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Re: Downgrade question (problem)

On Mon, Dec 23, 2002 at 07:02:54PM +0100, Damir Dezeljin wrote:
> Hi.
> I'm using Debian Woody on my develop machine (I'm planing to switch to
> testing).
> I needed subversion and for this reason I added unstable to
> /etc/apt/sources . Then I execute 'apt-get update' fllowing by
> 'apt-get install libapache2-dav-svn libsvn0 subversion-tools' .
> I make a mistake and press <Enter> prior I read the entire list of
> packages that are going to be updated.
> Later I noticed that also libc and locales were updated. Is there a way to
> roll back the update (deinstall all the unstable stuff and reinstall the
> stable without subversion)?
> Also is there a way to check if files from certain package are unmodified
> and if they are modified how can I reinstall those files (entire package)?

have a loop at http://www.debianplanet.org/. There is a recent thread
about downgrading from unstable to stable. 


> Another question is usage of libc from unstable is a big problem for me on
> my develop machine?
> Regards,
> Dezo
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