What goes in sources.list now that wheezy is out of testing?

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What goes in sources.list now that wheezy is out of testing?

Postby Mack M on Tue May 14, 2013 12:57 pm

Hello everyone,

I'm having trouble understanding which repositories to use. I installed LMDE cinnamon and spent some time configuring and testing and have now decided that this is the Linux for me, and now I want to duplicate the system software on 5 other machines.

When I installed everything, wheezy was testing and now wheezy has been moved to stable, at least that is what I read about. This confuses me to no end. What repos should I have in /etc/apt/sources.list to keep synaptic pointing to the same software versions I installed before wheezy was moved to stable? Do I need to change anything?

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Re: What goes in sources.list now that wheezy is out of test

Postby xenopeek on Tue May 14, 2013 1:00 pm

Moved to LMDE forum. LMDE has its own repositories, so you need not make any changes. Upgrades from Jessie (the next Debian testing repository) will be imported in due time into the LMDE repositories.
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