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Question Cmd to determine my OS version?

I'm looking for a generic (i.e. would be resident in most/all unix flavors) internal command for determining my OS and version. When I telnet to a box here @ work, I get none of that info and can't remember the equivalent of the DOS ver command; I know I used to know this! Thanks.
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Try:
uname -a
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MySQL

Thanks, Perderabo. I'll give that a try.
 

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