Comment 38 for bug 1574079

If you (or anyone else) reproduce it on a "working" Kubuntu system by
running fwupdmgr as Richard mentioned it will only be temporary that it was
reproduced. fwupdmgr uses dbus activation to start fwupd. Typically fwupd
isn't run by default in Kubuntu for reasons Richard described.

When you were to kill the fwupd process or reboot you are back to your
previous behavior.

On Mon, May 30, 2016, 13:05 Jay Bowles <email address hidden> wrote:

> Ah, I see!! Well they say you learn something new every day and yes
> 16.04 not 10.04. :)
> Not sure I really want to reproduce this on a working system but I will
> if needed. Having said that I am very green in this whole area...
> learning a lot though which is good. I'll follow this bug out of pure
> curiosity.
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