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authorLibravatarUnit 193 <unit193@unit193.net>2022-07-30 18:21:57 -0400
committerLibravatarUnit 193 <unit193@unit193.net>2022-07-30 18:21:57 -0400
commit6b3ac358f19210d27b1df49affdfec9c54b439d6 (patch)
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New upstream version 3.3.20-1.upstream/3.3.20-1
-rwxr-xr-xinxi647
-rw-r--r--inxi.1125
-rw-r--r--inxi.changelog189
3 files changed, 665 insertions, 296 deletions
diff --git a/inxi b/inxi
index d43c220..8f64d27 100755
--- a/inxi
+++ b/inxi
@@ -48,8 +48,8 @@ use POSIX qw(ceil uname strftime ttyname);
## INXI INFO ##
my $self_name='inxi';
-my $self_version='3.3.19';
-my $self_date='2022-06-16';
+my $self_version='3.3.20';
+my $self_date='2022-07-27';
my $self_patch='00';
## END INXI INFO ##
@@ -1508,35 +1508,7 @@ sub new {
sub run_debugger {
print "Starting $self_name debugging data collector...\n";
- print "Loading required debugger Perl File:: modules... \n";
- # Fedora/Redhat doesn't include File::Find File::Copy in
- # core modules. why? Or rather, they deliberately removed them.
- if (main::check_perl_module('File::Find')){
- File::Find->import;
- }
- else {
- main::error_handler('required-module', 'File', 'File::Find');
- }
- if (main::check_perl_module('File::Copy')){
- File::Copy->import;
- }
- else {
- main::error_handler('required-module', 'File', 'File::Copy');
- }
- if (main::check_perl_module('File::Spec::Functions')){
- File::Spec::Functions->import;
- }
- else {
- main::error_handler('required-module', 'File', 'File::Spec::Functions');
- }
- if ($debugger{'level'} > 20){
- if (main::check_perl_module('Net::FTP')){
- Net::FTP->import;
- }
- else {
- main::error_handler('required-module', 'Net', 'Net::FTP');
- }
- }
+ check_required_items();
create_debug_directory();
print "Note: for dmidecode, smartctl, lvm data you must be root.\n" if !$b_root;
print $line3;
@@ -1580,7 +1552,44 @@ sub run_debugger {
print $line3;
compress_dir();
}
-
+sub check_required_items {
+ print "Loading required debugger Perl File:: modules... \n";
+ # Fedora/Redhat doesn't include File::Find File::Copy in
+ # core modules. why? Or rather, they deliberately removed them.
+ if (main::check_perl_module('File::Find')){
+ File::Find->import;
+ }
+ else {
+ main::error_handler('required-module', 'File', 'File::Find');
+ }
+ if (main::check_perl_module('File::Copy')){
+ File::Copy->import;
+ }
+ else {
+ main::error_handler('required-module', 'File', 'File::Copy');
+ }
+ if (main::check_perl_module('File::Spec::Functions')){
+ File::Spec::Functions->import;
+ }
+ else {
+ main::error_handler('required-module', 'File', 'File::Spec::Functions');
+ }
+ if ($debugger{'level'} > 20){
+ if (main::check_perl_module('Net::FTP')){
+ Net::FTP->import;
+ }
+ else {
+ main::error_handler('required-module', 'Net', 'Net::FTP');
+ }
+ }
+ print "Checking basic core system programs exist... \n";
+ if ($debugger{'level'} > 19){
+ # astoundingly, rhel 9 and variants are shipping without tar in minimal install
+ if (!main::check_program('tar')){
+ main::error_handler('required-program', 'tar', 'debugger');
+ }
+ }
+}
sub create_debug_directory {
my $host = main::get_hostname();
$host =~ s/ /-/g;
@@ -2814,6 +2823,9 @@ sub error_handler {
## Modules
elsif ($err eq 'required-module'){
$errno=80; $b_recommends=1; "The required $one Perl module is not installed:\n$two" }
+ ## Programs
+ elsif ($err eq 'required-program'){
+ $errno=90; "Required program '$one' could not be located on your system.\nNeeded for: $two" }
## DEFAULT
else {
$errno=255; "Error handler ERROR!! Unsupported options: $err!"}
@@ -4099,6 +4111,7 @@ sub set_program_values {
'greetd' => ['^greetd',0,'0','greetd',0,1,0,'',''], # no version
'kdm' => ['^kdm',0,'0','KDM',0,1,0,'',''],
'kdm3' => ['^kdm',0,'0','KDM',0,1,0,'',''],
+ 'kdmctl' => ['^kdm',0,'0','KDM',0,1,0,'',''],
'ldm' => ['^ldm',0,'0','LDM',0,1,0,'',''],
'lightdm' => ['^lightdm',2,'--version','LightDM',0,1,1,'',''],
'lxdm' => ['^lxdm',0,'0','LXDM',0,1,0,'',''],
@@ -4116,6 +4129,7 @@ sub set_program_values {
'udm' => ['^udm',0,'0','udm',0,1,0,'',''],
'wdm' => ['^wdm',0,'0','WINGs DM',0,1,0,'',''],
'xdm' => ['^xdm',0,'0','XDM',0,1,0,'',''],
+ 'xdmctl' => ['^xdm',0,'0','XDM',0,1,0,'',''],# opensuse/redhat may use this to start real dm
'xenodm' => ['^xenodm',0,'0','xenodm',0,1,0,'',''],
'xlogin' => ['^xlogin',0,'-V','xlogin',0,1,0,'',''], # unverified, probably clogin
## Shells - not checked: ion, eshell ##
@@ -4698,7 +4712,6 @@ sub get {
'gpu|nvidia|nv' => sub {
$b_admin = 1;
$show{'short'} = 0;
- $show{'gpu-data'} = 1;
$show{'graphic'} = 1;
$show{'graphic-full'} = 1;},
'G|graphics|graphic' => sub {
@@ -4885,7 +4898,6 @@ sub get {
$b_admin = 1;
# $use{'downloader'} = 1; # only if weather
$show{'edid'} = 1;
- $show{'gpu-data'} = 1;
$show{'process'} = 1;
$show{'ps-cpu'} = 1;
$show{'ps-mem'} = 1;
@@ -4999,6 +5011,11 @@ sub get {
}},
'z|filter' => sub {
$use{'filter'} = 1;},
+ 'filter-all|za' => sub {
+ $use{'filter'} = 1;
+ $use{'filter-label'} = 1;
+ $use{'filter-uuid'} = 1;
+ $use{'filter-vulnerabilities'} = 1;},
'filter-label|zl' => sub {
$use{'filter-label'} = 1;},
'Z|filter-override|no-filter' => sub {
@@ -5082,7 +5099,7 @@ sub get {
else {
main::error_handler('bad-arg', $opt, $arg);
}},
- 'debug-filter|debug-z|debug-zy' => sub {
+ 'debug-filter|debug-z' => sub {
$debugger{'filter'} = 1 },
'debug-id:s' => sub {
my ($opt,$arg) = @_;
@@ -5111,15 +5128,25 @@ sub get {
$debugger{'sys-print'} = 1;},
'debug-test-1' => sub {
$debugger{'test-1'} = 1;},
- 'debug-width|debug-y|debug-zy:i' => sub {
+ 'debug-width|debug-y:i' => sub {
my ($opt,$arg) = @_;
$arg ||= 80;
- if ($arg =~ /^[0-9]+$/ && ($arg == 1 || $arg >= 80)){
+ if ($arg =~ /^\d+$/ && ($arg == 1 || $arg >= 80)){
$debugger{'width'} = $arg;
}
else {
main::error_handler('bad-arg', $opt, $arg);
}},
+ 'debug-zy|debug-yz:i' => sub {
+ my ($opt,$arg) = @_;
+ $arg ||= 80;
+ if ($arg =~ /^\d+$/ && ($arg == 1 || $arg >= 80)){
+ $debugger{'width'} = $arg;
+ $debugger{'filter'} = 1;
+ }
+ else {
+ main::error_handler('bad-arg', $opt, $arg);
+ }},
'dig' => sub {
$force{'no-dig'} = 0;},
'display:s' => sub {
@@ -5571,8 +5598,7 @@ sub show_options {
['1', '-F', '--full', "Full output. Includes all Upper Case line letters
(except -J, -W) plus --swap, -s and -n. Does not show extra verbose options
such as -d -f -i -J -l -m -o -p -r -t -u -x, unless specified."],
- ['1', '', '--gpu', "Show advanced gpu info (arch:, nvidia non-free driver
- status). Triggers -Ga."],
+ ['1', '', '--gpu', "Deprecated. Triggers -Ga."],
['1', '-G', '--graphics', "Graphics info (devices(s), drivers, display
protocol (if available), display server/Wayland compositor, resolution, X.org:
renderer, OpenGL version; Xvesa: VBE info."],
@@ -5650,8 +5676,8 @@ sub show_options {
full RAID; triggers -xx."],
['2', '7', '', "Network IP data (-i), bluetooth, logical (-L),
RAID forced, full CPU $flags; triggers -xxx."],
- ['2', '8', '', "Everything available, including advanced gpu data (--gpu),
- EDID (--edid), repos (-r), processes (-tcm), PCI slots (--slots); triggers
+ ['2', '8', '', "Everything available, including advanced gpu EDID (--edid)
+ data, repos (-r), processes (-tcm), PCI slots (--slots); triggers
admin (-a)."],
);
# if distro maintainers don't want the weather feature disable it
@@ -5680,6 +5706,7 @@ sub show_options {
['1', '-z', '--filter', "Adds security filters for IP/MAC addresses, serial
numbers, location (-w), user home directory name, host name. Default on for
IRC clients."],
+ ['1', '', '--za,--filter-all', "Shortcut, triggers -z, --zl, --zu, --zv."],
['1', '', '--zl,--filter-label', "Filters out ${partition_string} labels in
-j, -o, -p, -P, -Sa."],
['1', '', '--zu,--filter-uuid', "Filters out ${partition_string} UUIDs in -j,
@@ -6748,7 +6775,6 @@ sub message {
'nv-current' => "current (as of $id)",
'nv-legacy-active' => "legacy-active (EOL~$id)",
'nv-legacy-eol' => 'legacy (EOL)',
- 'nv-legacy-eol-try' => 'legacy (EOL, try --gpu)',
'optical-data' => 'No optical or floppy data found.',
'optical-data-bsd' => 'No optical or floppy data found.',
'output-control' => "-:: 'Enter' to continue to next block. Any key + 'Enter' to exit:",
@@ -7087,10 +7113,10 @@ sub print_basic {
sub print_data {
my ($data) = @_;
my ($counter,$length,$split_count) = (0,0,0);
- my ($hash_id,$holder,$start,$start2,$start_holder) = ('','','','','');
+ my ($hash_id,$holder,$holder2,$start,$start2,$start_holder) = ('','','','','','');
my $indent = $size{'indent'};
my (%ids);
- my ($b_container,$b_ni2,$holder2,$key,$line,$val2,$val3);
+ my ($b_container,$b_ni2,$key,$line,$val2,$val3);
# these 2 sets are single logic items
my $b_single = ($size{'max-cols'} == 1) ? 1: 0;
my ($b_row1,$indent_2,$indent_use,$indentx) = (1,0,0,0);
@@ -7180,6 +7206,7 @@ sub print_data {
# warning in Perl 5.08 oddly enough. ie, no: scalar (split(...));
my @temp = split(/\s+/, $val2);
$split_count = scalar @temp;
+ # print "sc: $split_count l: " . (length("$key$sep{'s2'} $val2") + $indent_use), " val2: $val2\n";
if (!$b_single &&
(length("$key$sep{'s2'} $val2") + $length) < $size{'max-cols'}){
# print "h-1: r1: $b_row1 iu: $indent_use\n";
@@ -7189,14 +7216,12 @@ sub print_data {
# handle case where the key/value pair is > max, and where there are
# a lot of terms, like cpu flags, raid types supported. Raid can have
# the last row have a lot of devices, or many raid types
- elsif (!$b_single &&
- (length("$key$sep{'s2'} $val2") + $indent_use) > $size{'max-cols'} &&
- !defined $ids{$key} && $split_count > 2){
+ elsif (!$b_single && $split_count > 2 && !defined $ids{$key} &&
+ (length("$key$sep{'s2'} $val2") + $indent_use + $length) > $size{'max-cols'}){
# print "m-2 r1: $b_row1 iu: $indent_use\n";
my @values = split(/\s+/, $val2);
$val3 = shift @values;
$start2 = "$colors{'c1'}$key$sep{'s2'}$colors{'c2'} $val3 ";
- $holder2 = '';
# case where not first item in line, but when key+first word added,
# is wider than max width.
if ($holder &&
@@ -7240,7 +7265,9 @@ sub print_data {
$holder2 =~ s/\s+$//;
$line = sprintf("%-${indent_use}s%s$colors{'cn'}\n","$start","$holder$holder2");
print_line($line);
+ # make sure wrapped value is indented correctly!
