Re: apt-get dist-upgrade uninstalled most of KDE
On Wed, Aug 16, 2017 at 11:55:59PM +0200, Martin Steigerwald wrote:
> Martin Steigerwald - 16.08.17, 23:43:
> > There is no automatic way to undo the action. I suggest you install again
> > by using metapackages like
> > - plasma-desktop
> > - kde-standard
> > - kde-full
> > depending on the amount of packages you want to have installed.
> > And then add any additional packages you want to have again.
> I missed that this wouldn´t fix current KDE/Plasma packages not fitting yet to
> Qt 5.9.1.
> So I suggest you switch to Debian testing temporarily.
> Then either aptitude install one of above meta packages will over a nice
> solution that will downgrade Qt packages to 5.7.1 again… or you need to
> manually do that by something along the lines of
> apt/aptitude install package=versionnummer
This should help:
.--==[ /etc/apt/preferences ]
Pin: release a=testing
This is the most automated way to undo the mess I know of.
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