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You will need to "Pin" the package to the version you want. See the official Pinning Howto.


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As per the output of apt-cache policy gnome-terminal you have installed gnome-terminal 3.10 via PPA and gnome-terminal 3.6 is still available at the main repository. So do downgrade from 3.10 to 3.6 run the following command: sudo apt-get install gnome-terminal=3.6.2-0ubuntu1 Here is another method that involves removing the PPA: sudo apt-get install ...


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What you should do is: Save / Finish Up Whatever you're doing in the GUI (LightDM/Unity). Go to a TTY Session (CTRL+ALT+F1). Login with your username and password. Stop LightDM. Downgrade Gnome Terminal Start LightDM. I'll start from step 4. Step 4: Stop LightDM To stop lightdm, enter the following command: sudo service lightdm stop Step 5: ...


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I was able to install the package by installing some lucid packages (this and this) after removing the 0.8.1 version.


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Ok, you should remove the v0.81 package,then you can install v0.62 package. To remove v0.81package. Using apt-get remove SuperTuxKart. To install v0.62 package, you can run apt-get install SuperTuxKart=0.62. If your package is deb package,you should run dpkg -i packagename. Good luck!


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you can use both php versions parallel using fastcgi. http://www.jabommi.de/wiki/downgrade-php-5-5-to-5-3-ubuntu-14-with-multiple-php-versions/


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you can install both php versions parallel e.g. PHP 5.5x and 5.3x or even three PHP versions parallel e.g. PHP 5.5x , 5.4x and 5.3x using fastcgi. Just follow these instructions: http://www.jabommi.de/wiki/downgrade-php-5-5-to-5-3-ubuntu-14-with-multiple-php-versions/ The tutorial is based on Ubuntu 14.


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You can install both php versions parallel e.g. PHP 5.5x and 5.3x or even three PHP versions parallel e.g. PHP 5.5x , 5.4x and 5.3x using fastcgi. 1. Install Libs, fastCGI, git sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install build-essential sudo apt-get install libxml2 libxml2-dev libssl-dev sudo apt-get install libcurl4-openssl-dev pkg-config sudo apt-get ...



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