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New feature, by request, added to -x output: now if it's available, -x will also show the kernel module driver version number as well as the driver itself for networking and audio cards.

Note: not all modules show this data, so if you don't see it after updating to latest inxi, it's not available in your system for that card module driver.
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0.7.0 : fixes broken Konversation built in script support. This means, once you create the links, you can start inxi in konversation like this: /inxi

Read the release notes for more information.
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New feature in 0.8.x: -p option, adds output to the -P option, with -p will show all detected file systems as well as defaults.

Also added /tmp and /usr to default output.

Because of some odd user data we saw, any filesystem with a space in it will NOT show because it's not really possible to make awk read spaces correctly, it assumes they are field separators.

So with that one exception, all mounts should show with -p, including swaps.
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anticapitalista
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Thanks very much for including this in inxi.
:: Code ::

$ inxi -p
Partition: ID:/ size: 30G used: 14G (47%) ID:/mnt/sda7 size: 87G used: 65G (78%) ID:/mnt/sda5 size: 9.9G used: 5.4G (58%)
           ID: swap:/dev/sda2 size: 1.12GB

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I am currently working on HT (hyper-threading) detection, as well as a more robust way to determine whether a system has multiple processors, and multiple cores per processor.

I'll post an update when it is functional and inxi is updated.

As of today, inxi is at version 9.1.

It includes internal fixes that introduced 1 bug, which will be fixed with the next release with HT/core detection.

The bug exists in IP detection when the -i switch is used.
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anticapitalista
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I get this now:

inxi -i
Interface: Interfaces tool requires missing app: ifconfig

inxi 0.9.1

There is no app in Debian called ifconfig
# apt-get install ifconfig
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information... Done
E: Couldn't find package ifconfig
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apt-cache search ifconfig

I use net-tools.
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anticapitalista
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I have net-tools and ifconfig in a terminal gives info, but I still get this message with inxi -i

Interface: Interfaces tool requires missing app: ifconfig
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that's a bug that was recently introduced, it should have been patched and uploaded already, but it wasn't yet, in that case.
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inxi 9.2 released

It should now detect and display HT and SMP

the inxi -i should be working now
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