Key Takeaways

  • The "uname" command is a useful tool for obtaining basic information about the operating system and hardware platform of a Linux computer.
  • You can use different options with the "uname" command to retrieve specific information like the system hostname, kernel version, and processor architecture.
  • The "uname" command options include "-s" for the kernel name, "-a" for all available system information, and "-r" for the kernel release. You can also combine multiple options together to get the system information you need.