HOW TO IDENTIFY WHETER YOU HAVE DEEPIN STABLE OR UNSTALBE

¿Cómo identificar si tengo base estable o inestable?

Hi folks, today we present a new method for identifying whether we are using Deepin stable or unstable based base, this after a failure in Deepin 15.10.1 unstable causing the "lsb_release" command parameter return Codename with incorrect information.

We have prepared the following procedure to make it easier for you to identify if you are using Deepin stable or unstable because in some situations this information could be important. If you need to know what exact version of the system has please complete the following steps:

Download the following script and save it to Desktop:

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ANALYZER VERSION Deepin

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ANALIZADOR DE VERSIÓN PARA DEEPIN

Once downloaded, please verify that the file checkdeepin.sh You're at your desk. Then minimize all windows to view the desktop.

Right-click an empty spot on the desktop and then click the option to open the terminal.

Run the command:

sh checkdeepin.sh

You get one of the following responses:

Se ha detectado Deepin basado en Debian inestable.
Se ha detectado Deepin basado en Debian estable.

You could also get other answers if you perform the procedure in other distribution or if you have errors in your system configuration.

That's all for today, they can obtain related information in the following links.

Special thanks to Hugo Florentino for your colaboration.

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MildloudMouth
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This is very useful especially now haha ​​thanks!

Osvaldo Daniel Cardozo
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Thanks guys are geniuses!

Eli
Publisher

Excellent article Isaías Gätjens MIsa Gätjens M, Thank you Osvaldo Daniel CardozoOsvaldo Daniel Cardozo for his kind words.

Antonio Arapovic
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me salen las sh: 0: Can’t open checkdeepin.sh no entiendo ?????

Socorro Hernádez Cortes
Member

Greetings all, I have a question I did what the present article and showed me this:
#! / Bin / sh

SRCLIST = "/ etc / apt / sources.list '

if [-f "$ {SRCLIST}»]; Then
DEBDIST=$(grep -E ‘^deb .*/deepin/? \S+ main’ «${SRCLIST}» \
| sed -r ‘s/^.* (\S+) main .*$/\1/’)
if [$ (echo "$ {DEBDIST}" | wc -l) -gt 1]; Then
ECHO 'His' sources.list' seems inconsistent; You must repair it. "
exit 1
fi
if [ "$ {DEBDIST}" = "panda"]; Then
Echo "Deepin is detected based on Debian unstable."
elif [ "$ {DEBDIST}" = "lion"]; Then
Echo "Deepin is detected based on Debian stable."
else
I miss "does not seem to have a Deepin distribution."
fi
else
I miss "does not seem to have a distribution derived from Debian."
fi

exit 0

What I can do? they appreciate the time taken to answer thanks.

pytrader
Member

I have not enabled on the manager Deepin open terminal, They could lead us to it? Thank you

Teo
Member

Okay, and if the base is unstable as repairs ????

Car
Publisher

very useful and illuminating cards; Thank you….!!! Isaiah and Hugo

Francisco Martinez
Member

Hello, not if the question is put here or not, I apologize if it is not so.

Well on Monday 20 check to see if the distribution is stable or not lsb_release -a, and it makes me unstable (Deepin 15.10).

Nowadays 24 is updated to Version I (Deepin 15.10.1) and execute the same command (-a lsb_release) And it tells me is stable.

And yet run the sh checkdeepin.sh file from desktop> terminal (as described in the statement), and tells me: It does not seem to have a Deepin distribution.

¿This I mean, I Unstable, Stable or not have Deepin, which is due to this.

I use Deepin from version 15.5, but this left me completely unmarked.

Waiting for reply I wish you all good day.

Thank you.

Eli
Publisher

Hello AvatarFrancisco Martinez, Could be an unknown error even apart from our script, The other way to know is through your brain 🙂 if you have installed zero "stable" if you upgraded from the previous version have "unstable" greetings.

Francisco Martinez
Member

Thank you.

If actualize from earlier on, so I have unstable.

To be updated from scratch when this more polished version, then install it on another PC from scratch but repositories when installing applications fail a lot.

I said Thank you for your prompt response.

Dark death
Member

Whether installing from 15.10 Deepin 0 Can I have files or do I need to completely delete all files?

Peligroso Mario
Member
Answered by: Dark death

Whether installing from 15.10 Deepin 0 Can I have files or do I need to completely delete all files?

Say what ....... ????

dsavenk0
Member

Sudo apt install screenfetch

Dark death
Member

screenfetch screen added
When I want to install deepines-repository 3.1, I get an error.

Dark death
Member

added one more time sorry

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dsavenk0
Member

your processor is overheating, change the cooling ...

jace
Member

I think there was a command for it

maynor hercules
Member

It gave me good results based on debian unstable now what?
you help me please!

Jose Luis Rodríguez Villarreal
Member

Very useful, good job, I hope everyone can contribute and make this system one of the best.

monzi
Member

Thank you. The response has been:
"Deepin based on Debian stable."
Recién instalada, antes estaba en Ubuntu 16.04 pero dejó de funcionar y alguien me instaló Deepin, voy a ver si encuentro ayuda para saber por qué no me permite ver un dvd ni grabar una película con Brasero.
Thank you.