lxnay wrote:You update the repositories... you get more available updates.
Ryuno-Ki wrote:That's because the service looking for update (called "magneto") needs some time to do his job. Hence you need to wait a little to get notified.
dave_64 wrote:I'm not sure if this is applicable in your case, but I have noticed that if I install sabayon on two computers behind a router, I may have to do a manual update when switching from one to the other...the auto update notifier shows "no updates available", until I do a manual update. I can only guess why this is true, but, I suspect that it involves some kind of verification, authentication, or certification between entropy and each separate computer. My solution is to do a manual update when switching between computers. It might require the --force option, but I haven't checked on that. In any case, it never hurts to do a manual update when in doubt.
verduler wrote:Ryuno-Ki wrote:That's because the service looking for update (called "magneto") needs some time to do his job. Hence you need to wait a little to get notified.
How many time do I need to wait? I've been waiting for 3 weeks, is it normal?
Shortly after logging in an icon in the system tray changed from green to red and moving the mouse over this icon revealed it indicates whether software updates are available. Clicking on this icon we can launch Sabayon's new graphical front end to package management.
Ryuno-Ki wrote:No, usually just a few minutes like mentioned here (found on the forums):
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