Re: Newbie to SID: How to install the previous version of a package ? - Ok
Quoting Roberto Sanchez <email@example.com>:
> Sylvain Vedrenne wrote:
> > Hello,
> > How to install the previous version of a package ?
> > Example:
> > I want to install gnome-session,
> > apt-get install gnome-session complains that there is a grave bug in
> > desktop-base version 0.3.13 - see below details from Debian-BTS. So I
> > to install later...
> > - Is it possible to install gnome-session using the previous version of
> > desktop-base: version 0.3.12 ?
> > - How to do that ?
> > - Is it safe (as far as it can be in Sid) ?
> apt-get install package=<version>
I finally found this on a debian web site yesterday night, but where to find the
previous package? => You're answering this also below :-)
> That should do the trick, assuming the requested version is still in
> the archive. Also, check out snapshot.debian.net.
> -Roberto Sanchez
I'll check this. Thanks for your help!
You guys have a very nice time.