Sorry for crosspost but I am not sure if the right list is debian-www or
debian-security. I am subscribed only to debian-www, if you answer on
debian-security, please CC me.
Maybe you want to add this at security faq:
=== Question ===
To use sarge's security updates I write this line in sources.list:
deb http://security.debian.org/ sarge/updates main contrib non-free
Why they don't say that it exist??
=== Answer ===
Because it is obsolete!!! At 26 Jan 2004
was of 29-May-2003 !!!
For example at 26 Jan 2004 this versions of package libc6 were
on security.debian.org sarge/updates 2.2.5-9.woody.3
on ftp.debian.org testing/main 2.3.2.ds1-10
on ftp.debian.org woody/main 2.2.5-11.5
on security.debian.org woody/updates/main 2.2.5-11.5
security.debian.org sarge/updates exists only because [???]
*ANTISPAM*: my address is *not* forged, but
it is valid *only* up to 30 June 2004
Ave Johan Haggi
Nonis Martiis MMDCCLVII ab urbe condita