Before updating ubuntu 8 04
Expanding it should expand the alert to show the list of updates.Collapsing it should return the alert to its previous size.For each update or group of updates: Below the list of updates should be another expander, “Technical description”, which is always collapsed initially.The contents of the “Technical description” pane should depend on how many updates are selected in the list above: If the list of updates has “Security updates” and “Other updates” groups, sorting should retain these groups, but sort the contents of each group.non-security updates require a restart to finish installing, and the “When there are other updates” interval has passed since Software Updater was last open (either automatically or manually) (part of bug 1033226).) updates has been implemented in Ubuntu Software Center, those particular updates should no longer cause the alert listing updates to appear.(Like any progress window before it, it should be 33 em wide.) If the check was automatic, the alert should open non-minimized but unfocused.this is a release version (not a daily/alpha/beta) (bug 1025669), the primary text should be “Updated software has been issued since Ubuntu was released. ” Otherwise it should be: “Updated software is available for this computer. ” Next should be an expander with the label “Details of updates”, that is collapsed by default but remembers its state between sessions.
If a check shows that updates are available, a “Software Updater” alert should appear.
It should have secondary text if, since the last restart, Livepatch attempted to apply any updates.
For example: Software Updater should launch automatically, in the background but not minimized, when the computer has been connected to the Internet for at least one minute (bug 385433), you are logged in as an administrator, no other package management utility (d.
Once it is due to check for updates, it should try to check one minute after the first time any administrator connects to the Internet (bug 323108, bug 414202).
By default, it should not display any interface while checking.If there is a Livepatch setup error that does not occur as part of initial sign-in (such that the Software & Updates settings might not be open), it should be shown in a standalone error alert, with a “Settings…” button to open and focus the settings.