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I am very new to the linux world having recently installed Ubuntu which I am enjoying a lot.
I want to know how do I find out which version I have. Having downloaded all the updates that have been available, does that mean that I have the last version installed. If not how do I find out what version I'm running?
Well finally Linux has arrived , i was not able to getaway from windoze as i found linux not so friendly as windows,(about two years ago) now i have tried many distros of linux...what a change in the os ,when compared to one year back.
I find puppy linux (frugal install ) and nimbleX easy to handle and a good supporing friendly forum , a good motivation for windoze refugeesm to move over to Linux.
total avoidence of runing script in terminal ,like in windows can bring...