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

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upgrading kali from iso image…Getting hash sum mismatch..help!

I followed the answers to -- how-to-upgrade-kali-linux-1-0-6-to-1-0-8-debian-using-an-offline-iso-image? Answer: Mount the ISO to /mnt directory sudo mount -t iso9660 -o loop /path/to/iso /mnt/ ...
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lxpolkit crash after fedup upgrade from Fedora 20 to Fedora 21

I have installed Fedora 20 + Windows 7 dual boot device. I tried to upgrade using fedup --network 21 --product=workstation After rebooting, lxpolkit crashed. Now network manager isn't working. I ...
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Wheezy to Jessie update broke root software RAID, can it be fixed?

Last night I attempted to update my PC from Debian 7, Wheezy (now old stable), to Debian 8, Jessie (now stable). On rebooting, the system broke at 0.267166 minutes into the launch telling me it can't ...
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systemd waiting too long for network at Debian 8.0 Jessie's boot

My system has booted up relatively fast while run Debian 7 Wheezy, but after upgrade to Debian 8 Jessie, and therefore SysVinit to systemd, it became a way, way slower. The thing, slowing down the ...
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RHEL not booting with the updated kernel after upgrade [closed]

We have recently upgraded RHEL boxes, but the system only booted with the old kernel. Observation is that there is no link /etc/grub.conf to /boot/grub/grub.conf. Now, to boot the system with the new ...
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Can't login on Kali Linux after update, only via tt1

While running an update on Kali Linux, my machine crashed and things got bad. The GUI was messed up, so I ran sudo apt-get install gdebi The system was updated successfully, but now I cannot login ...
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How to update an offline Debian 7 to Debian 8

I have an offline Debian 7 server, which I would like to update to Debian 8 at some stage, but I fear I'll do it wrong, so here I go ask you first for best practice to go about this. Currently the ...
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Getting the diff of a package update

Before (or after) updating a package with apt-get update, how can I view the source code diff between the the new and the old version?
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Suse: How to update a single package in SLES10 SP4

I am in the middle of an activity and have never worked with SLES10 SP4 In SLES11 zypper update glibc* update all glibc packages .. but this is not working in SLES10 SP4 .. can someone tell me how to ...
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Upgrading packages automatically

I'm fairly new to using servers (debian 7) and I'm currently running cron-apt to e-mail me when there are new upgrades available. Is the following command safe to run when new upgrades are shown? ...
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No sendmail.mc.rpmnew file after upgrade despite having sendmail.cf.rpmnew file

After upgrading to version 21 of Fedora OS, I was issued sendmail.cf.rpmnew and submit.cf.rpmnew files. Since sendmail uses .mc files to generate new configuration, I was expecting to receive ...
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Error during apt-get upgrade in wheezy

Today I wanted to upgrade my system from Debian Wheezy to Jessie. As first step I thought it is a good idea to upgrade the current wheezy-packages: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade ... ...
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Some of fn keys not recognized after upgrade

After upgrading my system (including kernel) I discovered that some of fn keys (XF86MonBrightnessUp and XF86MonBrightnessDown) are not recognized by xev and even showkey. Each time one of these keys ...
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apt-get update failed to fetch and /sources.list.d/ empty

Running the sudo apt-get update command, I got the following error: Fetched 988 kB in 16s (59,3 kB/s) W: Failed to fetch ...
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Why is the kernel version not updated when I upgrade to a newer release?

I think my Debian 8.0 (Jessie) installation is outdated, but the Package Updater always says All packages are up to date. The result of: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get -u upgrade is 0 upgraded, ...
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Upgraded to test branch by mistake in debian… how can I go back to stable?

I wanted to upgrade my GLIBC to a newer version on my remote server (to which I only have SSH access), so I added the test branch of Debian to my apt sources. I followed this by the mistake of ...
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Upgrading elementary OS to Freya

I have elementary OS Luna and I want to upgrade it to Freya. As I did past times in Ubuntu, I've waited to the package manager to notify me the new version is out and to upgrade the OS but Elementary ...
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Why is sshd getting restarted when yum cron starts?

