Discussion in 'Linux' started by GOD666, Dec 15, 2017.
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If bleeding edge software is more to your liking, you can always upgrade to Debian Sid. In which case, you're already using Alpha 2 and perhaps newer. Upgrading to Sid is easy: https://forums.mydigitallife.net/threads/debian-9-1-released.74768/#post-1359814 If you so desire, you can even have the latest Linux kernel too. https://forums.mydigitallife.net/threads/debian-9-1-released.74768/#post-1359904
I thought debian warned against making frankedeb , I have tried Sid before but it totally broke my system, I think that was down to my hardware configuration as linux doesnt play well with nvidia unfortunately. Looking foward to deb 10 though.
I have been using Debian Sid for over 2 years with a Nvidia card without issue. I actually find it more stable than Debian Testing. I suspect it is because Sid is usually the untouched packages by developers before the added tweaks or customization is added by Debian, themselves.