Inxi is a free and open source command line system information tool for Linux and BSD. Released under the GNU General Public License v3.0 license. You can use it to view system hardware, CPU, RAM, drivers, Xorg, desktops, kernels, processes, and all other useful information about your system. It’s a great tool for Linux admins to get all the information in one tool. Supports the widest range of hardware and servers. Based on infobash by locsmif.
Install Inxi System Information Tool on Ubuntu.
You can install the Inxi System Information Tool on Ubuntu via the default package manager. Open the terminal and execute the following command to update the software source list.
sudo apt update
Enter the Ubuntu user password. Then run this Inxi install command.
sudo apt install inxi
Install Inxi System Information Tool on Fedora.
Open a terminal emulator with fedora and run this command to install inxi.
sudo dnf install inxi
Usage of inxi:
Run this command to see all available inxi usage options.
Find details about your Linux system using inxi:
1. Display a short system overview on Linux:
This will show you details such as CPU type, uptime, CPU speed, kernel details, RAM memory details, hard disk size, shell details, Inxi version and more.
2. Display all Linux system hardware information.
inxi -F -xxx
3. View IP details
4. View partition details
5. View motherboard details
6. View CPU details
It’s a sequel.