no "upgrade available" notification
D. R. Evans
doc.evans at gmail.com
Sun Apr 26 18:13:05 UTC 2009
Derek Broughton said the following at 04/26/2009 09:27 AM :
> I installed Intrepid, fresh, two weeks ago, and it never ran the
> update-notifier until I started it up after Jaunty was released. So "how"
> is simple - it isn't turned on by default.
I've certainly been receiving update notifications for several months.
Indeed, I received a whole bunch the very day that jaunty was released.
>> (2) how do I fix it?] But I repeat that we have not passed the threshold
> issue yet.]
> You follow Clay's advice.
Argh! Can I cry?
I... have... done... that.... It does *not* fix it.
I'm sorry; it just doesn't.
>> I know that the instructions tell me how to start the updater. I don't see
>> the relevance. If I start the updater manually, it simply tells me that
>> there is no upgrade.
> Now that's a whole different problem from the one you originally asked.
Yes. I agree.
> Once you have the update-notifier running, you may perhaps need to choose
> the "Fetch lists" option to update the available changes (I have no idea if
> that's required - I had just run "aptitude update" when I first started the
I have fetched the repository lists so many times I have lost count. The
only good thing is that the system is completely consistent: it always says
that there are no files to upgrade.
-------------- next part --------------
A non-text attachment was scrubbed...
Size: 260 bytes
Desc: OpenPGP digital signature
More information about the kubuntu-users