Commands used to fetch Hardware and Software Details from Linux,Solaris,AIX,MAC and HP-UX device scans.

Commands used to fetch Hardware and Software Details from Linux,Solaris,AIX,MAC and HP-UX device scans.

Attached are the consolidated commands for respective devices.


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