Re: Lenny backport of APT to get round "too many packages" problem ?
* Nick Leverton <firstname.lastname@example.org> [2011-04-22 14:31:48 CEST]:
> For my systems which are still running Lenny, it's becoming quite a
> problem that apt 0.7 only handles 16-bit count of package versions. For
> instance with Lenny, lenny-volatile, lenny-backports, debian-multimedia
> and my private repo, APT now barfs as soon as I add in the main squeeze
> and squeeze-updates repositories (I want them so as to have squeeze
> packages available and reduce the number of backported dependencies).
Rather replace the lenny and lenny-volatile lines with squeeze and
squeeze-updates (and lenny-backports with squeeze-backports) and do the
upgrade. Mixing of releases like that shouldn't be done, and actually
I'm not convinced that this is really a good reasoning for doing the apt
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