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On (13/10/06 12:02), essam mansour said:
> I am looking for your help. I feel that I am close the solution, Am I ?
>The short answer is no. When you did the upgrade, it installed a bunch
of new packages. When you try and now rollback, you're going to end up
with multiple situations like your nautilus one above. On top of that,
you'll have programs depending on a specific version of a library, where
the newer one is installed. For each one of these, you'll have to remove
the currently installed package and install the old one from apt
Your quickest solution is a fresh install of Dapper again.
/me is speaking from recent experience of the same situation
John Madden -- john at jmadden.eu
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