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Upgrading Linux and Other Applications

Chapter 10. Upgrading Linux and Other Applications

To get the most out of your Linux system, such as adding features, getting rid of potential bugs, and ensuring it is reasonably free of security holes, it is a good idea to keep your server -- including the Linux kernel, modules, and user applications -- upgraded. At times it may also be necessary to upgrade hardware components such as a larger hard drive. This chapter will address these issues.