So I am always interested in knowing exactly the components and statistics make up a machine. The stock standard Device Manager and System Info tools are quite helpful, but alas lacking a little knowledge. I have tried running systeminfo in command line but would really appreciate a GUI for it. Possibly the best solution I have found so far is AIDA64, which works well on my Window's PC.
The question I then raised would be, what software would I use if I made my File Server Linux based? It would be preferable for it to be as detailed and structured as AID64 (I wonder if I could emulate this on Linux!?) Here are some examples of what AIDA64 provides me:
From there you are then able to break down each section for more detailed information, which is probably overkill for most, but definitely handy when needed. I would not expect a Linux program to be able to detect this much information (although I am sure it possible), but it would be nice to have such a tool. The breakdown of the information is clean and informative like so:
Also, apart from device detection etc it will allow a user to perform such test like stability tests (Image as follows) and driver tests etc.
Is there any software tool available on Linux the performs this sort of analysis and function, or could I create a script to detail me this info?