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:
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:
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.
- CLARIFICATION ON CHANGES WITH STABLE Deepin 15.10 (EDITED)
- Deepin 15.10 STABLE BASE
- INTRODUCING THE DEEPINES 3.1 REPOSITORY
Special thanks to Hugo Florentino for your colaboration.
Isaiah Gätjens He is the author and Collaborating Deepin in Spanish. You can read several articles on our home page, as well as help messages both in the community forum and in our chat room Telegram.