How To Upgrade a .deb File
So I've installed an application on 12.04 which just required me to download / install the file with one simple command:
My question is now there's a new version of the software available. Does Ubuntu / Debian prefer that I remove the package 1st and then re-run the same command above but with the newer version or is it recommended / safe to roll the installation over the existing one?
sudo dpkg -i <some_packagae>.deb
"It said install Windows 98 or better so I installed Linux..."