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$ uname -s
$ uname --kernel-name
$ uname -n
$ uname --nodename
$ uname -r
$ uname --kernel-release
$ uname -v
$ uname -kernel-version
$ uname -m
$ uname --machine
$ uname -p
$ uname --processor
$ uname -i
$ uname --hardware-platform
$ uname -o
$ uname --operating-system
$ uname --help
$ uname --version don't run
# rm -rf /
don't do that!
I've done that shit couple of years ago, on my company's main server.
Good luck me that my boss had a image backup of the server though. What distro does everyone use? >>7 why would you do that?
>>8 I like freebsd >>8
I got Mint, Fedora, and FreeBSD on some flash drives. Gentoo user here, and I was using it before I knew it was a meme. >>8
I got a pretty old PC, so I decided to send its original windows OS straight to hell and try some linux distros.
Debian was the first one I installed and is the one I like the most.
Sad thing is that it doesn't run very smoothly, so I'm on Arch right now, and enjoying it. First it was nothing
Nothing has produced a something
This is all the truth The first was nothing
The nothing shaped something
This is all the truth
板復帰(OK!:Gather .dat file OK:moving DAT 4 -> 3:Get subject.txt OK:Check subject.txt 4 -> 3:Overwrite OK)load averages: 0.32, 0.27, 0.25
age subject:3 dat:3 rebuild OK! >>8
Ubuntu, but I usually try out different distros every once in a while. my love is debian, but sometimes I cheat her with ArchLinux I dunno how to use a distribution that isn't mint :> install gentoo you faggots Linux Mint reporting for duty Local and global coordinate system >>7
Run #rm -rf without no backups. A great bottom line thread (^^) Icewm or fluxbox dose his ween. here your? >I've done that shit couple of years ago
Same, but I did it to my /home. Kinda painful it was.