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Re: Debian GNU/Linux 3.1 released

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by gunne on Jun 08, 2005 - 11:37
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Yes, of course you can, and you have been able to do this for a very long time, as long as you have choosen 'sarge' or 'sid'. (For the Pegasos II)

This change now is that sarge now has been released (and moved) to become the stable release instead of testing as it was before yesterday.

Former stable (woody) have now been changed to obsolete (still available though).

The stable release is the release thats recommended to use for production use, because... its stable.

Testing is now codenamed 'etch', unstable still codenamed 'sid', dont know the codename of experimental, dont know if it have a codename.

Everything (about different releases etc) is to read on,

Pegasos II Debian-users (as well as all other testing/sarge users) that before used 'testing' in their apt-sources-list, can now change this to either stable or sarge.


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