System Information Command

01. Print all information
[root@daddylinux~]# uname –a

02. Print the kernel name
[root@daddylinux~]# uname –s

03. Print the network node hostname
[root@daddylinux~]# uname –n

04. Print the kernel release
[root@daddylinux~]# uname -r

05. Print the kernel version
[root@daddylinux~]# uname -v
06. Print the machine hardware name
[root@daddylinux~]# uname –m

07. Print the processor type
[root@daddylinux~]# uname –p

08. Print the hardware platform
[root@daddylinux~]# uname –i

09. Print the operating system
[root@daddylinux~]# uname –o

10. Display this help and exit
[root@daddylinux~]# uname --help

11. Output version information and exit
[root@daddylinux~]# uname –version

12. PCI Information
[root@daddylinux~]# lspci
[root@daddylinux~]# lspci –v |more

13. USB Information
[root@daddylinux~]# lsusb

14. CPU Information
[root@daddylinux~]# cat /proc/cpuinfo

15. Memory (Ram) Information
[root@daddylinux~]# cat /proc/meminfo |more

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