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Ubuntu always up to date

A simple script that will keep ubuntu up to date for you

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Description

How to run Ubuntu always up-to-date. Download the installer make it executable. Run the installer and follow what it ask you to fill in.

Found any bugs or feature request mail me softwarerens@gmail dot com.

Project is alive 12-10-2014 a new version will be released around November, December 2014.

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Features

  • Keep Ubuntu auto up to date
  • Unstable fixing package manager errors (version 2.0)

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Unix Shell

Registered

2012-09-25

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