Brian M. Godfrey wrote:
Sarge has a new installer which tends to do a better job of autodetecting stuff. Plus, you'll get newer versions of a lot of packages, which might help with say, video drivers.But I'd suggest installing Sarge instead of Woody. (Let the flamefest begin . . . .)I haven't seen any flames yet, Kent. Maybe it's a good idea. But I can borrow the 3.0r2 disks which, I think, are Woody. I'm sure they'll be fine for now. Feel free to correct me if I'm wrong.Thanks,--Brian M. Godfrey
My personal preference is to run Stable (Woody) on servers, and Unstable (Sid) on workstations; I start the workstation installs with the Testing (Sarge) installer, and then upgrade to Sid.
But [starting from / staying at ] Woody works too, if that's what you prefer.