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Is there any script in LINUX which can give all the hardware/OS  details installed on the server

Posted on 2013-02-06
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hello experts,

Can you advice, any script which can provide  all the details about Hardware/OS  details of - LINUX  operating system.  So that all the details can be collected at one shot

Thanks for your support -
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Easy onboard tools:

lshw
hwinfo
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dmidecode
uname -a
for RedHat family
cat /etc/redhat-release  (Redhat, Fedora, CentOS, Scientific)
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$ lspci
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