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Old 2021-07-09, 13:46   #11
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Originally Posted by drkirkby View Post
I will try those utilities later, but I need to reboot into Windows, and I have some real work to do just now.
Surely linux has the capability tucked away somewhere. (Quick DuckDuckGo search later...)
Dmidecode appears to provide the necessary info, at least indirectly.
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