Dig into your system with HardInfo

We all like to learn a little bit about our computers and how they stack up against others. Even if not, the information might be valuable to others trying to diagnose a problem with your machine. There are many ways to discover information about your hardware in Linux, but none of them have come close to the ease-of-use of HardInfo (install).

HardInfo takes everything it can find about your system ...

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Sudo and Su

You've probably seen one of these commands. Ubuntu users have seen more of sudo, while SUSE, Fedora, and Debian have used su more often. What exactly is the difference?

Both of the commands enable you to gain root access. The major difference is in how privileges are obtained.

Su


Su is a command that enables you to open a shell or login as another user. Run without any parameters ...

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