I have a new server build (Centos 6.6), and have yum-cron installed and running in cron.daily. In looking through my messages and secure logs, it appears that right after yum starts updating and ...
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What happened after I upgraded the kernel version?

I have Linux Mint 17.1 Cinnamon version on my notebook HP Compaq 15-h050nl and about 1 month ago I upgraded the Linux Kernels to the current version (3.18.2-031802-generic) from the last version. ...
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The command “dmidecode -t 17 | grep Size” showing in CentOS release 6.5 (Final).

Recently I upgraded the system(Dell 720) RAM 8 to 16 GB(4*2[new ram]), but it is still showing old amount of RAM(ie 8GB). Please help me, If I need to install driver(module). Kindly Let me know all ...
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SSH demon not installed in linux embedded device

I have an embedded device which runs linux(arm). I am trying to update the executable through ethernet using scp command. But I got to know that sshd is not running in the device . I need to install ...
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Pacman can’t resolve dependencies: Archbang

I tried installing the latest Firefox (and other browsers like Palemoon) and was suggested to first use pacman -S --needed base-devel but got target not found:base-devel. Then I was informed by ...
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No sound with audio jack

I am using a Debian wheezy on Netbook eeepc 1001px After last kernel update When I plug the audio jack, I can here the electric charge but no sound when I remove it the internal speaker works ...
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Update from elementary OS Freya beta to stable

Freya stable released toady and I have installed Freya beta 2. I want to update to stable so tried using sudo apt-get dist-upgradebut it shows nothing. Do I have to make a clean install or is a update ...
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Run a program with a newer libc

How do I run a program that was compiled against glibc 2.14 on an old system? I'm unable to update anything. Can I download newest glibc and somehow have the program use it instead of the installed ...
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When should I restart my computer after an update?

When I use a GUI updater, sometimes it says that my computer needs to be restarted. But when I use apt-get upgrade for example, I can't find messages like this. I saw this answer, so do I need to ...
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Gentoo CPU_FLAGS_X86 doesn't work

I havn't updated my system for few months and found i have to add new option to my make.conf. Ok, so now i have CPU_FLAGS_X86="aes avx avx2 fma3 mmx mmxext popcnt sse sse2 sse3 sse4_1 sse4_2 ssse3" ...
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Error during ubuntu upgrade (errors were encountered while processing)

I am trying to upgrade my ubuntu from 11.10 to 14.10 but I got this error message when I ran sudo apt-get -f install errors were encountered while processing: ...
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Download updates from peer computer over LAN

As you may have heard, Microsoft announced that Windows 10 will allow you to download updates not just from their servers, but from multiple sources using peer-to-peer over LAN and the Internet. My ...
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Will Debian Wheezy (stable) automatically upgrade to Jessie once Jessie becomes the stable release?

I am on Debian Wheezy (stable) and routinely update my system via the basic: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get dist-upgrade In the future, once Jessie becomes the stable release, I wonder whether ...
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Ubuntu 14.04.2 LTS keeps telling that a new release is available

I have upgraded my Ubuntu VM from 13.10 to 14.04.2 LTS. When I log in, it keeps telling me that a new release "14.04.2 LTS" is available: Welcome to Ubuntu 14.04.2 LTS (GNU/Linux 3.11.0-18-generic ...
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Is there any way to upgrade from KDE 4 to 5 on Linux Mint 17?

Earlier you could install KDE5 via repository using Project Neon, like these: http://www.webupd8.org/2014/07/how-to-install-plasma-5-in-kubuntu-1410.html, but unfortunately PPA maintainer deleted it, ...
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Fedora upgrade stuck between version 16 and 20

I was given remote ssh access to a server running Fedora 16. I tried upgrading it to Fedora 20 and rebooted. But it looks like the system wasn't fully updated. # uname -a Linux garden ...
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Desktop gone after upgrade to Centos 6.6

I upgraded a local Centos VM from 6.5 to 6.6. After the update, no restart is needed and the desktop works. When I restart, I see the blue startup bar and CentOS 6.6 on the right side of it. When the ...
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How can I upgrade an application from new source?

