Saturday, July 7, 2007

lspci - list all PCI devices

troubled over a pci device? worry not, there is a simble but verbose way to see all your pci devices and further check if they are properly detected, incase they are not yet commercially supported by redhat. here are simple commands for it:


#lspci -v

in case you were trying to reach and get support from hardware or commercial sites, these could be really useful if they have these info. i had an experience with HP engineers regarding my PCI slot not working and they require me to send these details one time.

it is the same command doing

# cat /proc/bus/pci/devices

but in a more human readable fashion. some linux commands are really simple but comes in handy when you really needed one.



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