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Inxi, es un script de Perl, hasta la fecha de escribir este artículo, viene preinstalado en las distribuciones: Arch Linux, Ubuntu y Linux Mint y generalmente no viene preinstalado en el resto de las distribuciones, como Fedora, Debian, CentOS o RedHat.

Para CentOS y RedHat, es posible que tengas que instalar el repositorio EPEL.

Cómo habilitar el repositorio EPEL en RHEL / RedHat / CentOS 5 / 6 / 7?

Cómo instalar inxi

inxi está presente en el repositorio por defecto de la mayoría de distribuciones, de modo que es posible instalarlo con los siguientes comandos:

Instalar inxi en Arch y derivados:

# pacman -S inxi

Instalar inxi en Debian/Ubuntu y derivados:

# apt-get install inxi

Instalar inxi en Fedora y derivados:

# yum install inxi

Cómo utilizar inxi

Simplemente hay que abrir un terminal y ejecutar el script:

inxi

Es posible limitar la información a mostrar en base a los siguientes parámetros:

Conocer la marca y modelo de la Placa Base.

inxi -M

Mostrar la información de la tarjeta de sonido.

inxi -A

Mostrar información del CPU, incluyendo la velocidad de reloj del CPU.

inxi -C

Mostrar información del disco duro, no sólo el modelo.

inxi -D

Mostrar información de la tarjeta gráfica (tarjeta, tipo, resolución, procesador glx, versión, etc.).

inxi -G

Conocer los datos de los dispositivos de Red.

inxi -N

Toda la información del sistema en una única pantalla

inxi -F

Otras más información sobre Inxi:

-I Información general: procesos activos, tiempo de actividad, memoria, cliente de IRC, versión inxi.
-l Mostrar etiquetas de las particiones.
-n Mostrar información avanzada de la tarjeta de red. Igual que -Nn. Muestra la interfaz, velocidad, dirección MAC, estado, etc.

 

Con: inxi -h, obtendremos toda la información:

[javier@localhost ~]$ inxi -h
inxi supports the following options. You can combine these or list them one by one. For more detailed 
information, see man inxi. Examples: inxi -v4 -c6 OR inxi -bDc 6. If you start inxi with no arguments, it 
will display a short system summary. 

