March 6, 2010 · General · Email This Post

It lists computers and services on the local network (Avahi) and hardware connected to your computer (HAL). When you click a device, it tells you properties of the device and lets you perform common actions for that device. For example, an ftp share has a button to open in Nautilus, a webcam has a button to open in Cheese and an inline preview of the webcam.

Install HardwareMap in Ubuntu Lucid and karmic

Open the terminal and run the commands

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ccouzens/ppa

sudo apt-get update

sudo apt-get install hardwaremap

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3 Comments to “HardwareMap – Lists computers,services on the local network and hardware connected to your computer”

  1. madhu says:

    Nice utility

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  2. Lincoln says:

    HAL is deprecated

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  3. sagnus says:

    cool tool!
    thx!

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