UNR version

Asked by Ian Sinclair on 2010-10-23

This sound ridiculous, but I can't find what version of UNR I am using (probably 10.04). There is nothing that corresponds to a Help --About page anywhere.

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GREG T.
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2010-10-24
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2010-10-24
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2010-10-23

Open a terminal and type:

lsb_release -crd

Ian Sinclair (ian-sinclair) said : #2

Thanks Marco, but it has no effect. So far, all I can find that works is
to prevent hibernation by specifying Never in Power Management

Regards,

Ian

On Sat, 2010-10-23 at 15:18 +0000, marcobra (Marco Braida) wrote:
> Your question #130858 on Ubuntu changed:
> https://answers.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+question/130858
>
> Status: Open => Answered
>
> marcobra (Marco Braida) proposed the following answer:
> Open a terminal and type:
>
> lsb_release -crd
>

what mean has no effects...? please describe better, the error you get typing

lsb_release -cdr

if you have trouble to get terminal access please press CTRL+ALT+F2 to get access to a pseudo terminal, please login with your user and password... to be sure your system is fully updated/upgraded type:

sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get dist-upgrade

to reboot type:

sudo reboot

Ian Sinclair (ian-sinclair) said : #4

Sorry Marco, I was confused. Your lsb_release -cdr did answer my
question about recognising the release number (10.10). I was still hung
up on the problems of stopping the autodetection of the SD card.

Thank you

Ian

On Sat, 2010-10-23 at 16:14 +0000, marcobra (Marco Braida) wrote:
> Your question #130858 on unr-meta in ubuntu changed:
> https://answers.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/unr-meta/+question/130858
>
> Status: Open => Answered
>
> marcobra (Marco Braida) proposed the following answer:
> what mean has no effects...? please describe better, the error you get
> typing
>
> lsb_release -cdr
>
> if you have trouble to get terminal access please press CTRL+ALT+F2 to
> get access to a pseudo terminal, please login with your user and
> password... to be sure your system is fully updated/upgraded type:
>
> sudo apt-get update
> sudo apt-get dist-upgrade
>
> to reboot type:
>
> sudo reboot
>

Best GREG T. (ubuntuer) said : #5

system -admin. - system monitor - system it says it on this page .

GREG T. (ubuntuer) said : #6

 system -admin. - software sources - ubuntu software tab . on mine it says ( in the white window ) what cd version was used to install with .

Ian Sinclair (ian-sinclair) said : #7

Thanks GREG T., that solved my question.