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Command for Hardware Info?

Discussion in 'Linux and Unix' started by robert2513, Feb 6, 2005.

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  1. robert2513

    robert2513 Thread Starter

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    Hi.

    Is there a Linux command that will give me information about the hardware installed in my computer? I am setting up an IPCop machine but need to know the IRQ and other information about the NIC cards. I was going to use a copy of Knoppix to get the information before installing IPCop.

    Thanks.
    Robert2513
     
  2. lynch

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    Try procinfo
    Code:
    [email protected]:~> procinfo
    Linux 2.6.8-24.11-default ([email protected]) (gcc 3.3.4 ) #1 1CPU [s91.]
    
    Memory:      Total        Used        Free      Shared     Buffers
    Mem:        515636      486180       29456           0       54004
    Swap:       530136           0      530136
    
    Bootup: Sun Feb  6 07:58:01 2005    Load average: 0.07 0.06 0.01 1/87 6005
    
    user  :       0:00:49.82   2.1%  page in :        0
    nice  :       0:00:00.44   0.0%  page out:        0
    system:       0:00:05.64   0.2%  swap in :        0
    idle  :       0:38:16.51  97.1%  swap out:        0
    uptime:       6:34:07.00         context : 16142886
    
    irq  0:  23649125 timer                 irq  7:         0 parport0
    irq  1:       952 i8042                 irq  9:         0 acpi
    irq  2:         0 cascade [4]           irq 11:   2447581 ohci1394, ohci_hcd,
    irq  3:         3                       irq 12:    375289 i8042
    irq  4:         3                       irq 14:    220769 ide0
    irq  5:      1188 ohci_hcd, NVidia nFo  irq 15:    170831 ide1
    irq  6:         6
    HTH
    lynch
     
  3. tsunam

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    lspci is another you might want to look at.
     
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