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Switching stable to sarge

  • 5th Jun, 2005 at 12:08 AM

So I hear that smoke-test CDs of sarge are being burned, even as I type. In anticipation of the upcoming release, I have just switched over my woody machines to run sarge. Switching a couple of days early shouldn't hurt, besides I'll avoid the big rush to hit the mirrors when it does release.

Man, it's so weird to be running relatively recent software on these machines. Weird and fun.

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(Anonymous)
5th Jun, 2005 05:23 (UTC)
Except for X
Congrats to the Debian release team, but you'll still be running an out-of-date version of X, older than what was in Fedora Core 2 (and FC4 is about to ship).

Other than the ancient X, Sarge is fairly current, and X won't matter that much if you run servers or have two-year-old hardware.

ch
5th Jun, 2005 05:32 (UTC)
I always run testing or unstable. Many benefits and never much of a problem.
hub_
5th Jun, 2005 11:34 (UTC)
for desktop I switched to Ubuntu.
hub_
5th Jun, 2005 11:34 (UTC)
about time.

.1 release that jump GNOME from 1.4 to 2.8.... and is already obsolete.
westacular
6th Jun, 2005 11:56 (UTC)
A smoke-test becomes somewhat moot when you intentionally burn things... But then we wouldn't have so much fun mixing metaphors.

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