Run this command to find the installed version of Ubuntu…
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You can also find it by using:
Try this out and see what you get!
Hey – that comment works on Non Ubuntu distros(worked in Fedora) – thanks for the feedback.
# GET AND SET UBUNTU VERSION INFORMATION
Here I have set the distribution, version and nickname to variables – using bash.
$ cat /etc/[A-Za-z]*[_-][rv]e[lr]*
Thanks Binny 🙂
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