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This article covers the different methods to check the Ubuntu Version by the terminal. While working with the system, we need to install multiple third-party software, which is available for version-specific. In that case, you need to find the Ubuntu version you are using.

The lsb-release is the standard package for reporting the version on Ubuntu systems. Which is basically written in the Python programming language. It provides lsb_release command-line tool to check Ubuntu version and other useful details.



This article will guide you on how to check your Ubuntu version so that you can apply patches and update versions for security and performance reasons. The Process of Checking the #Ubuntu version in the #terminal ? i. Open the terminal using "Show Applications" or use the keyboard shortcut [Ctrl] + [Alt] + [T]. ii. Type the #command "lsb_release -a" into the command line and press enter. iii. The terminal shows the Ubuntu version you're running under "Description" and "Release".




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