How To Get Display Show What Linux Version I Have Installed In My Server

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the linux command to show what version of red hat you have in your dedicated server run the following command:


CODE:
cat /etc/redhat-release
edwino85
does anyone know what to use if i have other distributions like fedora or centos or madrake or suse or debian? does this work the same or is it a different command?
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Rajesh
thanks for your response to my google search. your reply is very specific.

tom
I think the command you want is: uname -a Good luck
bharath
hi tom uname -a shows linux name, kernel version and time and smp/mpp etc.,
John
Type #cat /etc/issue
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