Commit 6acca82d authored by Guido Gunther's avatar Guido Gunther

Merge branch 'images' into 'master'

Updates to "System Images" page

See merge request !403
parents 68f4f6eb 15f49af1
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......@@ -17,7 +17,7 @@ This describes the GNU/Linux distribution used for the image, and especially the
* ``buster+ci``: Debian Buster plus packages of our software that is built on commit. This contains the most recent changes and can break at any time.
* ``amber-phone-staging``: PureOS ``amber`` plus packages of releases of our software. This is mostly useful for testing newly built packages before they become available in the ``amber-phone`` distribution.
* ``amber-phone``: PureOS ``amber`` plus packages of our software that waited 3 days in ``amber-phone-staging`` and that have all dependencies fulfilled in ``amber-phone``. This is expected to contain more mature, robust software.
* ``amber-phone``: PureOS ``amber`` plus packages of our software that waited 6 days in ``amber-phone-staging`` and that have all dependencies fulfilled in ``amber-phone``. This is expected to contain more mature, robust software.
Bugs in ``amber-phone`` and in ``amber-phone-staging`` should be marked as found in the respective releases:
......@@ -45,6 +45,6 @@ This indicates the stability of the kernel used in the image:
* ``legacy``: an old kernel, kept around to diagnose regressions
* ``plain``: the plain kernel from the Debian/PureOS archive
Generally, users looking for a stable experience should use images with ``current`` kernels. Those looking to fix problems with the kernel itself will probably use images with ``next`` kernels.
Generally, users looking for a stable experience should use images with ``plain`` or ``current`` kernels. Those looking to fix problems with the kernel itself will probably use images with ``next`` kernels.
.. include:: /links.txt
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