gpk-update-icon checks for updates shortly after login, even if the preference
is set to 'never'.
This causes the update icon to light up on the live cd (if updates are
available) which is unfortunate, since installing updates on the live cd doesn't
do much good.
Created attachment 302868 [details]
I'll give this a go now on my local setup.
It seems to work fine here, I've pushed this to master and stable.
Does the comment above mean that there's going to be a new version of
gnome-packagekit in F9, and that when it becomes available in Rawhide and I
install it, gpk-update-icon will no longer launch on login? I've done
everything I can think of to get it to stop launching, and yet there it is,
every time I log in. Is that going to be fixed?
Yes, new snapshot will be in rawhide tomorrow
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 441127 ***