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Numer 113: Lipiec 2013

Know-How: i-Nex
Monitorujemy parametry sprzętu z poziomu estetycznego GUI.

W lipcu 2013 roku, I-Nex znalazł się na liście artykułów Linux Magazine, numer 113 

Numer można nadal zakupić w cenie 25zł.

Tytuł artykułu brzmi:

  • Know-How: i-Nex
  • Monitorujemy parametry sprzętu z poziomu estetycznego GUI.

 

Niestety nie mogę zdradzić co zawiera artykuł o I-Nex, nie chciał bym w ten sposób jakoś narazić Magazynu na straty:) Ale mogę napisać jak I-Nex został podsumowany:

Wnioski:

Dzięki I-Neksowi możemy szybko i łatwo zebrać informacje o systemie i znajdujących się w nim urządzeniach, nie musząc przedzierać się przez rozliczne menu konfiguracyjne w Ubuntu ani korzystać ze skomplikowanych narzędzi tekstowych. W większości zakładek informacje przedstawione są w sposób bardzo przejrzysty; wyjątek stanowi sekcja dotycząca dysków, z dużym zagęszczeniem danych. Nie byłoby to problemem, gdyby nie stały rozmiar okna I-Neksa. Tak czy inaczej, program udostępnia wszelkie informacje na temat używanego sprzętu. I-Nex przydaje się więc przy wyszukiwaniu problemów ze sprzętem, zaś wygodna funkcja raportowania ułatwia przekazywanie danych dotyczących systemu przez e-mail, n fora n n internetowe i sieci społecznościowe.

W artykule została opisana wersja 0.5.2, która może znacząco różnić się od obecnej.

Ten sam artykuł w wersji anglojęzycznej pojawił się także na stronie linux-magazine.com oraz w wydaniu, numer 151.

Gdzie możemy za darmo przeczytać kompletny artykuł o I-Nex lub zakupić za 9 dolarów wersję elektroniczną.

 

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KNOW-HOW: Inventory
Thanks to I-Nex, users can see an overview of all their important hardware inventory information, such as graphics cards, processors, and hard drives.

A to kawałek artykułu opublikowanego na łamach Linux Magazine w wersji Anglojęzycznej:

By Vincze-Aron Szabo
Thanks to I-Nex, users can see an overview of all their important hardware inventory information, such as graphics cards, processors, and hard drives.

Details generated about a system often can look disorganized. Sometimes information about processors, disks, and interfaces is only available through a collection of unrelated tools. Even if you have a unified system utility, it might not provide sufficient detail for productive troubleshooting.

I-Nex is a powerful alternative to other graphical system information utilities. The I-Nex system tool bundles a useful collection of device data in an easy-to-use interface. (Similar tools in the Linux space include utilities such as CPU-G and HardInfo.)

Installation

With the use of sudo and the right PPAs, installation is easy. I-Nex relies on the Gambas programming language, an object-oriented Basic dialect that acts as a replacement for Visual Basic under Linux. The name “Gambas” is a recursive acronym for “Gambas Almost Means Basic.”

I-Nex needs current Gambas3 packages that cannot be found either in the LTS version of Ubuntu 12.04 or in 12.10, so you need to add the PPA for the current version manually to access the required packages needed to install I-Nex……. read more…

 

Linux Format issue 182

Linux Format issue 182

Here’s a handy tool for bringing all that hard-to-find hardware and system info together in one place.

Gathering information about your Linux system’s hardware involves a certain amount of digging. Commands like lsusb and lspci will help, together with tools like df and fdisk. Then there’s /var/log/dmesg and all the stuff under /proc and /sys though if you’re like me you’ll have a hard time making any sense of /sys.

Anyway, this month I came across a little graphical tool called i-nex that brings all this information together in one handy place. Did I say graphical? Well sort of. You drive it with a mouse but the output is mostly just text boxes.linux_format Separate tabs show information on CPU, GPU, motherboard, audio, disks, system software versions, kernel version, memory usage, network and USB devices. The information is presented compactly and clearly.
One slightly oddball idea on the CPU page is the row of little buttons alongside each processor feature (such as FPU or PAE) that take you to the Wikipedia page describing that feature. It also has a built-in button to take a screenshot of the i-nex window; which is marginally more convenient than using a separate screen capture tool.
But perhaps the most useful button is the one that generates a text report summarising the screens, together with some of the raw output from which the data was garnered. It will even upload automatically to a pastebin service, something which I can see being really useful if you’re looking for system-related help.
I installed the latest i-nex into Ubuntu 12.04 without difficulty, although you need to enable the PPAs for the i-nex developers and for gambas-3 on which i-nex depends, something like this:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:nemh/gambas3

sudo apt-add-repository ppa:i-nexdevelopment-team/daily

sudo apt-get update

sudo apt-get install i-nex

fossbytesIf you’re an ardent Windows user, you will know about CPU-Z, the freeware application that caters to all your technical trivia needs, giving in-depth stats on your system hardware.

Now, if you have switched to the user-friendly Linux, and you’re looking for a CPU-Z like app, you can try i-Nex.
i-Nex is an app similar in design and aim to the CPU-Z, but available for Linux. It can be used to get indepth stats on your system hardware, from your CPU to your sound card and more. Further, the app also returns software information on systems distribution, environment, windows manager, etc.

