Driver updating with ubuntu
DDM uses the repositories to download and install the appropriate packages.
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.
As stated earlier, this is done with the help of the Your Fedora system is now up to date.
The "Driver Manager" is an independent application, separate from "Software Sources" and which you can launch straight from the menu.
Drivers are listed by package name, and their version are clearly stated (in the case of the NVIDA drivers you can therefore choose according to a particular version instead of wondering what "current" or "updates" really mean).
In fact, if you wanted to tackle either task you were bound for the command line.
For some new users this left their machines outdated or without applications they needed.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.Let's take a look at how to update your system with the help of Apt.Follow these steps: Depending upon your desktop, you will either use the GNOME or the KDE front-end for Package Kit.Granted only two distributions were touched on here, but this should illustrate how easily a Linux installation is updated.Although the tools might not be universal, the concepts are.Within the confines of this article you will learn how to keep your Linux system up to date.In the process you might also learn how to install an application or two.Mint-Drivers relies on the same Ubuntu driver manager back-end and works the same way as software-properties-gtk.It just looks a bit better than Ubuntu Additional drivers.As you can see there are number of possible systems (and the above list is not even close to being all-inclusive).So to make the task of covering this topic less epic, I will cover the Ubuntu and Fedora systems.