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SubjectRe: Virtual to physical address mapping

That info will be in /proc/pci


On 18 Sep 2002, Ole André Vadla Ravnås wrote:

> Hi
>
> I've noticed that ifconfig shows a base address and an interrupt
> number.. However, I can't get that base address to correspond to
> anything in /proc/iomem, which means that I can't determine which PCI
> device (in this case) it corresponds to (guess the base address is
> virtual). What I want is to find a way to get the PCI bus and device no
> for the network device, but is this at all possible without altering the
> kernel?
>
> Ole André
>
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