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comment How can I run Debian stable but install some packages from testing?
I'm getting (what seems to me) inconsistent behaviours using this method. "apt-get install -t testing appX" does not give the same as "apt-get install appX/testing" (see serverfault.com/q/646934/132528 )- I'm guessing that it's just about the way this method causes the priorities to be resolved, even though it not intuitive to me?
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revised apt-get install -t testing appX VS apt-get install appX/testing
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asked apt-get install -t testing appX VS apt-get install appX/testing
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answered How do I kill processes older than “t”?