Re: Debian 3.0_r4
im a sid man myself. but im not running production boxes
sid being 'unstable'
potatoe - way old
woody - 'stable' but old
sarge - 'testing' but new
sid - 'unstable' bleeding edge
i think thats right. anyway, often times youll do a system wide update
and something minor will break. but usually only something minor - like
amsn or something.
Kristian Peters wrote:
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what are they calling the 3.0_r4 release? I am trying to install sarge
and that is the one I am currently downloading. So the question is is
that Sarge, or just another Woody variation?
Debian Woody is called 3.0 ! r4 means that it is the 4th release which
_only_ contains securitiy-fixes. I really recommend that you're
installing Debian sarge (will become 3.1 in (hopefully) recent future)
because Woody is simply _too_ old (released 3 years ago...) and lacks
lots of very important and updated software.
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