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Old 01-24-2017, 11:50 PM   #1
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How to check HW like RAID controllers on Linux 7.3?


Command "lspci" can show plug-in cards like RAID controllers on Linux 7.3. Is there a tool with GUI to show HW on Linux 7?

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Maybe some of these are what you might like to use?

http://www.techgainer.com/5-gui-tool...n-ubuntulinux/
 
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Maybe some of these are what you might like to use?

http://www.techgainer.com/5-gui-tool...n-ubuntulinux/
Thanks for the information. Let me take a look...

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By the way, google search shows "hwbrowser" and "hal-device-manager" (the two commands to bring up UI-based HW management tools) are not supported in Linux 6. Are they supposed to be available in Linux 7.3? I tried but they still don't work. If not, does Linux 7.3 provide any native UI HW management tools?

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Thanks for the information. Let me take a look...

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You're Welcome:-
 
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By the way, google search shows "hwbrowser" and "hal-device-manager" (the two commands to bring up UI-based HW management tools) are not supported in Linux 6. Are they supposed to be available in Linux 7.3? I tried but they still don't work. If not, does Linux 7.3 provide any native UI HW management tools?

Thanks & regards.
Do you mean HW GUI tools for RHEL?

I'm not sure.Maybe other members will know and chime in.

Maybe try here?
http://michal.karzynski.pl/blog/2009...ui-via-webmin/

If you want to Monitor your RAID Array go here:
http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/html_singl...D-HOWTO/#ss6.5
 
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"Command "lspci" can show plug-in cards like RAID controllers on Linux 7.3. Is there a tool with GUI to show HW on Linux 7?"

First of all what do you mean by "Linux 7" and "Linux 7.3" ? Are you referring to either Centos 7 or RHEL 7 ? These are release numbers of RHEL and its free version Centos. There is no such thing as "Linux 7".
 
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"Command "lspci" can show plug-in cards like RAID controllers on Linux 7.3. Is there a tool with GUI to show HW on Linux 7?"

First of all what do you mean by "Linux 7" and "Linux 7.3" ? Are you referring to either Centos 7 or RHEL 7 ? These are release numbers of RHEL and its free version Centos. There is no such thing as "Linux 7".
I checked RHEL 7.3 already but couldn't find any GUI-based HW browser tool. Google shows RHEL 6 doesn't support such GUI tools. Not sure if RHEL 7 does.

I may try CentOS 7 if someone could confirm it has GUI-based HW management tool
 
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Do you mean HW GUI tools for RHEL?

I'm not sure.Maybe other members will know and chime in.

Maybe try here?
http://michal.karzynski.pl/blog/2009...ui-via-webmin/

If you want to Monitor your RAID Array go here:
http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/html_singl...D-HOWTO/#ss6.5
Thanks. The RAID monitoring tool looks interesting. I'll give it a try.
 
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Thanks. The RAID monitoring tool looks interesting. I'll give it a try.
You're Welcome.

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