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When you have auto update enabled, your system periodically checks for new versions of Java.When a new version is found we ask your permission to upgrade your Java installation.Postings that are unrelated to the topics covered on this forum or that is offensive to the crowd will not be tolerated. This forum gives you the freedom of speech worldwide but do not abuse it.If you post dirty or unrelevant material on this forum and police - cyber crime units ask us for your information it will be provided on a needed basis. If this abuse continues strict guidelines will be put in place which will limit the use of this forum for you.Do not use this forum to post dirty material or impersonate someone else.Posting phone numbers of others will not be tolerated.Instructions and caveats for the upgrade may be found at: Ubuntu 14.04 LTS continues to be actively supported with security updates and select high-impact bug fixes.
By enabling your system to check for the latest version, you keep your system secure with the latest patch updates.
After completion of the upgrade I installed Freemind, but it didn't get started even though the installation was complete without any error. The supported upgrade path from Ubuntu 13.10 is via Ubuntu 14.04 LTS.
At that time, Ubuntu Security Notices will no longer include information or updated packages for Ubuntu 13.10.
You should leave this process running in order to ensure getting the latest secure Java version.
Yes, updating to Java 7, using Auto Update or updating through the Java Control Panel, will remove the highest version of Java 6 installed.