Newbie question: Upgrading Debian for the first time.
Happy new year everyone!
I'm trying to upgrade my debian for the first time. I have read the apt-get online tutorial on the debian site, but still not sure I got it all right...
My original installation was Woody 3.0r0 with Kernel 2.2.20;
As a friend recommended, I am trying to upgrade to the testing flavour.
In my sources.list, I have changed all the instances of stable to testing;
# apt-get update
And in these very moments I'm running:
My questions are:
1) What Kernel-image is going to be installed?
2) Suppose I want to use kernel-image-2.4.22-1-686, what should I do?
3) is vmlinuz going to change as well? (I need it for my boot loader).
4) netselect-apt has remove all instances of security.debian.org from sources.list, is this normal? Should I add them manually?
Thanks in advance.