org.linux_hardware.hw-probe

Check operability of computer hardware and find drivers
 
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A tool to probe for hardware, check operability and find drivers with the help of Linux Hardware Database.
Probe — is a snapshot of your computer hardware state. The tool checks operability of devices by analysis of logs and returns a permanent url to view the probe of the computer.
The probes are intended to simplify collecting of logs necessary for investigating hardware related problems. Just run one simple command to check hardware and collect all the system logs at once:
sudo -E flatpak run org.linux_hardware.hw-probe -all -upload
If some of hardware devices don't work due to a missed driver then the tool will suggest a proper Linux kernel version according to the LKDDb or third-party drivers.
By creating a probe, you contribute to the HDD/SSD desktop-class reliability study: https://github.com/linuxhw/SMART
Private info is not collected.
Note: The 'Launch' button doesn't work properly due to a bug 552 in GNOME Software. Use desktop icon instead to create the probe.
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Ottawa 1 month ago

I just hope not other info like IP-address is saved on the website where my hardware info is!

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Samuelfcampbell 6 months ago

I've used this with a Dell precision M4500 Linux 17.3 Rosa and found the resulting information very valuable in determining hardware satus for both internal and external machine devices. So you best be sure it is one of my favorites to add on to the Linux 20.1 'Ulyssa' Xfce 64-bit

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rickmint20 9 months ago

La aplicación Funciona bien en mi i3-1005G1