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How do I know the version of unix I am on ?

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I am reporting on AIX 4 / 5
Solaris 6/7/8/9/10
Rhat 4/5 systems.

what file tell me the actuall version ?  I recall that redhat has something under /etc

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AIX: oslevel -s
RedHat: cat /proc/version
Solaris: cat /etc/release

wmp
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AIX 4: oslevel -r

(oslevel -s from AIX 5L on).
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thx, that os one of them :)

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great job
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