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Old 09-02-2006, 04:56 AM   #1
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updates and roll back


I would like to know how you can, if you can roll back installed updates.

The prob is i installed Kubuntu and the wireless and was working fine until i updated the system. I have now updated everything except the pcmcia-cs (as i have a pcmcia wireless card) and a kernel upgrade. I'm not sure which one of these will cause the problem and want to know if i install either and it breaks can i undo it?

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Graham
 
Old 09-02-2006, 08:31 AM   #2
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In Adept, locate the packages to update. Click "Details" and next, "Installed files". These are to be updated.
You might want to include the packages's dependencies, too, in your backups.

As a general rule, updates from Debian-based repositories normally don't break things. In opposite, it's more risky to keep the system in an unconsistent state.
 
  


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