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In this case: 0 listbugs warnings and 1 (inconsequential for me) listchanges message. Mostly aptitude itself takes care of things. Over the years I've experienced very few problems. My webcam no longer works on skype but I don't use it on skype anyway. (It works fine on all non-M$ owned apps: cheese, xaw-tv, etc.). That's the only thing I've noticed up to now.
Distribution: Debian Testing, Stable, Sid and Manjaro, Mageia 3, LMDE
With the low number of upgraded packages I think they are giving the devs a break.
I think we can wait a couple of days. Don't want to but I think I will make it.
I am just back from my "victim" install. It will have to upgrade to the real testing deal before I upgrade this install. When that happens and it works that poor bugger will be upgraded to Sid to make sure that works at that time too.
My "backup" to this Wheezy (usually testing) install is Sid. Would like to know before upgrading what to expect.
The Debian devs did a really fine job getting Wheezy released and, I guess, deserve a bit of time before jumping back into the frying pan.
I am having trouble waiting though. Impatient Grumpy Geezer.