Re: preferences cahnges, once woddu becomes stable?
On Wed, May 01, 2002 at 09:52:12AM -0700, Sean 'Shaleh' Perry wrote:
> > So, assuming I want to keep reasonbly up to date, with current packages,
> > what changes should I make to this, once woody goes gold (stable0?
> rather than use the generic "stable" "testing" use the actual release name
> "potato" "woody" "sid". That way you are always running exactly what you mean
> to be running.
so I can yuse these "potato" "woody" "sid" in /etc/apt/preferences
makes more sense
This is the common name we give our archives, such
as stable or unstable. The special name now is used
to designate the set of packages that are currently
I had an impression I can only use stable or unstable...
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