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- lsusb: Information on USB devices
- lspci: Information on PCI devices
- dmesg: Kernel messages
- uname -a: Current running kernel
- /var/log/Xorg.0.log: X server errors, for example when you don't get a display on boot
- /var/log/messages: Kernel and more common errors
- ~/.xsession-errors or journalctl _UID=…: User session errors (~/.xsession_errors isn’t used in Fedora 19 GNOME or later; use journalctl with your user ID, as reported by id—and yes, that is an underscore!)
- /var/log/pm-suspend.log: Suspend/resume logs
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