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    If anyone has that deb, send it to me and I will host it on the repo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maXimus View Post
    If anyone has that deb, send it to me and I will host it on the repo.
    This is just a perfect example for the disadvantages of the commonly used version system in repos, it makes Cydia always displays the the newest version, even though the older versions are still on those repos you can not get them.
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    I see what you mean Ras! But how do you propose someone be notified of an update?

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    Quote Originally Posted by maXimus View Post
    I see what you mean Ras! But how do you propose someone be notified of an update?
    That's the problem!
    The current system notifies you of new versions which is perfect for the majority of users.
    That is the way "apt" works in Debian, however you can install older versions with "apt-get" if you know the file name as those older versions are still on the Debian repos.
    Also you can access those through FTP and get the file version you want. This is not possible with Cydia and it's repos.

    Anyway Fred rebooted and now it is working, so his son is happy again.

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