Sonsum wrote:I always get my Iceweasel (the same as FF) from the experimental repo using apt-pinning.
I get my iceweasel from
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deb http://mozilla.debian.net/ squeeze-backports iceweasel-release
What's the advantage to getting iceweasel "from the experimental repo using apt-pinning"?
Sonsum wrote:I believe that LMDE is a better solution than a rolling release - due to the better stability. With the right apt-pinning, it can be as up-to-date as you want, yet you don't have to worry about updates borking your machine (as much anyways).
I've been meaning to learn about apt-pinning: what's a howto for newbies? (as in, someone who knows enough about apt-get/aptitude and sources.list to cope with LMDE, but has never apt-pinned)