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Started by kendew, September 02, 2019, 01:01:40 AM
Quoteit should possible to just turn it off by disabling it in LXQt's session autostart settings. But are there other possibilities?
QuoteIs there a way it could just inform the user that updates are available? (Similar to Fedora)
QuoteIs there a way it could handle all the upgrading in just one terminal window session?
QuoteCould I make an alias in .bashrc that would handle what the aptus updating tool does that the user could run as desired?
QuoteThere is an upgrade handler in the menu, but it offers hours only, so can add every 1 day, 1 week or so.
QuoteCan I edit a script or something to get it there?
QuoteWhat about if the user would only have to interact with the upgrade three times, once to choose Yes or No as to whether to upgrade, second to enter password, and finally to exit the process?
QuoteIn fact, when you go to the Upgrade window, there is a drop down menu, so simpy choose Exit to not upgrade.
QuoteI'm ready to remaster this using the Sparky tool so I can install on multiple laptops. I would like this "once a week" preference to carry over, so it will already be there. Is there something I can put in /etc/skel?
QuoteOther than that, I got the update for the system upgrade scheduler, have selected "once a week" and will see if it works.
QuoteBuster (now stable), there were quite a number of updates
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