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    [ubuntu] Re: Stop update checking

    No, both apt-get commands keep you on the same Ubuntu version.

    apt-get upgrade only does package updates that don't require installing or removing any additional packages. apt-get dist-upgrade...
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    Re: Word association

    group
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    [SOLVED] Re: Screen blanking/locking

    How have you configured Settings > Screensaver? See my post in this thread. If that doesn't resolve this, maybe one of the other suggestions in that thread will?
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    [ubuntu] Re: Stop update checking

    Not fully. That leaves the configuration files. Parts of the service live in /etc which is where configuration files are stored.

    Do you have Synaptic installed? If so, you can try using that to...
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    Re: Snaps and permissions

    For one, because snapd intentionally offers no way to completely disable automatic updates. This gets seen as anti-user. It spits in the face of many people's valid, solid stability and security...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Stop update checking

    Masking the service is not equivalent to actually uninstalling the package.

    Did you do a manual software update of APT packages after masking the unattended-upgrades service and rebooting?
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    Re: Word association

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    [ubuntu] Re: Stop update checking

    +1 for flatpak in this context. flatpak does not force automatic updates.



    I agree with you and do exactly that.



    You're welcome. 8-)
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    [SOLVED] Re: dnsmasq, systemd-resolved etc

    If you don't know why you have that package, it's safe to remove.
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    Re: Word association

    scale
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    Re: Word association

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    [ubuntu] Re: Stop update checking

    How is that any better than disabling/masking snapd via systemctl?



    ... and then watch snapd run automatic update as soon as you start it again?
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    Re: Word association

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    [SOLVED] Re: dnsmasq, systemd-resolved etc

    That rdepends command isn't maximally helpful in these situations. Try these instead -

    apt-mark showmanual | grep -F dnsmasq
    apt-cache rdepends --installed dnsmasq
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    [ubuntu] Re: Stop update checking

    unattended-upgrades is a way to automatically update APT packages. By default it's configured to only apply security updates, and ignore non-security updates. (update-notifier will then notify you...
  16. Re: 20.04 NetworkManager How to autoconnect to specific hidden Wi-Fi network?

    Is this a related issue? Except for me it doesn't work on wake from suspend either.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Stop update checking

    Did you uninstall unattended-upgrades?
    Do you have snapd installed?
    Do you use a GUI software manager that might be automatically checking for updates when it runs?
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    [SOLVED] Re: dnsmasq, systemd-resolved etc

    This should tell you what would happen if you removed it -

    apt-get -s purge dnsmasq



    If you're OK with what you see with the above command, can you just purge that package for real? I use...
  19. Re: 20.04 NetworkManager How to autoconnect to specific hidden Wi-Fi network?

    bump
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    [SOLVED] Re: dnsmasq, systemd-resolved etc

    That is no longer true.



    The answer to this question is "whatever works for you".

    20.04 stock setup has NetworkManager using systemd-resolved . Do you have a specific reason to need...
  21. [SOLVED] Re: how to support multi-line icon titles in Xfce 4.12?

    You're welcome :KS
  22. [SOLVED] Re: how to support multi-line icon titles in Xfce 4.12?

    What do you have in your ~/.gtkrc-2.0 (and the files it includes, if any)? I got xfdesktop to work how you want by putting this in -

    style "xfdesktop-icon-view" {
    ...
  23. Re: Why do some apps look different in other distros?

    It looks like different icon themes, different fonts, and either different font size or different DPI setting?
  24. Re: 20.04 NetworkManager How to autoconnect to specific hidden Wi-Fi network?

    bump
  25. Re: [20.04] Konsole: How to just use Qt theme for scrollbars?

    That's KDE System Settings, right? I use Xubuntu (with qt5ct), what packages do I need to install to get this preference panel? I installed systemsettings, but looks like something else is needed...
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