How to Know Which Ubuntu Version You’re Running Through Command-Line?

You can use the command-line for all the tasks that can be done with GUI and beyond. One of the examples of command-line’s makes-life-easier is to know the version of Ubuntu you’re running. Open terminal and execute the following. It would show you everything related to your distro you should know about.

cat /etc/lsb-release 

Of course, you can use GUI to know these info aesthetically. But why would you do that if you can know them with a single command?


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