How to use 'python check os type' in Python

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55def OSCheck(self):
56 if sys.platform == 'win32':
57 cprint("[-] Windows 32-Bit Detected! Gloom Framework is Unix/Linux Based!", 'red')
58
59 if sys.platform == 'win64':
60 cprint("[-] Windows 64-Bit Detected! Gloom Framework is Unix/Linux Based!", 'red')
61
62 else:
63 cprint("[!] Unix/Linux Kernel Detected!", 'green')
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198@staticmethod
199def get_os_family():
200 """
201 Return values:
202 redhat, debian, suse ... and others
203
204 In case cannot detect raises exception( from self.get_operating_system_type() ).
205 """
206 if(OSCheck._dist[0] == 'Windows'):
207 os_family = OSConst.WIN_OS_FAMILY_COLLECTION[0]['name']
208 else:
209 os_family = OSCheck.get_os_type()
210 for os_family_item in OSConst.OS_FAMILY_COLLECTION:
211 if os_family in os_family_item['os_list']:
212 os_family = os_family_item['name']
213 break
214
215 return os_family.lower()

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