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Is there a command to show system resources, like processor speed? I'm a remote user (no root access) and can't watch it boot, and am curious. Tried using uname, but isn't quite emough.
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"more /proc/cpuinfo"
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Thanks. Sorry it took so long to answer, I travel alot for work.
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No problem... As you've probably already discovered there's quite a bit of stuff that can be gleaned from the /proc structure.
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