Provided by: ubuntu-release-upgrader-core_22.10.8_all
do-release-upgrade - upgrade operating system to latest release
Upgrade the operating system to the latest release from the command-line. This is the preferred command if the machine has no graphic environment or if the machine is to be upgraded over a remote connection.
-h, --help show this help message and exit -V, --version Show version and exit -d, --devel-release If using the latest supported release, upgrade to the development release --data-dir=DATA_DIR Directory that contains the data files -p, --proposed Try upgrading to the latest release using the upgrader from Ubuntu-proposed -m MODE, --mode=MODE Run in a special upgrade mode. Currently "desktop" for regular upgrades of a desktop system and "server" for server systems are supported. -f FRONTEND, --frontend=FRONTEND Run the specified frontend -c, --check-dist-upgrade-only Check only if a new distribution release is available and report the result via the exit code --allow-third-party Try the upgrade with third party mirrors and repositories enabled instead of commenting them out. -q, --quiet -e ENV, --env=ENV A comma-seprated list of environment variables (e.g. VAR1=VALUE1,VAR2=VALUE2) that should be set during the upgrade.
update-manager(8), apt-get(8) October 2009 DO-RELEASE-UPGRADE(8)