Updating ubuntu version

Go and In regards to @ulidtko's answer, a possible alternative to replacing the system python altogether may be to use an isolated environment with your desired python version.

This is similar to a "virtual environment", but for python itself.

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Some major, very- and incompatibly-different versions get packages.

For instance, Python 2.6, Python 2.7, Python 3.1 all live in separate packages on Ubuntu.

I wanted to know if there is a way to update a specific program from the command line, like will install latest available version, replacing the older one if needed.

But with some software (among which is Python) the situation is somewhat different.

Of particular importance is the fact that one of Ubuntu policies is to extensively use Python for writing end-user software.

So in fact, fairly large part of the system easily run on, say, Python 2.7 — because incompatibilities exist.

So I got the latest crouton update and updated saucy (and got messages in the output that saucy is no longer supported).

After updating it worked again when started with sudo startxfce4.

Thanks for taking the time to document this, @faddah.

I'm going to close this as a duplicate of #954 and it's open PR #1218.

To switch the system to Python 2.7 there needs to be done a piece of work, consisting of updating and re-testing all the scripts.

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