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linux-version - operate on Linux kernel version strings
linux-version compare VERSION1 OP VERSION2
linux-version sort [--reverse] [VERSION1 VERSION2 ...]
linux-version list [--paths]
linux-version operates on Linux kernel version strings as reported by uname -r and used in
file and directory names. These version strings do not follow the same rules as Debian
package version strings and should not be compared as such or as arbitrary strings.
compare VERSION1 OP VERSION2
Compare version strings, where OP is a binary operator. linux-version returns
success (zero result) if the specified condition is satisfied, and failure (nonzero
result) otherwise. The valid operators are: lt le eq ne ge gt
sort [--reverse] [VERSION1 VERSION2 ...]
Sort the given version strings and print them in order from lowest to highest. If
the --reverse option is used, print them in order from highest to lowest.
If no version strings are given as arguments, the version strings will instead be
read from standard input, one per line. They may be suffixed by arbitrary text
after a space, which will be included in the output. This means that, for example:
linux-version list --paths | linux-version sort --reverse
will list the installed versions and corresponding paths in order from highest to
List kernel versions installed in the customary location. If the --paths option,
show the corresponding path for each version.
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