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    Default Is there an openSUSE 12.3 app that shows motherboard info

    openSUSE 12.3
    KDE 4.10.5

    similar to the stuff that Sisoft Sandra shows ?

    thanks
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    Default Re: Is there an openSUSE 12.3 app that shows motherboard info

    kinfocenter gives a lot of info don't know Sisoft Sandra so can't say if there is any difference or not.

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    I too have no clue as to what Sisoft Sandra shows. However, a nice little command line app is inxi ... running "inxi -F" gives very succinct output

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    Hi
    What about hardinfo?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hextejas View Post
    openSUSE 12.3
    KDE 4.10.5

    similar to the stuff that Sisoft Sandra shows ?

    thanks
    Here is another choice: H.I. Hardware Information - A Bash script to install and run inxi with default options! - Blogs - openSUSE Forums

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    Default Re: Is there an openSUSE 12.3 app that shows motherboard info

    I also like to install the packman packager packaged application 'inxi' and send the command 'inxi -F'.

    For more specific detailed motherboard memory related information, I find 'dmidecode' (which needs to be run with root permissions) quite good.

    I also have no clue about "Sisoft Sandra".

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    Default Re: Is there an openSUSE 12.3 app that shows motherboard info

    hextejas wrote:
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    > openSUSE 12.3
    > KDE 4.10.5
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    > similar to the stuff that Sisoft Sandra shows ?
    >
    > thanks
    >
    >

    YaST ==> Hardware Information ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyler_K View Post
    I too have no clue as to what Sisoft Sandra shows. However, a nice little command line app is inxi ... running "inxi -F" gives very succinct output
    Thanks Tyler, it does show quite a lot in a few lines and it had the info I was looking for.
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    I had to laugh at the comments about HI. It's one of those neat little utilities that I always forget how to run and is now permanently carved into my list of "stuff" I use all the time.
    The list keeps getting longer.

    inxi -H
    mc
    zc
    dmidecode


    and dang I forgot one I am sure.
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    Default Re: Is there an openSUSE 12.3 app that shows motherboard info

    On 2013-10-20 20:26, hextejas wrote:

    > The list keeps getting longer.
    >
    > inxi -H
    > mc
    > zc
    > dmidecode


    You have one on me. What is 'zc'?

    > and dang I forgot one I am sure.


    Try 'iptraf' ;-)

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