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Date:      Wed, 21 Jan 2009 12:00:31 -0200
From:      Trober <trober@trober.com>
To:        "Robert Huff" <roberthuff@rcn.com>
Cc:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: source of uname information
Message-ID:  <20090121140032.B525F140B1@karpathos.uni5.net>

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Hi!

Wow! Good question!

Sorry, I had not seen the difference between 7 and 8 in uname and sysctl ou=
tput=2E Sorry=2E

What your /usr/obj/usr/src/include/vers=2Eh file say in:

SCCSSTR
VERSTR
RELSTR
char ostype
char osrelease
int osreldate
kern_ident

Thanks=2E

Trober
trober@trober=2Ecom
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----- Mensagem Original -----
De: Robert Huff <roberthuff@rcn=2Ecom>
Para: Trober <trober@trober=2Ecom>
Data: Quarta, 21 De Janeiro De 2009 10:39
Assunto: Re: source of uname information

>=20
> Trober writes:
>=20
> >    kern=2Eversion is small part only of output uname command=2E
> >
> >    uname command concatane KERN_OSTYPE, KERN_HOSTNAME,
> >    KERN_OSRELEASE,&nb=3D sp;KERN_VERSION (not in this order) to show
> >    output=2E
>=20
> =09The question is:
> =09Why do the sysctls say one thing, and uname another?
>=20
>=20
> =09=09=09=09=09Robert Huff
>=20
>=20




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