How many times have you typed that, or called it up from command history?
There's a new utility I've discovered that, with one command, do better than that if you want a lean, clean system. And it claims to keep your Debian (Ubuntu) systems up to date and free from unused kernels, configurations, and cache. Here's what it does
- Update all available packages
- Update your Ubuntu system.
- Download and install updates.
- Check for the list of old Linux Kernels and uninstall them
- Clear the apt cache folder
- Uninstall packages that are obsolete and no longer needed
- Uninstall orphaned packages
- Delete package settings (from software you have previously uninstalled)
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:utappia/stable
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install ucaresystem-core
Note that it may restart so if you're updating a server, plan for this.