Re: Hardware Asset information



On Tue, Oct 4, 2011 at 2:13 AM, Rick Stevens <ricks@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
Some of it would be in a smolt report (try "smoltSendProfile -p" to
see what it spits out.

dmidecode will show you what's in the box (memory, cpu, etc.).

lspci can give you more details about the individual cards in the
slots.

lsusb will do the same for USB ports.

How about lshw or lshw-gui if you need a gui?

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