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Count your Mageia installation on Linux-Hardware.org

Postby linuxbuild » Dec 5th, '20, 21:33

Too few installation probes of Mageia. Let’s participate by hw-probe package:

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su
urpmi https://github.com/linuxhw/hw-probe/releases/download/1.5/hw-probe-1.5-Mageia5.noarch.rpm edid-decode
hw-probe -all -upload

In the future, we’ll be able to plot statistics report like it was done for ROSA Linux if the sample size reaches the required minimum size.

Thanks to all!
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Re: Count your Mageia installation on Linux-Hardware.org

Postby Kasey00 » Jan 6th, '21, 10:50

applet integrated into the GNOME desktop works; on the minus side it means that attempting to configure your network connection via the MCC does not work. Use the drop-down menu accessible from the top right corner of the GNOME desktop to perform any necessary network configuration.
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Re: Count your Mageia installation on Linux-Hardware.org

Postby gnumax » Apr 15th, '21, 19:19

linuxbuild wrote:Too few installation probes of Mageia. Let’s participate by hw-probe package:

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su
urpmi https://github.com/linuxhw/hw-probe/releases/download/1.5/hw-probe-1.5-Mageia5.noarch.rpm edid-decode
hw-probe -all -upload

In the future, we’ll be able to plot statistics report like it was done for ROSA Linux if the sample size reaches the required minimum size.

Thanks to all!

Glad to find you once again in Mageia too, Linuxbuild. In short, I use Mageia 8 on Thinkpad T430. I followed your instruction but it was failed. However, I managed to register my hardware and here is my Mageia hardware probe link https://linux-hardware.org/?probe=9a5ad3016a. Thank you very much!

My workaround is to use the AppImage (downloaded from here https://github.com/linuxhw/hw-probe/releases) and run the command lines:

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$ chmod +x the-file-name.AppImage
$ sudo ./the-file-name.AppImage -all -upload
Probe for hardware ... Ok
Reading logs ... Ok
Uploaded to DB, Thank you!

Probe URL: https://linux-hardware.org/?probe=9a5ad3016a
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Re: Count your Mageia installation on Linux-Hardware.org

Postby morgano » Apr 16th, '21, 00:44

Thanks.
From that procedure, here is one of my systems https://linux-hardware.org/?probe=6d81c9d615
Mandriva since 2006, then Mageia since 2011 at home & work. Thinkpad T43 & T400, Dell M4400, Acer Aspire 7. Workstation using LVM, LUKS, VirtualBox, BOINC
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