I-Nex – system Information tool

I-Nex is an open source system and hardware information tool similar to the Windows utility, CPU-Z. It comes with a well designed graphical user interface that allows users to view information about their system hardware.

Besides displaying hardware information, I-Nex can also generate advanced reports which can be forwarded to a nopaste service.

I-Nex uses a new version of Gambas which can make installation non-trivial for some distributions.

Features include:

  • Tabbed interface.
  • CPU:
    • Main information.
    • Family / Model / Stepping / Cores / Phy id.
    • Address sizes / Bogomips.
    • Flags.
    • x86 64-Bit Extensions / Hardware Virtualization / HT.
    • Cache:
      • L1 Data.
      • L1 Instruction.
      • Level 2.
      • Level 3.
  • GPU:
    • Graphics card.
    • OpenGL:
      • OpenGL Vendor.
      • OpenGL Renderer.
      • OpenGL Version.
      • Present resolution.
    • Available resolutions.
  • Mobo:
    • Manufacturer.
    • Model.
    • Bios: Manufacturer, Date, Version.
  • Sound:
    • Version.
    • ID.
    • Modules.
    • HWdep.
    • PCM.
  • Drives:
    • Drive vendor / rev.
    • Device model / Max sectors.
    • Mount point.
    • Device uuid.
    • Mount width.
    • Device real size / State.
    • Filesystem type / Modalias.
    • Ext range / Range / Removable.
    • Discard granularity / Discard zeroes data / Discard max bytes.
    • HW sector size / Add random.
    • Max sectors kb / Max HW sectors kb.
    • Max segments / Max segment size.
    • Read ahead kb / Scheduler.
  • System:
    • Host name.
    • Distribution.
    • Edition.
    • Time zone.
    • GCC version.
    • X.org version.
    • GLX version.
    • Architecture.
    • Shell.
    • Default LM/DM.
    • Number of installed packages.
    • System uptime.
  • Kernel:
    • Shows found kernels.
    • Kernel command line.
    • Module information.
  • Memory:
    • RAM used.
    • SWAP used.
    • Total, Used, Free, Shared, Buffers, Cached, and SWAP total.
  • Web:
    • Ethernet controller.
    • Show receive and transmit.
  • USB | Input:
    • USB device plugged.
    • Manufacturer.
    • Product.
    • Max power.
    • Speed.
    • Version.
    • Serial.
    • idVendor / idProduct.
  • General reports: CPU Tab, Motherboard / Bios Tab, Sound Tab, Graphics Tab, Include lspci, Include lsusb, Include /proc/scsi/scsi, Include dmesg, Include unity support test.
    • Send report to a nopaste service.
  • Take a screenshot.

Website: i-nex.linux.pl
Support:
Developer: Michat Gtowienka
License: GNU GPL v3

I-Nex

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