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conversion uname,rsh,mail equvalent

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Dear sir,
 I like convert the command uname , rsh , mail to NT equvalent command.This unix command are used in fortran language using system command , the same command i like to convert WINDOWS version.Any body know to convert me send mail to me.This is helpful for me
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by:manikantan_b
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solve this
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by:manikantan_b
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pl try to solve
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I don't know of a command line equivalent to uname in NT. If "Simple TCP/IP Services" are installed you will have an rsh command (see Networking->Services). And as far as I know there's no access to SMTP mail (like with the Unix mail command) with NT without installing some optional component not a part of the NT distribution (though there might be something on the NT resource kit). I believe there are thrid party apps that can deliver command line access to mail and there are API's that can deliver mail via C or VB code.
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by:tfewster
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`hostname` on NT may tell you what you need to know, if you don't need the additional information that Unix `uname` gives (O/S version etc.)

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by:ahoffmann
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uname on NT:
   echo %COMPUTERNAME% %OS%

rsh is available on NT too

mail on command line only with 3'rd party software
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