$b_row1 = 0;
+ $indent_use = ($b_row1) ? $indent : $indent_2;
$holder = '';
$holder2 = "$_ ";
# print "h2: $holder2\n";
@@ -7249,16 +7276,13 @@ sub print_data {
$start = '';
}
}
+ # we don't want to start a new line, continue until full length.
if ($holder2 !~ /^\s*$/){
# print "p-2: r1: $b_row1 iu: $indent_use\n";
- $holder2 =~ s/\s+$//;
$holder2 = "$colors{'c2'}$holder2";
- $line = sprintf("%-${indent_use}s%s$colors{'cn'}\n","$start","$holder$holder2");
- print_line($line);
+ $holder = $holder2;
$b_row1 = 0;
- $holder = '';
$holder2 = '';
- $length = $indent_use;
$start2 = '';
$start = '';
}
@@ -10716,6 +10740,7 @@ sub cp_caches_fallback {
}
eval $end if $b_log;
}
+
## START CPU ARCH ##
sub cp_cpu_arch {
eval $start if $b_log;
@@ -10752,121 +10777,128 @@ sub cp_cpu_arch {
$year = '1995-99';}
}
elsif ($family eq '5'){
+ ## verified
if ($model =~ /^(0|1|2|3)$/){
$arch = 'K5';
- $process = 'AMD 350-500nm';
- $year = '1996';}
- elsif ($model =~ /^(6|7)$/){
+ $process = 'AMD 350nm';
+ $year = '1996-97';}
+ elsif ($model =~ /^(6)$/){
+ $arch = 'K6';
+ $process = 'AMD 350nm';
+ $year = '1997-98';}
+ elsif ($model =~ /^(7)$/){
$arch = 'K6';
- $process = 'AMD ' . ($model eq '6') ? '350nm' : '250nm';
+ $process = 'AMD 250nm';
$year = '1997-98';}
elsif ($model =~ /^(8)$/){
$arch = 'K6-2';
$process = 'AMD 250nm';
$year = '1998-2003';}
- elsif ($model =~ /^(9|D)$/){
+ elsif ($model =~ /^(9)$/){
+ $arch = 'K6-3';
+ $process = 'AMD 250nm';
+ $year = '1999-2003';}
+ elsif ($model =~ /^(D)$/){
$arch = 'K6-3';
- $process = 'AMD 180-250nm';
+ $process = 'AMD 180nm';
$year = '1999-2003';}
+ ## unverified
elsif ($model =~ /^(A)$/){
- $arch = 'Geode';
+ $arch = 'K6 Geode';
$process = 'AMD 150-350nm';
- $year = '';} # dates uncertain, 1999 start
+ $year = '1999';} # dates uncertain, 1999 start
+ ## fallback
+ else {
+ $arch = 'K6';
+ $process = 'AMD 250-350nm';
+ $year = '1999-2003';}
}
elsif ($family eq '6'){
## verified
- if ($model =~ /^(6)$/){
- $arch = 'K7'; # 6:2:Palomino, duron
+ if ($model =~ /^(1)$/){
+ $arch = 'K7'; # 1:2:argon
+ $process = 'AMD 250nm';
+ $year = '1999-2001';}
+ elsif ($model =~ /^(2|3|4|6)$/){
+ # 3:0:duron;3:1:spitfire;4:2,4:thunderbird; 6:2:Palomino, duron; 2:1:Pluto
+ $arch = 'K7';
$process = 'AMD 180nm';
- $year = '2002-04';}
- elsif ($model =~ /^(8)$/){
- $arch = 'K7'; # 8:1:thoroughbred, duron
+ $year = '2000-01';}
+ elsif ($model =~ /^(7|8|A)$/){
+ $arch = 'K7'; # 7:0,1:Morgan;8:1:thoroughbred,duron-applebred; A:0:barton
$process = 'AMD 130nm';
$year = '2002-04';}
- ## to confirm
- elsif ($model =~ /^(1|2)$/){
- $arch = 'K7'; # Athlon Classic
- $process = 'AMD 180-250nm';
- $year = '1999-2002';}
- elsif ($model =~ /^(3|4)$/){
- $arch = 'K7'; # Thunderbird
- $process = 'AMD 180nm';
- $year = '2000-01';}
- elsif ($model =~ /^(7|A)$/){
- $arch = 'K7'; # Palomino+; athlon xp
- $process = 'AMD 130-180nm';
- $year = '2001-04';}
+ ## fallback
else {
$arch = 'K7';
- $process = 'AMD 130-250nm';
- $year = '2001-04';}
+ $process = 'AMD 130-180nm';
+ $year = '2003-14';}
}
# note: family F K8 needs granular breakdowns, was a long lived family
elsif ($family eq 'F'){
- # positive IDs, but sub arch difficult, stepping based
- if ($model =~ /^(7|C)$/){
- $arch = 'K8'; # 7:A:clawhammer ADA3500DEP4AS; C:0:NewCastle
+ ## verified
+ # check: B|E|F
+ if ($model =~ /^(4|5|7|8|B|C|E|F)$/){
+ # 4:0:clawhammer;5:8:sledgehammer;8:2,4:8:dubin;7:A;C:0:NewCastle;
+ $arch = 'K8';
$process = 'AMD 130nm';
$year = '2004-05';}
- elsif ($model =~ /^(1C|23|28|2F)$/){
- $arch = 'K8'; # 1C:Palermo;2F:A:Venice; 28:1:Manchester; 23:2:Toledo
+ # check: 14|17|18|1B|25|48|4B|5D
+ elsif ($model =~ /^(14|15|17|18|1B|1C|1F|21|23|24|25|27|28|2C|2F|37|3F|41|43|48|4B|4C|4F|5D|5F|C1)$/){
+ # 1C:0,2C:2:Palermo;21:0,2,23:2:denmark;1F:0:winchester;2F:2:Venice;
+ # 27:1,37:2:san diego;28:1,3F:2:Manchester;23:2:Toledo;$F:2,5F:2,3:Orleans;
+ # 5F:2:Manila?;37:2;C1:3:windsor fx;43:2,3:santa ana;41:2:santa rosa;
+ # 4C:2:Keene;2C:2:roma;24:2:newark
+ $arch = 'K8';
$process = 'AMD 90nm';
$year = '2004-06';}
- elsif ($model =~ /^(6B|7F)$/){
- $arch = 'K8'; # Lima; 68:1:Brisbane
+ elsif ($model =~ /^(68|6B|6C|6F|7C|7F)$/){
+ $arch = 'K8'; # 7F:1,2:Lima; 68:1,6B:1,2:Brisbane;6F:2:conesus;7C:2:sherman
$process = 'AMD 65nm';
- $year = '2005-06';}
- ## to confirm
- elsif ($model =~ /^(4|5|8|B|E|F|14|15|17|18|1B|1F)$/){
- $arch = 'K8';
- $process = 'AMD 65-130nm';
- $year = '';}
- elsif ($model =~ /^(21|24|25|27|2C)$/){
- $arch = 'K8'; # rev.E
- $process = 'AMD 65-130nm';
- $year = '';}
- elsif ($model =~ /^(41|43|48|4B|4C|4F|5D|5F|68|6C|6F|7C|C1)$/){
- $arch = 'K8'; # rev.F+
- $process = 'AMD 65-130nm';
- $year = '';}
+ $year = '2005-08';}
+ ## fallback
else {
$arch = 'K8';
$process = 'AMD 65-130nm';
- $year = '';}
+ $year = '2004-2008';}
}
+ # K9 was planned but skipped
elsif ($family eq '10'){
- if ($model =~ /^(6)$/){
- $arch = 'K10'; # 6:2:Regor
+ ## verified
+ if ($model =~ /^(2)$/){
+ $arch = 'K10'; # 2:2:budapest;2:1,3:barcelona
+ $process = 'AMD 65nm';
+ $year = '2007-08';}
+ elsif ($model =~ /^(4|5|6|8|9|A)$/){
+ # 4:2:Suzuka;5:2,3:propus;6:2:Regor;8:0:Istanbul;9:1:maranello
+ $arch = 'K10';
$process = 'AMD 45nm';
- $year = '2009-14';}
- elsif ($model =~ /^(2|4|5|8|9|A)$/){
- $arch = 'K10';
- $process = 'AMD 32-65nm';
- $year = '2007-14';}
+ $year = '2009-13';}
+ ## fallback
else {
$arch = 'K10';
- $process = 'AMD 32-65nm';
- $year = '2007-14';}
+ $process = 'AMD 45-65nm';
+ $year = '2007-13';}
}
# very loose, all stepping 1: covers athlon x2, sempron, turion x2
# years unclear, could be 2005 start, or 2008
elsif ($family eq '11'){
if ($model =~ /^(3)$/){
- $arch = 'Athlon X2/Turion X2'; # unclear: K8 or K10
+ $arch = 'K11 Turion X2'; # mix of K8/K10
$note = $check;
- $process = 'AMD 45-90nm';
+ $process = 'AMD 65-90nm';
$year = ''; }
}
# might also need cache handling like 14/16
elsif ($family eq '12'){
if ($model =~ /^(1)$/){
- $arch = 'Fusion';
+ $arch = 'K12 Fusion'; # K10 based apu, llano
$process = 'GF 32nm';
- $year = '';}
+ $year = '2011';} # check years
else {
- $arch = 'Fusion';
+ $arch = 'K12 Fusion';
$process = 'GF 32nm';
- $year = '';}
+ $year = '2011';} # check years
}
# SOC, apu
elsif ($family eq '14'){
@@ -10885,7 +10917,7 @@ sub cp_cpu_arch {
$arch = 'Bulldozer';
$process = 'GF 32nm';
$year = '2011';}
- # note: only 2,11,13 confirmed
+ # note: only 2,10,13 confirmed
elsif ($model =~ /^(2|10|11|12|13|14|15|16|17|18|19|1A|1B|1C|1D|1E|1F)$/){
$arch = 'Piledriver';
$process = 'GF 32nm';
@@ -10961,9 +10993,9 @@ sub cp_cpu_arch {
$process = 'GF 14nm';
$year = '';}
elsif ($family eq '19'){
- # ext model 7,8, but no base models yet
+ # ext model 6,7, but no base models yet
# 10 engineering sample
- if ($model =~ /^(10|7\d|8\d)$/){
+ if ($model =~ /^(10|6\d|7\d)$/){
$arch = 'Zen 4';
$gen = '5';
$process = 'TSMC n5 (5nm)';
@@ -11135,24 +11167,62 @@ sub cp_cpu_arch {
}
elsif ($type eq 'intel'){
if ($family eq '4'){
- if ($model =~ /^(0|1|2|3|4|5|6|7|8|9)$/){
- $arch = '486';
+ if ($model =~ /^(0|1|2)$/){
+ $arch = 'i486';
+ $process = '1000nm'; # 33mhz
+ $year = '1989-98';}
+ elsif ($model =~ /^(3)$/){
+ $arch = 'i486';
+ $process = '800nm'; # 66mhz
+ $year = '1992-98';}
+ elsif ($model =~ /^(4|5|6|7|8|9)$/){
+ $arch = 'i486';
+ $process = '600nm'; # 100mhz
+ $year = '1993-98';}
+ else {
+ $arch = 'i486';
$process = '600-1000nm';
- $year = '';}
+ $year = '1989-98';}
}
+ # 1993-2000
elsif ($family eq '5'){
- if ($model =~ /^(1|2|3|7)$/){
+ # verified
