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Thank you for your answer. I've found the following solution with pinning of apt and set priority's. Apt Pinning (ubuntuusers.de)


You can hold back a specific package so that it will never get upgraded automatically, neither through the official repositories, nor through your personal PPAs or whatever source. The command is simple, just replace PACKAGE_NAME with the package name you want to hold back. You can also enter a space-separated list of packages: sudo apt-mark hold ...

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