'detect' can be used in any program that needs hardware detection features such as configuration tools, installation programs, etc. You can use it to detect sound cards, CPUs, networking devices, webcams, joysticks, etc. It scans the IDE, PCI, ISA, USB, and SCSI busses to find hardware.
released on 13 May 2005
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|GPLv2orlater||Janet Casey||13 May 2005|
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