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Re: slink and potato

On Sun, 17 Oct 1999, Ben Wong wrote:

 : > Slink is the current stable debian release version, which is 2.1
 : > Potato is the current unstable release version, which is due
 : > to be released before the end of the year, god willing.  :)
 : > 
 : > Often you will see Slink = Stable, Potato = Unstable, but
 : > I have been using potato for a while now will little or no problems,
 : > and it works a lot better in many ways, at least for me.
 : Then how come at ftp.debian.org there's a directory named slink and also
 : a directory named stable, and a directory named potato and also a
 : directory
 : named unstable?

"stable" and "unstable" aren't directories, they're symbolic links.

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