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SubjectRe: uname reports 'unknown'
So it would seem, since the fix is easy...

Maybe it's a portability concern...

Joe



David Ford wrote:

> Seems to me that it is the fault of the original package of 'sh-utils'.
>
> -d
>
> J Sloan wrote:
>
>> Shawn Starr wrote:
>>
>>> Linux coredump 2.4.19-pre2-ac4-xfs-shawn10 #2 Mon Mar 11 03:36:35 EST
>>> 2002 i586 unknown
>>>
>>>
>>> what should 'unknown' really be? I've never seen it different on Intel
>>> systems.
>>>
>>
>> Many vendors ship a broken sh-utils.
>>
>> They don't have to:
>>
>> Linux neo.mirai.cx 2.4.19-pre2aa1 #1 Fri Mar 8 19:55:24 PST 2002 i686
>> GenuineIntel
>>
>> Linux emerald.mirai.cx 2.4.19pre1aa1 #1 Sat Mar 2 20:55:06 PST 2002
>> i586 AuthenticAMD
>>
>> Cheers,
>>
>> Joe
>
>
>
>


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