Print system information, print information about the machine and operating system it is run on. If no options are given, `uname' acts as if the `-s' option were given.
Syntax uname [options]... Options -a --all Print all of the below information. -m --machine Print the machine (hardware) type. -n --nodename Print the machine's network node hostname. -p --processor Print the machine's processor type -r --kernel-release Print the kernel release -s --kernel-name Print the kernel name -v --kernel-version Print the kernel version -i --hardware-platform Print the hardware platform or "unknown" -o --operating-system Print the operating system
If multiple options or `-a' are given, the selected information is printed in this order:
SYSNAME NODENAME RELEASE OSVERSION MACHINE
The full documentation for uname is maintained as a Texinfo manual. If the info and uname programs are properly installed at your site, the command:
info coreutils aquname invocationaq should give you access to the complete manual.
The OSVERSION, at least, may well be multiple words.
=> Linux hayley 1.0.4 #3 Thu May 12 18:06:34 1994 i486
“What's in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet” ~ William Shakespeare
env - Display, set, or remove environment variables
groups - Print group names a user is in
hostname - Print or set system name
id - Print user and group id's
logname - Print current login name
ps - list processes
tty - Print filename of terminal on stdin
users - Print login names of users currently logged in
who - Print who is currently logged in
whoami - Print the current user id and name (`id -un')
Equivalent Windows command: ECHO %USERNAME%