[identifiant machine] Donnez votre uname -a


#1

Salut

Quand je fait un uname -a
J’ai sa qui s’affiche :

La question c’est pourquoi j’ai unknown ?
Quesqu’il devrait etre écrit a la place ?

Merci


#2

Moi j’ai GNU/Linux à la place de ton unknown, je ne sais pas comment on le met… je viens de découvrir la commande :slightly_smiling:


#3

File: coreutils.info, Node: uname invocation, Next: hostname invocation, Prev: date invocation, Up: System context

`uname’: Print system information

uname' prints 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. Synopsis:

 uname [OPTION]...

If multiple options or `-a’ are given, the selected information is
printed in this order:

 KERNEL-NAME NODENAME KERNEL-RELEASE KERNEL-VERSION MACHINE PROCESSOR HARDWARE-PLATFORM OPERATING-SYSTEM

The information may contain internal spaces, so such output cannot be
parsed reliably. In the following example, RELEASE is
`2.2.18ss.e820-bda652a #4 SMP Tue Jun 5 11:24:08 PDT 2001’:

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