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How to find my motherboard related information under Xubuntu?

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The question itself is quite explanatory. My current PC configuration consists of 256 MB RAM and I am planning to upgrade to 1 or 2 GB RAM. So how can I find the amount of RAM my motherboard supports? I know searching google with motherboard number would have helped but I dont know how to find out motherboard information under Xubuntu (and I dont want to log into windows to find this silly bit of information....). So tell me how to find my motherboard's information on Linux (I'm on Xubuntu).

Thanks in advance........
Sep 29 '08 #1
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You can look at /proc. it has all information needed, All you've to do is find proper file. You can find CPU,memory,status information here
Sep 30 '08 #2

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Thanks ashitpro......
I will see to /proc and will post back if I face more problems.

Oct 1 '08 #3

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