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Old 11-10-2006, 04:00 AM   #1
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getting hardware infromation

sir... i m using putty to log on a remote server.... i want to see configuration of all h/w devices attached to it... i cant use hwbrowser...coz i cant see when i use dmesg. or lspci i dont get all the information.. AND thisinfo i have to send to some non technical guys... is there nyway or command that can display all the h/w configuration at the prompt only.. kindly help...
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See if you have a package called Sitar.
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lshw works well for providing a very complete list of hardware from the command line. Not installed by default on my distro but it's a tiny package.


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