[Recommended] means the update is recommended for all users, and [restart] indicates that your Mac needs to reboot for installation to complete.
To download and install a specific update in the list, use the following format, but replacing NAME with the update's identifier: softwareupdate -i NAME Or: softwareupdate --install NAME Note that if the package name you’re trying to install has spaces in it, you'll need to enclose the whole thing in single quotes.
If you run softwareupdate as a normal admin user, you will be prompted for a password where required.) As some users will no doubt be aware, there are several additional options that can be used in conjunction with the softwareupdate utility.
For example, -schedule on/off enables/disables your Mac's scheduled background check for updates.
As an example you may not be able to write an image of a 64GB micro SD onto another 64GB card.
That's because actual real usable space may vary by manufacturer and in some cases even with the same manufacturer. if you don't want to create a sd image you can just back up your bios, roms, and configuration files from the samba shares You can use Rpi-clone, a shell script that runs directly on your Raspberry Pi.
When selecting a package there is also a help guide with extra information specific to that package: Package Help: The Package Help for each emulator should show you: If you are worried about conflicts during an update you can always just start with the latest fresh sd image which can be downloaded here and just copy all your files back over onto that instead of updating from an older image.
You can create an sd image of your current sd card with win32diskimager (if you're on windows) Note: images created this way can only be written to a micro SD card of the EXACT same size or bigger.All being well, Terminal will eventually prompt you to restart your machine manually so that the full installation procedure can complete.(Note that the softwareupdate utility requires admin authentication for all commands except the -l or -list command.Note that the following procedure only lists stock Apple system updates (i Tunes, Photos, printer drivers the like), but not updates for other Apple apps that aren't installed with mac OS (Xcode, for instance), and not third-party updates from the Mac App Store. Available updates always appear as items in a list.In our example, only one update is available at this time, but every item follows the same format, as shown: The asterisked line denotes the individual software update package that's available for your Mac to download. The second line offers a more detailed description of the update, including the version number (usually in brackets) and the download file size in kilobytes.This system is always enabled, it is impossible to disable it.