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  1. Use "su -" to become root first (the dash is...

    Use "su -" to become root first (the dash is important), or type
    /sbin/lspci
  2. In fact, the two dashes at the end may prevent...

    In fact, the two dashes at the end may prevent the kernel from getting that option. At least, that's the way it works on my system -- I have to use noapic without the dashes.
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