Today I did an LTS update from trusty to xenial using
Do-release-upgrade. It happened without an error. But after the update I'm not sure what version my system is in now.
Do-release-upgrade tool said that it would be updated to xenial and my
sources.list now point to the xenial package file.
suitable all packages are completely updated (making
to get better Y
But when I run
lsb_release -a I'm still receiving this
There are no LSB modules available. Dealer ID: Ubuntu Description: Ubuntu 14.04.5 LTS Release: 14.04 Code name: trusty
And when I check the version of
base files (which in my opinion contains the
/ etc / lsb-release file) with
dpkg --list I'm getting version
10.1 which is the most recent version of the package in bionic package of files.
Also when I run
make-release-update -c Still trying to update to xenial.
I must say that I am quite confused. Does anyone have any idea of what is happening?