In a free movement, no one dictates that you need to keep pace except
your own values, and if you don't like it, do whatever you prefer.
How deliciously passive aggressive.
You can usually get away with not rebooting right away, but you need
to be aware that you aren't going to get kernel or shared library fixes right away,
which can leave security vulnerabilities in some cases.
That's the case now. ....wait, did anything actually change? The
original complaint sounded like reboots were suddenly being forced in
a way they weren't before.
On Sat, Dec 28, 2013 at 1:51 PM, Richard Vickery
On Sat, Dec 28, 2013 at 10:40 AM, Michael Catanzaro <mcatanzaro(a)gnome.org>
> On Sat, 2013-12-28 at 13:29 -0500, Monty Montgomery wrote:
> > I'd have thought the problem is not daily updates, but daily updates
> > that require logout or reboot.
> To be clear: every update requires reboot in Fedora 20 GNOME. (You have
> to go out of your way, by using yum/dnf or gpk-update-viewer, if you
> want to avoid reboots.)
Let me suggest again that you do not need to keep up. In a free movement, no
one dictates that you need to keep pace except your own values, and if you
don't like it, do whatever you prefer.
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