Description of problem:
KPackageKit doesn't notify about new updates on some accounts even though the settings are set to check for updates once an hour and notify about them.
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Sometimes. KPackageKit doesn't notify about updates on some accounts and on an other accounts on the same machine it does notify. Similar behaviour I have observed on 3 different computers.
KPackageKit in some cases ignores settings.
KPackageKit respects settings.
I can't find what causes this misbehaviour. I checked .kde/share/config/KPackageKit and it looks OK. I don't know what to check next.
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my update settings
I have a similar behavior even if not exactly the same. I can see the tray icon of kpackagekit appearing on the bar and immedeately disappering, as there is nothing to do. And this is already strange because according to my settings, kpackagekit should check for updates daily, while I can see the tray icon much more frequently.
Then if I manually enter kpackagekit from the System Setting panel and I check for new update there are packages to be updated.
Attached you can find a picture of my settings.
I experiencing same behavior as Antonio.
Kpackagekit set to check for updates daily, but appers in tray about every 10 minutes.
Also, if i first install something through kpackagekit, than update check triggered on yum exit completes successfully, and update icon appears.
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