Dr.m0x wrote:There are a few things you may find helpful when running a rolling distro. One is to always backup your apt cache for the event something breaks and you have to roll back to the previous version. Once a package rolls down from sid the old version is gone from the repos. The other is to learn what chroot is and how to use it. By doing chroot into a broken system you can almost always roll back and repair a system which has been broken by an update. These kind of breakages are rare but they can happen. If you are prepared you need not panic.
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monkeytennis wrote:Sounds like a very good idea. Do these let me back up to an external bootable drive and in case of everything breaking reinstall from that? Also have many wheezy updates started appearing?
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