+ if ($model =~ /^(1)$/){
+ $arch = 'P5';
+ $process = 'Intel 800nm'; # 1:3,5,7:800
+ $year = '1993-94';}
+ elsif ($model =~ /^(2)$/){
+ $arch = 'P5'; # 2:5:MMX
+ # 2:C:350[or 600]; 2:1,4,5,6:600;but:
+ if ($stepping > 9){
+ $process = 'Intel 350nm';
+ $year = '1996-2000';}
+ else {
+ $process = 'Intel 600nm';
+ $year = '1993-95';}
+ }
+ elsif ($model =~ /^(4)$/){
$arch = 'P5';
- $process = 'Intel 350-800nm';
+ $process = 'Intel 350nm'; # MMX. 4:3:P55C
+ $year = '1997';}
+ # unverified
+ elsif ($model =~ /^(3|7)$/){
+ $arch = 'P5'; # 7:0:MMX
+ $process = 'Intel 350-600nm';
$year = '';}
- elsif ($model =~ /^(4|8)$/){
+ elsif ($model =~ /^(8)$/){
$arch = 'P5';
- $process = 'Intel 350-800nm'; # MMX
+ $process = 'Intel 350-600nm'; # MMX
$year = '';}
elsif ($model =~ /^(9|A)$/){
$arch = 'Lakemont';
- $process = 'Intel 350-800nm';
+ $process = 'Intel 350nm';
$year = '';}
+ # fallback
+ else {
+ $arch = 'P5';
+ $process = 'Intel 350-600nm'; # MMX
+ $year = '1994-2000';}
}
elsif ($family eq '6'){
if ($model =~ /^(1)$/){
@@ -11169,8 +11239,8 @@ sub cp_cpu_arch {
$year = '';}
elsif ($model =~ /^(6)$/){
$arch = 'P6 II Mendocino';
- $process = 'Intel 250nm';
- $year = '';}
+ $process = 'Intel 250nm'; # 6:5:P6II-celeron-mendo
+ $year = '1999';}
elsif ($model =~ /^(7)$/){
$arch = 'P6 III Katmai';
$process = 'Intel 250nm';
@@ -11188,7 +11258,7 @@ sub cp_cpu_arch {
$process = 'Intel 180-250nm';
$year = '1999';}
elsif ($model =~ /^(B)$/){
- $arch = 'P6 III Tualitin';
+ $arch = 'P6 III Tualitin'; # 6:B:1,4
$process = 'Intel 130nm';
$year = '2001';}
elsif ($model =~ /^(D)$/){
@@ -11200,7 +11270,7 @@ sub cp_cpu_arch {
$process = 'Intel 65nm';
$year = '2006-08';}
elsif ($model =~ /^(F|16)$/){
- $arch = 'Core2 Merom';
+ $arch = 'Core2 Merom'; # 16:1:conroe-l[65nm]
$process = 'Intel 65nm';
$year = '2006-09';}
elsif ($model =~ /^(15)$/){
@@ -11212,7 +11282,7 @@ sub cp_cpu_arch {
$process = 'Intel 45nm';
$year = '2007-08';}
elsif ($model =~ /^(17)$/){
- $arch = 'Penryn Yorkfield';
+ $arch = 'Penryn'; # 17:A:Core 2,Celeron-wolfdale,yorkfield
$process = 'Intel 45nm';
$year = '2008';}
# had 25 also, but that's westmere, at least for stepping 2
@@ -11350,17 +11420,19 @@ sub cp_cpu_arch {
$process = 'Intel 7 (10nm ESF)';
$year = '2021';} # server
elsif ($model =~ /^(97|9A)$/){
- $arch = 'Alder Lake';
+ $arch = 'Alder Lake'; # socket LG 1700
$process = 'Intel 7 (10nm ESF)';
$year = '2021';}
## IDS UNKNOWN, release late 2022
# elsif ($model =~ /^()$/){
- # $arch = 'Raptor Lake'; #
- # $process = 'Intel 7 (10nm)';}
+ # $arch = 'Raptor Lake'; # 13 gen, socket LG 1700,1800
+ # $process = 'Intel 7 (10nm)';
+ # $year = '2022';}
# elsif ($model =~ /^()$/){
- # $arch = 'Meteor Lake';
+ # $arch = 'Meteor Lake'; # 14 gen
# $process = 'Intel 4';}
# Granite Rapids: Intel 3 (7nm)
+ # Arrow Lake - 15 gen
elsif ($model =~ /^(9E)$/){
if ($stepping == 9){
$arch = 'Kaby Lake';
@@ -11413,8 +11485,8 @@ sub cp_cpu_arch {
$process = 'Intel 90nm';
$year = '2004-06';} # 6? Nocona
elsif ($model =~ /^(4)$/){
- if ($stepping == 1){
- $arch = 'Netburst Prescott';
+ if ($stepping < 10){
+ $arch = 'Netburst Prescott'; # 4:1,9:prescott
$process = 'Intel 90nm';
$year = '2004-06';}
else {
@@ -11443,12 +11515,13 @@ sub cp_cpu_arch {
}
# gen 1 had no gen, only 3 digits: Core i5-661 Core i5-655K; Core i5 M 520
# EXCEPT gen 1: Core i7-720QM Core i7-740QM Core i7-840QM
- # 2nd: Core i5-2390T Core i7-11700F Core i5-8400
+ # 2nd: Core i5-2390T Core i7-11700F Core i5-8400
+ # 2nd variants: Core i7-1165G7
if ($name){
if ($name =~ /\bi[357][\s-]([A-Z][\s-]?)?(\d{3}([^\d]|\b)|[78][24]00M)/){
$gen = ($gen) ? "$gen (core 1)": 'core 1';
}
- elsif ($name =~ /\bi[3579][\s-]([A-Z][\s-]?)?([2-9]|1[0-4])\d{3}/){
+ elsif ($name =~ /\bi[3579][\s-]([A-Z][\s-]?)?([2-9]|1[0-4])(\d{3}|\d{2}[A-Z]\d)/){
$gen = ($gen) ? "$gen (core $2)" : "core $2";
}
}
@@ -11873,7 +11946,8 @@ sub system_cpu_name {
# MHZ - cell cpus
sub clean_speed {
my ($speed,$opt) = @_;
- return if !$speed || $speed eq '0';
+ # eq '0' might be for string typing; value can be: <unknown>
+ return if !$speed || $speed eq '0' || $speed =~ /^\D/;
$speed =~ s/[GMK]HZ$//gi;
$speed = ($speed/1000) if $opt && $opt eq 'khz';
$speed = sprintf("%.0f", $speed);
@@ -13204,7 +13278,7 @@ sub set_disk_vendors {
# MAB3045SP shows as HP or Fujitsu, probably HP branded fujitsu
['^(MAB\d)','^(HP\b|FUJITSU)','Fujitsu/HP',''],
# note: 2012: wdc bought hgst
- ['^(HGST|Touro|54[15]0|7250|HC[CT]\d)','^HGST','HGST (Hitachi)',''], # HGST HUA
+ ['^(DKR|HGST|Touro|54[15]0|7250|HC[CT]\d)','^HGST','HGST (Hitachi)',''], # HGST HUA
['^((ATA\s)?Hitachi|HCS|HD[PST]|DK\d|IC|(HDD\s)?HT|HU|HMS|HDE|0G\d|IHAT)','Hitachi','Hitachi',''],
# vb: VB0250EAVER but clashes with vbox; HP_SSD_S700_120G ;GB0500EAFYL GB starter too generic?
['^(HP\b|[MV]B[0-6]|G[BJ]\d|DF\d|F[BK]|0-9]|MM\d{4}|PSS|XR\d{4}|c350|v\d{3}[bgorw]$|x\d{3}[w]$|VK0|HC[CPY]\d|EX9\d\d)','^HP','HP',''],
@@ -13213,7 +13287,7 @@ sub set_disk_vendors {
['^STmagic','^STmagic','STmagic',''],
['^(STMicro|SMI|CBA)','^(STMicroelectronics|SMI)','SMI (STMicroelectronics)',''],
# note M2 M3 is usually maxtor, but can be samsung. Can conflict with Team: TM\d{4}|
- ['^(MAXTOR|Atlas|E0\d0L|L(250|500)|[KL]0[1-9]|Y\d{3}[A-Z]|STM\d|F\d{3}L)','^MAXTOR','Maxtor',''],
+ ['^(MAXTOR|Atlas|4R\d{2}|E0\d0L|L(250|500)|[KL]0[1-9]|Y\d{3}[A-Z]|STM\d|F\d{3}L)','^MAXTOR','Maxtor',''],
# OCZSSD2-2VTXE120G is OCZ-VERTEX2_3.5
['^(OCZ|Agility|APOC|D2|DEN|DEN|DRSAK|EC188|FTNC|GFGC|MANG|MMOC|NIMC|NIMR|PSIR|RALLY2|TALOS2|TMSC|TRSAK|VERTEX|Trion|Onyx|Vector[\s-]?15)','^OCZ[\s-]','OCZ',''],
['^(OWC|Aura|Mercury[\s-]?(Electra|Extreme))','^OWC\b','OWC',''],
@@ -13385,7 +13459,7 @@ sub set_disk_vendors {
['^Hypertec','^Hypertec','Hypertec',''],
['^HyperX','^HyperX','HyperX',''],
['^(Hyundai|Sapphire)','^Hyundai','Hyundai',''],
- ['^(IBM|DT|ESA[1-9])','^IBM','IBM',''],
+ ['^(IBM|DT|ESA[1-9]|ServeRaid)','^IBM','IBM',''], # M5110 too common
['^IEI Tech','^IEI Tech(\.|nology)?( Corp(\.|oration)?)?','IEI Technology',''],
['^(IGEL|UD Pocket)','^IGEL','IGEL',''],
['^(Imation|Nano\s?Pro|HQT)','^Imation(\sImation)?','Imation',''], # Imation_ImationFlashDrive; TF20 is imation/tdk
@@ -13395,7 +13469,7 @@ sub set_disk_vendors {
['^(Indilinx|IND-)','^Indilinx','Indilinx',''],
['^INDMEM','^INDMEM','INDMEM',''],
['^(Infokit)','^Infokit','Infokit',''],
- ['^(Initio)','^Initio','Initio',''],
+ # note: Initio default controller, means master/slave jumper is off/wrong, not a vendor
['^Inland','^Inland','Inland',''],
['^(InnoDisk|Innolite|SATA\s?Slim|DRPS)','^InnoDisk( Corp.)?','InnoDisk',''],
['(Innostor|1f75)','(Innostor|1f75)','Innostor',''],
@@ -13411,6 +13485,7 @@ sub set_disk_vendors {
['^(Iomega|ZIP\b|Clik!)','^Iomega','Iomega',''],
['^ISOCOM','^ISOCOM','ISOCOM (Shenzhen Longsys Electronics)',''],
['^iTE[\s-]*Tech','^iTE[\s-]*Tech(nology)?','iTE Tech',''],
+ ['^(James[\s-]?Donkey|JD\d)','^James[\s-]?Donkey','James Donkey',''],
['^(Jaster|JS\d)','^Jaster','Jaster',''],
['^JingX','^JingX','JingX',''], #JingX 120G SSD - not confirmed, but guessing
['^Jingyi','^Jingyi','Jingyi',''],
@@ -13418,6 +13493,7 @@ sub set_disk_vendors {
['^JMicron','^JMicron(\s?Tech(nology)?)?','JMicron Tech',''], #JMicron H/W raid
['^Kazuk','^Kazuk','Kazuk',''],
['(\bKDI\b|^OM3P)','\bKDI\b','KDI',''],
+ ['^KLLISRE','^KLLISRE','KLLISRE',''],
['^KimMIDI','^KimMIDI','KimMIDI',''],
['^Kimtigo','^Kimtigo','Kimtigo',''],
['^Kingbank','^Kingbank','Kingbank',''],
@@ -13428,7 +13504,7 @@ sub set_disk_vendors {
