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Re: stable or testing?

On Mon, Feb 02, 2004 at 11:37:28AM +1300, Simon Buchanan wrote:
> Being a post-redhat user, i have downloaded the 'testing' version of debian,
> installed on my test bench, then on the in-house development server and am
> VERY impressed! So the next step is to go after our 4 live servers one by
> one.... My question is:
> Should i be using stable or testing for the live servers? Be aware i am only
> just getting to grips with 'the debian way'... I guessing 'stable'?
Stable stable stable. Stable is the only release that is 100% sure to
get timely security updates. This is the main reason why you should
pick stable. I'm sure someone else can fill in the other ones.

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