no "upgrade available" notification

Sascha G├╝thling sascha.guethling at gmail.com
Sat Apr 25 15:05:15 UTC 2009


Hi Doc,

Just go to kubuntu.com and follow the upgrade guides under the release
notice. That worked for me.

Take care.
Sascha

On Sat, Apr 25, 2009 at 10:21 AM, D. R. Evans <doc.evans at gmail.com> wrote:

> My laptop has a just-about-as-vanilla-as-possible installation of intrepid
> on it. No betas, no PPA, no 4.2, nothing other than completely official
> intrepid packages.
>
> I have seen no trace of an "upgrade is available" icon, which surprises me.
> If I force a download of all the repositories (from the main Canonical
> server), I don't see any obvious failures, but still the system doesn't
> suggest that there are any kinds of updates or upgrades available.
>
> Should I be worried? (Maybe Canonical haven't pushed the upgrade yet in
> order to keep the load down on their servers?)
>
>  Doc
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