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How to tell I am running on Intel Compute Stick ?

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Hello, I am developing a project that will run on Intel Compute Stick (ubuntu) as well as other platforms.

I was wondering how can I tell whether I am running on Intel Compute Stick ?

Is there a platform specific information somewhere in `uname -a` ? or /proc/cpuinfo ? /etc/apt/sources ?

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# sudo dmidecode -t 1 | grep stick

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# sudo dmidecode -t 1 | grep stick

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James is correct; you want to be looking at the contents of the SMBIOS Structure Table and DMIDECODE is the tool that you use to do so. The SMBIOS structure Table contains strings that you can peruse to determine what you are actually running on.

To help you further, here are dumps of the strings found in a number of structures for each of my ICS. Note that this was done using a different (Windows-based) tool that only displays certain fields, so its output doesn't look what you will see with DMIDECODE. Note also that I have hidden information private to my ICS using question marks.

1. For the STK2M3W64CC:

System Information:

Manufacturer: Intel Corporation

Product Name: STK2M3W64CC

Version: H87908-202

Serial Number: ????????????

SKU Number:

Family: Compute Stick

UUID: ????????-????-????-????-????????????

Chassis Information:

Type: Desktop

Manufacturer: Intel Corporation

Version: 2.0

Serial Number: ????????????

Asset Tag:

Board Information:

Manufacturer: Intel Corporation

Product Name: STK2M3W64CC

Version: H89289-401

Serial Number: ????????????

BIOS Information:

Manufacturer: Intel Corp.

Version: CCSKLm30.86A.0044.2016.0909.1528

Release Date: 09/09/2016

2. For the STK2MV64CC:

System Information:

Manufacturer: Intel Corporation

Product Name: STK2MV64CC

Version: H87914-205

Serial Number: ????????????

SKU Number:

Family: Compute Stick

UUID: ????????-????-????-????-????????????

Chassis Information:

Type: Desktop

Manufacturer: Intel Corporation

Version: H87914-205

Serial Number: ????????????

Asset Tag:

Board Information:

Manufacturer: Intel Corporation

Product Name: STK2MV64CC

Version: H89290-502

Serial Number: ????????????

BIOS Information:

Manufacturer: Intel Corp.

Version: CCSKLm5v.86A.0044.2016.0909.1600

Release Date: 09/09/2016

3. For the STCK1A32WFC:

System Information:

Manufacturer: Intel Corporation

Product Name: STCK1A32WFC

Version: H69761-103

Serial Number: ????????????

SKU Number:

Family: Compute Stick

UUID: ????????-????-????-????-????????????

OEM Strings:

String 1: To Be Filled By O.E.M.

Chassis Information:

Type: Desktop

Manufacturer: Intel Corporation

Version: 1.0

Serial Number: ????????????

Asset Tag:

Board Information:

Manufacturer: Intel Corporation

Product Name: STCK1A32WFC

Version: H67490-301

Serial Number: ????????????

BIOS Information:

Manufacturer: Intel Corp.

Version: FCBYT10H.86A.0032.2016.0831.1658

Release Date: 08/31/2016

4. For the STK1AW32SC:

System Information:

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Valued Contributor II
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So I guess you're saying that the thing to do in Windows would be:

wmic computersystem get SystemFamily

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Super User Retired Employee
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Hey man, I am a software developer! That way's way too easy! I have to write a tool that displays/checks the data myself. Haven't you heard of NIH?

Actually, I wrote this tool for Intel way back in 1996, long before WMI existed. Old habits die hard...

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Repeat%20Offender and N. Scott Pearson, thanks for your collaboration along this thread.

 

To: Coze

 

 

Hello Coze,

 

 

I would like to know if the information provided to you was able to solve your concern?

 

 

In case if you need further assistance do not hesitate to reply back.

 

 

I am looking forward to hearing from you.

 

 

Regards,

 

Angie.

 

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Beginner
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Yes, this works. Thank you all for the prompt and extremely helpful replies !

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