Installation of PCI Utilities
Install PCI Utilities by running
the following commands:
sed -i 's/null ;/null 2>\&1 ;/' update-pciids.sh &&
This package does not come with a test suite.
Now, as the
make PREFIX=/usr install
Some packages require the PCI static library. To install the
library and headers, issue the following commands as the
install -v -m 755 -d /usr/include/pci &&
install -v -m 644 lib/libpci.a /usr/lib &&
install -v -m 644 lib/*.h /usr/include/pci
sed -i 's/null ;/null 2>\&1
;/' update-pciids.sh: This command suppresses some
unneeded screen output from the update-pciids command if you
don't have either Lynx,
Wget, or Curl installed by redirecting the stderr
output of the embedded which command to
Configuring PCI Utilities
pci.ids data file is constantly
being updated. To get a current version of this file, run
update-pciids as the
root user. This program requires
the which-2.19 script or program to
find cURL-7.16.3, Wget-1.10.2 or
Lynx-2.8.6rel.5 which are used to download
the most current file, and then replace the existing file in
You may wish to add an entry to
root's (or any other user who has write
/usr/share) crontab to
automatically update the
lspci, setpci and update-pciids
is a utility for displaying information about all PCI
buses in the system and all devices connected to them.
is a utility for querying and configuring PCI devices.
fetches the current version of the PCI ID list. Requires
cURL-7.16.3, Wget-1.10.2 or Lynx-2.8.6rel.5.
is the static library that allows applications to access
the PCI subsystem.
Last updated on 2008-03-12 11:05:41 -0500