print indepth hardware info

sudo dmidecode | more
wanna know something about your hardware? how about EVERYTHING?? then this should do ya well

By: oreo
2009-02-16 03:32:30

What Others Think

dmidecode is really useful - for example on Dell servers, you can get the Dell Asset Tag this way. Very handy for servers you're not physically near to - just ssh in and run dmidecode. Also serial & model numbers for hard drives... all kinds of good stuff.
dmmst19 · 615 weeks and 4 days ago
Works on my CentOS5.1 dist. Never knew about it. Thanks.
bluehash · 615 weeks and 3 days ago

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Any thoughts on this command? Does it work on your machine? Can you do the same thing with only 14 characters?

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