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accepted How to prevent PPA to upgrade all packages instead of desired one
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comment How to prevent PPA to upgrade all packages instead of desired one
edited. 14.04.1.
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revised How to prevent PPA to upgrade all packages instead of desired one
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comment How to prevent PPA to upgrade all packages instead of desired one
if you showed the actual config, it would have solved my problem.
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comment How to prevent PPA to upgrade all packages instead of desired one
There we go. That will point me in the right direction I guess, thanks.
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comment How to prevent PPA to upgrade all packages instead of desired one
Right, but the PPA has many packages. I want to use the PPA for Geary, but not for Shotwell.
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comment How to prevent PPA to upgrade all packages instead of desired one
Yep, that works for installing. However, when you next did a update && upgrade, it would've tried to upgrade to the newer version from the repository you didn't want. Installing is fine, I want Ubuntu to only update from a particular repository for a particular package.
Oct
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answered How to remove the panel in the left side (the “starter”)?
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asked How to prevent PPA to upgrade all packages instead of desired one
Jun
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comment How Do I Open Fixed Window In Firefox?
Your answer shows exactly what I am after, thanks. I'll give it a shot in a bit.
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asked How Do I Open Fixed Window In Firefox?
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answered Is there a plugin for Rhythmbox to exit on close?
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answered How can I get involved in the Ubuntu Ayatana team?
Mar
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comment How to stop battery from overcharging?
It should do this automatically as long as the board is properly reporting the status. Does it not do this?
Mar
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accepted Populate Contacts With CardDAV
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awarded  Notable Question
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answered Install Ubuntu on new computer build
Feb
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comment Rename the extension of many files
@user253334 make sure you edit the code where it says /path/to/files with your folder name.
Feb
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comment Installing Ubuntu with Unity but without the “Big Brother” add-ons and prebundled app cruft
Try Linux Mint. Not exactly as "Mac-like", but definitely less fuss.
Feb
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answered Rename the extension of many files