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I want to upgrade a package to a specified version on Ubuntu, can you please shed some light?
I know we can do it with but jere i want to upgrade the package to a specified version.
Can someone please assist?
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Discussion started by: prash358
2. Red Hat
While installation of RHEL, By mistake I have selected "Customize Later". RHEL has installed with basic software. NOw I need to install the other package which is available in DVD, How Can I get the same package selection window to install the software ? (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: atul9806
Im about to upgrade 6 solaris 10u7 x86 servers with live upgrade.
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i try to install quilt package on ubuntu 10.10 :
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Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information... Done
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In SUSE linux, it looks like that I can update the package using YAST or install the package from source. So, which way works better? Also, if i install the package of new version. Do i need to remove/delete the old version package, or I just need to change my environments and keep the old... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: jianma
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Hi, this is my first post :) I've actually gained alot of help from this forum without even needing to sign up so that's pretty cool :cool:
Ok I have a complete dilema and no idea even where this post belongs but I'm guessing this is the right place!
I am currently switching my user machines... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: Johnny SSH
when i do a swlist on my HP-UX machine it displays the software packages ..How do i know whether those packages are licensed or freeware
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Discussion started by: vasanthan
maybe one of you knows the software package tool during the installation of solaris 10. You are able to choose an installtion and customize it with pressing F4 ....
a very nice list occurs where you can select packages like apache, ssh and so on ...
Is it possible to start this... (0 Replies)
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When i install SSH on AIX 5.1 I get the following message
A prerequisite package has not been installed. Open SSH
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Open SSL from the AIX Toolbox for Linux CD or Toolbox website:
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Discussion started by: janr
PULL-DEBIAN-DEBDIFF(1) General Commands Manual PULL-DEBIAN-DEBDIFF(1)
pull-debian-debdiff - find, download, and generate a debdiff
pull-debian-debdiff [options] <package> <version> [distance]
pull-debian-debdiff attempts to find and download a specific version of a Debian package and its immediate parent to generate a debdiff.
The source package to download and diff.
The most recent of the two versions you want to diff.
If specified (default 1), the debdiff is against that many versions previous.
Display the usage instructions and exit.
Simply download the specified version and exit.
-d DEBIAN_MIRROR, --debian-mirror=DEBIAN_MIRROR
Use the specified mirror. Should be in the form http://ftp.debian.org/debian. If the package isn't found on this mirror,
pull-debian-source will fall back to the default mirror.
-s DEBSEC_MIRROR, --debsec-mirror=DEBSEC_MIRROR
Use the specified Debian security mirror. Should be in the form http://security.debian.org. If the package isn't found on this
mirror, pull-debian-source will fall back to the default mirror.
Do not read any configuration files, or configuration from environment variables.
All of the CONFIGURATION VARIABLES below are also supported as environment variables. Variables in the environment take precedence to
those in configuration files.
The following variables can be set in the environment or in ubuntu-dev-tools(5) configuration files. In each case, the script-specific
variable takes precedence over the package-wide variable.
The default value for --debian-mirror.
The default value for --debsec-mirror.
debdiff(1), dget(1), pull-debian-source(1), ubuntu-dev-tools(5)
pull-debian-debdiff was written by Stefano Rivera <firstname.lastname@example.org>, a clone of a tool by Kees Cook <email@example.com>.
This manual page was written by Stefano Rivera, based on the original by Andrew Starr-Bochicchio <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
ubuntu-dev-tools December 2010 PULL-DEBIAN-DEBDIFF(1)