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SubjectRe: VIA/PDC/Athlon
Pavel Roskin wrote:
>
> Hello, Zilvinas!
>
> There are utilities that work with PnP BIOS. They are included with
> pcmcia-cs (which is weird - it should be a separate package) and called
> "lspci" and "setpci". They depend on PnP BIOS support in the kernel
> (CONFIG_PNPBIOS).
>
> Dumping your PnP BIOS configuration and checking whether it has changed
> after booting to Windows would be more reasonable than checking your PCI
> configuration (IMHO).

Ehm, "lspci" and "setpci" is part of the pci-utils package (at least on RedHat)
and is used to dump/modify PCI configuration space (/proc/bus/pci). If you know
how to use these tools to dump PNP bios, please tell us.

Regards
--
Steffen Persvold Systems Engineer
Email : mailto:sp@scali.no Scali AS (http://www.scali.com)
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