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DMIDECODE Command in Linux - How to use it ?

This article covers the usage of the DMIDECODE command in Linux. In fact, the "dmidecode" command in Linux is used for extracting all the hardware-related information of your system. 

Dmidecode stands for DMI (Desktop Management Interface) table decoder, as the name suggests it reads the data from DMI table and represents to us in human readable format. DMI table holds the system hardware details like BIOS, Serial Number, RAM(DIMMs) and CPU details etc, apart from this dmidecode can also retrieve details about the maximum system supported configuration (like DIMMs & Processors etc).