Sys Specs

noelw

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Hi all. I have forgotten what to type into the terminal to get sys specs. With age comes memory loss. Thanks
 


G'day Noel. For your own records, you can use

Code:
inxi -Fxs

and save the content to a text file for future reference. If you any external drives plugged in, it will give you those as well.

For sharing here or elsewhere, use slightly different

Code:
inxi -Fxz

as the z option will filter out personal information such as MAC addresses, serial numbers and so on.

Cheers

Wizard
 
Personally I like lshw as its easier for my old brain to remember (list hardware).

If it outputs too much, you can specify classes (-C display for example & it'll output details of my two display cards), but I usually just page & search using old vi/POSIX search features.
 
Hi all. I have forgotten what to type into the terminal to get sys specs. With age comes memory loss. Thanks
neofetch would be a solution
 

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