[Mono-dev] Linux version of a Windows application

Elias Sanchez elias_sanchez at yahoo.com
Thu Oct 13 16:43:14 EDT 2005

Thank you, I'm running Fedora.

Shawn Singh <radesh.singh at rfsmart.com> wrote:v\:* {behavior:url(#default#VML);}o\:* {behavior:url(#default#VML);}w\:* {behavior:url(#default#VML);}.shape {behavior:url(#default#VML);}
I’m sure it’s the wrong place, but since you asked
I’m sure it might vary from distro to distro, but in Fedora Core 4 there’s a tool called Hardware Browser (can be accessed by clicking on the following: Applications->System Tools->Hardware Browser)
you can get all kinds of information from there


What distro are you running anyway?


Thank you,


Shawn Singh


ICS, Inc.

Jacksonville, FL 32207

904-399-8500 ext. 1667

shawn.singh at icsfl.com


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Subject: [Mono-dev] Linux version of a Windows application


Sorry if this is the wrong place to ask this, I have a management application compatible with WMI(Windows) and DMI, this application runs under Windows, my client is asking for a Linux version and I’m planning on using Mono for the front end, I’m very(very) new to Linux and was wondering if someone could direct me to articles about management, for example how can I get the information(model, serial number, brand, etc)of  the hard disk in my machine in Linux, ¿is there something similar to WMI in Linux?



Elias Sanchez.
Puntual Consultores

Elias Sanchez.
Puntual Consultores
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