How to update Ubuntu Linux using command line ?

In this post, we show you the simple steps you need to follow on your command line to make sure Ubuntu is always upgraded to latest version.

Update Ubuntu package list

 $ sudo apt-get update

Upgrade all installed packages in current Ubuntu distribution

 $ sudo apt-get upgrade

Upgrading all software’s in current Ubuntu distribution (smart way)

 $ sudo apt-get dist-upgrade
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