hwinfo package to detect hw info.
[dotfiles] / bootstrap_server.sh
index 738f652..5181d16 100644 (file)
@@ -8,7 +8,7 @@ apt-get update
 
 # declare an array variable
 # access: echo "${arr[0]}", "${arr[1]}"
-declare -a pkgs=("redis-server" "emacs24-nox" "tmux" "git" "git-core" "python3" "python3-doc" "python3-dev" "python-setuptools" "uwsgi-plugin-python" "postgresql-contrib" "postgresql" "libpq-dev" "libjpeg-dev" "zlib1g-dev" "libpng12-dev" "udisks" "gcc" "make" "build-essential" "fail2ban" "rkhunter" "chkrootkit" "ntp", "nginx-full" "apache2-utils" "fabric" "supervisor" "devscripts" "python-stdeb")
+declare -a pkgs=("redis-server" "emacs24-nox" "tmux" "git" "git-core" "python3" "python3-doc" "python3-dev" "python-setuptools" "uwsgi-plugin-python" "postgresql-contrib" "postgresql" "libpq-dev" "libjpeg-dev" "zlib1g-dev" "libpng12-dev" "udisks" "hwinfo" "gcc" "make" "build-essential" "fail2ban" "rkhunter" "chkrootkit" "ntp", "nginx-full" "apache2-utils" "fabric" "supervisor" "devscripts" "python-stdeb")
 
 ## now loop through the above array
 for i in "${pkgs[@]}"