10 years ago
I think that the possibility to auto-install updates would be also great!
If optional, yes!
Had the same idea few minutes ago while doing a dist-upgrade for my LMDE installation.
This would help really a lot
As long as it is switcheable on and off.
Under Ubuntu-Gutsy you could go to Update Manager> Software Sources> and have automatic updates. "Download all updates in the background" and "Install security updates without confirmation"
This was a good manager. We need to have this!
If they use the same software update program (or at least based on it) as Debian, then most likely yes, it is what Ubuntu does. But MintUpdate does not do this.
Isn't this what Ubuntu does?
I think it should be a selection in the installer, and it should cache the updates with options based around the necessity of the update (from a security or stability standpoint).
Absolutely! On Debian it was an option that was off by default, but you could switch it on if you wanted.
I like it but it does need to be switcheable