To upgrade is to replace a piece of hardware or software with a better, and usually newer, version or component.

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'E:The package linux-headers-3.5.0-54 needs to be reinstalled, but I can't find an archive for it. ' when upgrading the system

I am using Ubuntu 12.04, and I try to upgrade to 14.04.1 using the terminal using: do-release-upgrade but I keep getting the following error: SystemError: E:The package linux-headers-3.5.0-54 ...
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“Shell connection” item disappeared from Midnight Commander menu

I have performed an upgrade of my distro (openSUSE 13.1 -> 13.2) and now no long see menu item in Midnight Commander that allows me to perform operations with remote files via SSH. Coressponding menu ...
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How to update kali without internet connection manually?

I have installed kali linux in virtual box with a windows host, and when I try to update kali it completes 5-10 packages and aborts saying connection failed. I have a slow connection and want to get a ...
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centos dropbox newest version not starting

I have some issues getting dropbox to run on Centos 6.3. These issues started after I recently got a security warning to upgrade Dropbox. Before this, the older version (not sure which one exactly) ...
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Invoking cp from within BASH and using the -u option

Is there a way to have cp's --update option print files that did not copy because the source directory contained a newer version of the file?
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How to do a binary install of Python 2.7 on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11?

My SLES11 box came with Python 2.6 installed. I would like to upgrade to 2.7. What is the easiest way to do this?
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Yum update error and returns system error

Error Type: Error Value: File contains no section headers. I don’t understand I did not edit or did anything to that repos.d file :( [root@planetery ~]# yum update Loaded plugins: fastestmirror, ...
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How do I fix a transaction error?

I have Transaction check error between nodejs-0.10.33-1nodesource.fc20.x86_64 and nodejs-semver-2.1.0-1.fc20.noarch. Full error at gist:8998690a05100b1f6085 When I run yum list nodejs I get: ...
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Yum won't update package

I am trying to update the package minetest from 0.4.9 to 0.4.10, but when I update the whole system, it states that there are no updates available. If I try to update the package alone, I get the same ...
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Why is there no “mark for upgrade” in Synaptic Package Manager for upgradeable packages?

The help docs mention marking for upgrade. The context menu and menu bar do not have this option listed at all, and the only non-greyed-out options are marking for removal or complete removal. There ...
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insmod: ERROR: could not insert module 8188eu.ko: Invalid module format

I'm trying to use the TL-WN725N as an USB WiFi-Adapter with Fedora 20. I followed these insructions and the adapter worked fine and even survived two updates during the last few weeks. Then I did a ...
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Debian Jessie updates

I've installed Jessie about 2 months ago (from a fresh download from Testing), and I never see package updates notifications. And I am never asked to download anything. Is there something I have to ...
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Why libpam-systemd run interactively on apt upgrade, even when specified force-confdef/force-confold

I upgrade my packages using aptitude, specifying the apt options --force-confdef and --force-confold. This generally works, but the package libpam-systemd (204-5ubuntu20.8, on Ubuntu 14.04) still ...
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Packages to rebuild after upgrading gcc on gentoo systems

Which packages should be rebuilt after upgrading gcc on a gentoo system? Is it sufficient to run # emerge -a --oneshot `equery depends gcc |awk '{print " ="$1}'` as suggested similar for perl in ...
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Trouble with opkg package manager in Angstrom embedded linux on Colibri module ARM v7 processor

I am working on a Colibri module having Angstrom linux installed in it! The processor is ARM v7. I am having trouble updating the softwares installed in the system. Whenever I tried the command opkg ...
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tmux client/server version mismatch during distribution upgrade

It has become fashionable to run distribution upgrade in a tmux terminal to avoid remote connection issues or issues with the X server (e.g. opensuse documentation). Yet this does not take into ...
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How to properly upgrade glibc?

