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How do I upgrade a specific software in Debian using apt?

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Open a terminal window and type the following:

sudo apt-get --only-upgrade true install softwarename

Press Enter.

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How to repair broken packages in Debian via the command line?

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Sometimes you want to experiment and sometimes it goes awry.

This issue may occur when installing applications from Kali Linux using Katoolin. To try to correct this, then the update manager will work again.

NOTE! There is no guarantee that below will correct the error, you may need to dig in the log file to find the error.

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How to upgrade the Linux Kernel of your Debian Linux?

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In January 2018, Debian 8 and 9 users received updates for the Meltdown vulnerability (CVE-2017-5754), which is affecting billions of units by allowing attackers to control unpleasant processes and reading memory from random addresses, including the kernel itself.

If you use Debian Jessie 8.xx, which comes with kernel 3.16.0-4-amd64, you need to upgrade your Kernel Linux.

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How to view NETFLIX movies on Debian Linux 8 - 9 ?

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First of all, get yourself an NETFLIX account, first month is usually "Free". Next step is to download and install the webbrowser Chromium or Firefox Quantum 64.0.0 and install it.

Now you are ready to watch movies streaming from NETFLIX.

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Is it possible to run Windows software under Debian Linux?

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Yes, there is the Wine Emulator that works with a variety of applications and simulates WindowsXP SP3.

Compatible software lists are available at the WineHQ site.

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Games For Linux

Windows has always been the preferred platform for gaming, but after STEAM's interest in Linux more game developers are making their games natively available for Linux.

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