I have set the GUI software updater to never automatically check for updates as I prefer doing this myself using the commandline and
But whenever I install updates that require a reboot (mainly kernel and glibc, I think), still the GUI software updater kicks in and shows me that little reboot prompt with the three buttons Settings... Reboot later Reboot now or similar to this (I'm seeing a translated version of it).
This is annoying, especially as it keeps popping up maybe hourly or so even after I refused to reboot now. I shut the machine down daily anyway and therefore it's not important for me to be reminded of this.
How do I disable this window from popping up, or how can I configure it to stay closed after I clicked on Reboot later once?
What I already did is to set the software updater to never automatically look for updates, but this is of course not related to the reboot prompt:
I also have modified the dconf key
dconf-editor, but the window still appears.