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What is the command to check the operating system version number ?

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by rkeckler2000 In reply to Red Hat Version 6.2

'uname -a' This will give your your operating system and version number.

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by teo In reply to Red Hat Version 6.2

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by AZot In reply to Red Hat Version 6.2

Try 'cat /proc/version'

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by Hasse MCSE/Brainbench In reply to Red Hat Version 6.2

There isn't one!

All you can get is the running kernel version and some other info with both suggested commands above.

Only way to get which redhat verison that is running is by this command unless sysop has removed it.

'cat /etc/redhat-release'

If this file is deleted you could try to checkout the images in here if they are present to see if anyone contains version number.

/usr/share/pixmaps/redhat/

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by ollyk In reply to Red Hat Version 6.2

Try to 'cat /proc/version' or 'cat /etc/issue' or just look at screen before you login. Sometimes you can also try 'uname -a'

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