crunchbawks wrote:Thanks, apparently #! is indeed on the Stable branch. I loaded the live session to find out. For some reason I had the impression it was on Testing. Perhaps not.Would you recommend changing from Stable to Testing?If you have not yet installed #!, there are several other distros that are based on Debian Testing (or sid) that might better fit your needs. Upgrading #!
Again I'm thinking about ditching Ubuntu for Debian as a base system. Out of experience I thought I'd ask questions before actually doing so :P1. Which branch is best to use? Stable, testing (squeeze?) or unstable (sid?)2.
hi,yap, this is my first time with debian, so i'm a little lost here.i found my sources.list a little too much empty :Phow can i learn a little about debian repos, in relation to #!, what's good to do, and what it's not, and so on?