The inxi command lists details about your system, CPU, graphics, audio, networking, drives, partitions, sensors, and more. Forum participants often ask for its output when they're trying to help others solve problems. It's a standard diagnostic for problem-solving:
Type at the terminal prompt $
The -F flag means you'll get full output, x adds details, and z masks out personally identifying information like MAC and IP addresses.
You copy the output, then in the forum, type ~~~ then hit return. Paste the copied text under ~~~, hit return again and type ~~~ under the pasted text.
The hwinfo and lshw commands display much of the same information in different formats:
Again, you copy the output to put in the forum for the gurus to see. type in forum ~~~, return key, paste the text, return key, type ~~~. Now the text is in a good forum form & it's a big help to the forum wizards who really do care. They aren't being mean; it's just that they aren't psychic. Just an observation on my part. I know they appreciate it when you give them enough info to actually figure out what is possible issue & solution. Now you know. Standard stuff. Sorry forum friends, I get frustrated too. Thanks for listening to my rant.