The following options, if used without -F, -b, or -v, will show option line(s): A, B, C, D, G, I, M, N, 
P, R, S, W, d, f, i, l, m, n, o, p, r, s, t, u, w, --slots, --usb - you can use these alone or together 
to show just the line(s) you want to see. If you use them with -v [level], -b or -F, inxi will combine 
the outputs. 
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Output Control Options:
 -a, --admin      Adds advanced sys admin data (only works with verbose or line output, not short form):
                     -C  If available: CPU vulnerabilities (bugs); family, model-id, stepping - format: 
                         hex (decimal) if greater than 9, otherwise hex; microcode - format: hex. 
                     -d  If available: logical and physical block sizes.
                  -p,-P  If available: raw size of partition, percent available for user, block size of 
                         file system (root required); for swap, shows swapiness and vfs cache pressure, 
                         and if values are default or not. 
 -A, --audio      Audio/sound card(s), driver, sound server.
 -b, --basic      Basic output, short form. Same as inxi -v 2.
 -B, --battery    System battery info, including charge and condition, plus extra info (if battery 
                  present). 
 -c, --color      Set color scheme (0-42). For piped or redirected output, you must use an explicit color 
                  selector. Example: inxi -c 11 
                  Color selectors let you set the config file value for the selection (NOTE: IRC and 
                  global only show safe color set) 
                     94  Console, out of X
                     95  Terminal, running in X - like xTerm
                     96  Gui IRC, running in X - like Xchat, Quassel, Konversation etc.
                     97  Console IRC running in X - like irssi in xTerm
                     98  Console IRC not in X
                     99  Global - Overrides/removes all settings. Setting specific removes global.
 -C, --cpu        CPU output, including per CPU clock speed and max CPU speed (if available).
 -d, --disk-full, --optical
                  Optical drive data (and floppy disks, if present). Triggers -D.
 -D, --disk       Hard Disk info, including total storage and details for each disk. Disk total used 
                  percentage includes swap partition size(s). 
 -f, --flags      All CPU flags. Triggers -C. Not shown with -F to avoid spamming.
 -F, --full       Full output. Includes all Upper Case line letters except -W, plus -s and -n. Does not 
                  show extra verbose options such as -d -f -i -l -m -o -p -r -t -u -x, unless specified. 
 -G, --graphics   Graphics info (card(s), driver, display protocol (if available), display server, 
                  resolution, renderer, OpenGL version). 
 -i, --ip         WAN IP address and local interfaces (requires ifconfig or ip network tool). Triggers 
                  -n. Not shown with -F for user security reasons. You shouldn't paste your local/WAN IP. 
 -I, --info       General info, including processes, uptime, memory, IRC client or shell type, inxi 
                  version. 
 -l, --label      Partition labels. Triggers -P. For full -p output, use -pl.
 -m, --memory     Memory (RAM) data. Requires root. Numbers of devices (slots) supported and individual 
                  memory devices (sticks of memory etc). For devices, shows device locator, size, speed, 
                  type (e.g. DDR3). If neither -I nor -tm are selected, also shows RAM used/total. 
 -M, --machine    Machine data. Device type (desktop, server, laptop, VM etc.), motherboard, BIOS and, if 
                  present, system builder (e.g. Lenovo). Shows UEFI/BIOS/UEFI [Legacy]. Older 
                  systems/kernels without the required /sys data can use dmidecode instead, run as root. 
                  Dmidecode can be forced with --dmidecode 
 -n, --network-advanced
                  Advanced Network card info. Triggers -N. Shows interface, speed, MAC id, state, etc. 
 -N, --network    Network card(s), driver.
 -o, --unmounted  Unmounted partition info (includes UUID and Label if available). Shows file system type 
                  if you have lsblk installed (Linux) or, for BSD/GNU Linux, if 'file' installed and you 
                  are root or if you have added to /etc/sudoers (sudo v. 1.7 or newer). 
                  Example:   ALL = NOPASSWD: /usr/bin/file 
 -p, --partitions-full
                  Full partition information (-P plus all other detected partitions).
 -P, --partitions Basic partition info. Shows, if detected: / /boot /home /opt /tmp /usr /usr/home /var 
                  /var/log /var/tmp. Use -p to see all mounted partitions. 
 -r, --repos      Distro repository data. Supported repo types: APK, APT, EOPKG, PACMAN, PACMAN-G2, PISI, 
                  PORTAGE, PORTS (BSDs), SLACKPKG, TCE, URPMQ, XBPS, YUM/ZYPP. 
 -R, --raid       RAID data. Shows RAID devices, states, levels, and components. md-raid: If device is 
                  resyncing, also shows resync progress line. 
 -s, --sensors    Sensors output (if sensors installed/configured): mobo/CPU/GPU temp; detected fan 
                  speeds. GPU temp only for Fglrx/Nvidia drivers. Nvidia shows screen number for > 1 
                  screen. IPMI sensors if present. 
     --slots      PCI slots: type, speed, status. Requires root.
 -S, --system     System info: host name, kernel, desktop environment (if in X/Wayland), distro.
 -t, --processes  Processes. Requires extra options: c (CPU), m (memory), cm (CPU+memory). If followed by 
                  numbers 1-x, shows that number of processes for each type (default: 5; if in IRC, max: 
                  5). 
                  Make sure that there is no space between letters and numbers (e.g. -t cm10).
     --usb        Show USB data: Hubs and Devices.
 -u, --uuid       Partition UUIDs. Triggers -P. For full -p output, use -pu.
