Knoppix is a Debian-based Linux live DVD.
I've liked the pre-installed packages in Knoppix so much, that I've installed it to disk. My question is about
In Knoppix, the
sources.list file has MANY repo links, it includes links for stable, testing, unstable and experimental (lenny, squeeze, wheezy, sid...etc), all uncommented.
There's a copy of the sources.list file here: http://ghghgh.us/sources.list
The strange thing is that in the
/etc/apt/apt.conf file, the
default release is wheezy, as it says:
I'm wondering, should I COMMENT OUT or REMOVE all the links in my sources.list file that aren't wheezy/wheezy related? what is the advantage to having so many links (when only one points to sources for the default release?