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How to find out if I'm using Beryllium/Helium

asked 2016-05-05 13:42:05 -0700

anonymous user


I have downloaded the code using the below command,

for PROJECT in aaa affinity bgpcep controller defense4all dlux docs groupbasedpolicy integration/distribution l2switch \ lispflowmapping odlparent opendove openflowjava openflowplugin opflex ovsdb packetcable releng/autorelease \ releng/builder reservation sdninterfaceapp sfc snbi snmp snmp4sdn tcpmd5 toolkit ttp vtn yangtools; \ do git clone$... ${PROJECT}; \ done

How to do I know which distribution I have downloaded??

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answered 2016-05-05 22:16:41 -0700

bhavesh07 gravatar image

To check the branch of your cloned code,

cd {path_to_your_cloned_code}
git branch

Above command will give you the branch of the cloned code.

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git status also you can use

karthik330 ( 2016-07-21 05:09:06 -0700 )edit

answered 2016-05-05 20:28:38 -0700

Vishal Thapar gravatar image

Git clone by default always downloads master branch. To switch to beryllium use git checkout stable/beryllium and for helium use git checkout stable/helium

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