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Old 04-09-2007, 06:57 AM   #1
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Last week Debian Testing is still ETCH or lenny already??

I'd like to know if people who has downloaded Debian last week, has made the security updates, has installed Debian Testing ETCH or DEbian testing Lenny?

I ask because now ETCH is stable, so what are the differences between last week testing and this week testing?

I believe that Debian STABLE IS NOT the Debian testing of last week, but probablely Debian Testing of MANY WEEKS AGO (maybe months). Am I right?
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Read the various threads on this forum and the Debian site. Etch is now stable. Lenny is now Testing. I have closed this thread because it will just duplicate everything that's already out there.

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