hardware

How To Get Hardware Information In Linux

4 tools for getting hardware information in Linux

PLoP Boot Manager Lets You Boot From An USB Even If The BIOS Doesn't Support It

PLoP Boot Manager is a small program to boot different operating systems harddisk, floppy, CD/DVD or from USB. The interesting part about PLoP is that it can boot from an USB even without BIOS support so if you have an old computer with no BIOS USB boot support (and the same goes for CD/DVD) and want to install Linux (or Windows), you may want to give it a try.

[How-To] Recover LVM Partition On Damaged HDD

Scenario:

80GB SATA HDD, Bad Sectors, 4 Primary Partitions, boot, root, swap and a 60GB Volume Group can boot into the OS (very slow), LVM not recognized.

Solution:

Enabling Hardware Temperature Sensors in Linux

From http://www.techthrob.com/tech/linuxsensors.php

Most computers these days come with a myriad of sensors to monitor the temperature of your computer. These sensors are generally located on the processor and the motherboard, and you might also have sensors on your video card. On top of that, all S.M.A.R.T-enabled hard drives have built-in temperature monitoring.

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