Synaptic history

NoOp glgxg at
Mon Nov 8 00:27:42 UTC 2010

On 11/07/2010 04:18 PM, NoOp wrote:
> On 11/07/2010 07:30 AM, R Kimber wrote:
>> Although there have been a number of updates recently, Synaptic does not
>> show them in its file->history menu option.  In fact it shows nothing since
>> 30th October.  Is this a change (bug?) that has happened in 10.10? Or is
>> there some tweak I can make to restore the history?
> Looks to be a bug to me... I've the same on 10.10 Synaptic.
> But google shows:
> <>
> <>
> etc., that it's been moved to the software center... now isn't that
> nice. It's changes like this (and the supposed move to Unity in narwal)
> that make me wonder "what are they thinking".
> I've checked launchpad & it doen't appear that anyone's filed a bug
> report regarding this, so you might want to.
> states:
> <quote>
> Ubuntu Software Center
> Ubuntu Software Center now shows "Featured" and "What's New" sections, a
> History of package installations and removals, and makes it easier to
> find add-ons for applications. It also offers Fluendo DVD Player for
> purchase, with more software to come soon.
> </quote>
> but no mention of removing from Synaptic, so IMO it's a bug. File away.

Nevermind... I filed a bug:
[[Maverick] History missing]

Feel free to add to the 'This bug affect you' count on the bug report.

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