Re: How do I upgrade from 1.1 to 1.2?
At 08:39 PM 12/5/96 -0600, you wrote:
>This is the KERNEL numbering system, not the Debian dumbering
>system. For the record, x.y.z where y is even is a stable kernel. y
>odd means a development kernel. For debian, every numbered release
>(with the exception of 1.0) is a stable release. The development
>releases (which are in general relatively stable, although things
>break from tinme to time) are only given code names.
But I thought Debian 1.2 (rex) was unstable (at least until it is released.)
Then, if only development releases are given code names, how come buzz
(Debian 1.1) is stable?
Eloy A. Paris
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