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SMBus/I2C on a PCIe Bus

Disclaimer, I am far, very far, from a CentOS/Linux expert and I have been having a difficult time finding any of this out on my own, using Google fu. I am working on a product that goes into a PCIe ...
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Can the linux kernel enumerate pcie devices beyond what the bios can?

I am trying to build a large system using multiple pcie backplanes. The system bios has a limit on how many devices can be enumerated. Is it possible to force the linux kernel to manage the pcie ...
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Unable to find PCIe wifi card using PCIie - usb - cPCI adapter

I have a PCIe wifi card connected via a PCIe-cPCI adapter. Reading lspci output, it seems that the card is not connected at all, and I really cannot figure out where the problem is. Plus, I do not ...
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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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Serial PCIE not detected?

I have a "Moschip PCIe 9922 Multi-I/O Controller" 2x serial PCI-E card that I'm trying to get working on Ubuntu 13.04. lspci shows the controllers fine, but "dmesg | grep tty" isn't showing them. $ ...
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Determine PCIe device NUMA node

Assuming fairly recent Linux OS, is there an easy way to determine to which NUMA node the PCIe slot, where a device is plugged in, belongs?
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How can I get multiple SYBA SI-PEX40057 (Marvell 88SE9230-based) SATA cards to play nice?

I've built a storage server using: Supermicro X9SCM-F motherboard Three Syba SI-PEX40057 PCIe SATA cards Ubuntu Server 12.04 LTS All twelve ports on the cards are populated with storage drives, as ...
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Adding eSATA PCI Express card

I've tried to add a PCI Express card to be able to plug eSATA hard drives to my home server (running Proxmox). Everything is plugged but I'm stuck. Is there any thing to do to setup the PCI card ? ...
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Do Express Card to USB3.0 adapters work?

I have "Express Card USB 3.0 adapter" like this (it's in polish so I add to it Google translation, forgive that) ...
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782 views

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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Is it possible to power off a PCIe video card/slot? (eg. hot-plug)

I'm looking at building a system that supports VT-d so I can pass through a high powered loud video card to a Xen/KVM/whatever VM (host will be Linux based). However, when I'm not using the VM I want ...
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How to Reset a mini-PCIe Card without Rebooting (Linux)

First, some context. Fed up with my old netbook stuttering with 720p videos and flash content all the time, I decided to look around for a solution. Finally I decided on CrystalHD, a video decoder ...
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Sim card reader + Linux +MC8705

I am looking at using the PCI-E MC8705 from Sierra Wireless in FIT-PC2. The MC8705 does not have a sim card slot, but rather expects there to be a USIM card interface. Are there linux drivers for ...
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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 PCIe Physical Bus Address

I am working on designing a custom PCI-Express card. I am trying to write a kernel module that will DMA my custom card. Right now when I plug the card into Linux no valid PCI device shows up ...
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How to check whether my PC supports PCI Express

I'm trying to figure out whether my system supports PCI Express without opening up the box. lspci doesn't mention "Express" or "PCI-e" anywhere, but dmesg reports that a "PCI Express Hot Plug ...