Re: In Squeeze replacing python version 2.6.6-13~bpo60+1 with version 2.6.6-3+squeeze7
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On 2014-04-23 11:08, Lisi Reisz wrote:
> And you've no doubt done this.
I had already tried both your suggestions and found nothing. The only
place I found anything was hplipopensource.com. When I tried to
install the necessary I ran into the problem described in my original
What I do find strange is that I managed to install two packages from
squeeze-backports which are no longer in squeeze-backports.
Consequently the procedure followed by hplipopensource.com for the
printer is looking for the versions of those two packages in squeeze
only and will not let me proceed until I install them.
Because the packages from squeeze-backports have higher version
numbers than their squeeze only equivalents neither apt-get nor
aptitude will let me downgrade only those two packages; both insist on
removing most of the packages for my desktop -- kde-trinity. Andrei's
proposed solution requires use of dpkg, which is the back end for both
apt-get and aptitude and if used with the appropriate options will do
what I want to do.
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