How to Update SqlBak on Linux

Below you can find some examples of how to update the SqlBak app Linux version on popular Linux distributions. Find the distribution you use and execute the appropriate command.

Ubuntu/Debian/Mint/Kali Linux

  1. Download package
    curl -o sqlbak.deb
  2. Install the latest version of the SqlBak app
    sudo apt-get install ./sqlbak.deb

RHEL/CentOS/OpenSUSE/Fedora/Oracle/Amazon Linux AMI/Photon OS

  1. Install the latest version of the SqlBak app
    sudo rpm -Uvh

8 thoughts on “How to Update SqlBak on Linux”

  1. Just tried to follow upgrade procedure for Ubuntu above, but apt-get was still giving 1.1.52 as the latest version, not 1.1.67

  2. Hi,
    i noticed my sqlbak linux installation performer automatic update scripts which got me some trouble because it failed every time.
    As for that i had some problems on my operations with sqlbak server which was not working at all, and i saw that on /usr/bin there was no more sqlbak link to executable.
    How can it is possible ?

  3. ubuntu 20.04
    sudo apt-get update

    Ign:13 stable InRelease
    Err:14 stable Release
    404 Not Found [IP: 443]
    Reading package lists… Done
    E: The repository ‘ stable Release’ no longer has a Release file.
    N: Updating from such a repository can’t be done securely, and is therefore disabled by default.
    N: See apt-secure(8) manpage for repository creation and user configuration details.


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