The firmware of my NAS comes with a rather old version of glibc, namely 2.5. In order to cope with some precompiled binaries linked* to glibc 2.15, I would like to upgrade it. From some simple testing ...
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Install latest GTK without building myself

I'm using GTK3.4 and I need to update to > GTK3.10 for a theme editor I would like to use. I've never built something like that from source and the task looks a bit daunting. I've looked at what's ...
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How can I upgrade a complete list of packages from stable to backports

I have installed Qt 4.8.2 from Debian Wheezy on my system. Now, some application requires Qt 4.8.3 on my machine, so I looked at the versions and found that Qt 4.8.6 is avaliable in Wheezy-Backports: ...
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How can I upgrade MySQL in Debian using apt-get?

I'm using the Turnkey Linux virtual machine. The version of Debian in there is apparently on the "Wheezy" upgrade path (if that's what you call it). I'm not completely comfortable with Linux, as you ...
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Writing ISO (Specifically Debian Jessie) to an SD Card

When updating Debian Wheezy (the stable release) to Jessie, it crashed, so it is currently unusable. The only solution to this, as far as I can tell, is to overwrite Jessie on top of what is currently ...
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Delaying kernel upgrades on Arch Linux

On Arch Linux, whenever a kernel upgrade is applied (via pacman -Su), problems occur. For example, iptables can no longer be used: # iptables -L iptables v1.4.21: can't initialize iptables table ...
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Unable to start skype in Xubuntu [duplicate]

After xubuntu updating the skype I am unable to launch the last. sudo apt-get autoremove --purge skype Erase /.Skype by graphic client sudo add-apt-repository "deb http://archive.canonical.com/ ...
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Odd behavior of software sources GUI in Ubuntu-based eOS (sources selected in the background)

Oddly enough, they all look unselected - I do not know that this is really true, but they look like they are not selected. But most odd is that selecting them is impossible - as seen HERE. For a ...
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How do I set kernel-ml default in CentOS?

I have installed kernel-ml package from http://elrepo.org/tiki/kernel-ml Now I have both the original CentOS kernel and kernel-ml. How do I set kernel-ml as default on boot? Thank you!
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Why does RHEL offer updates for hardware I don't have?

RHEL 7 offers me to install 150+ updates, and it seems most part of these updates are not applicable to my server. For example it offers to install some "WiFi" Firmware, but my server doesn't have any ...
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BASH-3 update: how to revert / undo the changes?

I am using Mint 17, 64-bit with Cinnamon. I recently updated Bash and following the update mint drivers are missing and mint is not working. So I want revert the changes. How can I do it? For ...
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How to update apache 2.2.12 to 2.2.15 on SUSE enterprise linux server 11?

I have a requirement where I need to upgrade my Apache on SUSE enterprise Linux server 11 from 2.2.12 to 2.2.15. I tried searching on web but couldn't get any definitive answers.
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How can I update BASH [duplicate]

How can I update BASH? I noticed that there are version 4.2.45 env x='() { :;}; echo vulnerable' bash -c "echo this is a test" this is a test cat /etc/redhat-release CentOS release 5.11 (Final) rpm ...
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Do I have to reboot after updating bash to avoid shellshock?

I've updated my systems to the latest versions of bash (Fedora: bash-4.2.48-2.fc19.x86_64 and CentOS: bash-4.1.2-15.el6_5.2.x86_64) Is merely updating enough to avoid the exploit or do I need to then ...
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Can't change update settings on elementary?

I can't update elementary os, when I try to change the settings 'Install updates from', none of the check boxes will check, it stays like the following image. What should I do?
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Upgrading CentOS 6.3 to 6.5

[Note: I manually moved this here from StackOverflow] I'm trying to update CentOS 6.3 to 6.5. If it matters, I'm doing this inside VBox 4.3.8, on a Mac running OSX 10.9.2. Following directions found ...
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Fedora 20 won't startup after shutdown during kernel update

I had a few bugs in my System(System Settings not opening and Firefox not starting) and I thought a kernel update(via yum) could do it some good. During that update, I suddenly got logged out as if ...
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Need to automate the updating of the crontab file

