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Hardwareparameter unter Linux auslesen.

Um eine Übersicht über die verbaute Hardware zu bekommen gibt es mehrere Varianten.

Variante 1

# sudu apt-get install dmidecode
# sudo dmidecode -t [parameter]
Parameter Information Parameter Information
0 BIOS 22
Portable Battery
1 System 23
System Reset
2 Base Board 24
Hardware Security
3 Chassis 25
System Power Controls
4 Prozessor
26
Voltage Probe
5 Memory Controller
27
Cooling Device
6 Memory Module
28
Temperature Probe
7 Cache
29
Electrical Current Probe
8 Port Connector
30
Out-of-band Remote Access
9 System Slots
31
Boot Integrity Services
10 On Board Devices
32
System Boot
11 OEM Strings
33
64-bit Memory Error
12 System Configuration Options
34
Management Device
13 BIOS Language
35
Management Device Component
14 Group Associations
36
Management Device Threshold Data
15 System Event Log
37
Memory Channel
16 Physical Memory Array
38
IPMI Device
17 Memory Device
39
Power Supply
18 32-bit Memory Error
126
used for disabled entries
19 Memory Array Mapped Address
127
(end-of-table marker)
20 Memory Device Mapped Address
128 - 255
OEM-specific data
21 Built-in Pointing Device


Variante 2

# sudu apt-get install hwinfo
# hwinfo