A tool for gathering and displaying system information.
The procinfo command gets system data from the /proc directory (the
kernel filesystem), formats it and displays it on standard output.
You can use procinfo to acquire information about your system from the
kernel as it is running.
Install procinfo if you'd like to use it to gather and display system
Welcome to procinfo 18!
Procinfo is a small program that gathers some system information from
diverse files under /proc and prints it to the screen. It duplicates some of
the functionality of free(1) and uptime(1). It should work with any kernel
release close to 1.0 or later up to the latest development kernel. (Well, I
haven't actually tried 1.0 for years, but you get the idea.)
Lsdev is a Perl
LSDEV(8) Linux System Manual LSDEV(8)
lsdev - display information about installed hardware
lsdev gathers information about your computer's installed
hardware from the interrupts, ioports and dma files in the
/proc directory, thus giving you a quick overview of which
PROCINFO(8) Linux System Manual PROCINFO(8)
procinfo - display system status gathered from /proc
procinfo [ -fsmadiDSbrChv ] [ -nN ] [ -Ffile ]
procinfo gathers some system data from the /proc directory
and prints it nicely formatted on the standard output device.
The meanings of the fields are as foll
SOCKLIST(8) Linux System Manual SOCKLIST(8)
socklist - displ
* New in version 18 (2001-03-02):
Right, finally a new release of
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