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When I run the "lshw" command in Ubuntu on my my Win 11 desktop it says Red Hat (see below), why ? (This is cosmetic, just curious)

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H/W path Device Class Description

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system Computer

/0 bus Motherboard

/0/0 memory 8064MiB System memory

/0/1 processor 12th Gen Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-12700

/0/2 display Microsoft Corporation

/0/3 storage Virtio filesystem

/0/3/0 generic Virtual I/O device

/0/4 storage Virtio console

/0/4/0 generic Virtual I/O device

/0/5 storage Virtio filesystem

/0/5/0 generic Virtual I/O device

/0/6 generic Red Hat, Inc.

/0/6/0 generic Virtual I/O device

/0/7 storage Virtio filesystem

/0/7/0 generic Virtual I/O device

/0/8 system PnP device PNP0b00

/0/9 scsi0 storage

/0/9/0.0.0 /dev/sda volume 363MiB Virtual Disk

/0/9/0.0.1 /dev/sdb volume 2GiB Virtual Disk

/0/9/0.0.2 /dev/sdc volume 1TiB Virtual Disk

/1 bond0 network Ethernet interface

/2 dummy0 network Ethernet interface

/3 eth0 network Ethernet interface
 

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neemobeer

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It's just enumerated hardware. Really you just want to look at
Code:
cat /etc/os-release
In any event Ubuntu is debian based so .deb are your packages and dpkg your base package installer.
 

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