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    Question any apps to find what hardware i have?

    on windows there are apps that detect my hardware and list the model numbers and even serial numbers.

    is there an app for opensuse that will detect all my hardware and list it like this:

    cpu: p4 2.8ghz serial num. 435435345
    chipset: intel 243434 northbridge
    ram slots: 2 ddr3
    etc
    etc

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    Default Re: any apps to find what hardware i have?

    Quote Originally Posted by ryan1414
    on windows there are apps that detect my hardware and list the model
    numbers and even serial numbers.

    is there an app for opensuse that will detect all my hardware and list
    it like this:

    cpu: p4 2.8ghz serial num. 435435345
    chipset: intel 243434 northbridge
    ram slots: 2 ddr3
    etc
    etc
    Hi
    In YaST there is hardware Information. Else it can be run from the
    command line as either user or root (root gives more info) then there
    is also dmidecode for BIOS info.

    hwinfo has command line options as well;

    [CODE]
    /usr/sbin/hwinfo --help
    /usr/sbin/hwinfo
    sudo /usr/sbin/hwinfo
    /usr/sbin/hwinfo --gfxcard
    sudo dmidecode
    [CODE]

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