[PLUG-TALK] From your fingers to Lifehacker's feeds

Daniel Herrington dherrington at robertmarktech.com
Fri Mar 11 20:34:28 PST 2011

That's an odd sort of coincidence. I was working with a consultant at a 
client site and saw him using dmidecode. We then compared my usual cat 
/proc/* with dmidecode output. First time I saw dmidecode, and I liked 
it. The stick in the mud par tof me will probably still use cat /proc 

Michael wrote, On 03/11/2011 09:55 AM:
> Just a day ago we hear about dmidecode here.  Today it's a hot tip on 
> Lifehacker.com
> http://m.lifehacker.com/5780973/get-detailed-hardware-information-in-linux-with-the-dmidecode-command
> -- 
> Michael Rasmussen
> http://www.jamhome.us/
> Be Appropriate && Follow Your Curiosity
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