Friends,

Is there a command in Linux that one can use to identify the socket type the processor uses in a PC? I tried the following commands, but did not get the desired result. Thanks.

My processor is Intel Core i3-3220 and it is socket FCLGA1155.

https://ark.intel.com/products/65693...Cache-3_30-GHz

Code:
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[root@localhost john]# inxi 
CPU~Dual core Intel Core i3-3220 (-HT-MCP-) speed/max~3292/3300 MHz Kernel~4.13.5-100.fc25.i686+PAE i686 Up~7 min Mem~778.2/3930.3MB HDD~500.1GB(50.1% used) Procs~210 Client~Shell inxi~2.3.40  
[root@localhost john]# inxi |grep -i socket
[root@localhost john]# 
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[root@localhost john]# dmidecode |grep -i socket
BIOS ROM is socketed
Socket Designation: CPU Internal L1
Configuration: Enabled, Not Socketed, Level 1
Socket Designation: CPU Internal L2
Configuration: Enabled, Not Socketed, Level 2
Socket Designation: CPU Internal L3
Configuration: Enabled, Not Socketed, Level 3
Socket Designation: Intel(R) Core(TM) i3-3220 CPU @ 3.30GHz
[root@localhost john]# history |grep -i socket
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[root@localhost john]# cpuid |grep -i socket
[root@localhost john]# 
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[root@localhost john]# cat /proc/cpuinfo |grep -i socket
[root@localhost john]# 
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[root@localhost john]# lscpu|grep -i socket
Core(s) per socket:    2
Socket(s):             1
[root@localhost john]# 
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[root@localhost john]# lshw|grep -i socket
capabilities: pci upgrade shadowing cdboot bootselect socketedrom edd int13floppy1200 int13floppy720 int13floppy2880 int5printscreen int9keyboard int14serial int17printer acpi usb biosbootspecification uefi
[root@localhost john]# 
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[root@localhost john]# inxi -Fx|grep -i socket
[root@localhost john]# 
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