Linux lshw

Linux lshw command

Linux Check System Type Hardware

Basic Linux Command Example: 

 

Linux Check System Type Hardware.

 

   The example below use lshw command on Linux to check system type hardware information.  To execute the lshw command and start check system type you must have root privileges and the most important thing that the Linux lshw command install on your system.

 

Check system type example 1:

 

1.  Open the shell terminal and use su - command to gain privileges as root use (super user)

[fedora10@fedora10 ~]$ su -

Password:


How To Install lshw Command When lshw Command Not Found

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How To Install lshw Command When lshw Command Not Found.

 

   When try to execute lshw command, the error menssage say "-bash: lshw: command not found".  The lshw command is not an built in command and the lshw command is not bundle with your Linux Fedora default installation, that mean you need to install lshw command.  The step by step below show how to install lshw command on Linux Fedora system.

 

1.  Example of error message "-bash: lshw: command not found".


Check CPU Processor Type Information on Linux Fedora using lshw Command

Basic Linux Command Example: 

 

Check CPU Processor Type Information on Linux Fedora using lshw Command

 


Show Network Interface Card NIC Hardware Properties MAC Address Serial Number lshw Command

Basic Linux Command Example: 

 

Show Network Interface Card NIC Hardware Properties including MAC Address Serial Number using lshw Command.

 


Show Hard Disk Storage Device Hardware Details on Linux Fedora using lshw Command

Basic Linux Command Example: 

 

Show Hard Disk Storage Device Hardware Details on Linux Fedora using lshw Command

 

   How to check disk properties and how to check and show storage device properties on Linux system? The step by step Linux command example below show example on using lshw command to show Linux system disk properties and storage device properties.  The command example below execute on Linux Fedora 10 system and the output from the lshw command below may vary depends on your Linux system setting.

 


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