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SubjectRE: PCI question
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Marcin Dalecki [mailto:dalecki@dacotec.net] asked:
> Anybody out there with an idea where to get the information
> about the PCI slot numbers of the currently present devices
> inside the system (in esp the two ether cards?).

cat /proc/pci

It gives bus, device, and function numbers.

If instead you are wondering how to do it from kernel code, look in
/usr/src/linux/Documenation/pci.txt
for the documentation.

-Bret

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