kubuntu-notification-helper 19.10ubuntu2 source package in Ubuntu


kubuntu-notification-helper (19.10ubuntu2) focal; urgency=medium

  * Drop depends on driver manager.

 -- Rik Mills <email address hidden>  Mon, 17 Feb 2020 09:34:33 +0000

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kubuntu-notification-helper: Kubuntu system notification helper

 Kubuntu Notification Helper is a daemon that presents various notifications
 to the user. It uses the KDE Daemon system as a base and presents the
 notifications using the KDE Notification system. It also includes a
 System Settings module for configuring the daemon. Kubuntu Notification
 Helper is lightweight and fully integrated with KDE.
 Current features include:
  - Notifications for Apport crashes.
  - Notifications for upgrade information, when available.
  - Notifications for the availability restrictively-licensed packages.
  - Notifications for when upgrades require a reboot to complete.
  - All notifications can be hidden temporarily or permanently.

kubuntu-notification-helper-dbg: Kubuntu Notification Helper debugging symbols

 This package contains debugging symbols for Kubuntu Notification Helper.
 When Kubuntu Notification Helper crashes, in most cases this package is
 needed to get a backtrace that is useful for developers. If you have
 experienced a Kubuntu Notification Helper crash without this package
 installed, please install it, try to reproduce the problem and fill a bug
 report with a new backtrace attached.