Updating gcc ubuntu
Ubuntu Linux has become one of the most popular of all the Linux distributions.And through the process of updating a system, you should be able to tell exactly why this is the case. Ubuntu uses two different tools for system update: The Update Manger is a nearly 100% automatic tool.To get information about a particular update all you need to do is to select a specific package and the information will be displayed in the bottom pane.To go ahead with the update click the When the process is complete, GNOME (or KDE) Package Kit will report that your system is update. Now let's take a look at upgrading Fedora via the command line.When the Update Manager opens click the Check button to see if there are updates available.
Whether you are using Ubuntu, Open Su SE, Slackware, Fedora, Mandriva, or anything in-between, the above illustrations should help you through updating just about any Linux distribution.
For some new users this left their machines outdated or without applications they needed. Now Linux is exponentially more user friendly - to the point where so much is automatic and ¬†that today's Linux hardly resembles yesterday's Linux.
Of course, at the time, most everyone trying their hand at Linux knew they were getting into something that would require some work. But even though Linux has evolved into the user-friendly operating system it is, there are still some systems that are fundamentally different than their Windows counterparts.
In fact, some distributions are distinctly different down to the type of file types they use for package management.
As you can see there are number of possible systems (and the above list is not even close to being all-inclusive).
As stated earlier, this is done with the help of the Your Fedora system is now up to date.