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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How to get the physical PCI Passthrough device ID from Ubuntu VM

The Ubuntu VM is connected with two PCI device. And lspci is providing me vendor id, sub vendor id, device id etc. But these values are same for both PCI driver. I want to differentiate them based ...
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Ubuntu lspci Video memory problem amd 5830

Hi I want to know how to know to fix it. my specs ubuntu 14.04.3, 3gb ram, core 2 duo e8400, amd radeon 5830 xtreme 1gb (with privative driver). the system don't use all the virtual memory, y put on ...
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“In use” in Additional Drivers, but not actually used?

I'm using Ubuntu 15.10. I'm attempting to use the proprietary NVIDIA drivers for my video card. I've gone through the Additional Drivers and selected the appropriate version, then clicked the "Apply ...
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Ubuntu PCI Passtrough Virtual Box - Locked Machine

I am using virtual box with the Ubuntu 14.04 image on a Ubuntu 14.04 machine to test if my "PCI carrier card" is getting recognized by the VM. After entering "lspci" on the VM I noticed that the PCI ...
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PCI GPUs have the same device ids. Why?

I've got two R9 280's installed in my system. In Ubuntu when I run lspci -nn both the cards have the same device id. Example Output: 01:00.0 Example GPU 1 [8080:aa68] 04:00.0 Example GPU 2 ...
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Internal Lan does not get reported by lspci / dmesg / etc

I have an Asus P8H61-MX USB3 motherboard which is supposed to have a Realtek® 8111F-VB-CG, 1 x Gigabit LAN Controller according to the specs. Unfortunately the internal LAN seems to not get found with ...
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PCIe Network card not detected by Ubuntu

My TP-Link TL-WDN4800 wireless network adapter is not recognized by my Ubuntu system. I've run lspci in the terminal, but my results are as such: 00:00.0 Host bridge: Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. ...
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Check if my laptop has built-in microphone

How can I check if my laptop has built-in microphone ? I have ubuntu 12.04 installed
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iwconfig and ifconfig don't show wlan0, can't connect to wifi [duplicate]

iwconfig and ifconfig only list eth0 and lo. The network card is listed in lspci, however. How can I get my wifi back? Output from lspci -nn | grep 280: 02:00.0 Network controller [0280]: Realtek ...
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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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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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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) ...