The first two digits (in this case, 4.4) are the overall kernel package.
The third digit is the version, and the fourth digit shows you the level of patches and fixes.
Once the Plex Media Server update has been installed, we can remove the installation package that we downloaded to conserve space and keep our machine uncluttered.
The objective is to copy the URL of the download to your system’s clipboard. With the link to the newest Plex Media Server download copied to the clipboard, we can now SSH into our Ubuntu machine to begin the update process.
SSH into the machine that Plex Media Server is installed on and enter the following command to download the package, replacing the URL with the URL that you copied to your clipboard in step 3: 7.
((1) apt-get update with fastest repository mirror in my country (2) apt-get upgrade indicates I would download 400MB packages (3) selection of configuration: press arrow up/down to select and press TAB to highlight OK button and press Enter to accept it (4) apt-get dist-upgrade indicates I would download 100MB packages) First release upgrade, do the command line do-release-upgrade to automatically change your OS version 18.04 to latest OS version available 19.04.
This process takes the most time in my practice by downloading 800MB data in approximately 2 hours.
It is Open Source software – anyone can decompile, examine, and modify the code.
As technology progresses, developers discover patches and updates to the Linux kernel.
This is tutorial to upgrade your Ubuntu from 18.04 LTS to 19.04 using 'do-release-upgrade' command lines.
The upgrade process is divided to two steps, first to upgrade to 18.10, and second to upgrade to 19.04.
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