velroij at gmail.com
Sat Oct 3 12:35:16 UTC 2009
It can be done also on my way, but if you wanna save bandwith just update
once in awhile ( When your developement )
2009/10/3 Willy K. Hamra <w.hamra1987 at gmail.com>
> Donn wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I want to prevent openoffice from upgrading. Frankly, I rarely use it and
> > want to chew 92mb of my bandwidth. I am dimly aware that there is a
> > called 'pinning' -- is that a way I can tell aptitude to ignore this
> > Here's the stuff it want to upgrade:
> > The following packages will be upgraded:
> > libsmbclient libwbclient0 openoffice.org-base-core openoffice.org-calc
> > openoffice.org-common openoffice.org-core
> > openoffice.org-draw openoffice.org-emailmerge openoffice.org-gnome
> > gtk openoffice.org-impress
> > openoffice.org-java-common openoffice.org-kde openoffice.org-math
> > style-crystal openoffice.org-style-human
> > openoffice.org-writer python-uno samba-common smbclient ttf-opensymbol
> > libs3 ure winbind
> > 24 packages upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded.
> > Need to get 91.9MB of archives. After unpacking 20.5kB will be used.
> > So, how can I put all that aside and let other updates continue normally?
> > Just to clarify, I want to wipe and reinstall Karmik when it comes out
> (32 bit
> > this time, 64 has been hell) so I don't really care about openoffice
> right now.
> > \d
> Donn, it can be done, and not very hard. all you need to know about
> pinning is here:
> Willy K. Hamra
> Manager of Hamra Information Systems
> Co. Manager of Zeina Computer & Billy Net
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