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This is all I get:

sudo lshw -C memory
  *-memory                
       description: System memory
       physical id: 0
       size: 7981MiB

sudo lshw doesn't give any more info. lshw used to show individual memory banks.

What am I doing wrong?

5

use :

 lshw -class memory

try it without sudo .

or use sudo dmidecode --type 17

2

You can type this at terminal dmidecode

1

This is yet another regression bug of 16.04.

See this bug report: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/lshw/+bug/1586473

As you can see in the link if you build lshw from source it works properly.

sudo apt-get source lshw
sudo checkinstall

http://wyldeplayground.net/ubuntu-ubuntu-16-04-aarch64-lshw-c-memory-did-not-show-memory-banks-info-correctly/

1

Indeed this seems to be a bug with the lshw shipped with Ubuntu 15.10 and 16.04.

Similar to Kat Amsteram's answer, I fixed the issue by running:

sudo apt-get source lshw
sudo make
sudo make install

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