[conspire] Quick Question 64bit vs 32 bit Kernel

Adrien Lamothe a_lamothe at yahoo.com
Tue Dec 11 16:05:39 PST 2007

If you run "uname -r" you'll likely not see the architecture. You can run "uname -m", which will show the machine type, but to play it safe, just run "uname -a" and look at everything. "uname -r" only gives you the kernel release string.

- Adrien

Rick Moen <rick at linuxmafia.com> wrote: Quoting Jose Medeiros (jose.medeiros at gmail.com):

> How can I determine if I am running a 64 bit Kernel in Linux and or Mac OS X?

On Linux, run "uname -r".

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