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    Is there a similar program like cpu-z for linux?

    Is there a similar program like cpu-z for linux? Cheers Ant

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    Re: Is there a similar program like cpu-z for linux?

    lshw

    full output
    Code:
    sudo lshw
    short output
    Code:
    sudo lshw -short

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    Re: Is there a similar program like cpu-z for linux?

    CPU:
    cat /proc/cpuinfo
    Memory
    cat /proc/meminfo

    Devices:
    PCI Devices (cards, chipset)
    sudo lspci -v

    Usb devices
    sudo lsusb -v

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    Re: Is there a similar program like cpu-z for linux?

    what about for monitoring temperatures of hardware?

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    Re: Is there a similar program like cpu-z for linux?

    Quote Originally Posted by Vigh View Post
    what about for monitoring temperatures of hardware?
    install sensors-applet: sudo apt-get install sensors-applet

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    Re: Is there a similar program like cpu-z for linux?

    Use CPU-G for Linux! Close similiar with CPU-Z: http://www.webupd8.org/2009/10/cpu-z...ntu-cpu-g.html.

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    Re: Is there a similar program like cpu-z for linux?

    Thank you for sharing. Everyone’s questions are important and answers are valuable.

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