no "upgrade available" notification
Billie Erin Walsh
bilwalsh at swbell.net
Sun Apr 26 13:36:44 UTC 2009
Myriam Schweingruber wrote:
> Hi Doc,
> On Sat, Apr 25, 2009 at 16:21, 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.
> There is no such notification. A running distribution, e.g. your
> Kubuntu 8.10, will only get 'update' notifications. There is no and
> will never be any 'upgrade to a new distribution version'
> notification, it simply makes no sense to have such a notification.
> Regards, Myriam.
> PS I strongly suggest to everybody on this list to *read* the precise
> questions asked by others, not just *assume* that it could have been
> meant otherwise. Answer the exact question given should be enough and
> would make the live of all of us much easier...
Myriam, take a look at :
( I wish I could send a picture )
Upgrade to 9.04 *over the Internet*:
1) The update notifier will report that a new distribution version is
available. Click on its icon.
Click *Yes* to start the upgrade.
If the update notifier does not offer a new version upgrade you can
force it. Type *Alt-F2* and type into the box *update-notifier-kde -u*
It should notify of the upgrade.
Life is what happens while you're busy making other plans.
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