We have an automated process where a server is built, and after applications/middleware are installed using another automated process, and the crontab needs to be updated for those ...
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How to upgrade Apache 2.2.15 to 2.4.4 in CentOS

I want to upgrade Apache from 2.2.15 to 2.4.4 in CentOS. Do I need to download update files to a folder and update Apache? Is this even possible?
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Upgrade apache 2.2 on CentOS 5.1

I need to UPGRADE Apache on a CentOS 5.1 server. Its currently at 2.2.14 and I want to bring it up to the latest 2.2.29. Upgrading the OS is not an option, and I don't want to install Apache 2.4 and ...
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Upgrading from Fedora 17 to Fedora 20 (or higher)

I'm trying to upgrade my fedora 17 install to a more recent version. I have tried the following methods, which don't work: First, using fedup: # yum install ./fedup-0.8.1-1.fc20.noarch.rpm Loaded ...
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Intel Centrino Wirelsess-N 1030 not getting connected on generic mode in ubuntu 14.04

I upgraded Ubuntu from 12.04 to 14.04. After upgrading neither WLAN and ethernet work and also does not work in recovery mode (enable networking) or root shell. When booting the previous version ...
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ntpd installed to local directory, now have two versions

I got the latest version of ntpd because the binary releases have vulnerabilities. Unfortunately, after I built it and ran make install, it was installed to /usr/local/sbin, but the system is running ...
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How do I get rid of these broken package errors and install Mate in Linux Mint 16 Petra?

I have upgraded my computer to Linux Mint 16 Petra. Everything worked smoothly during the install with no errors, or indications of any problems. However, after I rebooted, Mate was no longer an ...
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How does linux driver update work?

As far as I know no update on a linux machine requires a restart. Windows however needs to restart several times for a update to complete which is understandable because the hardware might be in use ...
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/boot too small to upgrade

Trying to upgrade from F15 to F17. I need to find a way to increase /boot size without destroying data. Details: I tried upgrading using preupgrade process and via booting from Net iso on USB and ...
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How can I install all packages when apt-get dist-upgrade does nothing?

On my Debian system (Raspian Raspberry Pi), some packages were kept back. I tried sudo apt-get dist-upgrade, but this did not result in an upgrade. $ sudo apt-get upgrade -y Reading package lists... ...
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How to upgrade TurnKey Linux 12.1 to 13.0

I have a Turnkey Linux 12.1 installation that I would like to upgrade to Turnkey Linux 13.0. The upgrade should transition from Squeeze 6.0.8 to Wheezy 7.x. I want to upgrade the Wheezy to utilize a ...
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many many dpkg errors while upgrading

I am using Ubuntu 14.04, newly upgraded from 12.04. I was trying to upgrade my software, but it is showing many, many dpkg errors regarding texlive-*. When I type following command: sudo apt-get ...
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After upgrading the kernel, the sound no longer works

I have updated the Linux kernel on my system to Linux 3.11-2-amd64 #1 SMP Debian 3.11.10-1 (2013-12-04) x86_64 GNU/Linux. Having done that, the sound no longer works. Distribution Info(cat ...
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All Domains Missing After Plesk Parallels Upgrade From 11 To 12

I've just used the Parallels upgrade service (autoinstaller in terminal). I upgraded from Parallels 11 to 12. I logged into the panel, it asked me all the personal info and I started to get nervous. ...
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Automatic security updates on Debian squeeze server

For a production Debian squeeze server, what are the best practices or recommendations for handling security updates? I have seen various articles on cron-apt, apticron, unattended-updates, apt cron ...
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Fedora Upgrade Error

I was trying to upgrade to Fedora 16 (I had f14) using preupgrade. However, it fails at the end (after saying: preparing transaction from installation source) and gives the following error: A fatal ...
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stable, stable/updates and stable-updates in the sources.list

Very often now I have seen sources.list files (including my own) that contain lines like these: deb http://security.debian.org/ testing/updates main contrib non-free deb ...