I'm getting a little confused now. I've been running LMDE on a test machine for a few months now. With the exception of a small video problem after an earlier update and Giver not working correctly, it has been running flawlessly. Now, after reading all of these posts of what to do and when to do it when Squeeze goes stable, I'm sorta lost. What happens to MY LMDE if I do nothing except continue to install all of the updates (1 through 5) in MintUpdate? Currently I have the following items checked in Software Sources:
Unstable packages (romeo)
Debian testing (Officially supported)
security.debian.org/testing/updates (main conrib non-free)http://www.debian-multimedia.org
testing (main non-free)
If I leave these items alone, will my system roll over to the next testing version of Debian? (With the minty flavor I now enjoy) Or, will it turn my system to Squeeze Stable and just receive security updates and such until Squeeze is no long supported?
Also, with my current list of software sources, does anyone see a conflict that may break my system if indeed my system will roll over to the next version?
Sorry for the confusion, but I've read so many posts now on this subject that I'm not sure what I should do when Squeeze goes stable, if anything. My goal would to have it rollover to the next version without too much breakage.