** Description changed:

  [Impact]
  
-  * Current users running Xenial will be unable to upgrade to Yakkety via
+  * Current users running Xenial will be unable to upgrade to Yakkety via
  the GUI, due to missing package.  The button to update basically does
  nothing.
  
-  * Fixing this will allow the significant proportion of users likely to
+  * Fixing this will allow the significant proportion of users likely to
  upgrade via the GUI route to do so.
  
-  * The package ubuntu-release-upgrader-qt is a required component for
+  * The package ubuntu-release-upgrader-qt is a required component for
  GUI distribution upgrade in kubuntu, so reintroducing a dependency
  ensures this  is installed by default for such users.
  
  [Test Case]
  
-  * In software sources set the default Release upgrade path to Normal to
+  * In software sources set the default Release upgrade path to Normal to
  allow Xenial to Yakkety upgrade.
  
-  * In plasma-discover when offered the upgrade click the 'Upgrade' button to 
accept.
-  
-  * Without ubuntu-release-upgrader-qt installed the upgrade does not launch - 
failing with any apparent error message to the user. In effect the button 
appears to do nothing.
+  * In plasma-discover when offered the upgrade click the 'Upgrade'
+ button to accept.
+ 
+  * Without ubuntu-release-upgrader-qt installed the upgrade does not
+ launch - failing without any apparent error message to the user. In
+ effect the button appears to do nothing.
  
  * With ubuntu-release-upgrader-qt the upgrade launches and continues as
  intended.
  
  [Regression Potential]
  
-  * This is the installation a missing package via an updated dependency,
+  * This is the installation a missing package via an updated dependency,
  which is only used during release upgrades. Therefore it is anticipated
  that the regression potential is minimal. We are restoring a package
  that was always intended to be installed.
  
  [Original report:]
  
  Xenial 16.04.1
  plasma-discover (5.6.2-1ubuntu1)
  
  Previously in wily muon-updater depended on ubuntu-release-upgrader-qt,
  meaning this was installed by default.
  
  In Xenial muon-updater became a transitional dummy package for plasma-
  discover-updater, and this dependency was not carried over, resulting in
  ubuntu-release-upgrader-qt not being installed by default and a GUI
  release upgrade to Yakkety 16.10 failing silently to the user after the
  'Upgrade' button in software upgrades is clicked.
  
  The bug is initially filed against plasma-discover, however it may be
  more appropriate to update dependencies of another package instead.

** Changed in: plasma-discover (Ubuntu)
     Assignee: (unassigned) => Clive Johnston (clivejo)

** Also affects: plasma-discover (Ubuntu Xenial)
   Importance: Undecided
       Status: New

** Also affects: plasma-discover (Ubuntu Yakkety)
   Importance: Critical
     Assignee: Clive Johnston (clivejo)
       Status: Confirmed

** Changed in: plasma-discover (Ubuntu Xenial)
       Status: New => Confirmed

** Changed in: plasma-discover (Ubuntu Xenial)
   Importance: Undecided => Critical

** Changed in: plasma-discover (Ubuntu Xenial)
     Assignee: (unassigned) => Clive Johnston (clivejo)

** Changed in: plasma-discover (Ubuntu Yakkety)
   Importance: Critical => Low

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Title:
  missing depends on ubuntu-release-upgrader-qt - breaks GUI upgrades to
  yakkety

Status in plasma-discover package in Ubuntu:
  Confirmed
Status in plasma-discover source package in Xenial:
  Confirmed
Status in plasma-discover source package in Yakkety:
  Confirmed

Bug description:
  [Impact]

   * Current users running Xenial will be unable to upgrade to Yakkety
  via the GUI, due to missing package.  The button to update basically
  does nothing.

   * Fixing this will allow the significant proportion of users likely
  to upgrade via the GUI route to do so.

   * The package ubuntu-release-upgrader-qt is a required component for
  GUI distribution upgrade in kubuntu, so reintroducing a dependency
  ensures this  is installed by default for such users.

  [Test Case]

   * In software sources set the default Release upgrade path to Normal
  to allow Xenial to Yakkety upgrade.

   * In plasma-discover when offered the upgrade click the 'Upgrade'
  button to accept.

   * Without ubuntu-release-upgrader-qt installed the upgrade does not
  launch - failing without any apparent error message to the user. In
  effect the button appears to do nothing.

  * With ubuntu-release-upgrader-qt the upgrade launches and continues
  as intended.

  [Regression Potential]

   * This is the installation a missing package via an updated
  dependency, which is only used during release upgrades. Therefore it
  is anticipated that the regression potential is minimal. We are
  restoring a package that was always intended to be installed.

  [Original report:]

  Xenial 16.04.1
  plasma-discover (5.6.2-1ubuntu1)

  Previously in wily muon-updater depended on ubuntu-release-upgrader-
  qt, meaning this was installed by default.

  In Xenial muon-updater became a transitional dummy package for plasma-
  discover-updater, and this dependency was not carried over, resulting
  in ubuntu-release-upgrader-qt not being installed by default and a GUI
  release upgrade to Yakkety 16.10 failing silently to the user after
  the 'Upgrade' button in software upgrades is clicked.

  The bug is initially filed against plasma-discover, however it may be
  more appropriate to update dependencies of another package instead.

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