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irgunII 04-11-2014 12:10 AM

Can't remember the command...
 
I somehow stumbled on a konsole command (if I remember right) or app within the past few months that gave me some nice information on my Slackware 14.1 system.

Now though, I'll be damned if I can remember or find the command/app.

This is the info the command gave:

Code:

Hardware...
Processor:
Motherboard:
Chipset:
Memory:
Disk:
Graphics:
Audio:
Monitor:
Network:

Software...
OS:
Kernel:
Desktop:
Display Server:
Display Driver:
OpenGL:
Compiler:
File-System:
Screen Resolution:

If anyone has any idea what command I need (or the app) to get this info, I'd sure appreciate it.

ReaperX7 04-11-2014 12:20 AM

kinfocenter I think does that...

Woodsman 04-11-2014 12:39 AM

lshw or hardinfo?

Uncle Lumpy 04-11-2014 05:08 AM

dmidecode?

Lumpy

irgunII 04-11-2014 07:27 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ReaperX7 (Post 5150512)
kinfocenter I think does that...

Hiya, ReaperX7. Nope, that was the first thing I looked at, heh. IIRR, the command/app gave me all the info in my original post, all nice and neat just like you see it in the code block.

irgunII 04-11-2014 07:46 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Woodsman (Post 5150517)
lshw or hardinfo?

lshw won't let me do it as root for some reason. I keep getting this:

Code:

root@big_tree:~# gtk-lshw
No protocol specified

(gtk-lshw:6617): Gtk-WARNING **: cannot open display: :0

Besides, lshw alone (without the gtk) gives way too much to sift through and like I explained to ReaperX7, what I remember was a much simpler readout.

It does seem hardinfo gave me what I want, but I still just can't remember if I had to sift through all that stuff to get just what I had in the list in my original post. It sucks having such an extremely poor memory <mutter>, been this way since I was a little rugrat.

---------- Post added 04-11-14 at 06:47 ----------

Quote:

Originally Posted by Uncle Lumpy (Post 5150598)
dmidecode?

Lumpy

Nope, that doesn't do it either, Lumpy. Thanks though.

glorsplitz 04-11-2014 10:35 PM

inxi?

spits out bunch of stuff depending on cli switches

sh ./inxi -v4 -c6

irgunII 04-12-2014 09:01 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by glorsplitz (Post 5151030)
inxi?

spits out bunch of stuff depending on cli switches

sh ./inxi -v4 -c6

This looks like it does what I needed, but it's missing a few things in the output that I have on my original post, like:

Chipset, Monitor, the clock speeds of my graphics card, and in 'Compiler' (which it doesn't use, but instead has 'Gcc sys') it only has the version of GCC but not Clang and LLVM.

So inxi is the closest yet, but doesn't seem to be what I used to get what I did in my original post. I do like inxi though, lots of good info!


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