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.
The last time I've used debian was in the early 2000s. I've just downloaded and install debian 7.3. In the early days of debian, they had testing, unstable and stable. What category is debian 7.3 in those three stages I mentioned?
My second question is why doesn't debian have firefox?
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?