If you stop the check, the progress window should morph into an info alert with the title “Software Updater” and primary text “You stopped the check for updates.”.
If the partial check, and any previous check, found no installable updates, this should be followed simply by “Settings…”, “Check Again”, and “OK” buttons.
There should be no progress or other confirmation feedback for turning Livepatch on or off, even though the state of the system may lag behind the state of the UI, because there is no benefit from waiting for it to finish.
For example, if you uncheck, recheck, and uncheck the checkbox quickly, Livepatch should turn off once, with no progress feedback, and nothing further should happen.
non-security updates require a restart to finish installing, and the “When there are other updates” interval has passed since Software Updater was last open (either automatically or manually) (part of bug 1033226).
) updates has been implemented in Ubuntu Software Center, those particular updates should no longer cause the alert listing updates to appear.
The list of updates should have three columns by default: an unlabelled restart-required column, an “Install” column, and a “Download” column.
As with any other progress window, the window should have a minimize button but no maximize or close button, and should be 33 em wide.“Restart Now…” should open the usual confirmation alert.(The current architecture of Livepatch does not record whether any installed Livepatch update is equivalent to a given installed on-disk update.For each update or group of updates: Below the list of updates should be another expander, “Technical description”, which is always collapsed initially.The contents of the “Technical description” pane should depend on how many updates are selected in the list above: If the list of updates has “Security updates” and “Other updates” groups, sorting should retain these groups, but sort the contents of each group.