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Debian / Ubuntu Linux apt-get: Blacklist a Package From Installing

How do I blacklist a package or packages so that when I run apt-get upgrade, it will ignore blacklisted packages and install the rest of updates under Debian or Ubuntu Linux server system?

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  2. Comment by a — October 8, 2012 @ 11:31 pm

    How to hold a package:

    $ aptitude hold package1 package2 … packageN

    How to unhold a package:

    $ aptitude unhold package1 package2 … packageN

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