Now and then when updates happen I am seeing a request to update to 20.10. I am using 20.04.
I searched around and found a way to do it.
But I am not sure I understand what is being said.
I took a screen shot only because it covers the next question also.
If you also look at the top (address bar of the browser) you can see the question that was asked about preventing updates to non LTS versions.
So there are THREE options: NEVER NORMAL LTS
So the web site says to put it to
never. But I am reading that as it will never check for updates.
That can be problematic if there are security updates (or what ever)
normal is what I would suspect to be a problem if I was using a non-LTS version.
But mine is set to LTS.
So why am I getting these requesters to update to 20.10?
Prompt=ltsvalue in conifiguration file. I would recommend to wait for 2022.April (or better May) and upgrade to 22.04 LTS. Having unnecessary non-LTS upgrades is time-consuming.
sudo apt updatelooking for clues I'm suggesting. (I'm using PopOS as example; it's not the only Ubuntu-based that does it)