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How to Cycle Power to a PCI Device with setpci
If I have my vendor and device ID of a PCIe card, how can I cycle power to that card using setpci? eg: setpci -d 118d:3000 _________ I'm comfortable with Ubuntu, but I'm no expert by far so please ...
Apr 27 '13 at 23:04
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