What I am looking for is something equivalent to "device manager" in Windows. Do I have to go to terminal to find it; if so, what do I type in?

asked 26 Aug '10, 13:38

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If you are using Ubuntu, do the following:

sudo apt-get --yes -q install gnome-device-manager
sudo apt-get --yes -q install hardinfo

Those two programs will give you exactly what you're looking for. They also have a GUI front-end to them as well.

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answered 26 Aug '10, 14:09

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edited 26 Aug '10, 14:46

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