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© August 2004 Tony Lawrence
2004/08/23

Linux users can list their PCI devices with lspci (SCO users can use "hw -r pci" for a similar listing).

"setpci" is a little known companion that you may never need, but will be happy to know about if you ever do. This http://www-106.ibm.com/developerworks/library/l-hw2.html gives an example of using setpci to fix a lock-up problem.


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