Re: Upgrading Lenny to Squeeze
On Fri, Sep 24, 2010 at 8:23 AM, Paulo Diovani <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hi, people. Yesterday I started to upgrade my Debian installation (on na
> Acer Aspire) to Squeeze, but things gone really bad.
> I did na aptitude full-upgrade and after download finished (about 2GB) dpkg
> accused a loto f missed dependencies and warns me of the risk of upgrading
> udev without upgrading the kernel first. I was not planning to upgrade my
> kernel, but as it’s need i’ll do that, but now, for every install command
> apt tries to install all the packages it should upgrade (what does not
> Some packages was already unninstalled (includding aptitude), but seens that
> no one was installed yet.
> I don’t remember how to make apt forget what packages it should install.
> Can someone tell me how to make apt forgets the upgrade list for now, Just
> to allow me to install a new kernel and aptitude again, for later upgrade?
apt-get install aptitude
under aptitude mark a single package with a capital I, and it will be
the only package (along with its dependencies) that is installed.