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Bug#94315: marked as done (general: cat uses obsolete /proc/pci interface)

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Just in case someone didn't know, cat is using that obsolete
/proc/pci interface (or so /var/log/messages said)

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From: Carlos Laviola <claviola@ajato.com.br>
To: Gordon Haverland <ghaverla@materialisations.com>,
Subject: RE: Bug#94315: general: cat uses obsolete /proc/pci interface
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On 18-Apr-2001 Gordon Haverland wrote:
> Just in case someone didn't know, cat is using that obsolete
> /proc/pci interface (or so /var/log/messages said)

Ok, but cat doesn't work by itself. You know, there is a program calling it.
You've got to find out what program is that, and file a bug against it, not
against 'general', please. Besides, I don't think the fact that a program uses
/proc/pci is a reason for a bug, unless we're in 2020 and /proc/pci has
been effectively thrown away.

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