System Info, or System Information, refers to a dialog displaying detailed specifications about the system.

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How do I modify this script to get only the useful disk info I need in a list

I would like to get a list of all my hard disks including the following information. Serial Number, UUID, Size and the names and sizes of all of the partitions on each disk. I found this which gets ...
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How can I see my System details in a Graphical way? (in Lubuntu)

I am new to LUbuntu. In Windows, if I want to know my system properties, I see it by going to Control Panel and clicking on the System icon. What are the equivalents of these features in LUbuntu, ...
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How can I search info and properties on a drive?

How can I easy find info and properties on a drive in the pc (or USB linked)? Basically in windows you can use right click on the mouse and find the properties...
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Edit Ubuntu Details?

Long story short, I need to make it look like my computer has 2GB of Ram, instead of 4GB. Is there a way I can edit a file or something, to make it change in the System Details?
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How to display notebook model number?

I have a notebook HP Pavilion dm4 running Ubuntu 12.04 and I'm trying to determine the model number (like HP Pavilion dm4-2015dx or HP Pavilion dm4-2033cl, etc). There's no such information on ...
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How to sort lines in a text file from the terminal?

I have to sort the GPA in a file for my class lab. The teacher uses putty, for those of us that chose to use Ubuntu in the class, we have no idea how to do the command for ascending sort and ...
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Is there a System Monitor Lens?

I really want to know if there is a System Monitor lens out there. If this doesn't exist, it would be awesome to see system properties in a lens such as HDD usage, RAM, and another properties.
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Change the “device name” in the details window of System settings

I would like to change my "Device name" as shown in the settings panel. How do I do this?
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Ubuntu can't detect my Nvidia graphics card

In system details, I can't find information about my graphics card. I have installed graphics driver using Additional drivers. My graphics card is Nvidia 8400GS desktop version with 512 MB DDR2 ...
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Typing `fglrxinfo` command outputs “Command not found” on 12.04

I have a simple question and I do not know if the answer is around, but I did not find it. My question is "why whenever I type fglrxinfo in the terminal its says command not found and when I was on ...
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equivalent of JdiskReport on Ubuntu

I have used JDiskReport published by JGoodies to analyse the file size distribution on Windows. I am wondering if there is anything that is an equivalent of JDiskReport for ubuntu. I ask this not ...
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Computer info when login in a tty virtual shell

When I'm logging into a tty virtual shell, I obtain system information of the computer, like system load, memory usage, hard disc space on / ... I installed Ubuntu on two others computer but they ...
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I've got Internal Error whilst running a Ubuntu Beta. How to gather information and find out what it is?

Today, I was running the Ubuntu Beta (Ubuntu 12.04) and it experienced an internal error. I know I should file a bug report. However, I want to go check more detailed in the log files, but where are ...
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Best practice to monitor Ubuntu Server

I have an Ubuntu Server that is intermittently rebooting. I notice the reboot once every 3 weeks or so. I have a feeling that this is occurring more often and I want to get an accurate picture of the ...
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How to check needed power supply for my PC? [closed]

I want to buy UPS, but don't know parameters. How i can check my hardware for it?
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How to get (from terminal) total number of threads (per process and total for all processes)

I tried googling it, but I can't find it. I am looking for: number of threads in process X total number of threads running currently
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Intel HD Graphics card not recognized in System Info

When I check the info of my laptop, it shows me "Graphics Unknown": Can anyone help me resolve this?