A while ago, I installed Linux on my laptop along with Windows. I used GRUB instead of the Windows Boot Manager to switch between both installs. However, when Linux updates GRUB, it won’t detect the Windows partition and as a result, won’t add it to the GRUB boot menu list. So to fix this, we’ll need to install OS Prober.
I recently started moving away from closed source software like Windows and Google products. One of my latest projects is to move away from Windows OS as much as possible. However, since I have a Surface device, Ubuntu doesn’t come with all of the drivers. The main issues I encountered were that the touch screen doesn’t work and the WiFi doesn’t come back after the system is suspended.
So a few months ago, I was having trouble installing updates on one of my Ubuntu Linux servers. When I ran,
sudo apt-get upgrade I got the following error message listed below.
Updating SSL certificates is one of those repetitive and boring tasks that you have to do managing a web server. But, it’s also one of the most important when it comes to the security of your website. So lets automate it!
Originally, I planned on using Landscape to handle updating my Linux servers, but it only allows ten servers to be added before you need to upgrade to a paid license. And, after a while, I got tired of logging to my landscape server to reboot servers after updates were installed. So I setup all of my Linux servers to install updates, auto remove unnecessary dependencies and reboot the server automatically.