UNAME(1)                                                 UNAME(1)

       uname - print system information

       uname   [-snrvma]   [--sysname]  [--nodename]  [--release]
       [--machine] [--all] [--help] [--version]

       This manual page  documents  the  GNU  version  of  uname.
       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.  If multiple options are
       given or the -a option is given, the selected  information
       is  printed  in  the  order  `snrvm'  with a space between

       -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.

       -v     Print the operating system version.

       -a, --all
              Print all of the above information.

       --help Print a usage message on standard output  and  exit

              Print  version  information on standard output then
              exit successfully.

FSF                    GNU Shell Utilities                      1