The CPU, Caches, Mainboard sections, do correctly show most of the information.
The Benchmark section does work, but has a flaw.
What does not
First of all when 2 CPU's are intalled the Core and Thread count of each is wrong.
I have dual socket system, with 2x 24 Core/48 Thread CPU's.
These CPU's are recognized as one CPU with 64 Threads and one with 32 Threads.
This is also affecting the benchmark, due to the fact that only 64 Threads are utilised.
Someone, commiting to Wine, must have set a 64Core limit - this seems to be quite short-sighted, especially in light of recent high-core count CPUs.
The Memory, SPD and Graphics sections are unavailable.
What was not tested
|Operating system||Test date||Wine version||Installs?||Runs?||Used|
|Show||Debian 10.x "Buster"||Dec 03 2020||5.22||N/A||Yes||No||Silver||TestingTigerwolf|
|Current||Arch Linux||Apr 20 2019||4.6-staging||Yes||Yes||No||Silver||Roman Stingler|
|Show||Ubuntu 17.10 "Artful" amd64 (+variants like Kubuntu)||Nov 11 2017||2.20-staging||Yes||Yes||No||Bronze||vsteel|
|Show||openSUSE Tumbleweed (rolling release)||May 10 2017||2.7||Yes||Yes||Bronze||Hunter Nightblood|
|Show||CentOS 6.6||May 25 2015||1.7.43||Yes||Yes||Bronze||Artem S. Tashkinov|
Run the program in Win95, 98 or ME mode and it will work and show basic information.
This stuff won't get fixed in near future due to kernel drivers with direct hardware access.
See bugs.winehq.org/show_bug.cgi?id=7876 for some patches to play with.
Though no useful information is returned due to restricted API/instruction usage.
Thanks to Anastasius Focht for this.