lspci is a command that lists PCI devices and buses. It is helpful for determining what devices are connected and supported; the output of lspci is often requested for troubleshooting purposes.

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Video memory size should be 2 GB but shows less

I got this free pc with a terrible graphic card (memory = 128MB...) and I decided to buy a new one. I found out the Radeon HD 6450 was pretty good for the price (less than 40$ on the net) and since ...
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USB 3.0 USB PCI Card not working

I recently purchased the following USB 3.0 PCI card from Amazon: http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00RZJ6IBY I installed it, tested it in Windows and it worked flawlessly. I booted into Ubuntu ...
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PCIe card BAR regions ignored on Server 14.04.1 LTS

On my system, with Ubuntu Server 14.04.1 LTS installed, one of the PCIe boards in the system (06:00.0) is having it's memory regions ignored: Interrupt: pin A routed to IRQ 10 Region 0: Memory at ...
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The difference between lshw and lspci commands

I think it's a little confused issue but what's the difference the lshw and lspci commands ?
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Cardbus with Texas Instruments PCI1131 does not use various carddbus adapters [14.04LTS]

I'm about to use an old Dell Latitude CPi 300Xt fossil so I deployed a system with debootstrap on its HDD with debootstrap and put this into the machine. All worked well until I was about to start ...
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Will Ubuntu 14.04 provide driver for Rosewill RC-211 Silicon Image 2 port SATA II PCI Express Host Controller Card

Does anyone know if Ubuntu 14.04 provides drivers for this card (Newegg)? Will it work plug and play style? Background... Reusing a pc from 2006. The mobo SATA ports are bad so I am buying a SATA ...
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How to know what is the model of my wireless card? [duplicate]

I am looking for command line which tells me what is the model of my wireless card? For example if that is Atheors. The result should be atheros.
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14.04 won't see new network card

After installing 14.04 64 bit, if I add a new WIRED network card, the system will not see it. It is visible in lspci but it is not visible to linux. It will not show up in ifconfig. I have tried three ...
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PCIE USB 3.0 Controller not working

I am running Ubuntu 13.10 and just got a Sharkoon USB 3.0 PCI-E x1 Controller but can't get it to work. I tried lspci -v and can see the controller. What now? $ lspci -v 02:00.0 USB controller: ...
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lshw and lspci cannot find ethernet device

I have an ASUS H87M-PLUS motherboard. This board comes (according to manual) with a Realtek 8111G ethernet device. In the BIOS, the ethernet device is enabled. Yet, linux does not find a single ...
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ubuntu 12.04 and pinnacle firewire card

I am running Ubuntu 12.04 and have a Pinncale video capture card installed. I am attempting to download a movie from my DV camera. The card is seen by the system: > lspci 02:01.0 Multimedia ...
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Proof Identify stolen computer getting computer identification info from Launchpad bugs and comparing

I sold my old laptop to neighbours and it was stolen from them. Well i think i have found thief so i want to check his computer id and compare it to my old Launchpad bugs id. How in Launchpad i can ...
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WIFI problem - it says firmware missing - Ubuntu version 12.04 desktop [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How do I get a Broadcom BCM43XX working? The following is the output of lspci from a terminal: 00:00.0 Host bridge: NVIDIA Corporation MCP79 Host Bridge (rev b1) ...