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You can use file /etc/apt/preferences like... Package: < Package Name> Pin: version 1.0* Pin-Priority: 10 It will prevent < Package Name> from being updated to a version above 1.0*. Reference:- https://wiki.debian.org/AptPreferences


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You can update the specific packages or use specific version of packages. But you can not directly skip some packages while running updates. mco package update -F operatingsystemrelease=14.04 mco packages uptodate mco packages --batch uptodate /0.8.3/2.el6 /0.3.2/3.el6 ======================================================================== You can ...


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http://php.net/manual/en/phar.installation.php The Phar extension is built into PHP as of PHP version 5.3.0. Phar may be installed via the PECL extension with previous PHP versions, and the ยป Phar PECL page contains further information and history. It looks like your PHP is not compiled with Phar support, you will need to recompile it in order to get Phar ...



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