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Tim Kientzle wrote:
> Are there any precedents for this option?

Not really - its more like the recent cp -a switch: an alias for a
common set of switches.

>
> If not, then I don't see the point. If you have to tell someone to send
> you the output of uname, you may as well tell them to use uname -rms.
> (I prefer uname -v personally.)

Some people don't like giving out hostnames or kernel names for some
strange reason that I can't figure out
- --
Eitan Adler
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