['^Kingrich','^Kingrich','Kingrich',''],
['^Kingsand','^Kingsand','Kingsand',''],
['KING\s?SHA\s?RE','KING\s?SHA\s?RE','KingShare',''],
- ['^(KingSpec|ACSC|KS[DQ]|N[ET]-\d|P3$|P4\b|PA[_-]?(18|25)|Q-180|T-(3260|64|128)|Z(\d\s|F\d))','^KingSpec','KingSpec',''],
+ ['^(KingSpec|ACSC|C3000|KS[DQ]|N[ET]-\d|P3$|P4\b|PA[_-]?(18|25)|Q-180|T-(3260|64|128)|Z(\d\s|F\d))','^KingSpec','KingSpec',''],
['^KingSSD','^KingSSD','KingSSD',''],
# kingwin docking, not actual drive
['^(EZD|EZ-Dock)','','Kingwin Docking Station',''],
@@ -13439,9 +13515,11 @@ sub set_disk_vendors {
['^(KUAIKAI|MSAM)','^KUAIKAI','KuaKai',''],
['(KUIJIA|DAHUA)','^KUIJIA','KUIJIA',''],
['^KUNUP','^KUNUP','KUNUP',''],
+ ['^KUU','^KUU\b','KUU',''], # KUU-128GB
['^(Lacie|P92|itsaKey|iamaKey)','^Lacie','LaCie',''],
['^LANBO','^LANBO','LANBO',''],
['^LANTIC','^LANTIC','Lantic',''],
+ ['^Lapcare','^Lapcare','Lapcare',''],
['^(Lazos|L-?ISS)','^Lazos','Lazos',''],
['^LDLC','^LDLC','LDLC',''],
# LENSE30512GMSP34MEAT3TA / UMIS RPITJ256PED2MWX
@@ -13497,9 +13575,11 @@ sub set_disk_vendors {
['^MSI\b','^MSI\b','MSI',''],
['^MTASE','^MTASE','MTASE',''],
['^MTRON','^MTRON','MTRON',''],
- ['^(MyDigitalSSD|BP4)','^MyDigitalSSD','MyDigitalSSD',''], # BP4 = BulletProof4
+ ['^(MyDigitalSSD|BP[4X])','^MyDigitalSSD','MyDigitalSSD',''], # BP4 = BulletProof4
+ ['^(Myson)','^Myson([\s-]?Century)?([\s-]?Inc\.?)?','Myson Century',''],
['^(Neo\s*Forza|NFS\d)','^Neo\s*Forza','Neo Forza',''],
['^(Netac|S535N)','^Netac','Netac',''],
+ ['^NFHK','^NFHK','NFHK',''],
# NGFF is a type, like msata, sata
['^Nik','^Nikimi','Nikimi',''],
['^NOREL','^NOREL(SYS)?','NorelSys',''],
@@ -13515,6 +13595,7 @@ sub set_disk_vendors {
['^(Patriot|PS[8F]|P2\d{2}|PBT|VPN|Viper|Burst|Blast|Blaze|Pyro|Ignite)','^Patriot([-\s]?Memory)?','Patriot',''],#Viper M.2 VPN100
['^PERC\b','','Dell PowerEdge RAID Card',''], # ssd
['(PHISON[\s-]?|ESR\d)','PHISON[\s-]?','Phison',''],# E12-256G-PHISON-SSD-B3-BB1
+ ['^(Pichau[\s-]?Gaming|PG\d{2})','^Pichau[\s-]?Gaming','Pichau Gaming',''],
['^Pioneer','Pioneer','Pioneer',''],
['^Platinet','Platinet','Platinet',''],
['^(PLEXTOR|PX-)','^PLEXTOR','Plextor',''],
@@ -13530,6 +13611,7 @@ sub set_disk_vendors {
['^(Ramaxel|RT|RM|RPF|RDM)','^Ramaxel','Ramaxel',''],
['^(Ramsta|R[1-9])','^Ramsta','Ramsta',''],
['^(Realtek|RTL)','^Realtek','Realtek',''],
+ ['^(Reletech)','^Reletech','Reletech',''], # id: P400 but that's too short
['^RENICE','^RENICE','Renice',''],
['^RevuAhn','^RevuAhn','RevuAhn',''],
['^(Ricoh|R5)','^Ricoh','Ricoh',''],
@@ -13587,6 +13669,7 @@ sub set_disk_vendors {
['^Tele2','^Tele2','Tele2',''],
['^Teleplan','^Teleplan','Teleplan',''],
['^TEUTONS','^TEUTONS','TEUTONS',''],
+ ['^(Textorm)','^Textorm','Textorm',''], # B5 too short
['^THU','^THU','THU',''],
['^Tigo','^Tigo','Tigo',''],
['^(Timetec|35TT)','^Timetec','Timetec',''],
@@ -13601,6 +13684,7 @@ sub set_disk_vendors {
# note: udisk means usb disk, it's not a vendor ID
['^UDinfo','^UDinfo','UDinfo',''],
['^UMAX','^UMAX','UMAX',''],
+ ['^(UMIS|RP[IJ]TJ)','^UMIS','UMIS',''],
['^USBTech','^USBTech','USBTech',''],
['^(UNIC2)','^UNIC2','UNIC2',''],
['^(UG|Unigen)','^Unigen','Unigen',''],
@@ -13621,7 +13705,10 @@ sub set_disk_vendors {
['^Walton','^Walton','Walton',''],
['^(Wearable|Air-?Stash)','^Wearable','Wearable',''],
['^Wellcomm','^Wellcomm','Wellcomm',''],
+ ['^(wicgtyp|N900)','^wicgtyp','wicgtyp',''],
['^Wilk','^Wilk','Wilk',''],
+ ['^(WinMemory|SWG\d)','^WinMemory','WinMemory',''],
+ ['^(Winton|WT\d{2})','^Winton','Winton',''],
['^WPC','^WPC','WPC',''], # WPC-240GB
['^(Wortmann(\sAG)?|Terra\s?US)','^Wortmann(\sAG)?','Wortmann AG',''],
['^(XinTop|XT-)','^XinTop','XinTop',''],
@@ -13659,10 +13746,12 @@ sub disk_vendor {
my ($vendor) = ('');
return if !$model;
# 0 - match pattern; 1 - replace pattern; 2 - vendor print; 3 - serial pattern
- # Data URLs: inxi-resources.txt Section: DriveItem disk_vendor()
+ # Data URLs: inxi-resources.txt Section: DriveItem device_vendor()
# $model = 'H10 HBRPEKNX0202A NVMe INTEL 512GB';
# $model = 'Patriot Memory';
set_disk_vendors() if !$vendors;
+ # prefilter this one, some usb enclosurs and wrong master/slave hdd show default
+ $model =~ s/^Initio[\s_]//i;
foreach my $row (@$vendors){
if ($model =~ /$row->[0]/i || ($row->[3] && $serial && $serial =~ /$row->[3]/)){
$vendor = $row->[2];
@@ -13908,12 +13997,19 @@ sub get {
($gpu_amd,$gpu_intel,$gpu_nv) = ();
if (!@$rows){
my $key = 'Message';
+ my $message = '';
my $type = 'pci-card-data';
if ($pci_tool && $alerts{$pci_tool}->{'action'} eq 'permissions'){
$type = 'pci-card-data-root';
}
+ elsif (!$bsd_type && !%risc && !$pci_tool &&
+ $alerts{'lspci'}->{'action'} &&
+ $alerts{'lspci'}->{'action'} eq 'missing'){
+ $message = $alerts{'lspci'}->{'message'};
+ }
+ $message = main::message($type,'') if !$message;
@$rows = ({
- main::key($num++,0,1,$key) => main::message($type,'')
+ main::key($num++,0,1,$key) => $message
});
}
}
@@ -13975,7 +14071,7 @@ sub device_output {
# ($row->[5],$row->[6],$row->[4]) = ('12de','0029','');
my ($gpu_data,$b_nv) = gpu_data($row->[5],$row->[6],$row->[4]);
if (!$bsd_type && $b_nv && $b_admin){
- if ($gpu_data->{'legacy'} && $show{'gpu-data'}){
+ if ($gpu_data->{'legacy'}){
$rows->[$j]{main::key($num++,1,3,'non-free')} = '';
$rows->[$j]{main::key($num++,0,4,'series')} = $gpu_data->{'series'};
$rows->[$j]{main::key($num++,0,4,'status')} = $gpu_data->{'status'};
@@ -13995,7 +14091,7 @@ sub device_output {
if ($gpu_data->{'arch'}){
$rows->[$j]{main::key($num++,1,2,'arch')} = $gpu_data->{'arch'};
# we don't need to see repeated values here, but usually code is different.
- if ($show{'gpu-data'} && $gpu_data->{'code'} &&
+ if ($b_admin && $gpu_data->{'code'} &&
$gpu_data->{'code'} ne $gpu_data->{'arch'}){
$rows->[$j]{main::key($num++,0,3,'code')} = $gpu_data->{'code'};
}
@@ -15727,22 +15823,22 @@ sub set_amd_data {
'process' => 'TSMC 500-600nm',
'years' => '1992-97',
},
- {'arch' => 'Rage 2',
+ {'arch' => 'Rage-2',
'ids' => '4756|4757|4759|475a|4c47',
- 'code' => 'Rage 2',
+ 'code' => 'Rage-2',
'process' => 'TSMC 500nm',
'years' => '1996',
},
- {'arch' => 'Rage 3',
+ {'arch' => 'Rage-3',
'ids' => '4742|4744|4749|474d|474f|4750|4752',
- 'code' => 'Rage 3',
+ 'code' => 'Rage-3',
'process' => 'TSMC 350nm',
'years' => '1997-99',
},
- {'arch' => 'Rage 4',
- 'ids' => '474e|4753|4c46|4c4d|4c52|4d46|5044|5046|5050|5052|5245|5246|524b|' .
- '524c|534d|5446|5452',
- 'code' => 'Rage 4',
+ {'arch' => 'Rage-4',
+ 'ids' => '474e|4753|4c46|4c4d|4c4e|4c52|4d46|5044|5046|5050|5052|5245|5246|' .
+ '524b|524c|534d|5446|5452',
+ 'code' => 'Rage-4',
'process' => 'TSMC 250-350nm',
'years' => '1998-99',
},
@@ -15754,13 +15850,13 @@ sub set_amd_data {
# 'years' => '1999-2001',
# },
# rage 5 was game cube flipper chip
- {'arch' => 'Rage 6',
+ {'arch' => 'Rage-6',
'ids' => '4137|4337|4437|4c59|5144|5159|515e',
'code' => 'R100',
'process' => 'TSMC 180nm',
'years' => '2000-07',
},
- {'arch' => 'Rage 7',
+ {'arch' => 'Rage-7',
'ids' => '4136|4150|4152|4170|4172|4242|4336|4966|496e|4c57|4c58|4c66|4c6e|' .
'4e51|4f72|4f73|5148|514c|514d|5157|5834|5835|5940|5941|5944|5960|5961|5962|' .
'5964|5965|5b63|5b72|5b73|5c61|5c63|5d44|5d45|7100|7101|7102|7109|710a|710b|' .
@@ -15773,7 +15869,7 @@ sub set_amd_data {
'process' => 'TSMC 150nm',
'years' => '2001-06',
},
- {'arch' => 'Rage 8',
+ {'arch' => 'Rage-8',
'ids' => '4144|4146|4147|4148|4151|4153|4154|4155|4157|4164|4165|4166|4168|' .
'4171|4173|4e44|4e45|4e46|4e47|4e48|4e49|4e4b|4e50|4e52|4e54|4e64|4e65|4e66|' .
