This one is great for a “Full Update” on debian / ubuntu machines.
It calls the script without ever installing anything (assuming curl is installed). Be sure to run as root, either with sudo or as root directly.
As you can see in the snippet; it uses a script that is remotely hosted (in a github gist). This is great because you can see exactly what it does by looking at the script. It just calls system commands, so it can’t do anything malicious. Just run sudo, then the above command and it will run the below script:
Another trick you can do with something like this, is copy it to /usr/bin/fullupdate (as root of course), and ensure its executable “sudo chmod +x /usr/bin/fullupdate”. Then you can call “sudo fullupdate”, from anywhere and use it when needed. Alternatively, you can use it on a cron to run on a schedule! If you don’t want all the options, just download the script and change it for your liking.
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