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View Poll Results: Do you run Debian unstable?
Yes, related to helping the Debian project
Yes, as a desktop system
Yes, as a workstation
Yes, as a server
Yes, on a multi-purpose (combined) system
Multiple Choice Poll. Voters: 36. You may not vote on this poll
I ran unstable for almost 2 years, and twice upgrades went very bad and I had an unbootable system that I couldn't fix. After the 2nd upgrade failure I installed testing and have been very happy ever since. Unstable was great, and I would prefer to use it, but apparently my current wetware version won't permit it...
Running Sid is convenient and so is reloading if it misbehaves, though I've not had to do that.
First Kanotix and then Sidux made it extremely easy to test then install. (The Debian installer works well too, but I don't have a reason to use it.)
If I were running a server then I'd run stable, but for home use Sid's not a problem.
And the system you are building "how you want" .. is it a desktop? a server? a workstation? does it combine any of the above?
I'm not sure what you mean by "I don't even have an entry for testing and I have no problems.". You don't have an entry for testing. Like: "Yes, I run Debian -unstable so that I can test something" or "I run Debian testing"? Because the question of the poll is "Do you run Debian unstable?" and not "Which Debian version do you run?". Also, I fail to see the continuation: "and I have no problems".. you have no problems with what?