On Sun, 28 Dec 2014, Greg Madden wrote: > 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. already sitting in the top drawer of my tool box but doesn't work. > 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. thanks. I know. ain't in there. but many thanks! did apt-cache search archive |grep trinity and caught some potentially useful fish! it lists "trinity-apt-archive" for instance. thanks for prompting this deeper search. F. -- Felmon Davis Please come again.