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    SubjectRE: firmware separation filesystem (fwfs)
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    On Mer, 2003-04-16 at 17:57, Riley Williams wrote:
    > I know that PCI uses a 32-bit number (or two 16-bit numbers if one
    > prefers to think of it that way) to identify each piece of equipment.
    > Is there a similar number for USB, Firewire, etc?

    Yes but these often don't tell you the firmware you need. The firmware
    querying is often rather more device specific .

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