'4e67|4e68|4e69|4e6a|4e71|5a41|5a42|5a61|5a62',
@@ -15781,7 +15877,7 @@ sub set_amd_data {
'process' => 'TSMC 130nm',
'years' => '2002-07',
},
- {'arch' => 'Rage 9',
+ {'arch' => 'Rage-9',
'ids' => '3150|3151|3152|3154|3155|3171|3e50|3e54|3e70|4e4a|4e56|5460|5461|' .
'5462|5464|5657|5854|5874|5954|5955|5974|5975|5b60|5b62|5b64|5b65|5b66|5b70|' .
'5b74|5b75',
@@ -15819,7 +15915,7 @@ sub set_amd_data {
'process' => 'TSMC 55-65nm',
'years' => '2005-13',
},
- {'arch' => 'TeraScale 2',
+ {'arch' => 'TeraScale-2',
'ids' => '6720|6738|6739|673e|6740|6741|6742|6743|6749|674a|6750|6751|6758|' .
'6759|675b|675d|675f|6760|6761|6763|6764|6765|6766|6767|6768|6770|6771|6772|' .
'6778|6779|677b|6840|6841|6842|6843|6880|6888|6889|688a|688c|688d|6898|6899|' .
@@ -15831,7 +15927,7 @@ sub set_amd_data {
'process' => 'TSMC 32-40nm',
'years' => '2009-15',
},
- {'arch' => 'TeraScale 3',
+ {'arch' => 'TeraScale-3',
'ids' => '6704|6707|6718|6719|671c|671d|671f|9900|9901|9903|9904|9905|9906|' .
'9907|9908|9909|990a|990b|990c|990d|990e|990f|9910|9913|9917|9918|9919|9990|' .
'9991|9992|9993|9994|9995|9996|9997|9998|9999|999a|999b|999c|999d|99a0|99a2|' .
@@ -15840,7 +15936,7 @@ sub set_amd_data {
'process' => 'TSMC 32nm',
'years' => '2010-13',
},
- {'arch' => 'GCN 1',
+ {'arch' => 'GCN-1',
'ids' => '154c|6600|6601|6604|6605|6606|6607|6608|6609|6610|6611|6613|6631|' .
'6660|6663|6664|6665|6667|666f|6780|6784|6788|678a|6798|679a|679b|679e|679f|' .
'6800|6801|6802|6806|6808|6809|6810|6811|6816|6817|6818|6819|6820|6821|6822|' .
@@ -15849,7 +15945,7 @@ sub set_amd_data {
'process' => 'TSMC 28nm',
'years' => '2011-20',
},
- {'arch' => 'GCN 2',
+ {'arch' => 'GCN-2',
'ids' => '1304|1305|1306|1307|1309|130a|130b|130c|130d|130e|130f|1310|1311|' .
'1312|1313|1315|1316|1317|1318|131b|131c|131d|6640|6641|6646|6647|6649|664d|' .
'6650|6651|6658|665c|665d|665f|67a0|67a1|67a2|67a8|67a9|67aa|67b0|67b1|67b8|' .
@@ -15860,13 +15956,13 @@ sub set_amd_data {
'process' => 'GF/TSMC 16-28nm', # both TSMC and GlobalFoundries
'years' => '2013-17',
},
- {'arch' => 'GCN 3',
+ {'arch' => 'GCN-3',
'ids' => '6900|6901|6907|6920|6921|6929|692b|6938|6939|693b|7300|9874',
'code' => 'Volcanic Islands',
'process' => 'TSMC 28nm',
'years' => '2014-19',
},
- {'arch' => 'GCN 4',
+ {'arch' => 'GCN-4',
'ids' => '154e|1551|1552|1561|67c0|67c2|67c4|67c7|67ca|67cc|67cf|67d0|67d4|' .
'67d7|67df|67e0|67e1|67e3|67e8|67e9|67eb|67ef|67ff|694c|694e|694f|6980|6981|' .
'6985|6986|6987|698f|6995|699f|6fdf|9924|9925',
@@ -15874,48 +15970,48 @@ sub set_amd_data {
'process' => 'GF 14nm',
'years' => '2016-20',
},
- {'arch' => 'GCN 5.1',
+ {'arch' => 'GCN-5.1',
'ids' => '15df|1636|1638|164c|66a0|66a1|66a2|66a3|66a7|66af|69af',
- 'code' => 'Vega 2',
+ 'code' => 'Vega-2',
'process' => 'TSMC n7 (7nm)',
'years' => '2018-21',
},
- {'arch' => 'GCN 5',
+ {'arch' => 'GCN-5',
'ids' => '15d8|15dd|15ff|6860|6861|6862|6863|6864|6867|6868|6869|686a|686b|' .
'686c|686d|686e|687f|69a0|69a1|69a2|69a3',
'code' => 'Vega',
'process' => 'GF 14nm',
'years' => '2017-20',
},
- {'arch' => 'RDNA 1',
+ {'arch' => 'RDNA-1',
'ids' => '13e9|13fe|1478|1479|1607|7310|7312|731f|7340|7341|7347|734f|7360|' .
'7362',
'code' => 'Navi',
'process' => 'TSMC n7 (7nm)',
'years' => '2019-20',
},
- {'arch' => 'RDNA 2',
- 'ids' => '1506|15e7|163f|164d|1681|73a1|73a2|73a3|73a5|73ab|73ae|73af|73bf|' .
- '73c3|73ce|73df|73e0|73e1|73e3|73ef|73ff|7421|7422|7423|7424|743f',
- 'code' => 'Navi 2x',
+ {'arch' => 'RDNA-2',
+ 'ids' => '13f9|1506|15e7|163f|164d|164e|1681|73a1|73a2|73a3|73a5|73ab|73ae|' .
+ '73af|73bf|73c3|73ce|73df|73e0|73e1|73e3|73ef|73ff|7421|7422|7423|7424|743f',
+ 'code' => 'Navi-2x',
'process' => 'TSMC n7 (7nm)',
'years' => '2020-22',
},
- {'arch' => 'RDNA 3',
+ {'arch' => 'RDNA-3',
'ids' => '15bf|164f',
- 'code' => 'Navi 3x',
+ 'code' => 'Navi-3x',
'process' => 'TSMC n5 (5nm)',
'years' => '2022+',
},
- {'arch' => 'CDNA 1',
+ {'arch' => 'CDNA-1',
'ids' => '7388|738c|738e',
- 'code' => 'Instinct MI1xx',
+ 'code' => 'Instinct-MI1xx',
'process' => 'TSMC n7 (7nm)',
'years' => '2020',
},
- {'arch' => 'CDNA 2',
+ {'arch' => 'CDNA-2',
'ids' => '7408|740c|740f',
- 'code' => 'Instinct MI2xx',
+ 'code' => 'Instinct-MI2xx',
'process' => 'TSMC n6 (7nm)',
'years' => '2021-22+',
},
@@ -15923,7 +16019,7 @@ sub set_amd_data {
}
sub set_intel_data {
$gpu_intel = [
- {'arch' => 'Gen1',
+ {'arch' => 'Gen-1',
'ids' => '1132|7120|7121|7122|7123|7124|7125|7126|7128|712a',
'code' => '',
'process' => 'Intel 150nm',
@@ -15936,25 +16032,25 @@ sub set_intel_data {
'process' => 'Intel 150nm',
'years' => '1998',
},
- {'arch' => 'Gen2',
+ {'arch' => 'Gen-2',
'ids' => '2562|2572|3577|3582|358e',
'code' => '',
'process' => 'Intel 130nm',
'years' => '2002-03',
},
- {'arch' => 'Gen3',
+ {'arch' => 'Gen-3',
'ids' => '2582|2592|2780|2782|2792',
'code' => 'Intel 130nm',
'process' => '',
'years' => '2004-05',
},
- {'arch' => 'Gen3.5',
+ {'arch' => 'Gen-3.5',
'ids' => '2772|2776|27a2|27a6|27ae|2972|2973',
'code' => '',
'process' => 'Intel 90nm',
'years' => '2005-06',
},
- {'arch' => 'Gen4',
+ {'arch' => 'Gen-4',
'ids' => '2982|2983|2992|2993|29a2|29a3|29b2|29b3|29c2|29c3|29d2|29d3|2a02|' .
'2a03|2a12|2a13',
'code' => '',
@@ -15962,12 +16058,12 @@ sub set_intel_data {
'years' => '2006-07',
},
{'arch' => 'PowerVR SGX535',
- 'ids' => '8108|8109|a001|a002|a011|a012',
+ 'ids' => '4100|8108|8109|a001|a002|a011|a012',
'code' => '',
'process' => 'Intel 45-130nm',
'year' => '2008-10',
},
- {'arch' => 'Gen5',
+ {'arch' => 'Gen-5',
'ids' => '2a41|2a42|2a43|2e02|2e03|2e12|2e13|2e22|2e23|2e32|2e33|2e42|2e43|' .
'2e92|2e93',
'code' => '',
@@ -15981,7 +16077,7 @@ sub set_intel_data {
'process' => 'Intel 65nm',
'years' => '2008-10',
},
- {'arch' => 'Gen5.75',
+ {'arch' => 'Gen-5.75',
'ids' => '0042|0046|004a|0402|0412|0416',
'code' => '',
'process' => 'Intel 45nm',
@@ -15993,66 +16089,68 @@ sub set_intel_data {
'process' => 'Intel 22nm',
'years' => '2012-13',
},
- {'arch' => 'Gen6',
+ {'arch' => 'Gen-6',
'ids' => '0102|0106|010b|010e|0112|0116|0122|0126|08cf',
'code' => '',
'process' => 'Intel 32nm',
'years' => '2011',
},
- {'arch' => 'Gen7',
+ {'arch' => 'Gen-7',
'ids' => '0152|0156|015a|015e|0162|0166|016a|0172|0176',
'code' => '',
'process' => 'Intel 22nm',
'years' => '2012-13',
},
- {'arch' => 'Gen7.5',
+ {'arch' => 'Gen-7.5',
'ids' => '0406|041e|0a06|0a16|0a22|0a26|0a2a|0a2e',
'code' => '',
'process' => 'Intel 22nm',
'years' => '2013',
},
- {'arch' => 'Gen8',
+ {'arch' => 'Gen-8',
'ids' => '1602|160a|160b|160d|160e|1612|1616|161a|161b|161d|161e|1622|1626|' .
'162a|162b|162d|162e|1632|1636|163a|163b|163d|163e|22b0|22b1',
'code' => '',
'process' => 'Intel 14nm',
'years' => '2014-15',
},
- {'arch' => 'Gen9',
- 'ids' => '1902|1906|1912|1916|191b|191d|191e|1921|1926|1927|192b|192d|1932|' .
- '193a|193b|193d|5a84|5a85',
+ {'arch' => 'Gen-9',
+ 'ids' => '1902|1906|190b|1912|1916|191b|191d|191e|1921|1923|1926|1927|192b|' .
+ '192d|1932|193a|193b|193d|5a84|5a85',
'code' => '',
'process' => 'Intel 14n',
'years' => '2015-16',
},
- {'arch' => 'Gen9.5',
- 'ids' => '3184|3185|3e90|3e91|3e92|3e93|3e96|3e98|3e9b|3ea0|3ea5|5902|5912|' .
- '5916|5917|591b|591c|591d|591e|5923|5926|5927|87c0|9b41|9ba8|9bc4|9bc5|9bc8|' .
- '9bca',
+ {'arch' => 'Gen-9.5',
+ 'ids' => '3184|3185|3e90|3e91|3e92|3e93|3e94|3e96|3e98|3e9a|3e9b|3e9c|3ea0|' .
+ '3ea1|3ea5|3ea6|3ea8|3ea9|5902|5906|590b|5912|5916|5917|591b|591c|591d|591e|' .
+ '5921|5923|5926|5927|87c0|87ca|9b21|9b41|9ba4|9ba8|9baa|9bac|9bc4|9bc5|9bc6|' .
+ '9bc8|9bca|9bcc|9be6|9bf6',
'code' => '',
'process' => 'Intel 14nm',
'years' => '2016-20',
},
# gen10 was cancelled.,
- {'arch' => 'Gen11',
- 'ids' => '0d16|0d26|0d36|4e55|4e61|4e71|8a51|8a52|8a53|8a56|8a5a|8a5c',
+ {'arch' => 'Gen-11',
+ 'ids' => '0d16|0d26|0d36|4555|4571|4e55|4e61|4e71|8a51|8a52|8a53|8a56|8a58|' .
