Saturday, November 22, 2014

How to Update Ubuntu Through Terminal with Specific Commands

The popularity of Ubuntu operating system is growing up with every new day. You can DualBoot Ubuntu with Windows or install it in VMware. And Ubuntu programmers team updating OS often. And to install updates in Ubuntu usually you go to Settings > Details and it showing the status of your system, if you have already installed all updates you can see System Up-To-Date status or if there are new updates you can install them easily with one button.
But for some reasons Ubuntu users prefer update system through the terminal with specific commands. Because it will install all updates completely which you can't install from Details panel.

Open a terminal and execute commands given below one by one.
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get upgrade
sudo apt-get dist-upgrade
After updating process finished, I recommend you to restart the machine. Now you have the latest updates installed in your Ubuntu.