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I'm looking for a Debian/Ubuntu package that serves as a device manager, an application that allows me to see and modify hardware on my machine (ie. hard drives, network cards, etc.) through a visual interface.

I searched for one and found gnome-device-manager, however it seems to have been discontinued and is removed from the official repositories. I also searched the Ubuntu Software Centre but could not find any.

Does anybody know any alternatives I can use?

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One good device manager with benchmark capabilities is HardInfo:

Key Features:

  • Comprehensive reports on hardware
  • Generate HTML reports on your system's hardware
  • Benchmark and compare your system.

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