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    Question where can i find a list of devices and their drivers

    where can i find a list of devices and their drivers used in backreack 3 final. something like when you click with the rightmousebutton on this computer and then manage in windows.

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    You could try the command
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    lshw
    Maybe this is what you're looking for..........
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    i get the messege that it cant find that command or something like that

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    You can find the tool here:

    http://linuxpackages.telecoms.bg/Sla...-i486-1mfb.tgz

    then just do an

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     installpkg lshw-B.02.12.01-i486-1mfb.tgz
    Then you can use

    Code:
     lshw
    or

    Code:
     gtk-lshw
    Don't eat yellow snow :rolleyes:

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    what do i have to do with the tool and how to use it?

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    Just invoke the command line tool by typing:

    Code:
    bt# lshw
    or the graphical tool

    Code:
    bt# gtk-lshw
    Don't eat yellow snow :rolleyes:

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    i don't get it. do i have to start the tool first and then type lshw? if yes how do i start the tool.

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    lshw is the tool, just type at the command prompt "lshw". It is the same command like "ls", "cd", "pwd", "lshw".
    lshw is the command line version, gtk-lshw is the GUI version!

    check here:
    http://ezix.org/project/wiki/HardwareLiSter
    Don't eat yellow snow :rolleyes:

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    so i have just to extract tha archive and then type lshw in the command line?

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    Download the package from here:

    http://linuxpackages.telecoms.bg/Sla...-i486-1mfb.tgz

    Then go to your download directory, and enter in the command line:

    Code:
     installpkg lshw-B.02.12.01-i486-1mfb.tgz
    to install the tool.

    Then you can start the command line version by typing "lshw" in the command line, or typing "gtk-lshw" for the GUI verison of lshw.
    Don't eat yellow snow :rolleyes:

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