Yeah, there's really no way around that, that's just how apt works. We actually didn't mean to ever make 6.x packages for 18.04 but it looks like we did by accident. The pinning solution @0xCMP recommends is the best way to handle this that I know of.
When I setup the 6.x nodesource repo it installs the 8.x "latest" from the main repos. While not a huge problem, I expected nodesource's node which includes npm.
I can't install node 6.x without specifying the version, which isn't horrible (I'm using salt and it's easy), but it's not what I expected.
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