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This appears to work properly with the LXQt 0.14.0 update in Disco. I made a desktop file for AlsaMixer to test:
pcmanfm-qt now has ascending order in the latest daily ISO image due to changes made in defaultsettings.
Desktop icons for Computer Home Network and Trash have been restored in the latest daily ISO image with the recent changes to default settings.
Sun, Feb 3
Sat, Feb 2
SRU bug is here
I'm guessing this is done with 0.14. We need to test this.
Fri, Feb 1
Does anyone recall if @Steedalion's changes he made (to the wrong branch accidentally) fixed this?
Thu, Jan 31
@wxl I think we should add desktop shortcuts too.
It looks like if we add DesktopShortcuts=Home, Trash, Computer, Network to the [Desktop] section it should do just that. Which shortcuts would we want?
Jan 17 2019
Jan 8 2019
so, I now understando more the process we need as dependency from ubuntu update-notifier-common, that will handle the cache update, restart needed "flag" (is file/diretcory) and it has the /usr/lib/update-notifier/apt-check to check for updates, so we only need to decide where/how (pop-up/panel/notification) we will show it. Since discover doesn't works well and since in muon we cannot start directly to update, we might have to build an "update manager" which can do the upgrade and maybe force a check update.
Jan 2 2019
So, I found that the best way to check silently if there are updates is to use this script:
which is not installed by default but is part of update-notifier.
Good things is that already handles exception and is the one used by kingston-update-notifier
We shoudl define what to do when we they are updates available.
Jan 1 2019
I think that it would be easier and less resource hungry to run a script that updates cache and check for updates, and if there are updates open discover with one of this modes:
plasma-discover --mode Update
I would prefer muon over discover, but in muon you will have to manually check for updates again.
other idea is to use qapt-batch for update cache and install packages, not sure if it can upgrade https://cgit.kde.org/libqapt.git/
Dec 31 2018
This could be another option https://github.com/mhogomchungu/qt-update-notifier
I haven't been able to find update-notifier-kde. Apparently the source was kingston-update-notifier from which I couldn't find the source:
The latest code I could found is:
we could re-implement it but I'm not sure if it's good to have "our own" update-notifier because of maintenance issues
Dec 30 2018
Er, this is for 18.10, OK.
Dec 26 2018
I reported this bug a while ago on launchpad.
I'm confused on what is needed, there are 2 pieces of software:
- update-notifier https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/update-notifier
- update-manager https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/update-manager
Dec 17 2018
Setting up grub-efi-ia32 (2.02+dfsg1-5ubuntu7) ... Unknown terminal: qterminal Check the TERM environment variable. Also make sure that the terminal is defined in the terminfo database. Alternatively, set the TERMCAP environment variable to the desired termcap entry. debconf: whiptail output the above errors, giving up! dpkg: error processing package grub-efi-ia32 (--configure): installed grub-efi-ia32 package post-installation script subprocess returned error exit status 255 Errors were encountered while processing: grub-efi-ia32 E: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (1)
Dec 9 2018
FYI: the Launchpad bug was not marked verification-done in the tags, I've gone and done this to help expedite things.
I tested and confirmed the patch in the proposed bionic channel: