Reindl Harald wrote:
> I must admit I say (through a script) "sudo dnf -y
update" almost every
> day. Am I really alone on this list?
> Life is too short to do otherwise, unless one's life revolves around
well, ask yourself why you have over many years problem threads on
several fedora mailing lists where you have not been able to say
anything helpful what changed on your system and rely on crystal balls
of others :-)
Fortunately I can always rely on your help!
But seriously, what exactly do you do after reading through
a list of say 100 updates (by no means unusual in recent times)?
Do you type out the ones you like,
or do you exclude the ones you don't like?
Actually, I can't recall any problems I've had recently with Fedora
that could be put down to running "dnf -y update".
Most of my problems are either connected with hardware
(why does my Linksys WRT54GL router keep disconecting?)
or else with software I don't understand (KDE Connect).
gayleard /at/ eircom.net
School of Mathematics, Trinity College, Dublin