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hi! im trying to install vmware on a guest mdk10.1 host windows 2003. when trying to run vmware-tools, the config asks for the location of "lspci". where is this file? ...
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    lspci: where is it?


    hi!

    im trying to install vmware on a guest mdk10.1 host windows 2003.

    when trying to run vmware-tools, the config asks for the location of "lspci". where is this file? i cant find one in my system.


    thank you!

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    Code:
    root@c0ma:~# which lspci
    /sbin/lspci
    That comes in the "lspci" package, if you don't have it you can install it from here.
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    hi!

    i installed from the cd. but still cant find "lspci". it may have different name with mdk10.1?

    thansk!

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    become root, then run lspci, i.e execute the following:
    Code:
    su -
    <enter root pass>
    lspci
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    thank you guys!!!

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