This article covers how to check the system or hardware details of your Ubuntu 20.04 system.
If you want to check all the above details for Debian 10, click here. While to check system or hardware details for CentOS, click here.
For the command line tool, inxi is available to check:
i. Audio/sound card(s), driver, sound server.
ii. System battery info
iii. CPU output
iv. Hard Disk info
v. Graphics card, driver, display server, resolution, renderer, OpenGL version.
vi. vii. General info, including processes, uptime, memory, IRC client or shell type, inxi version.
vii. Memory (RAM) data (Require root)
viii. Network card, driver.
ix. system info, partition info, sensors output, USB data, and more.
To install inxi in Ubuntu, simply run command:
$ sudo apt-get install inxi
Then run man inxi to get a list of command options, or run inxi -F to get a brief output containing system or hardware details.