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Old 24th February 2017, 08:20 PM
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KDE completely disable UGI updater

The updater on the taskbar keeps popping up and saying it didn't exit cleanly. I told it to never check for updates but it keeps throwing errors many times a day. How do I totally kill it? I only do DNF updates in konsole so I don't want this doing anything
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Old 11th May 2017, 12:56 PM
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Re: KDE completely disable UGI updater

right click task bar <system tray settings> uncheck updater
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