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Re: Jessie update notes?

OK. lets' see.

I think that somebody from debian team has seen this discussion and among them the discussion is going on what do (if anything).

with best,


From: Alexsander <alexsander_fs@yahoo.com.br>
To: debian-laptop@lists.debian.org
Sent: Monday, September 21, 2015 4:21 AM
Subject: Re: Jessie update notes?


    I have gnome-packagekit installed, but it doesn't make the
notifications. Some of the packages you listed don't exist in Jessie
repositories. I think it's time somebody create a bugreport and send it
to the Debian team.


On 20-09-2015 20:43, Bob Proulx wrote:
> Hannu Virtanen wrote:
>> The problem is that with 'jessie' I don't get any automatic notice,
>> if there are (security) updates available. With previous versions
>> that was no issue.
>> I'm using gnome.
> Previously in Wheezy 7 and before there were packages called:
>    update-notifier
>    update-notifier-common
>    update-manager-gnome
>    update-manager
>    update-manager-core
>    update-manager
>    update-notifier
> I always eschew those and remove them which is why I have the list.
> But it sounds like you want them?  In any case when I look now they
> all say:
>    Transitional dummy package replacing update-notifier with GNOME-PackageKit
> Therefore I assume those are all obsoleted now by GNOME-PackageKit.
> Do you have GNOME-PackageKit installed?
> If so then I assume that having replaced the update notifiers above
> that it should be doing the notification.  If not then it looks like a
> deficiency of that gnome package that it has replaced the previous.
> As I said, I eschew those and therefore can't tell if GNOME-PackageKit
> notifies now or not.  I can only presume that it does.
> Bob

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