|CPU-X(1)||General Commands Manual||CPU-X(1)|
cpu-x - X11 Tool that gathers Information on CPU, Motherboard and more...
cpu-x [ <DISPLAY> ] [ <OPTIONS> ] cpu-x_polkit [ <DISPLAY> ] [ <OPTIONS> ]
CPU-X is similar to CPU-Z (for MS Windows). It can be used in graphical mode by using GTK or in text-based mode by using NCurses. A dump mode is present from the command line.
Parts of CPU-X require root privileges. If your desktop session has PolicyKit support, you can launch cpu-x_polkit. After admin authentication, CPU-X will present to you its full feature set.
Available options to be used as <DISPLAY>:
- -g, --gtk
- Start graphical user interface (GUI) (default).
- -n, --ncurses
- Start text-based user interface (TUI).
- -d, --dump
- Dump all data on standard output and exit.
- -D, --dmidecode
- Run embedded command dmidecode and exit.
Available options to be used as <OPTIONS>:
- -a, --tab
- Set default tab (integer).
- -r, --refresh
- Set custom time between two refreshes (in seconds).
- -o, --nocolor
- Disable colored output.
- -i, --issue-fmt
- Print required information to paste in an issue.
- -v, --verbose
- Verbose output.
- -h, --help
- Print help and exit.
- -V, --version
- Print version and exit.
Environment variables with influence on runtime functionality:
This man page has been written by Mike Gabriel <email@example.com> for the Debian project but maybe used by others.
|October 1, 2019|