Sunday, July 01, 2012

How to Discover Your Linux Configuration

Ok, it has been a while since I posted something here. Been busy with stuff that I will be writing about later, they are mostly programming related stuff. All those weekend projects and small time affiliate marketing stints.

I have also written my response to this post for which I will post later this evening. But until then, I just wanted to show you a small Linux tip for those who use Linux for hosting for as their desktop.

This particular tip is quite handy if you've ever wanted to know more about the version and configuration of your Linux server.

There are a lot more commands that can do the same thing, but this very tip from Hazem Saleh is one of the best simply because it short and easy to remember for beginners out there.

cat /etc/*-release

Just fire up a terminal and enter this simple command:

This will print out your server specification. Give it a try now.

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