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I've created my own deb package for Redis 2.6.11 instead of the very old default version for Ubuntu. All works well except when I do an apt-get upgrade it tries to install what it thinks is the latest version of redis-server How can tell the package manager to stick on my custom one and don't refer to default repository for this particular package?

Ubuntu 12.04

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marked as duplicate by Andrew, Ward, Jenny D, mdpc, Dennis Kaarsemaker Apr 18 '13 at 12:48

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Don't name your package the same as the "official" distro package.

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