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CarolQ

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now you know why I use inxi here is a list of the most common commands
-A Show Audio/sound card information.
-C Show full CPU output, including per CPU clockspeed.
-D Show full hard Disk info, not only model, ie: /dev/sda ST380817AS 80.0GB
-F Show Full output for inxi. Includes all Upper Case line letters, plus -s and -n.
Does not show extra verbose options like -x -d -f -u -l -o -p -t -r unless you use that argument.
-G Show Graphic card information (card, x type, resolution, glx render, version).
-I Show Information: processes, uptime, memory, irc client, inxi version.
-l Show partition labels. Default: short partition -P. For full -p output, use: -pl (or -plu).
-n Show Advanced Network card information. Same as -Nn. Shows interface, speed, mac id, state, etc.
-N Show Network card information. With -x, shows PCI BusID, Port number
remember there is always a space between inxi and the -*
If you have tried -Fnx it is for personal use only not pasting to forums, If at any time you need to do a full report to cut & paste then add z to the end and this filters out the more sensitive details, so it becomes -Fnxz

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@CarolQ sorry we have strayed from your original request
I'm soaking up information, thank you!
 


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I'm soaking up information, thank you!

You can also use '-v', like so:

Code:
inxi -v 5
inxi -v 6
inxi -v 7

The first, inxi -v 5, is what I most commonly use - unless I want a ton of information and then it's inxi -v 7.

If you type 'man inxi' you'll get the manual. Using 'man <command>' will help you along your Linux journey.
 
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