Today a new version of
vscode was available, so I went to https://code.visualstudio.com/ and downloaded the
.deb file. I clicked the downloaded file, it opened in the
Ubuntu Software Center and I clicked install to update my current version. So far this is a very user friendly process IF the installation would actually work :-)
What actually happened:
If I click the downloaded
.deb file again it still shows me that I can install it and NOT launch it, even if the installation was successful (I can check it by opening VSCode from the dock and check the version).
My questions are:
- What happened here?
- Why is Ubuntu not showing me the updated version in the Software Center?
- Why does Ubuntu still show me that I can install the .deb file even if I have just installed it
- How can I show this post to Canonical, so they can finally implement a NOT buggy installation/update process?