Install hwinfo

If you are on a debian-based distro (ubuntu, mint, etc.) or Suse (which it is a tool of) you can run:

sudo apt-get install hwinfo

(not that kind of tool…)

If you are on an RPM based distro (fedora, centos, etc) you can run:

yum install hwinfo

UPDATE: Ok, so maybe not so much on an RPM based distro (fedora, centos, redhat, etc…)
I tried… I really tried…. (sniff, sniff)


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