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Re: no HighColor widget style with qt3.0.5

On Tuesday 06 August 2002 11:54, Alex wrote:
> On Tuesday 06 August 2002 11:24, Linus Gasser wrote:
> > Hi,
> > from a debian-newbie: how do you downgrade cleanly?
> to get a package from a specific release use:
> apt-get install package/release
> eg:
> apt-get install libqt3/testing
> to get a package with a specific version number:
> apt-get install package=version
> eg:
> apt-get install libqt3=2:3.0.4-2
> if a downloaded package is still in
> /var/cache/apt/archives
> then you can install it with
> dpkg -i --force-downgrade package_version_arch.deb
> eg:
> dpkg -i --force-downgrade libqt3_3.0.4-2_i386.deb
> hope this helps,

yes, it helps. Thanx very much. I did some apt-get orgie, like

# apt-get install libqt3=2:3.0.4-2 libqt3-mt=2:3.0.4-2
# apt-get install libqt3-dev=2:3.0.4-2 libqt3-mt-dev=2:3.0.4-2 \ 
  libqxt0=2:3.0.4-2 qt3-tools=2:3.0.4-2 libpng3=1.2.1-1.1.woody.2

and then I had to dpkg-buildpackage -b on my kdevelop-tree again. Luckily 
there is the -nc switch, so I didn't have to recompile kdevelop! Is there 
some HOWTO on doing one's own packet-server, so that I can have like

deb file://var/local/debian ./

in my sources.list ? I didn't find anything in the man-pages...

thanks again,


PS: Vanity, vanity, but I have the good-ole mosfet-liquid back!

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