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use command sudo lshw -class memory it will give you like : *-memory description: System Memory physical id: 33 slot: System board or motherboard size: 4GiB *-bank:0 description: DIMM [empty] physical id: 0 slot: ChannelA-DIMM0 *-bank:1 description: DIMM [empty] ...
Another way to get all the numbers directly; To get the total number of slots: sudo dmidecode -t memory | grep -c '^Memory Device$' To get the number of slots used: sudo dmidecode -t memory | grep -c -Po '^\tPart Number: (?!\[Empty\])' To get the maximum capacity: sudo dmidecode -t memory | grep -Po '^\tMaximum Capacity: \K.*' ubuntu@ubuntu ~ % ...
Answer under development, please be patient :) As I understand you are a very new user to the Linux/Unix world, hence you seem to slightly mix up terminology. Let me go over some of the core ideas, before we proceed to actually installing stuff. Linux Distros vs Desktop Environments Linux distributions aren't necessarily characterized by having this or ...
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you are a bit terse with your question. Do you have any adversary effects with your computer thinkin it is a laptop? As a quick and dirty solution, you could probably just deinstall the package: sudo apt-get purge laptop-detect If you need it later again: sudo apt-get install laptop-detect
Welcome. Here is some information that you may find useful: How to ask a question What's a desktop environment What's a GNU/Linux distribution What's a package manager
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