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    how to find out what system you are on?

    Hi,

    Suppose you got a shell account on a machine but, didn't know what type of *nix system it was. how could you figure this out? what kernel is it running? which distro/version, etc

    Thanx,

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    Re:how to find out what system you are on?

    Usually a 'uname -a' should provide enough info. Assuming you know your kernels, and that the machine is not running custom kernels. :P

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