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binkley 15th January 2006 18:23

Virtual Users And Domains With Postfix, Courier And MySQL
 
Wonderful HOWTO! It saved me tons of time.

I have a question though....whenever I do an apt-get upgrade, my system want's to d/l and install the postfix, postfix-mysql, and postfix-tls. Doing so breaks the config of course.

Is there some way to tell the system not to look for updates to these packages when checking for other updates?

till 15th January 2006 23:37

Normally updating these packages does not break your config, if you select to not overwrite the config files during update. But maybe falko has tested it for this special howto.

falko 16th January 2006 09:34

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Originally Posted by binkley
question though....whenever I do an apt-get upgrade, my system want's to d/l and install the postfix, postfix-mysql, and postfix-tls. Doing so breaks the config of course.

Is there some way to tell the system not to look for updates to these packages when checking for other updates?

You can do it with apt pipnning:
http://www.debian.org/doc/manuals/ap...pt-get.en.html
http://jaqque.sbih.org/kplug/apt-pinning.html

binkley 16th January 2006 19:46

Excellent! That did the trick!


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