|Version 8 (modified by javier.amor.garcia@…, 4 years ago) (diff)|
Set Criteria to Show eBox Version on Dashboard
I noticed that eBox version shown in Status page is different from the packages shown in (Software management->eBox components).
I think correct behavior should be the following:
- The eBox version shown in Status should be lowest number found in eBox packages.
For instance, all packages have been upgraded except ebox-jabber from 0.7.99 to 0.8, eBox version should be 0.7.99. But if all eBox components have been upgraded, eBox version should match 0.8.
Check for Updates Now
From this forum topic: http://forum.ebox-platform.com/index.php?topic=1277.0 "Add a button Check for Updates Now. This will negate the need to run the ebox-software command in a terminal as is required currently".
Make ebox-software cron Job Timing Configurable
From this forum topic: http://forum.ebox-platform.com/index.php?topic=1277.0 "Enable the time at which the cron job is run to be changed using the eBox web-GUI."
Show Software Automatic Updates in Dashboard
From this forum topic: http://forum.ebox-platform.com/index.php?topic=1277.0 "For those who opt to take the risk, it would be nice to have some information displayed on the dashboard. A couple of scenarios off the top of my head are failed updates (e.g., due to required user intervention; not sure if or where this might be posted now) and just the fact that an update did (or did not) occur in the last 24 hours. Some frosting on the cake would be a list of what was updated."
Updates available event
Make a event to notify when eBox and/or system updates are available
Make adding of apt sources / keys easier
Actually someone that wants to add a new source (i am thinking in our unstable ppas) must:
- add the apt in the sources.list
- use apt-key to add the correct key
Futhermore if only the first step is done, the packages from the ppa will show in the software interface but will report error on the installation.
A more partial solution will be to automatically import our ppa keys, that will solve the prevoious problem but the user will to hacve to update sources.list manually.
Note that the use of apt-key adds a dependency in gnupg