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Ukraine Bernd 2021-02-16 20:47:15 ⋅ 7mn No. 110036
to update the apt-get itself type: [b]apt-get update[/b] pretty straightforward, right? to update all packages type: [b]apt-get upgrade[/b] pretty simple, right? to update a single package type: [b]apt-get update && apt-get upgrade[/b] and a [b]package name[/b] because why not both, right?
Russia Bernd 2021-02-16 21:13:33 ⋅ 7mn No. 110038
Looks ok for me. Where is the catch? How do you expect it to work? Read your mind?
Bernd 2021-02-16 23:19:42 ⋅ 7mn No. 110054
>>110038 one word for update arguments to update either self or everything
Russia Bernd 2021-02-17 16:45:08 ⋅ 7mn No. 110118
>>110054 You don't understand what [b]update[/b] actually does and does not. It does not install or update any packages, that's why it does not require any arguments. Actually, you can execute [i]apt-get upgrade <package_name>[/i] without calling [i]apt-get update[/i] before and install a package. Here is your one word.
Ukraine Bernd 2021-02-17 17:08:36 ⋅ 7mn No. 110120
>>110118 >Actually, you can execute apt-get upgrade <package_name> without calling apt-get update didn't worked for me this way and the line i posted in OP i found in a tutorial: https://www.3cx.com/blog/voip-howto/os-security-updates-debian/#:~:text=To%20update%20a%20single%20package,name%20we%20want%20to%20update.&text=Press%20%E2%80%9Cspace%E2%80%9D%20to%20scroll%20through,apt%2Dget%20upgrade%20packagename%20command. so i assumed apt-get is just retarded
Russia Bernd 2021-02-17 17:15:32 ⋅ 7mn No. 110123
>>110120 >didn't worked for me this way I'm 98% sure you did something wrong. Have you had somehow older version installed and then tried to install something newer? >apt-get is just retarded That's true, but it also applies to any other package manager which based on apt lib. So you won't find anything better most likely.
Ukraine Bernd 2021-02-17 17:31:40 ⋅ 7mn No. 110130
>>110123 >Have you had somehow older version installed and then tried to install something newer? yes, i tried to upgrade openjdk, but apt-get threw "package not found" exception, despite the package was definitely installed this is why i started to think that apt-get (or whatever is in under the hood) is retarded >So you won't find anything better most likely. that Ubuntu machine is not mine on my machine i use pacman pacman options are less intuitive i'd say, but way easier to memorize IMO