Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1030199
RFE: rightclick menu of gnome-software toolbar icon needs ability to enable/disable software repository
Last modified: 2015-12-02 11:07:13 EST
Description of problem:
cant enable or disable repositories that the updates/installs should be coming from in 'activities-software' application (gnome-software)
add an option in the rightclick menu of the toolbar icon to enable/disable repo that will be checked by the updater/installer of the application
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. go to activities menu by clicking in top left corner of screen
2. start the 'software' application (gnome-software)
3. rightclick on the toolbar icon of gnome-software when program opens
4. cant select repositories, only has 'about' and 'quit' options
dont seem to be able to select repository with the gnome-software application
able to enable/disable repositories (fedora, fedora-updates, fedora-debuginfo, etc)
nice work. like the concept :')
fyi, looks to be in progress :')
at some point by the time of
when rightclick on the gnome-software toolbar icon when program opens
you now get a 'software sources' menu item :')
if click on the menu item you get a software sources popup now
but there are no software sources to be selected from in the popup yet
('No Sources Found').
getting there :')
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