Re: how to put packages on hold -- permanently
Did you consider using aptitude as your main package manager?? It will solve
these problems easily. I just hold packages that I need to be hold and
aptitude works great.
I dont understand why so many people today use pure apt-get for everyday
Dne Út 29. prosince 2009 23:21:51 Lukas Ruf napsal(a):
> Dear all
> Some packges, for example nano, tasksel, aptitude or
> texlive-pstricks-doc, I do not want to have installed.
> However, when I set them on hold by
> echo nano hold | dpkg --set-selections
> echo tasksel hold | dpkg --set-selections
> echo aptitude hold | dpkg --set-selections
> echo texlive-pstricks-doc hold | dpkg --set-selections
> the hold-settings are ignored by dselect or by apt-get.
> Is there anywhere a setting that I can make dselect and apt-get obey
> to my hold-settings permanently?