apt-get -d

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apt-get -d

Postby Guest » 2006-05-24 10:00

Hello,

Im running Debian sarge, and i have set a cron job which automatically downloads updates with apt-get upgrade -d. The question is simply, how do I go about installing these downloaded packages, (my guess is apt-get install <package name>) and what do I do if the upgrade 'breaks' the installation of the app? Is there a way to 'undo' the install?

thanks in advance,

Johan
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Postby ajdlinux » 2006-05-24 10:07

There isnt any way to undo it AFAIK.
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Postby jjx » 2006-05-24 14:11

There is no simple way to undo ;)
You may downgrade again but isnt so simple...

You may install the downloaded packages running teh same command without the "-d" parameter ;)
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