+ '8a5a|8a5c|9840|9841',
'code' => '',
'process' => 'Intel 10nm',
'years' => '2019-21',
},
- {'arch' => 'Gen12.1',
- 'ids' => '4905|4908|4c8a|4c8b|4c90|4c9a|9a49|9a60|9a68',
+ {'arch' => 'Gen-12.1',
+ 'ids' => '4905|4908|4c8a|4c8b|4c90|4c9a|9a40|9a49|9a60|9a68|9a70|9a78',
'code' => '',
'process' => 'Intel 10nm',
'years' => '2020-21',
},
- {'arch' => 'Gen12.2',
- 'ids' => '4626|46a3|46a6',
+ {'arch' => 'Gen-12.2',
+ 'ids' => '4626|4628|4682|4688|4690|4692|4693|46a3|46a6|46a8|46aa|46b3|46c3',
'code' => '',
'process' => 'Intel 10nm',
'years' => '2021-22+',
},
- {'arch' => '12.5',
+ {'arch' => 'Gen-12.5',
'ids' => '',
'code' => 'Arctic Sound',
'pattern' => 'Arctic',
@@ -16060,13 +16158,20 @@ sub set_intel_data {
'years' => '2021-22+',
},
# Jupiter Sound cancelled?
- {'arch' => 'Gen12.7',
+ {'arch' => 'Gen-12.7',
'ids' => '',
'code' => 'Alchemist',
'pattern' => 'Alchemist|DG2|Arc A\d{3}M?',
'process' => 'TSMC n6 (7nm)',
'years' => '2022+',
},
+ {'arch' => 'Gen-13',
+ 'ids' => 'a780|a781|a782|a783|a788|a789|a78a|a78b',
+ 'code' => '',
+ 'pattern' => 'Raptor Lake',
+ 'process' => 'Intel 7 (10nm)',
+ 'years' => '2022+',
+ },
];
}
sub set_nv_data {
@@ -16074,8 +16179,7 @@ sub set_nv_data {
# 0008|0009|0010|0018|0019
# and these are vendor id: 10de for 73.14
# 0020|0028|0029|002c|002d|00a0|0100|0101|0103|0150|0151|0152|0153
- my $try = ($show{'gpu-data'}) ? '' : '-try';
- my $status_eol = main::message('nv-legacy-eol' . $try);
+ my $status_eol = main::message('nv-legacy-eol');
my $date = $self_date;
$date =~ s/-\d+$//;
my $status_current = main::message('nv-current',$date);
@@ -18042,12 +18146,20 @@ sub get {
}
else {
my $key = 'Message';
+ my $message = '';
my $type = 'pci-card-data';
+ # for some reason, this was in device_output too redundantly
if ($pci_tool && $alerts{$pci_tool}->{'action'} eq 'permissions'){
$type = 'pci-card-data-root';
}
+ elsif (!$bsd_type && !%risc && !$pci_tool &&
+ $alerts{'lspci'}->{'action'} &&
+ $alerts{'lspci'}->{'action'} eq 'missing'){
+ $message = $alerts{'lspci'}->{'message'};
+ }
+ $message = main::message($type,'') if !$message;
@$rows = ({
- main::key($num++,0,1,$key) => main::message($type,'')
+ main::key($num++,0,1,$key) => $message
});
}
}
@@ -18151,17 +18263,6 @@ sub device_output {
# print "$row->[0]\n";
}
# @rows = ();
- # we want to handle ARM errors in main get
- if (!@$rows && !%risc){
- my $key = 'Message';
- my $type = 'pci-card-data';
- if ($pci_tool && $alerts{$pci_tool}->{'action'} eq 'permissions'){
- $type = 'pci-card-data-root';
- }
- @$rows = ({
- main::key($num++,0,1,$key) => main::message($type,'')
- });
- }
eval $end if $b_log;
}
sub usb_output {
@@ -23320,7 +23421,7 @@ sub lm_sensors_data {
# NOTE: I've seen an inexplicable case where: CPU:52.0°C fails to match with [\s°] but
# does match with: [\s°]*. I can't account for this, but that's why the * is there
# Tdie is a new k10temp-pci syntax for real cpu die temp. Tctl is cpu control value,
- # NOT the real cpu die temp.
+ # NOT the real cpu die temp: UNLESS tctl and tdie are equal, sigh..
elsif ($_ =~ /^(Chip 0.*?|T?CPU.*|Tdie.*):([0-9\.]+)[\s°]*(C|F)/i){
$temp_working = $2;
$working_unit = $3;
@@ -23330,6 +23431,15 @@ sub lm_sensors_data {
}
$sensors->{'temp-unit'} = set_temp_unit($sensors->{'temp-unit'},$working_unit) if $working_unit;
}
+ elsif ($_ =~ /^(Tctl.*):([0-9\.]+)[\s°]*(C|F)/i){
+ $temp_working = $2;
+ $working_unit = $3;
+ if (!$sensors->{'tctl-temp'} ||
+ (defined $temp_working && $temp_working > 0 && $temp_working > $sensors->{'tctl-temp'})){
+ $sensors->{'tctl-temp'} = $temp_working;
+ }
+ $sensors->{'temp-unit'} = set_temp_unit($sensors->{'temp-unit'},$working_unit) if $working_unit;
+ }
elsif ($_ =~ /^PECI\sAgent\s0.*:([0-9\.]+)[\s°]*(C|F)/i){
$sensors->{'cpu-peci-temp'} = $1;
$working_unit = $2;
@@ -23654,6 +23764,11 @@ sub process_data {
my ($fan_type,$i,$j,$index_count_fan_default,$index_count_fan_main) = (0,0,0,0,0);
my $temp_diff = 20; # for C, handled for F after that is determined
my (@fan_main,@fan_default);
+ # kernel/sensors only show Tctl if Tctl == Tdie temp, sigh...
+ if (!$sensors->{'cpu-temp'} && $sensors->{'tctl-temp'}){
+ $sensors->{'cpu-temp'} = $sensors->{'tctl-temp'};
+ undef $sensors->{'tctl-temp'};
+ }
# first we need to handle the case where we have to determine which temp/fan to use for cpu and mobo:
# note, for rare cases of weird cool cpus, user can override in their prefs and force the assignment
# this is wrong for systems with > 2 tempX readings, but the logic is too complex with 3 variables
@@ -25946,7 +26061,9 @@ sub get_kde_trinity_data {
$kded = $program;
$kded_name = 'kded';
}
- if ($desktop_session eq 'trinity' || $xdg_desktop eq 'trinity' || (grep {/^tde/} @ps_gui)){
+ # note: if TDM is used to start kde, can pass ps tde test
+ if ($desktop_session eq 'trinity' || $xdg_desktop eq 'trinity' ||
+ (!$desktop_session && !$xdg_desktop && (grep {/^tde/} @ps_gui))){
$desktop->[0] = 'Trinity';
if ($program = main::check_program('kdesktop')){
@version_data = main::grabber("$program --version 2>/dev/null");
@@ -25961,7 +26078,8 @@ sub get_kde_trinity_data {
# KDE_SESSION_VERSION is the integer version of the desktop
# NOTE: as of plasma 5, the tool: about-distro MAY be available, that will show
# actual desktop data, so once that's in debian/ubuntu, if it gets in, add that test
- elsif ($xdg_desktop eq 'kde' || $kde_session_version){
+ elsif ($desktop_session eq 'kde-plasma' || $xdg_desktop eq 'kde' ||
+ $kde_session_version){
if ($kde_session_version && $kde_session_version <= 4){
@data = ($kded_name) ? main::program_values($kded_name) : ();
if (@data){
@@ -25999,7 +26117,7 @@ sub get_kde_trinity_data {
$desktop->[0] = 'KDE Plasma';
}
if (!$desktop->[1]){
- $desktop->[1] = ($kde_session_version) ? $kde_session_version: main::message('unknown-desktop-version');
+ $desktop->[1] = ($kde_session_version) ? $kde_session_version : main::message('unknown-desktop-version');
}
# print Data::Dumper::Dumper \@version_data;
if ($extra > 1){
@@ -27587,9 +27705,9 @@ sub get_display_manager {
# greetd-684.sock if no .run seen. Add Ly in case they add run file/directory.
# greetd frontends: agreety dlm gtkgreet qtgreet tuigreet wlgreet
# mlogin may be mlogind, not verified
- my @dms = qw(brzdm cdm clogin emptty entranced gdm gdm3 greetd kdm kdm3 ldm
- lightdm lxdm ly mdm mlogin nodm pcdm qingy sddm slim slimski tbsm tdm udm wdm
- xdm xenodm xlogin);
+ my @dms = qw(brzdm cdm clogin emptty entranced gdm gdm3 greetd kdm kdm3 kdmctl
+ ldm lightdm lxdm ly mdm mlogin nodm pcdm qingy sddm slim slimski tbsm tdm
+ udm wdm xdm xdmctl xenodm xlogin);
# these are the only one I know of so far that have version info. xlogin /
# clogin do, -V, brzdm -v, but syntax not verified.
my @dms_version = qw(gdm gdm3 lightdm ly slim);
@@ -28027,6 +28145,8 @@ sub system_base {
my $base_osr = 'aptosid|grml|q4os|siduction|bodhi';
# osr base, distro id in issue
my $base_osr_issue = 'grml|linux lite|openmediavault';
+ # osr has distro name but has fedora centos redhat ID_LIKE and VERSION_ID same
+ my $base_osr_redhat = 'almalinux|centos|rocky';
# osr has distro name but has ubuntu ID_LIKE/UBUNTU_CODENAME
my $base_osr_ubuntu = 'mint|neon|nitrux|pop!_os|zorin';
my $base_upstream_lsb = '/etc/upstream-release/lsb-release';
@@ -28064,6 +28184,9 @@ sub system_base {
elsif (grep {/($base_debian_version_osr)/i} @osr){
$system_base = debian_id();
}
+ elsif (grep {/($base_osr_redhat)/i} @osr){
+ $base_type = 'rhel';
+ }
elsif (grep {/($base_osr_ubuntu)/i} @osr){
$base_type = 'ubuntu';
}
@@ -28194,7 +28317,13 @@ sub get_os_release {
$working[1] =~ s/^(debian|ubuntu\sdebian|debian\subuntu)/ubuntu/;
$working[1] = 'ubuntu' if $working[1] eq 'debian';
}
- $base_name = ucfirst($working[1]);
+ if ($base_type eq 'rhel' && $working[1] =~ /$base_type/i){
+ $base_name = 'RHEL';
+ $base_version = $version_id if $version_id;
+ }
+ else {
+ $base_name = ucfirst($working[1]);
+ }
}
elsif ($base_type eq 'ubuntu' && $working[0] eq 'UBUNTU_CODENAME' && $working[1]){
$base_version = ucfirst($working[1]);
@@ -28229,7 +28358,11 @@ sub get_os_release {
# note: mint has varying formats here, some have ubuntu as name, 17 and earlier
else {
# mint 17 used ubuntu os-release, so won't have $base_version
- if ($base_name && $base_version){
+ if ($base_name && $base_type eq 'rhel'){
+ $distro = $base_name;
+ $distro .= ' ' . $version_id if $version_id;
+ }
+ elsif ($base_name && $base_version){
$base_id = ubuntu_id($base_version) if $base_type eq 'ubuntu' && $base_version;
$base_id = '' if $base_id && "$base_name$base_version" =~ /$base_id/;
$base_id .= ' ' if $base_id;
@@ -28296,6 +28429,7 @@ sub ubuntu_id {
$codename = lc($codename);
my ($id) = ('');
my %codenames = (
+ 'kinetic' => '22.10',
'jammy' => '22.04 LTS',
'impish' => '21.10','hirsute' => '21.04',
'groovy' => '20.10','focal' => '20.04 LTS',
@@ -28558,6 +28692,16 @@ sub get_init_data {
$init = 'Epoch';
$init_version = program_version('epoch', '^Epoch', '4','version');
}
+ elsif ($comm =~ /finit/){
+ $init = 'finit';
+ if ($program = check_program('finit')){
+ $init_version = program_version($program,'^Finit','2','-v',1);
+ }
+ }
+ # nosh can map service manager to systemctl, service, rcctl, at least.
