Jan 3, 2012

C Program to get the system information.

C Program to get the system information. We can use the 'uname' function to get the system information, which is defined in the "sys/utsname.h" library.Structure is used to hold information returned by the uname function.
"uname" function members and their use:
sysname returns the name of the operating system in use.
release returns the current release level of the operating system implementation.
version returns the current version level within the release of the operating system.
machine is the description of the type of hardware that is in use.
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#include<sys/utsname.h>   /* Header for 'uname'  */

 struct utsname uname_pointer;


 printf("System name - %s \n", uname_pointer.sysname);
 printf("Nodename    - %s \n", uname_pointer.nodename);
 printf("Release     - %s \n", uname_pointer.release);
 printf("Version     - %s \n", uname_pointer.version);
 printf("Machine     - %s \n", uname_pointer.machine);
 printf("Domain name - %s \n", uname_pointer.domainname);

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