CPU-X is a free and open source system hardware information tool for Linux and FreeBSD. Using CPU-X you can get your Linux system hardware information. Its user interface looks similar to CPU-Z for Windows. If you start the CPU-X daemon…
Vivaldi is a new modern web browser from Vivaldi Technologies, a company founded by former co-founder and CEO of Opera, Jon Stephenson von Tetzchner. It is available for windows, mac and linux OS. You can download it from vivaldi download page.
It will work mostly well with windows but it will cause some flickering or flashing screen problem in ubuntu and some other linux distributions. For example if you play any youtube video on vivaldi browser it will happen. Mainly the flickering depends on you GPU driver.
lshw is a small and build in tool in Ubuntu to get the detailed information on the hardware configuration. Using this you can view your memory configuration details, firmware details, mainboard configuration details, CPU details and system speed, cache configuration, bus speed details and lots more. Now we are goin to use this tool to get our system details. It currently supports DMI, OpenFirmware device tree, PCI/AGP, CPUID, IDE/ATA/ATAPI, PCMCIA , SCSI and USB.
In Ubuntu, there are lots of commands available to check your hardware information. Using this you can view all your system details completly without any third party outside tools. In this tutorial we are going to see how to get the your Ubuntu system hardware details with build in tools. Here we are using lscpu, lshw, dmidecode, lspci and some others.