I didn't say Sarge, I said Testing. He said Testing. Once Sarge is
branched off, Testing will become completely unreliable and remain so
for an unpredictable period.
Unstable has the latest kernels, which I took from his note to be a
prerequisite. It also works quite well. It's "unstable" aspect merely
means that updates aught to be done carefully and manually. If it
doesn't work well for you, such is life.
I agree with you that Sarge is well past due. Sure I have opinions
about how the installer could have been done that would have saved
many months, but I'm neither a developer nor major contributor. I
must, like the rest of us mere users, allow these volunteers to do
what they see fit to deliver something they are satisfied with. I am
pleased they do it at all.
In the mean time, I will recommend what works for the environment that
is being asked about.
On Tuesday 26 October 2004 10:24, Derek Broughton was heard to say:
> On Tuesday 26 October 2004 10:38, Curt Howland wrote:
> > First of all, "testing" is not really a distribution to trust.
> > There are always things going on that sometimes mean things don't
> > work.
> > If you have a non-pcmcia network connection available go back to
> > zero and install "Unstable" if you want the latest kernels.
> > Autodetection
> ???? You declare testing to be untrustworthy, then recommend
> Sarge is well past ready for prime-time. Sid isn't, and never can
> be. --
September 11th, 2001
The proudest day for gun control and central
planning advocates in American history
- From: Tom Allison <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Re: pcmcia
- From: Curt Howland <Howland@priss.com>
- Re: pcmcia
- From: Derek Broughton <email@example.com>