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Lista stron na których wspomniano o I-Nex. Linki oraz wycinki artykułów:

netbit73.blogspot.com: 

  1. i-nex czyli co w komputerze piszczy – aktualizacja, zmiana PPA
  2. CPU-G – Aktualizacja po dwóch latach przerwy
  3. I-Nex 0.5.0
  4. I-Nex – Znów się obudził

osworld.pl: I-nex – bardziej rozbudowany CPU-G.

404.g-net.pl: 

  1. I-Nex 0.5.6 – maszyna obnażona.
  2. I-Nex 0.6.0 i szczypta voodoo

ubuntu-pomoc.org: i-nex – kopalnia wiedzy na temat Twojego komputera.

webupd8.org: I-NEX: TOOL TO LIST HARDWARE INFORMATION IN LINUX, SIMILAR TO CPU-Z.

omgubuntu.co.uk: i-Nex – A CPU-Z Hardware Stat Tool for Linux

lffl.org: 

  1. I-Nex si aggiorna alla versione 0.5.4 e aggiunge nuove funzionalità.
  2. I-Nex migliora il supporto per nuovi processori e aggiunge nuove funzionalità
  3. I-Nex alternativa a Cpu-Z per Linux

techlw.com: INSTALL I-NEX SYSTEM INFO UTILITY FOR UBUNTU OR LINUX MINT VIA PPA.

linux-magazine.com: Getting System Info with I-Nex.

tecmint.com: I-Nex – An Advanced Tool to Collect System/Hardware Information in Linux

addictivetips.com: View Detailed System Information In Ubuntu With i-Nex.

geneticamultimedia.com: I-Nex 0.6.2 released with improvements and support for new CPUs

compizomania.blogspot.com: Установить i-Nex – графическую программу с подробными данными о компьютере и системе пользователя

hwjournal.netI-Nex: il tuo PC sempre sotto controllo

noobslab.com: i-Nex Hardware information Tool for Ubuntu 13.10 Saucy/Ubuntu 13.04 …….

noobslab.com: CPU-G and i-Nex Hardware info Utilities for Ubuntu 12.10/12.04/13.04/11.10/Linux Mint….

unixmen.comHow To Install I-Nex 0.6.2 On Ubuntu, Linux Mint And Elementary OS

 

linuxg.net: How To Install I-Nex 0.5.4 On Ubuntu 13.10, 13.04, 12.10, 12.04, Linux Mint 16, 15, 14, 13, Pear OS 8, 7 And Elementary OS 0.2 Luna.

linuxaria.com: CPU-G & I-NEX excellent alternative to CPU-Z for linux.

maketecheasier.com: Two Useful Apps to View CPU Info in Linux (CPU-Z Alternative For Linux).

hecticgeek.com: Simple Hardware Lister for Ubuntu Linux – iNex.

handytutorial.com: Install CPU-Z Alternatives in Ubuntu using PPA

sejalivre.org: i-NEX, um clone exato do CPU-Z do Windows para Linux.

upubuntu.com: i-Nex: A CPU-Z Alternative for Ubuntu For Viewing System Device Information.

lintut.com: I-Nex hardware information tool

putokaz.wordpress.comI-Nex system info tool for Ubuntu/Linux Mint/other Ubuntu derivatives.

linuxandlife.com: 2 GUI tools to check hardware information in Linux.

linuxlife.kz: Устанавливаем i-Nex – аналог CPU-Z в Linux

curmed.blogspot.com: i-Nex System Information Tool for Ubuntu/Linux Mint.

k0nsl.org: i-Nex: A Tool Similar to CPU-Z.

linuxlinks.com: I-Nex is an open source system and hardware information tool similar to the Windows utility, CPU-Z.

ubuntovod.ru: I-Nex — Альтернатива CPU-Z для Ubuntu.

linux-community.de: HARDWARE-INFORMATIONEN AUSLESEN MIT I-NEX.

baixaki.com.br:  I-nex 0.4.6 Um aplicativo completo para você descobrir tudo sobre o hardware do seu computador.

pplware.sapo.pt: i-Nex – Um clone para Linux do CPU-Z.

sempreupdate.com.br: Instalando o I-nex no Ubuntu/Linux Mint!.

linuxrelease.com: CPU-G and i-Nex Hardware info Utilities for Ubuntu 12.10/12.04/13.04/11.10/Linux Mint.

onestep91.blogspot.com: Two Useful Apps to View CPU Info in Linux.

ubuntulook.com: CPU-G and i-Nex Hardware info Utilities for Ubuntu 12.10/12.04/13.04/11.10/Linux Mint.

adminreseau.fr: I-Nex: Tool To List Hardware Information In Linux, Similar To CPU-Z.

handytutorial.com: Install CPU-Z Alternatives in Ubuntu using PPA.

jimlynch.com: Install i-Nex on your Ubuntu 12.10 or Linux Mint 14 system.

darfanix.pp.ua: Установить i-Nex — графическую программу с подробными данными о компьютере и системе пользователя

tuicool.com: CPU-G & I-NEX excellent alternative to CPU-Z for linux.

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