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Re: Stable not same as potato in security archive?

On Tue, Jun 25, 2002 at 09:53:07AM -0500, Keith G. Murphy wrote:
> I noticed the announcement of the patch to SSH (version 3.3) in 
> security-announce.  I tried to upgrade to the patched Potato version. 
> This was the pertinent line in my sources.list:
> deb http://security.debian.org stable/updates main contrib non-free
>                                ^^^^^^
> After apt-get update, I could only fetch 3.0.  But I noticed that on 
> another system, I was able to get 3.3.  It had:
> deb http://security.debian.org/ potato/updates main contrib non-free
>                                 ^^^^^^
> in sources.list.
> After changing my sources.list to that on the first system, and doing 
> apt-get update, I was able to get ssh 3.3.
> I thought potato and stable were the same thing right now!?  No?

Not sure how the structure works actually, but I noticed the same
thing with a few new woody installs. They were adding "stable" to all
of the sources.list.

I manually changed them to "woody" and it seems to be working ok...

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