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"(2015-03-01)" in your uname --all output is the date of the kernel compilation, probably. Debian will not automatically remove your existing kernels on upgrade. Every release has its own default binary kernels, which all correspond to a single kernel version, but of course are built for different architectures. It is generally a good ideas to use a ...


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Up until a few hours ago testing was effectively jessie, so you should be able to cross-grade without trouble. Simply replace testing with jessie in your /etc/apt/sources.list... If you switched to testing after testing was unfrozen, you'll need to downgrade packages; you can use apt-show-versions to find packages which are from testing rather than from ...



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