How to find your distro

How to find your distro

Postby gvhools » 13 Oct 2013, 09:55

How to find your distro


1.Open a terminal

2.Run
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lsb_release -a


example:
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gvhools@giorgos:~$ lsb_release -a
No LSB modules are available.
Distributor ID:   PointLinux
Description:   Point Linux 2.2 (taya)
Release:   2.2
Codename:   wheezy
Os:Zorin Lite 7 32bit & Point 32bit
CPU:4 x Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Q8300 @ 2.50GH &
RAM:4GB - 2 x 2GB & GPU:NVIDIA- GTS 250- 1 GB GDDR3 &
Res:1920x1080

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Re: How to find your distro

Postby TNFrank » 01 Nov 2013, 19:10

You can also install hardinfo and get all kinds of information about your system and do benchmarking as well. Just do a "sudo apt-get install hardinfo" and let it install then look under Applications/System Tools/System Profiler and Benchmark and open it up and check things out "under the hood" so to speak.
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Re: How to find your distro

Postby Dagg » 03 Nov 2013, 17:15

Another way (same as Debian) :

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$ cat /etc/issue
Point Linux 2.2 \n \l
PL 2.3.2 amd64 Full
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