I like the default beginner mode, as opposed to some post above, but I don't use sulfur very much so... It does not make a big difference for me
* A GUI for kernel-switcher
a tool too great for not having a GUI.
Since I guess that automatically triggering kernel-switcher when a kernel is upgraded would break the analogy with equo
, probably there should be a new tab with "kernel switch" that implements that GUI.
When you try to manually upgrade the kernel package a warning pops up: "You are manually upgrading a kernel
package, do you want to proceed?"
* A way to control the package cleanup policy, with equo
it is simple:
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equo cache clean
it would be nice to be able to do something like that in sulfur too, probably there already is a way, but I didn't find it out
Something like a preference "if cache is bigger than X MB trigger equo cleanup/equo cache clean" 0MB = always perform cleanup.