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==Official MEPIS variants==
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===Official MEPIS variants===
*[[SimplyMEPIS 32 bit]]
*[[SimplyMEPIS 32 bit]]
*[[SimplyMEPIS 64 bit]]
*[[SimplyMEPIS 64 bit]]
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==Which version do I have installed?==
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===Which version do I have installed?===
The following commands entered in the [[konsole]] will give some information about the installed [[kernel]]:
The following commands entered in the [[konsole]] will give some information about the installed [[kernel]]:
  uname -rv
  uname -rv
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and check what's the name of the MEPIS repository.
and check what's the name of the MEPIS repository.
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==Which version is my MEPIS CD?==
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===Which version is my MEPIS CD?===
On your CD-ROM, open the text file named "version"
On your CD-ROM, open the text file named "version"
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===Am I running 32 bit or 64 bit?===
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Enter the below command in the [[konsole]]. If output contains "mepis64", then you are running 64-bit. If not you are running 32-bit
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uname -rv
[[es:Informaci%C3%B3n_sobre_la_versi%C3%B3n_actual]]
[[es:Informaci%C3%B3n_sobre_la_versi%C3%B3n_actual]]
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[[Category:64 bit]]
[[Category:Installation]]
[[Category:Installation]]
[[Category:Kernel]]
[[Category:Kernel]]

Latest revision as of 00:59, 2 February 2013

Contents

Official MEPIS variants


Which version do I have installed?

The following commands entered in the konsole will give some information about the installed kernel:

uname -rv
cat /proc/version

and MEPIS version:

cat /etc/*release
cat /etc/issue

Ultimately, the repositories that you use to upgrade your system can tell you what version you use, run:

cat /etc/apt/sources.list

and check what's the name of the MEPIS repository.

Which version is my MEPIS CD?

On your CD-ROM, open the text file named "version"

Am I running 32 bit or 64 bit?

Enter the below command in the konsole. If output contains "mepis64", then you are running 64-bit. If not you are running 32-bit

uname -rv
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