Let's say we have a package
mypackage that is available in different versions from different sources. I do not want to disable any of these sources though.
However, the currently latest version of
mypackage is buggy on my system, but previous versions ran fine and probably future versions will be fixed again as well.
How can I blacklist only this buggy version of
mypackage so that
apt does not upgrade to it, but continues receiving upgrades from all sources and will upgrade to the following versions once they are out?
Holding the package back (
apt-mark hold mypackage would also prevent future updates until I manually unhold the package, which s not what I want.