+ elsif ($comm =~ /^nosh/){
+ $init = 'nosh';
+ }
# missing data: note, runit can install as a dependency without being the
# init system: http://smarden.org/runit/sv.8.html
# NOTE: the proc test won't work on bsds, so if runit is used on bsds we
@@ -28584,6 +28728,7 @@ sub get_init_data {
elsif (check_program('launchctl')){
$init = 'launchd';
}
+ # could be nosh or runit as well for BSDs, not handled yet
elsif (-f '/etc/inittab'){
$init = 'SysVinit';
if (check_program('strings')){
@@ -30473,14 +30618,25 @@ sub process_status {
elsif ($key eq 'rcctl'){
$cmd = "$service_tool{$key}->[0] check $service";
}
- # dragonfly/netbsd/freebsd have this
+ # dragonfly/netbsd/freebsd have this. We prefer service over following since
+ # if it is present, the assumption is that it is being used, though multi id
+ # is probably better.
elsif ($key eq 'service'){
$cmd = "$service_tool{$key}->[0] $service status";
}
+ # upstart, legacy, and finit, needs more data
+ elsif ($key eq 'initctl'){
+ $cmd = "$service_tool{$key}->[0] status $service";
+ }
# runit
elsif ($key eq 'sv'){
$cmd = "$service_tool{$key}->[0] status $service";
}
+ # s6: note, shows s6-rc but uses s6-svstat; -n makes human-readable. Needs
+ # real data samples before adding.
+ # elsif ($key eq 's6-rc'){
+ # $cmd = "$service_tool{$key}->[0] $service";
+ # }
# check or status or onestatus (netbsd)
elsif ($key eq 'rc.d'){
if (-e "$service_tool{$key}->[0]$service"){
@@ -30499,7 +30655,7 @@ sub process_status {
$result = 'not found';
}
}
- @data = main::grabber("$cmd 2>&1",'','strip') if $cmd;
+ @data = main::grabber("$cmd 2>&1",'','strip') if $cmd;
# @data = ('bluetooth is running.');
print "key: $key\n", Data::Dumper::Dumper \@data if $dbg[29];
main::log_data('dump','service @data',\@data) if $b_log;
@@ -30522,6 +30678,12 @@ sub process_status {
$result .= ",$value" if ($result && $value);
last;
}
+ # Status : running
+ elsif ($working[0] eq 'Status'){
+ $result = lc($working[1]);
+ $result = $translate{$result} if $translate{$result};
+ last;
+ }
# valid syntax, but service does not exist
# * rc-service: service 'ntp' does not exist ::
elsif ($row =~ /$service.*?(not (exist|(be )?found)|no such (directory|file)|unrecognized)/i){
@@ -30585,9 +30747,16 @@ sub set {
%service_tool = ('service' => [$path,'service']);
}
elsif ($path = main::check_program('sv')){
- # service sshd status
%service_tool = ('sv' => [$path,'sv']);
}
+ # needs data, never seen output, but report if present
+ elsif ($path = main::check_program('s6-svstat')){
+ %service_tool = ('s6-rc' => [$path,'s6-rc']);
+ }
+ # make it last in tools, need more data
+ elsif ($path = main::check_program('initctl')){
+ %service_tool = ('initctl' => [$path,'initctl']);
+ }
# freebsd does not have 'check', netbsd does not have status
elsif (-d '/etc/rc.d/'){
# /etc/rc.d/ssh check :: ssh(ok|failed)
@@ -32195,7 +32364,7 @@ sub short_output {
main::key($prefix,1,0,'SHORT') => $data,
};
}
-sub info_item{
+sub info_item {
eval $start if $b_log;
my $num = 0;
my $gcc_alt = '';
diff --git a/inxi.1 b/inxi.1
index 632a476..8ef2245 100644
--- a/inxi.1
+++ b/inxi.1
@@ -15,7 +15,7 @@
.\" with this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc.,
.\" 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA.
.\"
-.TH INXI 1 "2022\-06\-16" "inxi" "inxi manual"
+.TH INXI 1 "2022\-07\-27" "inxi" "inxi manual"
.SH NAME
inxi \- Command line system information script for console and IRC
@@ -31,7 +31,7 @@ inxi \- Command line system information script for console and IRC
[\fB\-v NUMBER\fR] [\fB\-W LOCATION\fR]
[\fB\-\-weather\-unit\fR {\fBm\fR|\fBi\fR|\fBmi\fR|\fBim\fR}] [\fB\-y WIDTH\fR]
-\fBinxi\fR [\fB\-\-edid\fR] [\fB\-\-gpu\fR] [\fB\-\-memory\-modules\fR]
+\fBinxi\fR [\fB\-\-edid\fR] [\fB\-\-memory\-modules\fR]
[\fB\-\-memory\-short\fR] [\fB\-\-recommends\fR] [\fB\-\-sensors\-default\fR]
[\fB\-\-slots\fR]
@@ -312,35 +312,7 @@ show extra verbose options such as \fB\-d \-f \-i -J \-l \-m \-o \-p \-r \-t \-u
.TP
.B \-\-gpu\fR
-Show advanced gpu data. Triggers \fB\-G\fR and \fB\-a\fR as well. Expands
-existing \fBnon\-free:\fR driver (Linux and Nvidia only), and \fBarch:\fR
-reports (AMD/Intel/Nvidia). Useful to help diagnose driver support issues, shows
-extra data that can help diagnose/debug. Adds \fBcode:\fR item if found and not
-the same as \fBarch:\fR.
-.nf
-\fBinxi \-\-gpu \-y1
-Graphics:
- Device\-1: NVIDIA NV34 [GeForce FX 5200]
- driver: nouveau
- v: kernel
- non\-free:
- series: 173.14.xx
- status: legacy (EOL)
- last:
- kernel: 3.12
- xorg: 1.15
- release: 173.14.39
- arch: Rankine
- code: NV3x
- process: 130\-150nm
- built: 2003\-05
- ports:
- active: VGA\-1
- empty: DVI\-I\-1,TV\-1
- bus\-ID: 01:00.0
- chip\-ID: 10de:0322
- class\-ID: 0300
-.fi
+Deprecated. See \fB\-G \-a\fR.
.TP
.B \-G \fR, \fB\-\-graphics\fR
@@ -603,7 +575,7 @@ shows Bus ID, Port number.
.TP
.B \-\-nvidia\fR, \fB\-\-nv\fR
.br
-See \fB\-\-gpu\fR.
+Deprecated. See \fB\-Ga\fR.
.TP
.B \-o \fR, \fB\-\-unmounted\fR
@@ -852,10 +824,10 @@ of optical drives.
.TP
.B \-v 8
-\- All system data available. Adds extra gpu data (\fB\-\-gpu\fR), advanced EDID
-data (\fB\-\-edid\fR), Repos (\fB\-r\fR), PCI slots (\fB\-\-slots\fR), processes
-(\fB\-tcm\fR), admin (\fB\-\-admin\fR). Useful for testing output and to see
-what data you can get from your system.
+\- All system data available. Adds advanced EDID data (\fB\-\-edid\fR), Repos
+(\fB\-r\fR), PCI slots (\fB\-\-slots\fR), processes (\fB\-tcm\fR), admin
+(\fB\-\-admin\fR). Useful for testing output and to see what data you can get
+from your system.
.TP
.B \-w \fR, \fB\-\-weather\fR
@@ -955,6 +927,11 @@ Adds security filters for IP addresses, serial numbers, MAC, location
clients.
.TP
+.B \-\-za\fR, \fB\-\-filter\-all\fR
+Shortcut to trigger \fB\-z\fR, \fB\-\-zl\fR, \fB\-\-zu\fR, \fB\-\-zv\fR. All the
+filters, that is.
+
+.TP
.B \-\-zl\fR, \fB\-\-filter\-label\fR
Filter partition label names from \fB\-j\fR, \fB\-o\fR, \fB\-p\fR, \fB\-P\fR,
and \fB\-Sa\fR (root=LABEL=...). Generally only useful in very specialized
@@ -1926,7 +1903,7 @@ of how many mt (multi\-threaded) and how many st (single\-threaded) cores there
in the physical cpu ( \fBmt\-cores:\fR, \fBst\-cores:\fR); For complex CPU
types like ARM SoC devices with 2 CPU types, with different core counts and/or
\fBmin/max:\fR) frequencies, \fBvariant:\fR per type found, with relevant
-differences shown, like \fBcores:, \fBmin/max:\fR, etc.
+differences shown, like \fBcores:\fR, \fBmin/max:\fR, etc.
.nf
\fBCPU:
@@ -1967,7 +1944,7 @@ differences shown, like \fBcores:, \fBmin/max:\fR, etc.
1: 1195
2: 1196
....
- bogomips: 267823
+ bogomips: 267823\fR
.fi
\- Adds CPU Vulnerabilities (bugs) as known by your current kernel. Lists by
@@ -2020,27 +1997,58 @@ does NOT mean it is available in the system, it's just something the kernel
knows could possibly be used instead.
\- Adds (AMD/Intel/Nvidia, if available) \fBprocess: [node] built: [years]\fR
-to \fBarch:fR item.
+to \fBarch:\fR item.
\- Adds (if Linux and Nvidia device) non\-free support information (if
available). This can be useful for forum support people to determine if the card
supports current active legacy Nvidia driver branches, or if the card nonfree
driver is EOL or active. Note that if card is current, shows basic series and
status.
+
+Includes extended non free Nvidia legacy informatin (Linux and Nvidia only), and
+\fBarch:\fR reports (AMD/Intel/Nvidia). Useful to help diagnose driver support
+issues, shows extra data that can help diagnose/debug. Adds \fBcode:\fR item if
+found and not the same as \fBarch:\fR.
+
.nf
\fBinxi \-GIaz
Graphics:
Device\-1: NVIDIA NV34 [GeForce FX 5200] driver: nouveau v: kernel
- non-free: 173.14.xx status: legacy (EOL, try \-\-gpu) arch: Rankine
- process: 130\-150nm built: 2003-05 ports: active: VGA-1
- empty: DVI\-I\-1,TV\-1 bus\-ID: 01:00.0 chip\-ID: 10de:0322
- class\-ID: 0300
+ non\-free: 173.14.xx status: legacy (EOL) last: kernel: 3.12 xorg: 1.15
+ release: 173.14.39 arch: Rankine code: NV3x process: 130\-150nm
+ built: 2003\-05 ports: active: VGA\-1 empty: DVI\-I\-1,TV\-1
+ bus\-ID: 01:00.0 chip\-ID: 10de:0322 class\-ID: 0300
Display: x11 server: X.Org v: 21.1.3 driver: X: loaded: nouveau
unloaded: fbdev,modesetting,vesa alternate: nv,nvidia gpu: nouveau
display\-ID: :0 screens: 1\fR
.fi
-For extended non free Nvidia legacy informatin, use \fB\-\-gpu\fR.
