>> It was compiled against libxerces-c.so.25, but Etch ships with
>> libxerces-c.so.27. I could just download the .DEB from somewhere and
>> it, but if you start going down that road, then APT quickly becomes
>> I remember seeing somewhere that there's a way to add a repository to the
>> sources.list that only gets used for named packages (I need libxerces
>> Sarge, but everything else from Etch), but there's nothing in the man
>> and Google is drawing a blank. Any ideas?
>>> As was already pointed out, I'd try a symlink first and see if it works.
>> Barring that, what you're looking for is apt pinning. There's a simple
> beginners guide at http://jaqque.sbih.org/kplug/apt-pinning.html which
> will get you set up for what you want in less than 10 minutes.
>> - --
> John Madden -- john at jmadden.eu
I tried the symlink option before the first email. I got an "unresolved
symbols" error. apt pinning will do the job nicely. Thanks!
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