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    Talking Pci device listing

    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 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.

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    Linux Newbie burntfuse's Avatar
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    Nov 2006
    Laurel, MD
    /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).
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    arch linux
    Please stop posting the same thread in multiple forums. You can continue your discussion here:

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