Is there any built-in software or terminal method allowing me to view the hardware profiles on my system? Windows equivalent of such a feature would be Device Manager.
There are a few options:
There are several ways to gather hardware information. I will post all the possibilities I know. For further information on any of the programs please consult their man pages.
It will present a very detailed list of pretty much every component. To get a shorter list representation you can use the
You can make it output the information in several ways.
It does also present the components in a very detailed fashion. Here the
I don't know of any one-in-all solution to dis/enable hardware or drivers. Drivers generally are kernel modules which you can enable (add) and disable (remove) using the
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HardwareLiSter is a useful tool that can show you detailed info on all the hardware on your system in a nice GUI interface.
If you prefer to use a terminal try