1 week ago
Enable "Apply updates automatically" in Update Manager:
OR simply run this command:
$ sudo mintupdate-automation upgrade enable
Append the following to
/etc/mintupdate-automatic-upgrades.conf - create the file if it doesn't exist;
#Security updates only
That's it! Security updates are now being installed automatically every day.
Automatic updates are installed with a
'mintupdate-cli' command that runs every day. It will append each line in that .conf file to it.
For example, if you for some reason want to only install kernel updates for some reason, add
--only-kernel to the .conf file.
'man mintupdate-cli' for more options.
Default command before checking
mintupdate-cli upgrade --refresh-cache --yes
Log file at: