Re: whether my system is 32 bit o 64 bit?



Linux Tyro wrote:
How could I know if I am running a 64 bit version or 32 bit, any
command... or like that?

Run the command

uname -a

in a terminal. If it is a 64 bit system, thare should be "x86_64
GNU/Linux" at the end of the output. Otherwise it is 32 bit.


Nils

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