Category: Ubuntu

Added: 29th of January 2021

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Find out what version of Ubuntu you are running, using the terminal

To find out what version of Ubuntu you are running, enter the following command in the terminal

lsb_release -d -c


The switch -d outputs the description in the terminal
The switch -c outputs the codename in the terminal

Output
Description: Ubuntu 20.10
Codename: groovy






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