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If I understand you, what you are looking for is a combination of $^O and several CPAN modules. Once you have the operating system name in hand, you use the functions provided by packages in the $^O::Sysinfo or Win32::SystemInfo (in the case of Windows) name space to extract the information you want.


#! /usr/local/bin/perl use strict; use warnings; use Linux::SysInfo; use Win32::SystemInfo; my $this_system = $^O; if ($this_system eq 'MSwin32') { my %windata; Win32::SystemInfo::MemoryStatus(%windata); #### # process the results #### } elsif ($this_system eq 'Linux') { my %linuxdata; %linuxdata = Linux::SysInfo::sysinfo() or die "Linux::SysInfo::sys +info() failed"; ##### # process the results ##### } else { die "Undefined OS -- $this_system"; } exit(0);

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In reply to Re: I want to get os all configuration by Old_Gray_Bear
in thread I want to get os all configuration by joyeux

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