Each build is composed of a specific set of bundles made from a particular version of packages.This matters on a daily basis to system administrators, who need to determine which of their systems do not have the latest security fixes, or which combinations of software have been tested with which other pieces.
While we use the concept of packages to manage compiling source code into installable binaries, we do not deploy software through packages as many distributions do.
Instead, we provide “bundles” that each contain a set of functionality for the system administrator There is another notable difference between package-based distributions and the Clear Linux OS for Intel Architecture.
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.
“Restart Now…” should open the usual confirmation alert.