Re: Sarge Release
Thus spake Andrew Perrin (email@example.com):
> As I understand it, "stability" in this context refers to the likelihood
> of change, not the likelihood of crash. Back when it was "testing," I ran
> woody with an uptime of >200 days with no crashes -- seems pretty stable
> to me! So don't assume that "stable" === "debian". If you need the newer
> versions, run testing (or unstable). If you don't, revel in the rock
> solidity of woody.
I ran unstable for almost 2 months last year with no problem at
all. It finally crashed - because of a flaky hard drive.
MS should be so unstable...
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