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    SubjectRe: /proc/pci unknown devices
    Dan Hollis wrote:
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    > On Tue, 26 Oct 1999, Keith Duthie wrote:
    > > This isn't very important, but in kernel 2.2.13 my motherboard's host
    > > bridge and pci bridge, and my graphics card are listed as unknown devices.
    > > The graphics card is a 16M Matrox G400 (the label on the antistatic bag
    > > says "G4+MA16G"), and the pci bridge is, according to the manual, a "Intel
    > > 82443BX".
    > > I've included /proc/pci below, since it will hopefully include all other
    > > appropriate data.
    >
    > /proc/pci is going away. Try lspci instead.

    Are you sure? After a patch in the 2.3.x series, /proc/pci was made
    non-optional.

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