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Old 10-28-2014, 09:56 PM   #1
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LXer: Synaptic Vs. Update Manager in Linux Mint

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Mint had already made upgrades a bit more difficult by making you choose all apps with a ctrl+A command and then right click to update all apps. But now, you canít do even that. The Mark All Upgrades button is completely missing. It wasnít stripped out; from my understanding, Synaptic had been replaced by Mintís version of Synaptic. You can search and install applications with itÖyou just canít upgrade your system with it.



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