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Re: modules 2.0.0-14

On Sun, 1 Dec 1996, Paul Seelig wrote:

> On Sun, 1 Dec 1996, Martin Konold wrote:
> > This leads to the question how to downgrade with dselect?
> > 
> Why not use dpkg for this uncommon job?

Thanks for the tip to you and Bruce.
Actually I do not think that this is a so much uncommon job.
Not every new version of a package is flawless.
So there are cases where you wish to downgrade, file a bug report and wait
for the next debian version of the package.

I might be a good idea to have this possibility from within dselect.
dselect's version management is really advanced...

-- martin

// Martin Konold, Muenzgasse 7, 72070 Tuebingen, Germany  // 
// Email: konold@tat.physik.uni-tuebingen.de              // 
       Linux - because reboots are for hardware upgrades 
       -- Edwin Huffstutler <ehuff@sedona.intel.com> -- 

   Just go ahead and write your own multitasking multiuser os !
                 Worked for me all the times.
                     -- Linus Torvalds --

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