I desire to totally upgrade everything in Debian:Stable including the release version, to the newest stable release available:
- Packages update
- Packages upgrade
- D:S minor_version
- D:S major_version
- D:S release_version
Each action will be done respective to others in that entire recursive (monthly/yearly) single process, while I assume that release_version will surly be the last.
In other words, I'd like to create a "fully rolling release stable Debian".
I do it when having at least weekly/daily automatic backups (per month) of all the data so if something was broken I restore a backup.
What will be the command to "brutally" upgrade everything whatsoever including doing a release upgrade? I was thinking about:
apt-get update -y && apt-get upgrade -y && apt-get dist-upgrade -y