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Re: Update on my update problem with gnome system.

Le 25/05/2018 à 21:33, Joe a écrit :
>> Le 19/05/2018 à 21:03, Hans a écrit :
>>> Isn't it today "apt update" and "apt full-upgrade"?  
>> Thanks, I didn't know this new "full-upgrade" command.
>> Is "apt full-upgrade" equivalent to "apt-get dist-upgrade" (or apt
>> dist-upgrade)?

> More or less. Apt-get is actually a bit less intelligent, but in the
> case of upgrades of very large numbers of packages (400+), that seems to
> work better. It has been recommended for several version upgrades in
> preference to aptitude.
> I haven't used apt, but I've used aptitude to upgrade long-neglected
> unstable installations, and I've known it to run overnight without
> finding a solution.
> For smaller numbers of packages, aptitude (and presumably apt) is
> generally quicker at reaching a solution, apt-get may have to be run a
> few times with selected packages to break an impasse.

I don't use aptitude. I use only apt and apt-get but I believe apt is
just a shortcut for apt-get. `apt update` is equivalent for me to
`apt-get update` and `apt dist-upgrade` to `apt-get dist-upgrade`
(correct me if I am wrong).

My question was if apt (or apt-get) dist-upgrade was equivalent of apt
(or apt-get) full-upgrade?