Complete Computer Hardware Information with one command

There is always something hidden in Debian, and there is always another Debian Geek who will find it. In this  case thanks go to Debian Maniáco.

Open your terminal and type in this command:

  sudo dmidecode -s

Then add one of these arguments after it for the information you want.

  bios-vendor
  bios-version
  bios-release-date
  system-manufacturer
  system-product-name
  system-version
  system-serial-number
  system-uuid
  baseboard-manufacturer
  baseboard-product-name
  baseboard-version
  baseboard-serial-number
  baseboard-asset-tag
  chassis-manufacturer
  chassis-type
  chassis-version
  chassis-serial-number
  chassis-asset-tag
  processor-family
  processor-manufacturer
  processor-version
  processor-frequency

Nice find Lex Aleksandre !!

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5 thoughts on “Complete Computer Hardware Information with one command

  1. Looks like another handy tool. Let's take care though. From 'man dmidecode':
    “More often than not, information contained in the DMI tables is inaccurate, incomplete or simply wrong.”
    🙂

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