That's automatic and you can check it by just looking at the archive. I
did not look in this case to see if it is right, but it was in the
previous case (wine?).
I think someone should see my comment #4 on
** Bug watch added: GNOME Bug Tracker #779379
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unity-control-center in installed software is listed with wrong icon
Status in unity-control-center package in Ubuntu:
Status in unity-control-center source package in Xenial:
Status in unity-control-center source package in Yakkety:
Status in unity-control-center source package in Zesty:
In Ubuntu Software under Installed programs the listing for
gnome-control-center package has title "Wacom Tablet" and tablet icon.
This is dangerously confusing, as average user can easily remove control
center without knowing it.
I propose disabling gnome-control-center removal from Ubuntu Software by
moving it to "System Applications" section.
1. From a terminal run:
$ gnome-software --details-pkg unity-control-center
The title/description is from one of the panels inside u-c-c, e.g. "Wacom
Tablet" or "Universal Access".
The title and description should be for unity-control-center.
NOTE: This requires the appdata to be updated and re-downloaded before this
Low, we now just distribute appdata information.
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