Re: Re : Lenny version info
Julien Patriarca wrote:
Maybe the all of that starting point was obviously out of the scope of
this mailing list, but it seems to catch the interest of everyone
seeing how many answers have been posted.
Just stop with all that rubbish and get back to the main topic :
security in Debian.
A good idea and I believe Matthias has a good point of discussion.
A great question. Can the output of lsb_release be trusted? Is it
authoritative or secure?
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De : "Matthias Faulstich" <email@example.com>
Date : mar., déc. 14, 2010 07:13
Objet : Lenny version info
Pour : <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Am Montag 13 Dezember 2010 schrieb Emanuele Petrucci :
> BTW here there are several methods,
> anyone giving you some information, some redundant:
> $ lsb_release -a
> $ cat /proc/version ; # this largely include "uname -a"
> $ cat /etc/debian_version
I'm running Debian testing (as configured in /etc/apt/sourced.list).
No LSB modules are available.
Distributor ID: Debian
Description: Debian GNU/Linux testing-proposed-updates (sid)
It looks like the "Codename" is incorrect including that part of the
"Description". There are likely numinous explinations, sounds like a
question for the release team. It should not be uncommon for one
question to involve multiple groups.
Sighting my original answer it seams as though it may simply return the
status of at best a handful of packages that could have been be upgraded
or downgraded, perhaps, independent of the rest of the system.
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