[NBLUG/talk] What's my video card?
argonaut at softhome.net
Thu Apr 29 23:30:15 PDT 2004
Eric Eisenhart wrote on Thu, 29 Apr 2004 22:06:28 -0700:
> If you're running a redhat-based distribution or otherwise have
> "kudzu" installed, you can look at /etc/sysconfig/hwconf .
> You can run "lspci" to see what's on the PCI bus (you can
> usually ignore all the bridges). You can run "lsusb" to see
> what USB devices are hooked up. "cdrecord -scanbus" will show
> you scsi devices, as well as anything that pretends to be scsi
> (such as atapi cd burners, some firewire devices, some usb
> devices, some sata setups, etc...). Or you can peek directly
> into/proc/scsi/scsi to see those. "cat /proc/ide/*/model" to
> see some IDE devices...
> Some redhat distributions had a "sysreport" utility available
> that would generate a report along the lines of what you mean.
If you're running KDE, or at least have it installed, you can get
much of the above, plus a little extra, from KDE's "Info Center".
If you don't see it in the application menu, try "kinfocenter" at
the command line.
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