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How do you check System  Info in linux?
I want to find the following

RAM
Processor Speed
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Question by:jibranilyas
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The following may be useful:

cat /proc/cpuinfo

cat /proc/meminfo

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may be useful?

If the above is not useful, then please give more details of your distribution and the type of info that you are after.

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to check the total, used and free memore , type :

free

free -m to display in megabyte
free -g to display in gb
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How about...


hwinfo --cpu --memory
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thanks y'all
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by:jibranilyas
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hwinfo didn't work

# hwinfo --cpu --memory
-bash: hwinfo: command not found
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