Bug#204780: /usr/bin/apt-get: --no-upgrade should apply to more than just install
On Sun, Aug 10, 2003 at 04:52:14PM +0800, Dan Jacobson wrote:
> M> You may have noticed that when you used reportbug to submit this bug report,
> M> the program asked you whether it was OK to include a copy of apt's
> M> configuration files. It defaults to yes. Why did you refuse?
> Sorry, I thought my mostly default setup would make my reports even
> more wasteful.
So is it true that you have no /etc/apt/preferences and were not using
pinning of any kind when this happened?
> M> If you can still reproduce this bug on your system, send the output of:
> Unfortunately I already removed all 7 of them. Idea: If you can't reproduce
> the bug, then try installing all the relevant packages but no later versions
> than last week's, and do apt-get update.
I run unstable, updated almost every day, and I can't go back in time. If
this happens again, you know what information to send now.