Some useful Linux commands to find the system and hardware informations:

Linux-LogoOn Linux most of the hardware informations are available in /proc file system. In this tutorial I will explain you how to extract the information using command line (text) mode.

Linux cpu/hardware information

Linux show free and used memory in the system

Linux find out the current running kernel version

Sample outputs:

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Find out information about the Linux distribution and version

Sample outputs:

List all PCI devices

List all USB devices

List all block devices (hard disks, cdrom, and others)

Dump all hardware information

Use the following command to see your motherboard, cpu, vendor, serial-numbers, RAM, disks, and other information directly from the system BIOS:

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Tapas Mishra

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