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Typically, the PC-BSD® logo icon in the system tray is used to determine if any updates are available through Update Manager, Package Manager, AppCafe®, or Warden®, and if so, to start the appropriate utility in order to install the updates. In 10.0, a new Update Center utility has been added which will eventually provide all of this functionality in one place.
 
Typically, the PC-BSD® logo icon in the system tray is used to determine if any updates are available through Update Manager, Package Manager, AppCafe®, or Warden®, and if so, to start the appropriate utility in order to install the updates. In 10.0, a new Update Center utility has been added which will eventually provide all of this functionality in one place.
  
To start the utility shown in Figure 8.2a, go to Control Panel ➜ Update Center or type '''pc-su pc-updatecenter'''. You will be prompted to enter your password.  
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To start the utility shown in Figure 8.2a, go to Control Panel ➜ Update Center or type '''pc-su pc-updatecenter'''. You will be prompted to enter your password. In this example, the system is fully updated.
  
 
'''Figure 8.2a: Main Update Center Screen'''
 
'''Figure 8.2a: Main Update Center Screen'''

Revision as of 12:12, 30 December 2013



Typically, the PC-BSD® logo icon in the system tray is used to determine if any updates are available through Update Manager, Package Manager, AppCafe®, or Warden®, and if so, to start the appropriate utility in order to install the updates. In 10.0, a new Update Center utility has been added which will eventually provide all of this functionality in one place.

To start the utility shown in Figure 8.2a, go to Control Panel ➜ Update Center or type pc-su pc-updatecenter. You will be prompted to enter your password. In this example, the system is fully updated.

Figure 8.2a: Main Update Center Screen

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NOTE: This utility is still being tested and is considered to be beta software. Click the "More details..." button seen in Figure 8.2a for more information about features which are not yet implemented. If you come across any issues using this utility, use the PC-BSD®_Bug_Reporting tool to report your observations.
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