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Discussion started by: slak0
How do I find any available PCI slots on a v440?
When I run prtconf, I get the following output? But I am not able to make out whether all the PCI slots are used.
================================= IO Devices =================================
Brd Type MHz Slot ... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: jtamminen
For a project that I'm working on I want to write a low level PCI driver, but I can't seem to find any free/cheap documentation on PCI firmware specifications. I came across the "pci firmware specification 3.0" manual but this costs USD $1000 :eek:. I am not developing a commercial product... (13 Replies)
Discussion started by: neur0n
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Is there an easy way to setup a cross-over cable (USB-USB) between a linux box and a windows PC? My 2 machines are next to each other but I really do not want to keep transfering my files using my USB drive.
Thanks! (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: Xterra
I installed PCI Card HP SC44Ge - SAS1068E
on my linux CentOS 5.4
is there a way to find out if the PCI is properly installed and recognized by linux.
lspci is enough?
just to add that PCI card is connected to a tape...
also how can I find out driver and firmware version?
thanks a... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: karlochacon
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platform: sunblade 100
When running a test-all from the ok prompt on this new (to me) system, it locks up at pci@1f,0/usb/c,3. It's been there for about 25 minutes.
I do have a usb keyboard and mouse attached, both are known good. There is no flash stick/ thumb drive... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: montana77
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im having a problem installing my pci wireless card. Im using knoppix, but my problem is with the mobo i think. im using an older laptop, toshiba satellite 2540 and when i plug in the card i get lights on sometimes. this means its getting power right. so then to install the card into the... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: jestra
How do I get the PCI ID for my Realtek adapter?
It's a Solaris x86 installation. (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: kuultak
I just wanted to know what network cards are supported in FreeBSD. I have looked at the list of supported cards but I can't find any of them in the stores. Is the list not updated, I would really preciate info about where (in EU, Sweden) I can buy them.
/Peter (2 Replies)
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