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I have written one program in c language which list out all pci devices using /sys/bus/pci but there is one problem for /sys. This directory does not exist in Redhat ...
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- 11-20-2006 #1
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- Aug 2006
Pci device listing
but there is one problem for /sys. This directory does not exist in Redhat 9. My program works well on FC5 & FC5. Can any body give me hint from where i can find the pci list.
I know that i can get it from /proc but i don't want to use /proc.
Any Good Suggestion will be apreaciated.
- 11-20-2006 #2
/sys doesn't exist in RH9 because it uses a 2.4 kernel, which has a different driver model (/sys exists only in the 2.6 kernel series). There's the "lspci" command (comes with any distro, no matter what kernel versions), so I guess you could use its output. Or you could just only use it on 2.6 kernels (they're very common now, been around since 2003).I have sold my soul to the penguin
- 11-22-2006 #3
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- arch linux
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