solydkee-info ?grizzler wrote:No, Testing doesn't have a backports.
Also, Testing's security repo hasn't had anything in it as far back as (at least) September 2005 (judging by the Dutch mirror's time stamp), so you might as well leave that out too. However, it won't cause an error, so keeping it in won't hurt.
If you want to be a 'true' Enthusiast's Edition user, you could install the solydkee-info package (solydxee-info for SolydX users).
Now I'm really curious! What is this?
And, reading once more The new SolydXK – Q+A is this extract still actual?
With "our own repository for the SolydXK specific packages" do we mean the same repository for the HE here?8 Q. Will the “Enthusiast’s Edition” use SolydXK repositories or will they be moved to the Debian Testing repositories?
A. A little bit of both! The “Enthusiast’s Edition” will use our own repository for the SolydXK specific packages and the Debian testing repository that will regularly bring new features.