This is because my internet traffic is limited by ISP and it's free only during a specific period throughout the day (2:00am-7:00am). I've set windows update setting to check for updates but notify me before downloading in order to prevent it from automatically using up my traffic. But then I have to manually tell it when to start downloading.
My naming convention for directories and archives which involve backing up certain files and staging updates for applications in /opt involves including the day's date. Just to make my life a tad bit easier, I figured I could use a cron job to automatically contain the day's date in a variable which automatically updates itself when the date changes.
Previously, for years whenever a security update was available it would pop up instantly. Even when they were pushed in the middle of the night and I was still on the computer. For some reason since I switched to 14.04, I have to manually load up the software updater for the updates to pop up or they never will. I am using Xubuntu but it does the same thing on Ubuntu.
I just rooted my HTC One (M7) according to LINK. It is s-on, and TWRP (teamwin) recovery is flashed.Rooting is successful and everything seems fine. Except:
When I go in the "setting, about, update software" in the phone, it downloads the HTC updates. But when it tries to run the downloaded updates, it reboots, and it goes into "recovery" mode, where TWRP shows up. What should I do from there?
I had set my cPanel (version 11.30.6 build 6) Update Preferences to:
Release Tier: Stable
Daily Updates: Do not update cPanel and WHM Automatically
cPanel Package Updates: Manual Updates Only
- bandmin, dovecot, exim, ftp, mysql, python all set to Inherit
- courier, nsd set to never
Operating System Package Updates: Manual Updates Only
SpamAssassin Rules Updates: Manual Updates Only