On Thu, May 15, 2003 at 10:08:03AM -0400, Theodore Ts'o wrote: > On Wed, May 14, 2003 at 05:37:51PM -0700, Keegan Quinn wrote: > > > > Sure, every now and then a badly-broken package makes it in for a > > day or two. This seems to be far less harmful than the massive > > headache that treating 'testing' as a usable release seems to be > > causing. > > Something that would make unstable much more useful is if dpkg had a > reliable "undo" capability. It's.... unpleasant.... when you update a > broken package, and large number of packages break, and you can't > necessarily find a copy of the older, non-broken version of the > package to re-install. If you're not a developer, you don't have > access to archives, sure you do. snapshot.debian.net -- Debian GNU/Linux -- http://www.debian.org Nederlandstalige Linux-documentatie -- http://nl.linux.org "An expert can usually spot the difference between a fake charge and a full one, but there are plenty of dead experts." -- National Geographic Channel, in a documentary about large African beasts.
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