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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

       a= Archive
              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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