Updating ubuntu through terminal

22-Jun-2019 23:44

Wait for it to finish the installation or cancel it.If you cannot see the application then try running this command in the terminal to solve this error: If you do not know which is the root cause of error, then follow the instructions for each of them and then you can find it out.Have you had a look askubuntu.com/questions/612973/…, askubuntu.com/questions/223501/… Instead, I ended up with a system that was no longer usable.If I remember correctly, I ended up rerunning the Ubuntu installation with certain settings that was able to restore most of my system.If you only want to upgrade a specific package AND only if it is already installed, then use the command: Dude, I tried your change and it broke my Ubuntu 14.04 system !

It '[changes] the awareness level of new releases.

I wanted to know if there is a way to update a specific program from the command line, like will install latest available version, replacing the older one if needed.

But with some software (among which is Python) the situation is somewhat different.

Lets see how to tackle these problem one by one: Run the Update Manager.

And go to Settings as shown in the pic below: Now here, go to the Ubuntu Software tab and make sure that Software is restricted by copyright or legal issues field is checked.

It '[changes] the awareness level of new releases.

I wanted to know if there is a way to update a specific program from the command line, like will install latest available version, replacing the older one if needed.

But with some software (among which is Python) the situation is somewhat different.

Lets see how to tackle these problem one by one: Run the Update Manager.

And go to Settings as shown in the pic below: Now here, go to the Ubuntu Software tab and make sure that Software is restricted by copyright or legal issues field is checked.

Which means another process is already using the mentioned directory (necessary for the application to be installed) through Synaptic Package Manager, Update Manger, terminal or Ubuntu Software Center.