SO I clicked on the wizard which I thought would pay homage to you, the wizard! Instead of a wizard "like" it connected me to the wizard icon...I AIN'T no wizard for sure. Sorry about that...I'll just do thumbs up from now on 8-)
#1) I had just finished applying a TS restore which included the home folder to a freshly installed 20 Mint Mate. After finishing, there was a message which said (paraphrasing) there were errors and there was the possibility that it may not either boot or function...
Thanks for the reply. So its the dependencies are what is left and cause the Update Manager to continue to offer updates. The code you mentioned removes the dependencies, and thus no more unwanted updates...
I assumed the 4.15 kernel is already deleted due to it no longer appearing in the attached screenshot. My issue is stated in the 1st discussion. Now I realize my original question should have been:
How to remove kernel update prompts from the Update Manager on kernels no longer installed?
So, I have one more question (AND YOU'RE THE MAN on this subject!!!).
So by choosing both of the "including all" options in the user home directories screen of TS , not only will I be saving everything I myself have added to the OS, but also the apps I've added?