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will give me: ``ThinkPad T60''
will give several details, but the IP address is under ``inet addr''.
Notice that you could also use the following
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With we can see all details about the partitions.
With we can see the memory use, as follows:
total used free shared buffers cached Mem: 1546484 1329288 217196 0 19204 803812 -/+ buffers/cache: 506272 1040212 Swap: 995988 34760 961228The first line indicates that, out of 1.5GB of RAM, 1.3GB is ``in use''. The next line shows us that while 1.3GB is being used, only 500MB of this is actually being used by applications; the rest is being used for buffers and cache. The most important part of this listing for assessing performance is the Swap line; this shows us that we are currently using some swap. The system is able to fit everything into physical memory without having to resort (too much) to slow, disk-based swap space.
The following two syntax give also some information on memory
To force a disk check on next reboot
To check badblocks
[where sda2 represents the partition where ubuntu is installed]
[where sda2 represents
the partition where ubuntu is installed]
type , if you get a windows with levels to move, then is working ok.
this will be installed in ``Applications/sound-video''.
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