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Probably, randell6564, you're right. I'd changed computers, and initialized the new one with a beta version of Dapper. The old computer was never "on" after the final Dapper had been released.
So there's probably a misconception of mine.
- However, your experience with Ubuntu informing the users about dist-upgrades, and probably, managing them, too, sounds professional and nice, indeed. Thanks
Distribution: Ubuntu,(Feisty Fawn) Windows XP(Home Edition)
Hi You guy's!
You know.,come to think of it, I seem to remember just enabling all my Repo's in my /etc/apt/sources.list and consequently recieved the notification.
I cant tell you which one was actually responsible though since I just commented-out all of them!
Yeah, after my first install of Kubuntu and shortly after enabling the repositories, I received an update notification. It was a notification for some programs already installed. I didn't update them because the updates didn't seem critical. However, if they are security type updates to fix some exploitable hole, then it should be noted on the updates.
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