 -v, --verbosity  Set inxi verbosity level (0-8). Should not be used with -b or -F. Example: inxi -v 4
                      0  Same as: inxi
                      1  Basic verbose, -S + basic CPU + -G + basic Disk + -I.
                      2  Networking card (-N), Machine (-M), Battery (-B; if present), and, if present, 
                         basic RAID (devices only; notes if inactive). Same as inxi -b 
                      3  Advanced CPU (-C), battery (-B), network (-n); triggers -x. 
                      4  Partition size/used data (-P) for (if present) /, /home, /var/, /boot. Shows 
                         full disk data (-D). 
                      5  Audio card (-A), sensors (-s), memory/RAM (-m), partition label (-l), UUID (-u), 
                         short form of optical drives, standard RAID data (-R). 
                      6  Full partition (-p), unmounted partition (-o), optical drive (-d), USB (--usb), 
                         full RAID; triggers -xx. 
                      7  Network IP data (-i); triggers -xxx.
                      8  Everything available, including repos (-r), processes (-tcm), PCI slots 
                         (--slots). 
 -w, --weather    Local weather data/time. To check an alternate location, see -W.
 -W, --weather-location
                  [location] Supported options for [location]: postal code; city, state/country; 
                  latitude, longitude. Only use if you want the weather somewhere other than the machine 
                  running inxi. Use only ASCII characters, replace spaces in city/state/country names 
                  with '+'. Example: inxi -W new+york,ny 
     --weather-unit
                  Set weather units to metric (m), imperial (i), metric/imperial (mi), or imperial/metric 
                  (im). 
 -x, --extra      Adds the following extra data (only works with verbose or line output, not short form):
                     -B  Vendor/model, status (if available); attached devices (e.g. wireless mouse, 
                         keyboard, if present). 
                     -C  CPU flags, Bogomips on CPU; CPU microarchitecture + revision (if found, or 
                         unless --admin, then shows as 'stepping'). 
                     -d  Extra optical drive features data; adds rev version to optical drive.
                     -D  HDD temp with disk data if you have hddtemp installed, if you are root, or if 
                         you have added to /etc/sudoers (sudo v. 1.7 or newer). 
                         Example:  ALL = NOPASSWD: /usr/sbin/hddtemp 
                     -G  Direct rendering status (in X); Screen number GPU is running on (Nvidia only).
                     -i  For IPv6, show additional scope addresses: Global, Site, Temporary, Unknown. See 
                         --limit for large counts of IP addresses. 
                     -I  Default system GCC. With -xx, also shows other installed GCC versions. If 
                         running in shell, not in IRC client, shows shell version number, if detected. 
                         Init/RC type and runlevel (if available). 
                     -m  Max memory module size (if available), device type.
                  -N -A  Version/port(s)/driver version (if available).
               -N -A -G  PCI Bus ID/USB ID number of card.
                     -R  md-raid: second RAID Info line with extra data: blocks, chunk size, bitmap (if 
                         present). Resync line, shows blocks synced/total blocks. Hardware RAID driver 
                         version, bus ID. 
                     -s  Basic voltages (ipmi, lm-sensors if present): 12v, 5v, 3.3v, vbat.
                     -S  Kernel gcc version; system base of distro (if relevant and detected)
                     -t  Adds memory use output to CPU (-xt c), and CPU use to memory (-xt m).
                  --usb  For Device: driver.
                  -w -W  Wind speed and direction, humidity, pressure, and (-w only) time zone.
-xx, --extra 2    Show extra, extra data (only works with verbose or line output, not short form):
                     -A  Chip vendor:product ID for each audio device.
                     -B  Serial number, voltage now/minimum (if available).
                     -C  L1/L3 cache (if root and dmidecode installed).
                     -D  Disk transfer speed; NVMe lanes; Disk serial number.
                     -G  Chip vendor:product ID for each video card; OpenGL compatibility version, if 
                         free drivers and available; compositor (experimental); alternate Xorg drivers 
                         (if available). Alternate means driver is on automatic driver check list of Xorg 
                         for the card vendor, but is not installed on system. 
                     -I  Other detected installed gcc versions (if present). System default runlevel. 
                         Adds parent program (or tty) for shell info if not in IRC. Adds Init version 
                         number, RC (if found). 
                     -m  Manufacturer, part number; single/double bank (if found).
                     -M  Chassis info, BIOS ROM size (dmidecode only), if available.
                     -N  Chip vendor:product ID.
                     -R  md-raid: Superblock (if present), algorithm. If resync, shows progress bar. 
                         Hardware RAID Chip vendor:product ID. 
                     -s  DIMM/SOC voltages (ipmi only).
                     -S  Display manager (dm) in desktop output (e.g. kdm, gdm3, lightdm); active window 
                         manager if detected; desktop toolkit, if available (Xfce/KDE/Trinity only). 
                --slots  Slot length.
                  --usb  Vendor:chip ID.
                  -w -W  Wind chill, dew point, heat index, if available.
-xxx, --extra 3   Show extra, extra, extra data (only works with verbose or line output, not short form):
                     -A  Specific vendor/product information (if relevant), serial number.
                     -B  Chemistry, cycles, location (if available).
