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How do I get the system information?

Dear Experts,

I am using Fedora core (6 servers ranging from version 4-9).

How would I be able to (using the command-line) pull out the system's information?

I need to know which server has the best hardware, so I can throw out the old ones.
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TWCGuyCommented:
there is the lshw command. I know it is out there for Debian and RedHat distros (Ubuntu and Fedora). works great especially when you pipe it into a text file.
If not already installed you can do one of these two depending on distro:
Debian / Ubuntu: apt-get install lshw or
RedHat / Fedora: yum install lshw

source:
http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/linux-hardware-18/is-there-a-single-command-to-list-all-hardware-installed-command-line-361738/
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