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Getting hardware information from Linux to help forum staff

Discussion in 'General Linux' started by ryanvade, Jan 30, 2014.

  1. atanere

    atanere Moderator
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    Hi Dennis. You might want to watch the dates that are shown at the bottom of each post... the quote from Shailendra Patel that you referenced is 4 years old, so a response from that user was pretty questionable.

    But to answer your question about i-nex, their instructions for installing on Linux Mint are on this page.... it is 4 commands that you must enter into your terminal, one-at-a-time (in order). You should copy/paste these commands so that you do not make any mistakes. When finished, it will provide a new menu launch item in the System Tools category. It is a pretty nice application that provides a lot of information about your system.

    By the way, CONTROL-ALT-T is an easy shortcut to open up a new Terminal.


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  2. Dennis Burge

    Dennis Burge New Member

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    Fell like an old man learning new stuff. Oops, I am. Again thanks
     
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  3. atanere

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    Lol... I am too! :D
     

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