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Date: 2008jun19 OS: Linux Q. How do I find out which version of the Linux kernel I am running? A. Do this:uname -aIf your system isn't up (you booted from a rescue disk, for example) you can look at /etc/grub.conf. Look for default=<number> and the <number>th entry is the kernel that will boot by default.
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