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How to install Woody right now? Contributed by schaefer on Monday, October 29 @ 07:12:22 GMT
I am currently running a wild mixture of potato, woody and sid on my production server, but since the machine is going to be shipped to me because of a hardware failure I thought I could do a clean install then and have no more trouble and finger-crossing with upgrades.
DanielS: A rough run-through is included.
So I wonder what is the best way to install Debian Woody (though it´s not out yet) on a production server in a way that the upgrade process sticks to woody (and finally reaches the to-be-released version) while still giving me access to a new bleeding-edge MySQL version or whatever, when I need it.
This might be a dumb question for all you apt wizards, but maybe one that is of interest to many people.
DanielS: Get the latest woody boot-floppies (/debian/dists/woody/main/disks-i386/current), and install woody. Have lines for testing and unstable in your sources.list, and then a line like this in your apt.conf:
Now, you will always track testing by default, but you can type apt-get install -t unstable mysql-server, or whatever.