DISTRO-INFO(1) General Commands Manual DISTRO-INFO(1)NAME
distro-info - provides information about the distributions' releases
distro-info is a symlink to the distro-info command for your distribution. On Debian it links to debian-distro-info and on Ubuntu it links
to ubuntu-distro-info. All options described in this manual page are available in all distro-info commands. All other options, which are
not described here, are distribution specific.
date for calculating the version (default: today)
display help message and exit
list all known versions
latest development version
latest stable version
list of all supported stable versions
list of all unsupported stable versions
print the codename (default)
print the release version
print the full name
SEE ALSO debian-distro-info(1), ubuntu-distro-info(1)AUTHOR
The script and this manual page was written by Benjamin Drung <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
distro-info January 2011 DISTRO-INFO(1)
Check Out this Related Man Page
ltsp-info -- display troubleshooting information about ltsp server and chroots
ltsp-info will display information useful to troubleshooting issues on an LTSP server. Information should include server distro and
release, versions of LTSP related packages installed on the server, LTSP chroots and their package versions, LTSP image files and
Display more information, such as including the contents of detected files.
Do not display server information.
SEE ALSO lts.conf(5)AVAILABILITY
ltsp-info is part of ltsp package and the latest versions are available in source form from https://launchpad.net/products/ltsp (link to
URL https://launchpad.net/products/ltsp) .
Copyright 2006-2010 Vagrant Cascadian <email@example.com>, distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 or
any later version.
Vagrant Cascadian 20100129 ltsp-info(1)
I have a situation where I need to copy the files having the latest date.
For example I have a file by name bas100e1_jun05. I need to copy it to bas100e1. But when a file by name bas100e1_jul05 is put in the same directory the script should copy the file having the latest month which... (34 Replies)
I have a few questions regarding a UNIX script I've been asked to write (even though I barely know UNIX!).
I would like to write a script, that when run, will copy a file from one directory to another, copy and rename the same file with a datestamp to an archive directory, and them... (10 Replies)
I'm just getting started to lean C and I'm using Ubuntu today I found a tutorial at this site: http://einstein.drexel.edu/courses/CompPhys/General/C_basics/c_tutorial.html and I got an error after compiling the fist code:
#include < stdio.h>
} ... (9 Replies)
I'd like to install either Unix or Linux on my PC and I don't know which way to go- I've tried with HP-UX 11.11 and it failed but I've heard that LInux is the fastest growing operating system in the world.I am asking you thus what sort of Linux distribution would be the best choice for a... (8 Replies)
ok, im going to start off by saying i am a newbee so some of the stuff i say may not be right.
but anyways, right now i am using ubuntu hardy for my main distrobution. i love it and all, but the main reason i switched to linux (besides drm and the blue screen i see on my comp about ten times a... (13 Replies)
I ran some updates on my ubuntu hardy distro and after the running the updates I noticed that any website that is using PHP I cannot submit any thread. It gives a message saying,"opening newthread.php" and asks me where I want to save the php page. I know this is a bug and have read many items on... (11 Replies)
I have just installed Ubuntu because I need a linux system asap and Ubuntu seems to be easiest for that. But I plan on installing some other Linux distro's for a while (maybe on virtualBox too) so i can understand the inner workings of linux and especially more about unix. I know that alot of the... (11 Replies)
I have a lot of log files which contain lines in the format of (date info) or (info), and when I use grep to search for "date" I was able to get the (date info) line, but some info lines are a separate line after the (date info) line... for example like:
(date info info info)
(date... (8 Replies)
One of my mates want to try a more advanced version of Linux (he is currently using Linux Mint), but he only have notebook to try it out, it has following hardware(I know off):
1.8GHz Core 2 Duo
1 GB of ram
500GB HDD @7200
I don't know the audio, graphics and wireless card
But I have no... (14 Replies)
I recently installed Ubuntu 17.04 Desktop. I'm some what pleased with it, primarily because it is a free distro. But now I have found myself in the same boat I was in 30 years back, when I was teaching myself DOS.
I have installed Ubuntu Server on a separate machine just to tinker with and... (10 Replies)
What is your favorite Linux distro?
and possibly why?
Personally, I have Fedora 3 on my computer. I have used Ubuntu and Slackware, too. But I think I liked Ubuntu more, maybe because of its speed and easy installation of packages. (192 Replies)