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Old 09-16-2007, 08:10 AM   #1
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Question command to tell which processor I have?


Is there a linux command that will tell me what processor my box has?

(I do not have a graphical distro)
 
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more /proc/cpuinfo

Will show you details of each CPU in your system. Just hit the space bar to page through.

You can get a lot of detail about your system and currently running processes from /proc.

Type "man proc" to read the man(ual) page for this directory's contents.
 
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thank you for this cool tip.
 
  


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