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Re: Sound suddenly not working.

Okay, Brad.


I started to wade out into that, but then decided that it's probably better to just wait for the fix updates to be uploaded.

Just home it's sooner than libtracker-sparql-2.0-0 (bug #908800 merged with 3 others, since at least 2018-09-14, No end in sight!)

On Sat, Nov 3, 2018 at 3:42 PM Brad Rogers <brad@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Sat, 3 Nov 2018 15:14:59 -0400
Default User <hunguponcontent@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Hello Default,

>I hate to sound stupid, but how can I revert to an earlier package
>version? (I didn't think that could be done.)

It can, but it's not supported.  IOW, if anything breaks, you get to keep
all the pieces.

To install removed packages, you need a new repo - Debian Snapshot.  It
keeps all the old packages.  An example config;

deb http://snapshot.debian.org/archive/debian/20181007/ testing main
contrib non-free

The number part is, obviously (I hope), the date you're interested in,
using a YYYYMMMDD format.  Do a search for Debian snapshot, and you'll
be able to read up on the finer points.  The official Debian page is at

Note especially the section regarding going back more than a dozen days
- you'll have to tweak a setting or two for it to work.

Once you've installed the old packages, I suggest you comment out the
snapshot.  Then, if you need an old package again, you've only got to
alter the date part, and away you go.

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