Using arch command in Linux (Examples)

arch Command in Linux basically outputs the identifier strings and prints the Computer Architecture. This Command Prints things Such as i386, i486, i586, alpha, arm, m68k, mips, sparc, x86_64, etc.

Syntax to use arch command in Linux

arch [OPTION]

Options available to use with arch command

-h | –help: Displays help information on screen and exits

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-V | –version: Displays the version number and exits

Examples of arch command

arch

Explanation: It Displays the architecture of the current host. arch may display ‘sun4‘ for a Sun Solaris machine or ‘x86/64‘ for the x86/64-bit architecture.

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