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package platform

import "v.io/x/ref/runtime/internal/platform"

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platform.go platform_linux.go uts_str_linux_nonarm.go

type Platform Uses

type Platform struct {
    // Vendor is the manufacturer of the system. It must be possible
    // to crypographically verify the authenticity of the Vendor
    // using the value of Vendor. The test must fail if the underlying
    // hardware does not provide appropriate support for this.
    // TODO(ashankar, ataly): provide an API for verifying vendor authenticity.
    Vendor string

    // AIKCertificate attests that the platform contains a TPM that is trusted
    // and has valid EK (Endorsement Key) and platform credentials. The
    // AIKCertificate is bound to an AIK public key (attestation identity key)
    // that is secure on the TPM and can be used for signing operations.
    // TODO(gauthamt): provide an implementation of how a device gets this
    // certificate and how a remote process uses it to verify device identity.
    AIKCertificate *security.Certificate

    // Model is the model description, including version information.
    Model string

    // System is the name of the operating system.
    // E.g. 'Linux', 'Darwin'
    System string

    // Release is the specific release of System if known, the empty
    // string otherwise.
    // E.g. 3.12.24-1-ARCH on a Raspberry pi running Arch Linux
    Release string

    // Version is the version of System if known, the empty string otherwise.
    // E.g. #1 PREEMPT Thu Jul 10 23:57:15 MDT 2014 on a Raspberry Pi B
    // running Arch Linux
    Version string

    // Machine is the hardware identifier
    // E.g. armv6l on a Raspberry Pi B
    Machine string

    // Node is the name of the name of the node that the
    // the platform is running on. This is not necessarily unique.
    Node string
}

Platform describes the hardware and software environment that this process is running on. It is modeled on the Unix uname call.

func GetPlatform Uses

func GetPlatform() (*Platform, error)

GetPlatform returns the description of the Platform this process is running on. A default value for Platform is provided even if an error is returned; nil is never returned for the first return result.

func (*Platform) String Uses

func (p *Platform) String() string

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