How do i reset the update manager settings so then i can make a small update.
I was configuring the settings and now the update manager finds 1.9gb of updates and thats too much for my internet. it did find 200mb before but then i was just messing around with the settings and that happened.
I was previous a Kubuntu user but installed ubuntu 12.04 LTS for a week now and I always need to open update manager manually and search.
If they're are any updates,because I don't get any notifications, I tried reinstalling update-manager and update-notifier and still no updates notifications.
On Kubuntu I always received update notifications after most 1 minute after i start my pc.
Sad, disappointing news to all Htc One S users. Htc has confirmed that the Htc one s will not receive any further updates, which means that we will not receive the 4.2.2 update. Although many have petitioned to receive continued updates, HTC believes that the Htc One s does not need the update. Well HTC, you have yet lost another long term customer.
In last few days my Ubuntu 11.10 update manager is unable to get new updates. When I checked update log I saw that for couple of updates it says "Network isn't available". For other updates it downloaded logs and and internet connection also works fine.
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My problem with Update Manager is that it never seems to stop asking me to install updates I don't want. I would like a setting whereby when I decline an update, it doesn't show up again. Is this possible? For instance, every time it pops up, it has the same updates for Thunderbird, which I don't use - how can I make them go away?
yet I can run these commands at the terminal and despite seeing lots of things get upgraded then open the gui update-manager immediately afterwards and see that it has a list of updates it wants me to apply. Why is this?
The latest updates brought in an updated update-manager-core (0.161) that requires update-manager itself to be removed, as it's not updated. After falling for this one on one quantal install, I tried to check the Changelogs, and ran into some indications that update-manager was to be re-named Software Updater, but no information about any intention to remove it.
Ever since I upgraded to 13.10, the software updater does not show all the available updates. Some will appear and can be installed just fine, but once it claims that all software is up to date, using sudo apt-get upgrade shows that there are still more packages waiting to be updated. I can update them via the command line, but that only solves things temporarily.