velroij at gmail.com
Sun Oct 4 09:24:41 UTC 2009
I post how I want, your not one to decide for me, its my mail account not
yours, and gmail always top post go hide behind your pc if you don´t like
what I say
2009/10/4 Derek Broughton <derek at pointerstop.ca>
> Wesley Velroij wrote:
> Please learn to play nice with others:
> 1) don't top-post
> 2) quote appropriately
> > I wasnt talking about hold option
> Yes, actually, you were. What you suggested he do with synaptic (not a KDE
> package) results in a "dpkg" hold.
> But in any case, nothing you quoted below would give another reader a clue
> what you're talking about.
> The previous poster suggested using KPackage to "hold" a package. Donn
> he couldn't find that option. _IF_, as you suggested, he really meant
> kpackagekit, I agree with Donn - there is no such option. If he really did
> mean kpackage, there should be (at least there was last time I looked).
> > 2009/10/4 Derek Broughton <derek at pointerstop.ca>
> >> Wesley Velroij wrote:
> >> > I think its not named kpackage but kpackagekit orso, anyway the
> >> > package manager in karmic kubuntu
> >> You're right that kpackagekit (or some variant of that name) is the
> >> default
> >> package manager in karmic. However, KPackage is another, older, and
> >> still existing package manager (kpackage-kde4 is the package) - which
> >> might perhaps give the option to "Hold" packages, because kpackagekit
> >> sure doesn't
> >> seem to.
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