Feb 26, 2017 · apt-get update does not work It has been a couple of years since I worked with Ubuntu I have forgotten a lot. I have installed a virtual Ubuntu 16.04 server in VMware Workstation and have networking set to bridged mode.
sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install
- run: no_output_timeout: 1h command: | set -e killall apt-get apt-get -q -y update apt-get -q -y install any packages here Change mirrors. Sometimes official mirrors go down or are slow, or move to new URLS. If you have a known list of good mirrors, you can manually set them. Feb 26, 2017 · apt-get update does not work It has been a couple of years since I worked with Ubuntu I have forgotten a lot. I have installed a virtual Ubuntu 16.04 server in VMware Workstation and have networking set to bridged mode.
I am accustomed to updating systems with sudo apt get update and would like to ensure MacOS security updates are installed from the command line. This `software update' command was issued on my machine: $ softwareupdate -l Software Update Tool Finding available software No new software available. The article indicates that the unix equivalent is:
apt-get update apt-get upgrade apt-get install git Now if I run git --version it tells me I have git version 184.108.40.206 but on my local machine I have the much newer git version 220.127.116.11 I know I can install from source to get the newest version, but I thought that it was a good idea to use the package manager as much as possible to keep everything Apt-get & apt-cache are the command line package management utility in Ubuntu Linux.GUI version of apt-get command is the Synaptic Package Manager, in this post we are going to discuss 15 different examples of apt-get & apt-cache commands. Update package cache sudo apt-get -qq update Install the latest package version sudo apt-get install waagent Enable agent auto update. This version of Debian does not have a version >= 2.0.16, therefore AutoUpdate is not available for it. The output from the above command will show you if the package is up-to-date.