So Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (Long Term Support) has hit the market today, so I thought this would be a time to remind everyone their upgrade options.
LTS is the version you should be on if you are running a production machine (ie: work device) and you count on it for day to day use and depend on reliability and don't need the bleeding edge features or options, so if you this is you, or you just want to be on the latest version of Ubuntu this guide is for you.
Most of you can upgrade through the standard upgrade interface (ie: click the button that offers to upgrade to the latest release of Ubuntu) but I prefer the manual method via the command line.
If you are rocking an older version of Ubuntu you will put in the following command and follow the prompts:
sudo apt-get dist-upgrade
Edit: the proper command for upgrading an older version is sudo do-release-upgrade Not sudo apt-get dist-upgrade as previosly stated.
If you are already rocking 16.04 all you need to do is make sure your system is up to date:
sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade
Of course if you are new to Linux or just want to start from scratch you can always download the fresh ISO from here. Burn to a DVD or make a bootable flash drive and install it like you would normally install Ubuntu. (which I am not going to go into great detail as there are many places you can get this imformation).
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