Every day my computer says it has updates that I have to click and install. Now, the updates have settings in which I can supposedly control what is being checked and how often, and what to do when updates are being found.
Yesterday I only left the Important security updates checked (and I unchecked Recommended and all that other stuff), and under Automatic updates section I set to check Every fortnight (which is the rarest possible option). Then I selected the option to Install security updates without confirmation. It asked me for password to make the changes, and then saved. Today I got on my PC, and again, I get the notification that updates are available, and it's waiting for me to click to install them.
For what difference it might make, I have the "regular" Ubuntu 18.04. installed with KDE desktop manually installed afterwards.
Can I get it to not ask me about updates, ideally ever? If this is not possible, how can I have it at least respect the Every fortnight option so I don't have to click it every day?