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Re: Figuring out the PCI id of a device.



Someone gave me privatly the answer; lspci -n. Good example of RTFM. :)

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Hans Deragon
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Hans Deragon wrote:
Greetings.


I am trying to figure out the PCI device id for a network card I have on one of the machines. This is to add an entry in initrd/modules/pcitables on a kickstart disc (an id like 14e4:165e). "cat /proc/pci" and "lspci -vv" does not return a PCI id (see below for output). Does anybody knows a reliable way to fetch the PCI id?



Best regards, Hans Deragon -- Consultant en informatique/Software Consultant Deragon Informatique inc. Open source: http://www.deragon.biz http://autopoweroff.sourceforge.net mailto://hans deragon biz (Automatically poweroff home servers)




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