list your device drivers

lspci -vv
great for running off a bootable cd to identify hardware other os's can't detect

By: kumara
2009-02-05 13:01:41

What Others Think

on plan9 : cat /dev/drivers
maht · 693 weeks and 2 days ago
and you're listing your devices on the PCI bus, not the drivers
maht · 693 weeks and 2 days ago
I like the tree view from lspci -tv But -vv is definitely useful when you're looking for low-level information.
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Any thoughts on this command? Does it work on your machine? Can you do the same thing with only 14 characters?

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