I need a way to check for updates via the terminal, and for it to return a list of available updates, or at least return something that says updates are available. I can't use something like sudo aptitude, I need it to spew out the list as return arguments. Anybody know something that does this?
Ubuntu check for updates via terminal
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Ubuntu check for updates via terminal
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