User Vivek Gite of nixCraft shows us how to display system hardware information on your FreeBSD operating system. He will show you how to use various commands for outputting information, such as uname, getconf, freebsd-version, dmesg, and others. Check out the link below for the full set of instructions.
FreeBSD comes with different utilities, which can be used to gather the information as per your needs. The uname command is used to print system information, and dmesg command is used to print kernel ring buffer information. The sysctl command is use to configure kernel parameters at runtime as well as to read hardware information. Let us see all commands that can display hardware information on the FreeBSD server or desktop.