Updating headers in ubunta
They should still be shown in the alert when it appears for any other reason, but they should not be checked (and should therefore not be installed) by default.check for updates finds that they are uninstallable, the progress window should morph to an error alert with “Settings…” and “OK” buttons.If this changes in future, we will be able to prompt you less often to restart.) Status of software updates should never be presented in the menu bar or a notification bubble (bugs 24076, 43089, 190302, 195945, 199669, 249367, 280387, 249957, 263513, 322238, 369611, 436749, 654553, 891421, 906826, 917200, 934517, 987202, 1022443, 1060497, 1061469, 1064865, 1075833, 1177418, 1296958, and 1320550).If a check shows that updates are available, a “Software Updater” alert should appear.When checking interactively, Software Updater should display only a progress window.
If the partial check, and any previous check, found no installable updates, this should be followed simply by “Settings…”, “Check Again”, and “OK” buttons.“Restart Now…” should open the usual confirmation alert.(The current architecture of Livepatch does not record whether any installed Livepatch update is equivalent to a given installed on-disk update.If any “Ubuntu base” groups or subgroups are present, they should always be sorted last, but their contents should be sorted too.
The title of the window should be “Software Updater”, the primary text should be “Installing updates…”, and the secondary text should be the status text for the operation.Our presentation of software updates should carefully balance promptness against interruption, and automation against informed consent, to maximize the prompt installation of updates across the millions of devices on which Ubuntu is installed.