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What is the Linux command to find out hardware info?

I need a tool for Linux to view my computer's hardware details while I'm logged in.

For example, hardware details like:

  • Laptop Serial No
  • Processor
  • RAM Capacity
  • HDD Capacity
  • IP Address
  • Wireless MAC Address
  • Ethernet MAC Address
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marked as duplicate by slhck, Journeyman Geek, RedGrittyBrick, Doug Harris, Nifle May 23 '12 at 19:47

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What is the Linux command to find out hardware info? will give you CPU, RAM and HDD info.

For the networking info you can use ifconfig, or for more focussed commands see: List availible NICs on Linux

To locate the serial number you may find dmidecode useful.

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