I’m not going to argue this, but you are giving wrong suggestions based on wrong understandings, it’s clearly not related to any experience since it’s wrong.
Again, use EITHER -b/basic OR -F/full OR -v/verbosity!!! Don’t mix them, it’s silly and redundant and confusing for users. Note that by your reasoning, we also do it this way:
inxi --basic --full --verbosity 7 --filter --no-host --width
in that case, -full overrides --basic, --verbosity 7 overrides --full, and --filter implies --no-host. The reason that manjaro itsel asked for -z to trip --no-host was specifically to include in filter the host name exclusion, that is, excluding hostname is a feature of filter, not an additional filter added,
It may appear to be more understandable by postiing nonsensical redundant lists of arguments to you, and I can’t stop you promoting this nonsense, but please don’t’ pretend it has any rational basis is reality, it just means you don’t understand how to use inxi, that’s all, and insist on sharing your confusion over and over.
Using such silly redundant forms won’t of course give ‘wrong’ results, they cancel each other out, but it does give users a totally wrong idea.
Given this appears to be some obsession you’ve generated however, I clearly can’t get you to stop this silly stuff, but I would like other users to be aware that it’s just a pointless waste of typing.
I’ll give up on this now since this isn’t about rationality or actual understanding of how to use inxi, it’s just some fixed idea you’ve developed and won’t let go of, even when the developer tells you are doing it wrong.
For other users, again, don’t waste your typing, for almost all common inxi options, there are short forms which can be combined into convenient easy to type strings, like:
and so on. You really don’t become more L33T by typing a lot of redendant arguments in long form.
So I’ll give up on this one, lol, have fun with endless pointless typing…
and do add --width if you must have all these add, so at least we can read the output in reasonable format, or -y.
This is too silly to spend more time on, I thought I’d try reason, but that appears to be a waste of time, so I guess do whatever you want, lol…
and now I have to move on to more real things, but people, please, don’t listen to the verbose redundant suggestions offered here, and elsewhere by this confused person, read the -h menu, pick what you think will be right for your case, and use it, inxi is supposed to be fast and easy to use, not convoluted and confusing.