On Fri, Jun 01, 2001 at 01:22:22AM -0500, Wayne Sitton wrote: >I originally was running Debian stable. Runing a php4 website. Because of >another project, I had to upgrade to woody. The problem is, The apache >vesion in woody, does not work with php4. So I want to downgrade my version >of apache. if I uninstall the woody version of apache, then download the >deb of apache from stable, how do I put a hold on it, so apt/dselect do not >try to upgrade it when I load packsges? Hi... I had the same problem, so I downloaded the php- package from sid an builded it on my woody box. It' s quite easy, only apt-get -b source php4, and it works fine for me! HTH Jan -- One time, you all will be emulated by linux! ---- Jan- Hendrik Palic Url:"http://www.billgotchy.de" E-Mail: "firstname.lastname@example.org"
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