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RE Kubuntu:

We used to get notified that a new release was available, and were politely asked if we would like to upgrade. I haven't seen that in a long time--like years. Did someone decide to stop that? Are we now forced to manually start a release upgrade from the command line? Is Discover supposed to handle that? Still using Kubuntu 20.04, waiting to be offered an upgrade.

I know I can manually start an upgrade, that's not what I'm asking. And yes, I have preferred "Normal" releases, not LTS. I'm trying to learn if a KDE release upgrader has gone missing.

Thanks, Lance

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  • Do not know if KDE works the same, but Ubuntu still has it. It is possible that the notification is turned off/set to not notify. Would check in software and updates settings. Should have it set to LTS only, all upgrades, or none.
    – crip659
    Nov 7 '20 at 1:49
  • I got this note on all my systems. They are Ubuntu and Lubuntu though. Whether you get this depends on your settings in "Software and Updates". Nov 7 '20 at 4:20

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