On Sunday 11 April 2010 18.41:06 Modestas Vainius wrote: > Hello, > > On sekmadienis 11 Balandis 2010 19:09:08 Adrian von Bidder wrote: > > On Saturday 10 April 2010 16.04:02 Modestas Vainius wrote: > > > Hello, > > > > > > On šeštadienis 10 Balandis 2010 16:38:38 Michael Schuerig wrote: > > > > However, doing the same with -t experimental updates the entire > > > > system to experimental, which is presumably not what most people > > > > want. Is there a way to only upgrade KDE-related packages from > > > > experimental? > > > > > > Bump priority of experimental to 101 (/etc/apt/preferences): > > > > > > Package: * > > > Pin: release a=experimental > > > Pin-Priority: 101 > > > > > > and do a normal dist-upgrade: > > > > > > # aptitude dist-upgrade > > > > ... which does exactly what Michael wants to avoid. > > No, it does exactly what Michael wants (citing apt_preferences(5)): > > 100 < P <=500 > causes a version to be installed unless there is a version > available belonging to some other distribution or the installed > version is more recent ... for all of experimental. I understood Michael that he was looking for a way to only set this for KDE related packages. cheers -- vbi -- Kallisti!
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