Rammieis there a commandline commmand that give my my ram stick model and brand?08:41
lubot<The_LoudSpeaker> Rammie: you might want to try dmidecode09:01
lubot<The_LoudSpeaker> sudo dmidecode -t 17 gives you info about ram.09:01
lubot<The_LoudSpeaker> doesn't give the brand tho.09:02
Rammiei will order more ram for my machine. and will now not though the hasel of opening my machine.09:03
Rammiei have found the manufacturer.09:04
The_LoudSpeakergood to know.09:04
Rammieand part Number09:04
RammieThe_Loudspeaker, thanks i have found what i searching for.09:05
The_LoudSpeakerwelcome :)09:07
ZombyWoofLubuntu hangs at login screen after fresh install. I logged in from console terminal and did all updates. Still hangs. I have to go now, back in an hour. hopefully there is an answer at that time. thanks in advance....10:41

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