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Get rid of all entries under /etc/apt/sources.list.d/ except for getdeb.list official-package-repositories.list I have only those two on my Linux Mint 17 VM client system (and virtualbox.list in addition to that on my host). You e.g. move those files away instead of immediately deleting them: sudo mkdir /root/tmp_sources sudo mv ...


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These are Long Term Releases: There are usually several "longterm maintenance" kernel releases provided for the purposes of backporting bugfixes for older kernel trees. Only important bugfixes are applied to such kernels and they don't usually see very frequent releases, especially for older trees. Source: https://www.kernel.org/releases.html


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LTR stands for Long Term Release. This is also known as a LTSR, short for Long Term Support Release. These releases are supported for a longer time, and are meant to be used in Production Environments, where stability is preferred over new features. In terms of the kernel you are reading about, the LTR cycle is about 3 years. This means if you are a user ...


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This is why you shouldn't use pure shell scripting. Instead, is better to use something that is meant for the task, like uscan (which is a perl script), instead of doing it yourself: $ uscan --watchfile teamspeak --package TeamSpeak3 --no-download --verbose --upstream-version 3.0.16 -- In test, processing watchfile line: ...


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I'm not sure what it is you're asking exactly. Assuming you mean you want to find the latest version listed in http://dl.4players.de/ts/releases/, you can do this: curl -s http://dl.4players.de/ts/releases/ | \ grep -Po '(?<=href=")[0-9]+(\.[0-9]+){2,3}(?=/")' | \ sort -Vr | head -1 Example output: 3.0.16 Explanation: Note that the directory ...


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I'd take the URLs and parse the version number from it: $ echo 'http://dl.4players.de/ts/releases/3.0.16/TeamSpeak3-Client-linux_x86-3.0.16.run' \ | awk -F'_x86-' '{print $2}' | sed 's/.run//' 3.0.16 With the version parsed out you can then use sort to determine which version is newer. Specifically with sort, using its -V switch, which newer versions ...



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