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Re: downgrading a package

On Thu, 2002-05-16 at 09:10, Andrew Perrin wrote:
> I've become pretty much convinced that the bug I reported yesterday in
> sane-backends is an upstream bug, so I'm therefore waiting for a fix. In
> the meantime, though, I need to use the scanner! What's the simplest way
> for me to back out of the upgrade and revert to the previous version of a
> package?
> Thanks.

find the old deb.  then do a dpkg --force-downgrade on it.  Or you can
use pining and apt to get the version from testing(if your using

-Peace kid
  Scott Henson	shenson2@wvu.edu

"God's the ultimate playa, so naturally He's going to have some haters,"
rapper Ice Cube said. "But these haters need to realize that  if you
mess with the man upstairs, you will get your ass smote. True dat."

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