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Author Topic: [SOLVED] How to detect hardware e.g. CPU name, Video Adapter name, Harddisk name  (Read 1085 times)

winni

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Thanx for the info.

Again it is Debian which makes trouble ....

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winni

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Hi!

Whatever is wrong:

The proc manpage for Debian Buster says that the pseudo file

/proc/scsi/scsi

exist.

https://manpages.debian.org/buster/manpages-de/proc.5.de.html

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MarkMLl

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Hi!

Whatever is wrong:

The proc manpage for Debian Buster says that the pseudo file

/proc/scsi/scsi

exist.

https://manpages.debian.org/buster/manpages-de/proc.5.de.html

Winni

It's wrong. And German >:-)

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Hartmut

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Most of the information you want can be parsed out from the output of lshw -short. For example on this machine it gives me:
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There are other (installable) "lsXXX" commands that can give you other and/or extended information; to see which you have type in a terminal:
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apropos ^lsThat should give you a list of all commands starting with "ls" for which a man page exists.
Thank you lucamar for that additional interesting informations. Because I have Ubuntu and not Debian I can use "lshw -short". I added lshw and apropos to my personal list of helpfull commands.

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OP: note that the CPU/core numbers in /proc/cpuinfo are architecture-specific, and might not be contiguous.
Thanks for that info too.

 

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