Is it still necessary for me to set a target release? How do I do this?
Quoting Chris Bannister <email@example.com>:
On Mon, Feb 22, 2010 at 02:06:52PM +0100, Stuckey wrote:
Thanks for the replies.
So I've edited /etc/apt/preferences such:
stuckey@debian:~$ cat /etc/apt/preferences
Pin: origin www.debian-multimedia.org
And now, when I do "apt-cache policy mplayer" I get:
debian:/home/stuckey# apt-cache policy mplayer
200 http://www.debian-multimedia.org sid/main Packages
500 http://ftp.de.debian.org unstable/main Packages
I assume that means that when I just removed it, and then
reinstalled it, that it took it from ftp.de.debian.org.
So with such a configuration, how can I tel it that I want to
install mplayer from debian-multimedia?
apt-get install -t debian-multimedia mplayer
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