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On Monday 04 September 2006 21:16, Uwe Dippel wrote:
> On Mon, 04 Sep 2006 17:08:11 -0400, Kamaraju Kusumanchi wrote:
> > Other than filing bugs in BTS and using apt-listbugs, you can also put
> > information about serious breakages etc., in
> > http://wiki.debian.org/Status/Unstable
> Thanks, Raju,
> for pointing out that I am *right* !
> Not everyone has the time (or the desire) to spend his days hunting for
> information how to get his installation back up again.

Stable is the way to go if you are in that boat. Testing/Unstable do break and 
that is what makes it fun (atleast for me). If you want something rock solid, 
something that just works without any hiccups you should seriously consider 
running stable. For some users stable might have packages a bit out of date. 
But if you do not have the time or the willingness to explore stuff on your 
own, testing/unstable both are not for you.

You can also read 
where I summarize some of my experiences.

> At least not me. If there is a breakage, I want to know. And not from
> extra applications; Wikis, bug-tracking lists, and stuff.
> I have a job to do and a part of it is system administration. If a service
> / system fails, the first thing I do is telling my users. So that they
> don't have to mail me; I don't have to answer their questions and they
> don't lose time, but can do something else or work around until stuff is
> back.
> And I want Debian to work for me similarly.

two words - install stable.



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