A system administrator issues the apt-get upgrade command on a Linux operating system. What is the purpose of this command?
- Every application installed will update itself to the latest version.
- Operating system updates are downloaded and will be installed.
- The remote repository of applications and dependencies will be updated to the latest version.
- A specific application named upgrade will be installed.
Explanation: When the
apt-get upgrade command is isued in a Linux terminal, all installed applications will attempt to upgrade to the latest version available.
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