Re: How to verify the running kernel's architecture?

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On Wed, 2007-01-17 at 15:10 -0500, Tony Nelson wrote:
> At 11:01 AM -0800 1/17/07, Rick Stevens wrote:
> >On Wed, 2007-01-17 at 13:50 -0500, Tony Nelson wrote:
> >> At 9:38 AM -0800 1/17/07, Rick Stevens wrote:
> >>  ...
> >> >Assuming you installed the kernel via RPM, then you can:
> >> >
> >> >	# grep M586=y /boot/config-(booted-kernel-version)
> >> >
> >> >If you get no output, then you've got a 686 kernel installed and
> >> >running. ...
> >>  ...
> >>
> >> How about:
> >>
> >>     []# grep 'M.86=y" /boot/config-`uname -r`
> >>
> >> Which will produce output either way?
> >
> >That's a good one as well.  In fact, it's better.  Why didn't I think
> >of it?  Sheesh!  Must be getting old...
> 
> Oh, good.  I'm also getting old, yet I'm still not experienced with *nix,
> so I asked.

Heheheh!  Just had a senior moment regarding the "." in the grep's RE.

And as my employees say about me, "He's so old he farts dust!"

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