Thanks for your reply. The actual version reads something like this: "Red Hat Enterprise
Linux WS release 3 (Taroon) 2.4.21-4ELsmp on an i686", while uname -r produces
2.4.21-4ELsmp. I don't know how one would commonly reference the version.
I wrote a 5-line hello world program that required changes to two lines, or a whopping
40% of the program. so I was a little concerned. I needed to change the #include
<xxxx.h> to #include <xxxx> and had to add a namespace declaration for cout to work.
These changes were due mainly to differences in the C++ specifications. So, maybe this
isn't really a Linux/HP-UX question, but a question about the different versions of the C++
standard and doesn't belong in this forum. Do you know where I could find
documentation that details these differences?