The 4.3.0 introduces a menu icon and a launcher for ucaresystem-core. Once installed or updated, you will find a uCareSystem Core entry in your menu that you can click if you want to launch ucaresystem-core.
Now think for a moment a friend of yours, or your parents that are not comfortable with the terminal. How would you tell them to run ucaresystem-core, once in a wile, to do some automatic system maintenance on their Ubuntu/Debian based installation ?
You just install or upgrade to the latest version of ucaresystem-core and then add a shortcut on the desktop or the status bar. Then you just double click the ucaresystem-core icon and it will start doing its maintenance tasks.
Last but not least the new version fixes some minor bugs on some distributions. Here is a summary of fixes and features:
- Add a Menu entry and an icon Enhancement
- Error during upgrade: “Has premature member ‘control.tar.xz’ before ‘control.tar.gz’, giving up”
- Add lsb-release as dependency Bug
- Error Debian Jessie: “Command line option –purge is not understood”
Check out the following video that demonstrates how to install and use ucaresystem-core.
Awesome work as always. This tool is invaluable!
best tool ever…. and this is a smart feature. thanks
Thanks Nicola !
Ucaresystem-Core – The best “All in One” tool, i ever see – thxs … Must be a default tool in all ubuntu versions !