I used to use a 2 command 1 liner to update my system:
sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get dist-upgrade
That was easy enough to type out now and then. But over time it grew to include removing and cleaning downloaded packages as well.
Then there’s the matter of knowing if an update requires a system restart.
The lazy me put it all into one bash script and made it globally accessible and executable:
apt update && apt full-upgrade && apt-get autoremove && apt-get autoclean
if [ -f /var/run/reboot-required ]; then echo && cat /var/run/reboot-required; fi
Placed it in /usr/local/bin/apt-upgrade and made it executable with sudo chmod +x /usr/local/bin/apt-upgrade .
Now I can run sudo apt-upgrade on all of my servers and it’ll update things as well as letting me know if a reboot is required.
Do not consider on my English, I am from Iran.I installed the virus on your system.After that I pilfered all confidential info from your OS. Furthermore I received some more compromising evidence.The most interesting evidence which I thieftend- its a record with your self-abusing.I adjusted malicious software on a porn web site and after you installed it. As soon as you picked the video and pressed play, my software immediately set up on your OS.
After loading, your web camera shoot the record with you self-abusing, furthermore it saved precisely the video you watched. In next week my malicious software collected all your social and work contacts.
If you wish to delete the videotape- transfer me 380 united state dollar in BTC(cryptocurrency).
I provide you my Bitcoin wallet address - [redacted]
You have 22 hours from this moment. When I receive transfer I will destroy the evidence forever. Differently I will send the tape to all your contacts.
Sent 5 days ago to my work address, no less.
Guess I got away with it!