sysconf

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NAME
       sysconf - System configuration

SYNOPSIS
       sysconf [-a]

DESCRIPTION
       Generates a complete and full-featured report about the system it is
       running. The report is generated in HTML format and by default sends
       output to stdout so in order to be useful one needs to redirect the
       output to a file or a web browser.

       Some commands which sysconf uses need root privileges (currently only
       retrieving user information /etc/shadow) so if you need this information
       available in your report you should better execute sysconf as root.

EXAMPLES
       The example below will generate the report as a file named output.html:

       sysconf > outputfile.html

       The example below will generate the report in ascii format and display
       it:

       sysconf -a | more

AUTHOR
       This manual page was written by André Luís Lopes <andrelop@ig.com.br> for
       Debian GNU/Linux, but can be used by any other GNU/Linux system and/or
       Unices.



                                  Mar 14, 2003                        SYSCONF(1)