Re: [PCI] building PCI IDs/drivers DB from Linux kernel sources
On Mon, 30 Jul 2001 11:33:19 +0200
"Thierry Laronde" <email@example.com> wrote:
> In order to allow a kind of light detection of hardware to be use during
> installation, I wanted to build a database (for PCI: I start with the
> easiest...) with the following format:
> CLASS_ID VENDOR_ID DEVICE_ID driver_name
> I have decided to write a script (you will find all the stuff attached)
> parsing the Linux kernel sources in order to do that.
> Note: The DB constructed is _not_ garanty to be bullet proof. For example,
> since this is only alpha tests, the class id are probably wrong for some
> devices. Comments absolutely welcomed.
I imported your db into gnumeric, sorted it to put the driver first,
converted it to html (and .csv).
A couple of possible problem entries
The comma in the following
53c7,8xx 256 4096 1
53c7,8xx 256 4096 2
53c7,8xx 256 4096 3
53c7,8xx 256 4096 4
and no number for device_id
saa9730 512 4401 PCI_DEVICE_ID_PHILIPS_SAA9730
pmc551 512 4528 PCI_DEVICE_ID_V3_SEMI_V370PDC
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