I've lowered the default priority of my backports repository and updated
(once again) the package
In the previous configuration of my backport repository, you've got all all of my backports with the default priority of 500. This priority is higher than the one of the official backports. So I've changed the behaviour today to the one used by the official repository.
The backports must now installed by passing the "origin" using the
-t! And here comes the second problem. I've chosen "Debian"
as origin because I wasn't sure how to select a better name. To pass
a origin with
-t, this anme must be uniq. So I've changed the
origin entry of all of my repositories!
To install packages from my current backport repository you have to pass
-t joede-backports to each call of
apt-get. This is exactly the same
requirement as for the official backports repository.
To force the priority to a value lower than 100, you have to add the
priority manually! Create as root a file
/etc/apt/preferences.d/joede-backports.pref with the
Package: * Pin: release o=joede-backports Pin-Priority: 80
Note: the changed origins seems to have no impact for already installed packages. I hope there are no other drawbacks.
Updated package in "Debian Backports"
- recoll 1.21.5-1
Before finding a sponsor for the backport, the package in Testing gets a fresh update. So here is my backport. ;-)