[Bug 367495] [NEW] [intrepid]: no upgrade notification for jaunty received, manual attempt says nothing to upgrade

Launchpad Bug Tracker 367495 at bugs.launchpad.net
Sun Apr 26 23:05:45 UTC 2009


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Running 32-bit Kubuntu 8.10; extremely vanilla; no unofficial packages
or repositories.

No notification that a new version (9.04) has appeared.

Following the instructions at
https://help.ubuntu.com/community/JauntyUpgrades/Kubuntu, running
"update-notifier-kde -u" simply causes the message "no new upgrade
available" to appear.

I have (several times) re-downloaded the list files available, from both
the main Canonical server and from the US server (changing sources by
using the "Software Sources" program from the K menu). The result is
always consistent: no new upgrade is available.

Other people on the official Kubuntu-users reflector seem to have
received the notification and performed the upgrade OK. But on my system
there seems to be no way to convince it that there are files that need
upgrading. (Presumably, I could download a CD and install from that; but
that doesn't address the basic problem that the right thing doesn't seem
to be happening for me to upgrade over the Internet.)

** Affects: update-notifier-kde (Ubuntu)
     Importance: Undecided
         Status: New

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[intrepid]: no upgrade notification for jaunty received, manual attempt says nothing to upgrade
https://bugs.edge.launchpad.net/bugs/367495
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