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I just installed Ubuntu 12.04.1 because I need the fglrx-legacy driver installed. When I installed Ubuntu 12.04.3 or fully updated 12.04.1, I was unable to install this driver because I found out that they have xorg 1.13. How can I prevent Ubuntu 12.04.1 from updating to 12.04.2 or 12.04.3 while still installing other necessary updates?

I read that Synaptic Package Manager has the ability to lock certain packages, but I have no idea which ones I would have to lock to prevent these updates.

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marked as duplicate by Warren Hill, guntbert, karel, Mitch, qbi Oct 7 '13 at 6:45

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This question has been answered here – MadMike Oct 5 '13 at 23:37

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