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PCI configuration method error (Linux Kernel)

(I'm not sure if here is the best place for that question, so I will be pleased if anyone suggests me a more proper forum for that.) I'm trying to install Ubuntu 12.04.4 in a netbook (from an usb), ...
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Are there any human-readable PCI slot management utilities for CentOS / Linux?

I'm looking for a method to determine, in a human-readable way, what kind of PCI device is in which slot on a computer running Linux or a derivative. lspci is somewhat cryptic and impenetrable, and ...
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Can I find out if PCI-e slot is 1.0, 2.0 or 3.0 in linux terminal?

I'm going to purchase a GPU which is for PCI-e 3.0. But since I don't know what PCI-e slot it is in my computer I need to find it out somehow. Is it possible to find it from the terminal in linux?
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How to find out PCI devices in Debian without pciutils?

I tried to update a Server running Debian Etch but something went wrong while updating the kernel, so we decided to reinstall Debian via CD. Before doing that, I have to find out which drivers are ...
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unable to set value of latency_timer register of PCI configuration space

I'm using a Linux machine. I am trying to set latency timer value of my Intel PCI card using following command sudo setpci -d '8086:0100' latency_timer=01 But when I read the value of this register ...
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In the output of lspci -vv, what do the Region lines mean?

I have the following output from running lspci -vv -s 00:00 on my single board computer running Linux. 07:05.0 RAID bus controller: Adaptec AAC-RAID (Rocket) (rev 03) Subsystem: Adaptec ...
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Detect PCI vs. PCI-E

I have remote access to a computer, and I need to find out what kind of expansion slots is has, if they are PCI, or PCI-E, or something else. How can I do this from a shell? What commands are there ...
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How can I tell Windows or Linux to put a specific (PCI[e]) device into sleep/off (D3) state?

How can I tell Windows or Linux to power a specific device (e.g. USB controller, network card, video card) down, that is put it in the D3 state? From the very little I know about ACPI and such, the ...
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What do the different /proc/bus/pci/0x directories represent?

What do the different /proc/bus/pci/0x directories represent? Do they represent the different PCI/PCI-E sockets on a board? If I have one mini pci and 2 PCI-E sockets on my board, should I be seeing ...
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Linux: Reading a specific device register

In order to control my backlight, I need to do the following: sudo setpci -s 00:02.1 F4.B=x This could be read as: For the PCI device with the ID 00:02.1, set the register F4 (byte only) to x. To ...