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Re: [trinity-users] backpedal to r14.0.0

From: Greg Madden <gomadtroll@...>
Date: Sun, 28 Dec 2014 12:19:37 -0900
On Sunday 28 December 2014 10:33:39 am you wrote:
> On Sun, 28 Dec 2014, Slávek Banko wrote:
> > On Sunday 28 of December 2014 10:19:06 Felmon Davis wrote:
> >> folks,
> >>
> >> I just noticed I'm up to r14.0.1 [development] on one of my laptops;
> >> what is the best way to downgrade to r14.0.0?
> >>
> >> F.
> >
> > ExeGNU/Linux uses an alternative apt source 'preliminary-stable-builds'.
> > For the recent information about this apt source see
> > http://bugs.trinitydesktop.org/showdependencytree.cgi?id=2246
> >
> > As you rightly ascertained, the first packages for the upcoming R14.0.1
> > are beginning to appear. If you're wondering what was fixed - see bug
> > 2246: http://bugs.trinitydesktop.org/showdependencytree.cgi?id=2246
> >
> > If you want to go back to R14.0.0 use the following procedure:
>
> thank you but I'll hold off for now to see if I can fix my problems.
> btw I ran the first command below (but inserted '-s' before 'install'
> and got an error about not being able to find that package.
>
> F.

To fix installs, add 'apt-get -f install' to your tool box. Another 
tool, 'apt-cache search apt-trinity-archive' or any string of text, will let 
you know whats available and what the actual package name is.

> > 1) run aptitude install apt-trinity-archive
> > 2) give into remarks apt source mirrors.xcer.cz/trinity-sb
> > 3) start aptitude and limit the display to "~i-trinity~V14.0.1"
> > 4) for all displayed packages manually select the version 14.0.0 - when
> > choosing do not let to distractions that aptitude will report a broken
> > dependencies - all will be fine, until all the packages will be selected
> > for degradation.



-- 
Peace,

Greg