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Is there a way to disable per-package updates? I love Clementine, but the 1.1 version removed a crucial feature. I'd like to stick with the 1.0 version installed via a downloaded .deb package.

Can I somehow disable updates for it, or do I have to check the update manager every time? The updated version is in the base sources of Ubuntu, so I can't just remove a PPA.

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marked as duplicate by mreq, Florian Diesch, Raja, hhlp, vasa1 Feb 26 '13 at 8:59

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Found a duplicate (was using other words): askubuntu.com/a/18656/44099 Still leave it there though, so that it's easier to find. –  mreq Feb 26 '13 at 8:03
let's wait for some answers and migrate afterwards –  don.joey Feb 26 '13 at 8:16

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You can always run your updates and select what to install or what not. So when you see an update for Clementine simply deselect the update in the update-manager, and you'll come out fine.

The downside is that you'll have to deselect it each time you run your updates.

This is the easiest way.

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I exactly stated or do I have to check the update manager every time?. But found a better way, see the comments. –  mreq Feb 26 '13 at 8:14

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