Florian Kulzer wrote:
Jim Woodward wrote:
I have testing in my sources.list.
Does this mean I am running etch?
I am running kernel 220.127.116.11
If I am not running etch, how can I upgrade without a new installation?
If you started out with testing in your sources.list or if you did a
dist-upgrade since you included it, then you should indeed be running
Etch. The fact that you are using a 2.6.15 kernel suggests it, too.
I installed kernel 18.104.22.168 from kernel.org
Simply look at the output of "cat /etc/issue" to be sure. Another
characteristic thing is your version of libc6; "apt-cache policy libc6"
will tell you what it is and where it came from.
I will enclose the output from these:
jim@debian-pent:~$ apt-cache policy libc6
*** 2.3.6-3 0
500 ftp://mirrors.kernel.org testing/main Packages
500 http://ftp.debian.org testing/main Packages
jim@debian-pent:~$ cat /etc/issue
Debian GNU/Linux testing/unstable \n \l
I have not done a dist-upgrade( don't know how), but I use synaptic
package manager to update at least once a week.
- Re: etch
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- From: Jim Woodward <email@example.com>
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