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Re: What command tells you most about your hardware?



hi ya roger

On Sat, 7 Feb 2004, Roger Chrisman wrote:

> Thanks for the tips. Here's what I have so far:

more stuff

dmesg
read-edid
DMIDecode
lshw

> 
> # lspci
> 
> # uname -a
> 
> # cat /proc/cpuinfo
> - gives you info about your cpu
> 
> # cat /proc/meminfo
> - gives you info about your memory

cat /proc/interrupts

> # x86info
> - a package that gives you the same as 'cat /proc/cpuinfo' but in some more 
> detail
> 
> # cpuid
> - another package that gives you the same as 'cat /proc/cpuinfo' but in some 
> more detail
> 
> # free
> - tells how much ram is free and how much is used. 

top -i
 
> and some I have not figured out how to use:
> --------------------------------------------------------
> # man sysinfo
> (I have not figured out how to use sysinfo. Seems to be some kind of system 
> call. I don't know how to do that stuff.)
> 
> # discover
> (couldn't figure out how to get this one to tell my anything)
> 
> # hw-detect
>  (couldn't find this packaged)
> 
> # hwdetect
> (couldn't find this packaged either)
> 

semi endless list :-)

c ya
alvin



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