Sulfur Actions button not visible for package removal only

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robjeffrey
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Sulfur Actions button not visible for package removal only

Post by robjeffrey » Wed Feb 03, 2010 22:27

Just updated to Sulfur 0.99.32.1 - each time I load it it prompts me to remove a few deprecated packages, however, the Actions button isn't visible to apply the changes.

I had to select an additional package already installed and choose update for it to appear and run the removal.

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Re: Sulfur Actions button not visible for package removal only

Post by lxnay » Thu Feb 04, 2010 1:20

Thanks for reporting, I just fixed it!
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Re: Sulfur Actions button not visible for package removal only

Post by billk » Mon Feb 08, 2010 5:28

I have no action buttons in Sulfur and 50 updates to install. What do I do?

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Re: Sulfur Actions button not visible for package removal only

Post by _cnfss_ » Wed Feb 10, 2010 15:18

billk wrote:I have no action buttons in Sulfur and 50 updates to install. What do I do?
Open a console:

# equo update
# equo install entropy

This will install the last entropy (equo + sulfur) package available, then you can run sulfur and you`ll have the "Actions" button again.

;)

Edit: Until you mark at least one of these updates (click on the little green square - update (I think, 'cause I have "Actualizar" :P)), the actions button will not be seen at all. If you mark someone and no action button do the console "tip".
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