martin at sourceguru.net
Thu Jun 9 09:20:53 UTC 2005
It installs both if i remember correctly.... Well - everything works
perfectly fine... the gcc update is ONLY used for the firefox update :D
Gary Jarrel wrote:
> I've recently enabled backports to install & evaluate NVU (recent
> thread) in doing so, the system appears to have a numebr of new
> updates that can be installed which were not otherwise available.
> My understading is that backports are entirely un-supported. So if I
> install for example gcc-4.0-base from the backports repository which
> would in effect remove gcc-3.5-base due to the conflict (keeping in
> mind that gcc-3.5-base is supported), does that mean that any further
> update made to main or restricted repositories for the gcc-x.x-base
> package will not appear in the "upgrade" list (say if I wanted to
> revert back to the supported package).
> I've also noticed on the backports page, the add for package testers,
> how would one get involved?
> Thanks for the help!
> - Gary
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