Hello, On šeštadienis 10 Balandis 2010 21:25:04 Diederik de Haas wrote: > I would also like to know if it's possible to only pin the kde packages > from experimental. No unless you want to list all KDE SC 4.4 binary packages in /etc/apt/preferences (one entry for each package, 400+ in total). > I'm trying to create a KDE 4.4.2 LiveCD with live-helper. During the > creation process a chroot environment is created where all the packages > are installed. In that chroot I have the testing, sid and experimental > sources configured. But with the above preferences file the kde packages > from testing are installed, since testing/sid have a priority of 500 and > experimental 101. Changing the Pin-Priority to 501 makes the chroot fail, > since aptitude removes aptitude at some point due to dependency issues. Never pin whole experimental higher than unstable. > (like Michael Schuerig mentioned, it tries to upgrade the whole system to > experimental) Probably important to note is that during that stage when > issues arrive, the 1st proposed solution is always used, since it's not an > interactive stage. Therefore you should tweak aptitude in such a way that the first solution would be the one you want. > Live-helper also supports an interactive stage, which creates the chroot, > installs the packages and then you're given a command line at which you > can do things interactively. Doing a full-upgrade in interactive mode, I > get a whole bunch of solutions, each of them include removing kde-minimal, > thus removing all kde related packages. In order to upgrade existing KDE 4.3.4 installation, something like this should work (untested): # aptitude -t experimental install '?maintainer(Debian Qt/KDE Maintainers)~Aexperimental~i' or (a safer version): # aptitude -o 'Aptitude::ProblemResolver::Hints::experimental=approve ~Aexperimental' install '?maintainer(Debian Qt/KDE Maintainers)~Aexperimental~i'/experimental For new installations: # aptitude -t experimental install kde-standard or (safer version): # aptitude -o 'Aptitude::ProblemResolver::Hints::experimental=approve ~Aexperimental' install kde-standard/experimental You should not run into much troube unless there are packages with unresolvable dependencies installed. > Conclusion: I'm not able create a KDE 4.4.2 LiveCD at this point :-/ It has never been easy to deal with experimental because it is a dumping ground for lots stuff and typically only want a couple of packages. -- Modestas Vainius <email@example.com>
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