On Thu, Apr 24, 2003 at 11:19:34AM +0200, Mauro Chiarugi wrote: > Il Tue, 22 Apr 2003 17:48:23 -0500 (CDT) > David Ehle s? che favelando > sibill?: > > > nightly apt-get update && apt-get upgrade > > But if it asks human interaction?? How can i do?? > apt-get --assume-yes upgrade That'll answer 'yes' to any questions asked (like, asking you if you want to install the package). I'm not a huge fan of doing this, without me actually executing it because it may break something or stop a service etc. etc. I have a shell script that's in /etc/cron.daily that looks like: #!/bin/sh # apt-get update apt-get --assume-yes --simulate upgrade #EOF So when it's executed, it does an apt-get update as normal and then does a simulated upgrade. So it shows you what would happen if there are packages to be upgraded but it doesn't actually apply it. With any output to STDOUT from cron, you get an email about it so this way I can look at these everyday and see which servers have updates availble for them and what will happen if I apply them. HTH, David. -- .''`. David Ramsden <email@example.com> : :' : http://portal.hexstream.eu.org/ `. `'` PGP key ID: 507B379B on wwwkeys.pgp.net `- Debian - when you have better things to do than to fix a system.
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