+With \fB\-y1\fR:
+
+.nf
+\fBinxi \-Ga \-y1
+Graphics:
+ Device\-1: NVIDIA NV34 [GeForce FX 5200]
+ driver: nouveau
+ v: kernel
+ non\-free:
+ series: 173.14.xx
+ status: legacy (EOL)
+ last:
+ kernel: 3.12
+ xorg: 1.15
+ release: 173.14.39
+ arch: Rankine
+ code: NV3x
+ process: 130\-150nm
+ built: 2003\-05
+ ports:
+ active: VGA\-1
+ empty: DVI\-I\-1,TV\-1
+ bus\-ID: 01:00.0
+ chip\-ID: 10de:0322
+ class\-ID: 0300\fR
+.fi
\- Adds PCIe generation, and, if different than running PCIe generation, speed
or lanes, \fBlink\-max: gen: speed: lanes:\fR (only items different from primary
@@ -2053,26 +2061,31 @@ X.org sample (with both \fBxdpyinfo\fR and \fBxrandr\fR data available):
\fBinxi \-aGz
Graphics:
Device\-1: AMD Cedar [Radeon HD 5000/6000/7350/8350 Series] vendor: XFX Pine
- driver: radeon v: kernel pcie: gen: 1 speed: 2.5 GT/s lanes: 16 link\-max:
- gen: 2 speed: 5 GT/s ports: active: DVI\-I\-1,VGA\-1 empty: HDMI\-A\-1
- bus-ID: 0a:00.0 chip-ID: 1002:68f9 class\-ID: 0300
- Display: x11 server: X.Org v: 1.20.13 compositor: xfwm v: 4.16.1 driver: X:
- loaded: modesetting gpu: radeon display\-ID: :0.0 screens: 1
- Screen\-1: 0 s\-res: 2560x1024 s\-dpi: 96 s\-size: 677x270mm (26.7x10.6")
+ driver: radeon v: kernel alternate: amdgpu arch: TeraScale\-2
+ code: Evergreen process: TSMC 32\-40nm built: 2009\-15 pcie: gen: 1
+ speed: 2.5 GT/s lanes: 16 link\-max: gen: 2 speed: 5 GT/s ports:
+ active: DVI\-I\-1,VGA\-1 empty: HDMI\-A\-1 bus\-ID: 0a:00.0
+ chip\-ID: 1002:68f9 class\-ID: 0300
+ Display: x11 server: X.Org v: 1.21.1.3 with: Xwayland v: 22.1.0
+ compositor: xfwm v: 4.16.1 driver: X: loaded: modesetting gpu: radeon
+ display\-ID: :0.0 screens: 1
+ Screen\-1: 0 s-res: 2560x1024 s-dpi: 96 s\-size: 677x270mm (26.65x10.63")
s\-diag: 729mm (28.7")
- Monitor\-1: DVI\-I\-1 pos: primary,left model: SyncMaster serial: <filter>
- built: 2004 res: 1280x1024 hz: 60 dpi: 96 gamma: 1.2
- size: 338x270mm (13.3x10.6") diag: 433mm (17") ratio: 5:4 modes:
+ Monitor\-1: DVI\-I\-1 pos: primary,left model: Samsung SyncMaster
+ serial: <filter> built: 2004 res: 1280x1024 hz: 60 dpi: 96 gamma: 1.2
+ size: 338x270mm (13.31x10.63") diag: 433mm (17") ratio: 5:4 modes:
max: 1280x1024 min: 720x400
- Monitor\-2: VGA\-1 pos: right model: DELL 1908FP serial: <filter>
+ Monitor\-2: VGA\-1 pos: right model: Dell 1908FP serial: <filter>
built: 2008 res: 1280x1024 hz: 60 dpi: 86 gamma: 1.4
- size: 376x301mm (14.8x11.9") diag: 482mm (19") ratio: 5:4 modes:
+ size: 376x301mm (14.8x11.85") diag: 482mm (19") ratio: 5:4 modes:
max: 1280x1024 min: 720x400
+ OpenGL: renderer: AMD CEDAR (DRM 2.50.0 / 5.16.0-11.1\-liquorix-amd64 LLVM
+ 12.0.1) v: 3.3 Mesa 21.2.6 compat\-v: 3.1 direct render: Yes
....\fR
.fi
Wayland sample, with Sway/swaymsg:
.nf
-\fBinxi \aGz
+\fBinxi \-aGz
Graphics:
Device\-1: AMD Cedar [Radeon HD 5000/6000/7350/8350 Series] vendor: XFX Pine
driver: radeon v: kernel alternate: amdgpu arch: TeraScale 2
diff --git a/inxi.changelog b/inxi.changelog
index a4e5e56..27b455e 100644
--- a/inxi.changelog
+++ b/inxi.changelog
@@ -1,4 +1,188 @@
================================================================================
+Version: 3.3.20
+Patch: 00
+Date: 2022-07-27
+--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
+RELEASE NOTES:
+--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
+
+A good bug fix, and several very good indentation fixes that had always been
+around, and some of them known. More fine tuning of CPU process/built data. Bit
+by bit it's getting filled out.
+
+Thanks again mrmazda for all the suggestions and watchful eyes.
+
+--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
+KNOWN ISSUES:
+
+1. CPU built, process are not perfect and complete and always right. Like life,
+it's not perfect, but it is ok. Help complete the feature if it bothers you.
+
+2. Intel Raptor Lake and related APUs are trickling out, but I have not found
+cpuid data for the cpu, or generation data for the apu. Was hoping to squeeze
+that into 3.3.20, but looks like it will have to go into 3.3.21 or later.
+
+--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
+BUGS:
+
+1. MrMazda pointed this out, the printer was not correctly indenting long values
+in specific cases, not adding indentation level 1 when the key: value pair was
+not the last item on the logical line. Subtle, but could hit Device, OpenGL, and
+a few other cases.
+
+2. When SMT is disabled, cpu speed from /sys can return <unknown>, which is a
+string, not the numeric value inxi expected. This trips multipe errors when
+speed cleaner is used. Thanks issue #273 reporter iamc for this one. My guess is
+all during all cpu testing, none of us thought to disable smt to see what would
+happen.
+
+--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
+FIXES:
+
+1. On disk vendors, Initio isn't a vendor, it's either a misconfigured ide hdd,
+slave/master wrong, or bad usb controller. Initio is a default controller, not a
+vendor. Added pre-filter in disk_vendor() to remove that string if it appears.
+
+2. Going along with bug 1, finally fixed long standing weakness with long value
+wrapping, now continues to build line until it's done, and does not force a new
+line after the last long value item.
+
+3. Another glitch where last key: value pair was less than working width, but
+total width was greater, was not wrapping correctly.
+
+4. Saw a corner case Intel Core name: Core i7-1165G7 which did not use the
+expected intel (core number)(3 digits), modified to look for 3 digits after core
+numer OR 2 digits + letter + digit.
+
+5. Added 'tar' installed test for debugger, found cases in actual distros that
+shipped without it in their minimal installs. Times sure have changed!
+
+6. Another Centos type change, amazingly, this was shipped without lspci as
+well! No idea what went into the install ISO if this stuff didn't include the
+most elementary Linux tools. Added lspci missing error if linux and not risc and
+no pci_tool detected. I have to admit this is really surprising to me, I mean, I
+thought the entire purpose of the rhel family was to provide enterprise
+solutions, but to leave out such elementary tools required by every sys admin is
+very difficult to understand. This was centos 7.5. I believe Alma and Rocky 9
+minimal have those basic tools, so that's an improvement, though they didn't
+have tar.
+
+7. Added a '-' between gen and gen number for Intel GPU generation output. Even
+though it's documented as for example gen9.5, it looks odd to see it that way,
+it's easier to read it as gen-9.5 I think.
+
+8. Did same for AMD arch/codes, for numbered arch/codes like Rage 9, easier to
+read as Rage-9.
+
+9. Extreme corner case spotted by mrmazda, if KDE is started by TDE, inxi showed
+Trinity, not KDE-Plasma as the desktop. Further, it failed to show Trinity
+version, maybe because Trinity was not installed?
+
+10. Finally found cause of Tdie vanishing in favor of Tctl, a bad decision to
+hide Tdie if Tdie == Tctl, why they did that, I don't know, but at least nwo,
+there will be AMD Zen cpu temp again.
+
+--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
+ENHANCEMENTS:
+
+1a. More or less completed verification of AMD cpu microarch/built/process, and
+added more accurate fallback cases for stray model IDs.
+* family 5h: K5, K6
+* family 6h: K7
+* family 7h: K8 - mostly done, needs some checks.
+* family 10h: K10
+* family 11h: K11 Turion X2. Note there is some uncertainy about this family
+name. Built years n/a yet. Mix of K8/K10
+* family 12h: K12 Fusion, K10 based, first APU type?
+
+1b. Extended Intel cpu data a bit more as well. Thanks linuxdaddy from slackware
+for the research help there.
+* family 4: mostly new, fine tuned, granular
+* family 5: more granular, better date/process info.
+* family 6: built dates added
+* family F: corrected some overly specific stuff
+
+2. Tentative support for finit init system (fast init). Runs in /proc/1/comm,
+uses initctl, which may have been revived from its upstart days, not sure. Added
+potential support for nosh, linux only, don't know how to detect other bsd init
+system.
+
+3. Added amd/intel gpu product IDs.
+
+4. Added shortcut --filter-all/--za, activates all filters: -z, --zl, --zu,
+--zv. Why not?
+
+5. Added support for dm types kdmctl and xdmctl, opensuse and maybe redhat use
+the latter to start the actual dm running the desktop/wm. You want to see that
+because you need to do systemctl restart xdm to restart the actual dm. Thanks
+mrmazda for pointing out this one.
+
+6. Added AlmaLinux, RockyLinux, CentosStream to system base (RHEL derived).
+
+7. Basic Raptor Lake gpu/apu support added, with patterns to detect since few
+product ids yet. Same applies to Arctic and Alchemist, which still have no
+product IDs.
+
+8. More disk vendors and disk vendor ids, never stops - the waters flow on, the
+rain falls, then the sun comes out. Until one day it doesn't.
+
+--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
+CHANGES:
+
+1. Deprecated --gpu, now it works the same as -Ga, that was too granular and
+nobody would use it I think. Now that the new gpu features are solid, no need
+for this special feature.
+
+--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
+DOCUMENTATION:
+
+1. Updated docs/inxi-values.txt, it didn't have all the --debug-xxx options
+listed.
+
+2. Split out some BSD data into docs/inxi-bsd.txt.
+
+3. Big update on docs/inxi-init.txt, moved data to it from other files, updated
+the init/service tool data.
+
+4. Renamed init-data.txt to inxi-init.txt, renamed cpu-flags to
+inxi-cpu-flags.txt to be more consistent.
+
+5. Updated help, man for new --filter-all option.
+
+6. Updated help and man for --gpu deprecation.
+
+--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
+CODE:
+
+1. Moved required perl modules and system programs checks to
+check_required_items() in debugger, why not? Also added an error handler for
+missing required programs, this is really the only one, and only for
+--debug >= 20
+This is the only required program test inxi has in it I believe, really amazing
+that such a core tool would be left out of an OS today.
+
+2. Removed this redundant block of code from Network device_output() end
+section, that repeated in the main get() so didn't seem to serve any purpose.
+The test in get() is if n!@rows and if !%risc, same as here, so can't see any
+use for it. I'm leaving this here in case that did have some use, but I don't
+see it.
+
+# we want to handle ARM errors in main get
+if (!@$rows && !%risc){
+ my $key = 'Message';
+ my $type = 'pci-card-data';
+ if ($pci_tool && $alerts{$pci_tool}->{'action'} eq 'permissions'){
+ $type = 'pci-card-data-root';
+ }
+ @$rows = ({
+ main::key($num++,0,1,$key) => main::message($type,'')
+ });
+}
+
+--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
+-- Harald Hope - Thu, 27 Jul 2022 11:58:32 -0700
+
+================================================================================
Version: 3.3.19
Patch: 00
Date: 2022-06-16
@@ -56,7 +240,7 @@ CODE:
1. Corrected in RepoItem possible use of undefined array references.
-2. Finally, a full releawse tool!! inxi-perl/tools/release.pl. Validates man,
+2. Finally, a full release tool!! inxi-perl/tools/release.pl. Validates man,
verifies pinxi commands to avoid errors, then updates man/options/changelog
html pages for smxi.org/docs, and then syncs pinxi* files to inxi*.
@@ -273,6 +457,9 @@ Corrected this in print_basic() by using max-cols-basic.
7. Fixed broken sandisk vendor id.
+8. Finally found docs that explain, for some terrible reason, if Tctl and Tdie
+are the same, sensors or kernel does not show Tdie, sigh...
+
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ENHANCEMENTS: