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SubjectRe: how to list pci devices from userpace? anything better than /proc/bus/pci/devices?
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On Wed, 2002-11-27 at 21:41, Richard B. Johnson wrote:
> Red Hat distributions after 7.0 provide `lspci`. You still have
> to parse ASCII. FYI, it's not hard to write a 'C' program
> that directly accessed the PCI bus from its ports at 0xCF8 (index)
> and 0xCFC (data). You need to do 32-bit port accesses and you
> can set iopl(3) from user-space.

That wont work portably. lspci comes with a pci access library that uses
the kernel interfaces and does the job correctly

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