Provided by: distro-info_0.12_amd64
debian-distro-info - provides information about Debian's distributions
--date=DATE date for calculating the version (default: today) -h, --help display help message and exit --alias=DIST print the alias (stable, testing, unstable) relative to the distribution codename passed as an argument. Only distribution codenames composed of lower case ASCII letters are accepted, and if the distribution does not qualify as stable, testing or unstable, then the same codename passed as argument is returned. -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, or eol. 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. If milestone cannot be calculated, the string '(unknown)' is displayed. Unless one of -c, -f or -r is specified, only the number of days will be displayed. -d, --devel latest development version -o, --old latest old (stable) version -s, --stable latest stable version --supported list of all supported stable versions -t, --testing latest testing version --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
The script and this manual page was written by Benjamin Drung <firstname.lastname@example.org>.