distro-info man page

distro-info — provides information about the distributions' releases

Synopsis

distro-info [Options]

Description

distro-info is a symlink to the distro-info command for your distribution. On Debian it links to debian-distro-info and on Ubuntu it links to ubuntu-distro-info. All options described in this manual page are available in all distro-info commands. All other options, which are not described here, are distribution specific.

Options

--date=DATE
date for calculating the version (default: today)
-h, --help
display help message and exit
-a, --all
list all known versions
-y[MILESTONE], --days[=MILESTONE]
display number of days until specified version reaches the specified milestone. MILESTONE may be one of created, release, eol, or eol-server. If no milestone is specified, assume release. For options that return a list, display the normal output followed by whitespace and the number of days until the specified milestone.
-d, --devel
latest development version
--series=SERIES
series to calculate the version for
-s, --stable
latest stable version
--supported
list of all supported stable versions
--unsupported
list of all unsupported stable versions
-c, --codename
print the codename (default)
-r, --release
print the release version
-f, --fullname
print the full name

See Also

debian-distro-info(1), ubuntu-distro-info(1)

Author

The script and this manual page was written by Benjamin Drung <bdrung@debian.org>.

Referenced By

debian-distro-info(1), ubuntu-distro-info(1).

August 2013 distro-info