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Bug#255263: How to run lspci on a newly installed system?

Christian Perrier wrote:
> That's an interesting problem. Most often, people coming with new
> hardware we need lspci output for have another Linux distribution
> installed on it, so running lspci is not a big problem.
> In your case, this is more tricky and I have no idea by myself.
> Mabe someon in debian-boot will have a suggestion. This is why I
> change the subject, just to get people attention.

I'd suggest knoppix. However, just cat /proc/pci actually includes all
the info that's in lspci, so you can use that in a pinch. For lspci -n
(which we also need), you can cat /proc/bus/pci/devices.

see shy jo

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