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Downgrading Rpms?

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Posted 17 March 2007 - 07:26 PM

Under fedora core 5, I've run into some problems. After updating avahi, my daap music players no longer work. No sweat I say to myself, I'm sure linux has some easy way to downgrade packages. So I check around, and it doesn't seem to be that easy. I didn't repackage the rpms when I upgraded them, so I can't do the transitional rollbacks. Also, I thought I'd just remove avahi and reinstall an older version again? Well apparently that would remove 80-some packages that depend on it. . .Not good.

Basically, how can I get avahi down again from version 0.6.11 to 0.6.9?

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