Story" movie - they are names of characters. See



+--------------------------------+ The reason we come up with new versions
|Marcin Owsiany                  | is not to fix bugs. It's the stupidest
|porridge@pandora.info.bielsko.pl| reason to buy a new version
+--------------------------------+ I ever heard.            - Bill Gates

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