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yeah heres mine. Code: bash-2.05b$ uname -o uname: invalid option -- o Try `uname --help' for more information. bash-2.05b$ uname --help Usage: uname [OPTION]... Print certain system information. With no ...
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  1. #11
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    yeah heres mine.
    Code:
    bash-2.05b$ uname -o
    uname: invalid option -- o
    Try `uname --help' for more information.
    bash-2.05b$ uname --help
    Usage: uname [OPTION]...
    Print certain system information.  With no OPTION, same as -s.
    
      -a, --all        print all information
      -m, --machine    print the machine (hardware) type
      -n, --nodename   print the machine's network node hostname
      -r, --release    print the operating system release
      -s, --sysname    print the operating system name
      -p, --processor  print the host processor type
      -v               print the operating system version
          --help       display this help and exit
          --version    output version information and exit
    
    Report bugs to <bug-sh-utils@gnu.org>.
    bash-2.05b$ uname -s
    Linux

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    Well, really, I think everybody understands that The term "Linux" is commonly used interchangably with the term "GNU/Linux". Does it actually make a difference, since everybody knows what we are talking about when we say "linux"?
    It's like saying "Band-Aid" instead of "adhesive bandage". It works. Why pick about it?

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