Python Linux dmidecode, how to obtain HW info by Parsing?

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Figured it out, by using the following we can obtain all data that I need:

import dmidecode

def getBIOS():
   for v in dmidecode.bios().values():
   if type(v) == dict and v['dmi_type'] == 0:
   BIOSdict["Name"] = str((v['data']['Vendor']))
BIOSdict["BuildNumber"] = str((v['data']['Version']))
BIOSdict["SoftwareElementID"] = str((v['data']['BIOS Revision']))
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This is a python library for inspecting hardware and devices by parsing the outputs of system utilities such as lspci and dmidecode.,In that, some of the utilities are display detailed information about all the hardware components and reset will shows only specific device information.,In this series, today we are going to discuss about python-hwinfo, it is one of the tool that display summary of hardware information and it’s configuration in the neat way.,Execute the following command to inspect the hardware present on a local machine. The output is much clear and neat which I didn’t see in any other commands.

$ sudo apt install python - pip
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Command-line arguments

usage: sysinfo.py[-h][--all][--error][--info][--list][--output OUTPUT]
   [--pool POOL][--verbose]
   [commands[commands...]]

positional arguments:
   commands Commands

optional arguments:
   -h, --help show this help message and exit
   --all, -a Execute all commands.
   --error, -e Show only error outputs from commands.
   --info, -i List all commands with command line arguments.
   --list, -l List all commands.
   --output OUTPUT, -o OUTPUT
Path to the output file.
   --pool POOL, -p POOL Pool size
for parallel execution of commands.(
      default value is 5)
   --verbose, -v Add more info to output - options, commands, raw
command result.

Standart JSON output

python2 sysinfo.py lscpu
{
   "lscpu": {
      "output": {
         "architecture": "armv6l",
         "bogomips": "996.14",
         "byteOrder": "Little Endian",
         "coresPerSocket": "1",
         "cpuMaxMhz": "1000.0000",
         "cpuMinMhz": "700.0000",
         "cpus": "1",
         "flags": "half thumb fastmult vfp edsp java tls",
         "model": "7",
         "modelName": "ARM1176",
         "onLineCpusList": "0",
         "sockets": "1",
         "stepping": "r0p7",
         "threadsPerCore": "1",
         "vendorId": "ARM"
      }
   }
}

Get single value

python2 sysinfo.py lscpu | jq - r ".lscpu.output.modelName"
ARM1176

Output in CSV format

python2 sysinfo.py lsblk | jq - r ".lsblk.output[] | [.name, .label, .size,
   .mountpoint] | @csv "
"mmcblk0", "", "14.6G", ""
"mmcblk0boot0", "", "4M", ""
"mmcblk0boot1", "", "4M", ""
"mmcblk0p1", "boot", "256M", "/boot"
"mmcblk0p2", "rootfs", "14.3G", "/"
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A library for inspecting hardware info using standard linux utilities. , A library for inspecting hardware info using standard linux utilities. ,This is a python library for inspecting hardware and devices by parsing the outputs of system utilities such as lspci and dmidecode.,For inspecting the hardware present on a local machine, execute:

pip install python - hwinfo
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Many line commands for detecting hardware must be issued under root authority. So either switch to the root user ID, or issue the command under your regular user ID preceded by sudo:

sudo <the_line_command>
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In this article we’ll see how we can use Dmidecode command to retrieve hardware information of any Linux system. Suppose if we want to upgrade a system we need to gather information like Memory, BIOS and CPU etc. With help of Dmidecode command we will come to know the details without opening system chasis. Dmidecode command works for RHEL/CentOS/Fedora/Ubuntu Linux.,10 Commands to Collect System and Hardware Info in Linux,To get the information about Manufacturer, Model and Serial Number of system, use the following command as shown below.,DMI Id give us particular hardware information of system. Dmidecode with options ‘-t ‘or ‘–type‘ and ‘Id‘ will provide us the exact infromation. Id 6 will give us Memory Module information.

Below is the Demidecode command sample output.

# dmidecode 2.11
SMBIOS version fixup(2.31 - > 2.3).
SMBIOS 2.3 present.
45 structures occupying 1642 bytes.
Table at 0x000E0010.

Handle 0x0000, DMI type 0, 20 bytes
BIOS Information
Vendor: Phoenix Technologies LTD
Version: 6.00
Release Date: 12 / 06 / 2006
Address: 0xE78A0
Runtime Size: 100192 bytes
ROM Size: 64 kB
Characteristics:
   ISA is supported
PCI is supported
PC Card(PCMCIA) is supported
PNP is supported
APM is supported
BIOS is upgradeable
BIOS shadowing is allowed
ESCD support is available
USB legacy is supported
Smart battery is supported
BIOS boot specification is supported
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