                     -C  CPU boost (turbo) enabled/disabled, if present.
                     -D  Firmware rev. if available; partition scheme, in some cases; disk rotation speed 
                         (if detected). 
                     -G  Specific vendor/product information (if relevant); compositor version (if 
                         detectable). 
                     -I  For 'Shell:' adds ([su|sudo|login]) to shell name if present; for 'running in:' 
                         adds (SSH) if SSH session. 
                     -m  Width of memory bus, data and total (if present and greater than data); Detail 
                         for Type, if present; module voltage, if available; serial number. 
                     -N  Specific vendor/product information (if relevant); serial number.
                     -R  zfs-raid: portion allocated (used) by RAID devices/arrays. md-raid: system 
                         md-raid support types (kernel support, read ahead, RAID events). Hardware RAID 
                         rev, ports, specific vendor/product information. 
                     -S  Panel/tray/bar/dock info in desktop output, if in X (like lxpanel, xfce4-panel, 
                         mate-panel); (if available) dm version number, window manager version number. 
                  --usb  For Device: serial number (if present), interface count; USB speed.
                  -w -W  Location (uses -z/irc filter), weather observation time, altitude (shows extra 
                         lines for data where relevant). 
 -y, --width      Output line width max (integer >= 80). Overrides IRC/Terminal settings or actual 
                  widths. Example: inxi -y 130 
 -z, --filter     Adds security filters for IP/MAC addresses, serial numbers, location (-w), user home 
                  directory name. Default on for IRC clients. 
 -Z, --filter-override
                  Absolute override for output filters. Useful for debugging networking issues in IRC, 
                  for example. 
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Additional Options:
 -h, --help       This help menu.
     --recommends Checks inxi application dependencies + recommends, and directories, then shows what 
                  package(s) you need to install to add support for that feature. 
 -V, --version    Prints inxi version info then exits.
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Advanced Options:
     --alt        Trigger for various advanced options:
                     40  Bypass Perl as a downloader option.
                     41  Bypass Curl as a downloader option.
                     42  Bypass Fetch as a downloader option.
                     43  Bypass Wget as a downloader option.
                     44  Bypass Curl, Fetch, and Wget as downloader options. Forces Perl if HTTP::Tiny 
                         present. 
     --display    [:[0-9]] Try to get display data out of X (default: display 0).
     --dmidecode  Force use of dmidecode data instead of /sys where relevant (e.g. -M, -B).
     --downloader Force inxi to use [curl|fetch|perl|wget] for downloads.
     --host       Turn on hostname for -S.
     --indent-min Set point where inxi autowraps line starters.
     --limit      [-1; 1-x] Set max output limit of IP addresses for -i (default 10; -1 removes limit).
     --no-host    Turn off hostname for -S. Useful if showing output from servers etc.
     --no-ssl     Skip SSL certificate checks for all downloader actions (Wget/Fetch/Curl only).
     --output     [json|screen|xml] Change data output type. Requires --output-file if not screen.
     --output-file
                  [Full filepath|print] Output file to be used for --output.
     --partition-sort
                  [dev-base|fs|id|label|percent-used|size|uuid|used] Change sort order of partition 
                  output. See man page for specifics. 
     --sleep      [0-x.x] Change CPU sleep time, in seconds, for -C (default: 0.35). Allows system to 
                  catch up and show a more accurate CPU use. Example: inxi -Cxxx --sleep 0.15 
     --usb-sys    Force USB data to use /sys as data source (Linux only).
     --usb-tool   Force USB data to use lsusb as data source (Linux only).
     --wm         Force wm: to use wmctrl as data source. Default uses ps.
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Debugging Options:
     --debug      Triggers debugging modes.
                    1-3  On screen debugger output.
                     10  Basic logging.
                     11  Full file/system info logging.
                  The following create a tar.gz file of system data, plus inxi output. To automatically 
                  upload debugger data tar.gz file to ftp.techpatterns.com: inxi --debug 21 
                     20  Full system data collection: /sys; xorg conf and log data, xrandr, xprop, 
                         xdpyinfo, glxinfo etc.; data from dev, disks, partitions, etc. 
                     21  Upload debugger dataset to inxi debugger server automatically, removes debugger 
                         data directory, leaves tar.gz debugger file. 
                     22  Upload debugger dataset to inxi debugger server automatically, removes debugger 
                         data directory and debugger tar.gz file. 
     --debug-proc Force debugger parsing of /proc as sudo/root.
     --debug-proc-print
                  To locate file that /proc debugger hangs on.
     --debug-no-sys
                  Skip /sys debugging in case of a hang.
     --debug-sys  Force PowerPC debugger parsing of /sys as sudo/root.
     --debug-sys-print
                  To locate file that /sys debugger hangs on.
     --ftp        Use with --debugger 21 to trigger an alternate FTP server for upload. 
                  Format: [ftp.xx.xx/yy]. Must include a remote directory to upload to. 
                  Example: inxi --debug 21 --ftp ftp.myserver.com/incoming 
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