Trident Beta 3: Surprise, surprise: reboot


#1

Sorry, but I have to rant.

My system suddenly got rebooted without any warning messages. After the reboot, an update/upgrade process took place. While it is ok to inform the user that there is an update/upgrade available, it is NOT OK to do this without any information, warning message or alike. No one would use Trident as a normal working system if this behavior would be standard.


#2
  1. Was this an install into BE?

  2. was everything working on “upgrade”?

this was NOT trident issue. This is a trueos issue.

I’ll file a bug ticket on friday after talking to trueos devs on thursday


#3

It was an automatic upgrade after the reboot, followed by another reboot. And after this, all seems to work fine. The Firefox bugs and another xfce4-terminal bug are obviously fixed.


#4

i knew it was an auto upgrade/reboot.

Was this a fresh install or install into Boot Environment?


#5

I had done a fresh install on Sep 27.


#6

weird. started doing mine on a BE install. Nothing on a fresh install


#7

So the automatic reboot/upgrade would normally not occur a few days after a fresh install?


#8

trying to figure this out.

trueos is changing many things underneath.

So far, 1 fresh install, and 1 BE install. trying to figure out any common denominator