I have a few questions about the initial update following install of Mint 14 Cinnamon:
1) At one point, the Details output states "ureadahead will be rebuilt on next reboot." Is it necessary to rebuild ureadahead for proper system operation? I also understand that Linux rarely needs to be rebooted, so I'm wondering why this is necessary.
2) Many of my original .ubuntu system components got replaced with .deb components. Why aren't the .deb ones build right into the install .iso in the first place?
3) During install, the installer deletes a generic kernel image, and then the first update also tries to delete it and complains in an error message about not being able to find the directory. Is this supposed to happen, and what does it mean?