[clug] Debian testing and sarge
kim.holburn at anu.edu.au
Fri May 27 01:05:15 GMT 2005
I guess at some point in the near future sarge will become testing.
Now I've never lived through a change like this;-) I was wondering
what actually happens? Some of our servers now are testing. Would
it be better to put sarge in /etc/apt/sources.list rather than
testing so that the machine doesn't suddenly move to sid when sarge
becomes stable and sid becomes testing?
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