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Bug#94315: general: cat uses obsolete /proc/pci interface

On Tue, Apr 17, 2001 at 10:04:42PM -0600, Gordon Haverland wrote:
> Package: general
> Version: 20010418
> Severity: wishlist
> Just in case someone didn't know, cat is using that obsolete
> /proc/pci interface (or so /var/log/messages said)

I guess this is a script on your computer reading /proc/pci. We have to
detect if this is a shell script from debian, or from you.

Can you run "grep -l /proc/pci /sbin/* /usr/sbin/* /bin/* /usr/bin/* /usr/local/bin/* /usr/local/sbin/* | xargs file | grep -v ELF"

on my system it reports only a perl script which is actually looking for the
old and new interface:

/usr/local/sbin/sensors-detect: perl script text executable
/usr/sbin/sensors-detect:       perl script text executable

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