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How to determine processor type and speed, also RAM on UNIX NCR?

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A simple question. I was to determine what processor type and speed on a UNIX NCR machine. Also I want to know RAM size. Anyone know the command?
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From http://bhami.com/rosetta.html -
Try prtconf, devstat, machinetype and `more /etc/.osm`

The link above also lists newsgroups & the NCR websites(s) where you may find more info
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cat /proc/cpuinfo
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