I am runnign debian wheezy. I have PHP 5.4 installed from default repos. And now I have added these to sources list to upgrade to PHP 5.6 deb http://packages.dotdeb.org wheezy all deb-src ...
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Keeping OpenBSD up-to-date with openup

I installed OpenBSD 5.6 -RELEASE on a machine, and then kept it up to date with M:tier's openup. Is my machine now considered up-to-date, the same way as it would be if I where following the -STABLE ...
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Ubuntu 14 won't update

I'm running ubuntu 14 and when the auto Software Updater launches it errors and offers only a partial upgrade, then errors completely. When I run sudo apt-get update it's fine. But when I run sudo ...
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update kernel without restart

Recently Linux got a new feature called Live Kernel Patching, which you means you dont have to restart your system to update kernel. Is there any other kernel which has this feature already or Linux ...
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Problem dual booting windows 8 and ubuntu 14.04

I had windows 8 for like 12 months Yesterday I choose to install ubuntu 14.04. On windows 8 I had 2 partitions C(where windows was installed) and D(other ntfs partition). I shrunk D with 50 GB then I ...
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apt-get failed to find any updates for Debian squeeze

# ls -F /etc/apt/ apt.conf.d/ preferences.old sources.list trustdb.gpg trusted.gpg~ preferences.d/ secring.gpg sources.list.d/ trusted.gpg trusted.gpg.d/ # cat ...
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Debian offline dist-upgrade in one step

Is there a way to perform a distribution upgrade on an offline Debian system by making only one return trip to an online machine? I've managed to perform the equivalent of apt-get update && ...
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GHOST: glibc gethostbyname buffer overflow

https://rhn.redhat.com/errata/RHSA-2015-0092.html I can see md5sums of the packages, but cannot download them and my package manager says I'm up-to-date. [root@notebook log]# grep glibc-2 yum.log | ...
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shutdown, reboot, printer setup etc. unavailable to normal user after upgrading debian

I did an upgrade to my Debian Jessie box and after that shutdown, hibernate and suspend options are disabled in the gui. I can not even connect any new wifi connections via Network Manager. Also ...
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Updating vim on remote host

I want to lead this off by saying I'm quite new to any type of server administration so please bear with me. I am currently running a shared bluehost account. The current version of vim on the ...
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How to run unattended-upgrades not daily but every few hours

By default unattended-upgrades runs with cron.daily, that is at most on a daily basis. This can be a lot of time for attackers. I'd like to run it every 4 hours, how can I do this?
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getting error for sudo apt-get upgrade?

when i enter : sudo apt-get upgrade I get the following messages: Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading> state information... Done Calculating ...
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FreeBSD - major and minor upgrades using ports?

while upgrading my FreeBSD for the first time (from 10.0 --> 10.1) I got confused about the different possibilities. As far as I understand, freebsd-update does a binary update of FreeBSD like pkg ...
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How to disable automatic updates in CentOS 7?

CentOS Linux release 7.0.1406 (Core) / Linux 3.10.0-123.13.2.el7.x86_64 Last week, I noticed that when I tried to restart, there was an option to Install Updates & Restart. I do not recall ...
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Why does same program requires yum update on one machine but not another?

I have cpio-2.11-25.fc20.x86_64 installed on two machines: This program does not require an update on the first machine, but I was presented with a higher version 2.11-28.fc20 on the second machine. ...
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Upgrading sources.list.d

We have a reprepro-server which hosts some packages we have developed for our Ubuntu-systems. It contains packages for precies and trusty. Our systems have the reprepro-server configured in ...