making unstable the default
I have added the path for Debian/testing to my sources.list to downgrade some
packages, but now there are some problems doing apt-get upgrade. Could someone
please tell me which file contains the configuration, to determine the default
distro (stable/testing/unstable) for downloading and installing packages via
apt? I saw this on the list once, but could not find it in archives.
I have entered: APT::Default-Release "unstable"; into /etc/apt/apt.conf
But I still get problems considering dependancies whenever I would like to
upgrade/update a package.
Could someone please tell me what do I have to do, to be able to install
packages via apt-get install packagename/releasename, but still be able to
install them the normal way (apt-get install packagename - the default release).
THX in advance!
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