Originally posted by Dead Parrot
"apt-get update" only updates the package-lists so that apt-get sees what package versions are currently available. After that you need to do "apt-get upgrade" if you want to upgrade your installed software.
Gedit is a GUI text editor for Gnome. In terminal mode you can use the nano text editor (or vi).
Yes i noticed that too now, with upgrade it does make a package list
but gives the same mistakes as apt-get update in the end.
btw my apache is only version 1.3
"Follow packages have been kept back
apache apache-common base-config tasksel "
and it ends with W: couldn't stat source package list ......
W : you may want to run apt-get update to correct these problems
so none of the 2 commands work :-/
Still thnx for helping!