On 7/21/21 5:02 AM, Mark @ GMail wrote:
If I could re-ignite this conversation.
I think Discover is at fault in some situations. It *always* asks for a
reboot after an update, even if it really isn't necessary.
I have just updated a single package, on request, via Discover and it
has, as always, said that a reboot is required.
That (single) package was Google Chrome.
I find it hard to believe that it really is a requirement to reboot in
this situation. Am I mistaken?
Wants a reboot for anything. For instance, take a fully updated system
yum downgrade nano
Discover will want to reboot to upgrade nano.
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