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The nfsstat -c program will show you the NFS version actually being used. If you run rpcinfo -p {server} you will see all the versions of all the RPC programs that the server supports. On my system I get this output: $ rpcinfo -p localhost program vers proto port 100000 2 tcp 111 portmapper 100000 2 udp 111 portmapper ... ...


Plasma 5.2 is out and it is considered a stable version. Of course there are still things to iron out, and most plasmoids and some programs are not ported yet. AFAIK no distro is using it by default yet. You can easily install it in Arch, Kubuntu etc. I've tried both those (I'm a long standing Arch user) and for now the Kubuntu implementation seems more ...


AFAIK, there isn't stable a versions of Plasma 5 available yet (I think it's still a work in progress). Arch Linux for example, has preliminary support for Plasma 5, but as of now there are still some issues. If you want, you can read the entry in their wiki about it, for more information. In their forum, there is also a very active topic.


As mentioned in @kirill-a's answer, /etc/debian_version should be present in any Debian derivative. Another useful approach to find out information on the current Debian-based distribution and its "ancestry" is dpkg-vendor; for instance, dpkg-vendor --derives-from Debian should succeed on any Debian derivative (and on Debian itself), dpkg-vendor ...


Yes, as in any Ubuntu derivative, this file is present.

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