List PCI device with class and vendor/device IDs

for device in /sys/bus/pci/devices/*; do echo "$(basename ${device} | cut -c '6-') $(cut -c '3-6' ${device}/class): $(cut -c '3-' ${device}/vendor):$(cut -c '3-' ${device}/device)"; done
This is a quick replacement for lspci if you need to know what's in a given system but pciutils is not installed. You then need something that can look up the IDs from pci.ids if you want the verbose output.
Sample Output
00:00.0 0600: 8086:d132
00:03.0 0604: 8086:d138
00:08.0 0880: 8086:d155
00:08.1 0880: 8086:d156
00:08.2 0880: 8086:d157
00:08.3 0880: 8086:d158

By: Flameeyes
2012-04-13 03:26:02

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