ward at gnu.org
Wed May 23 00:05:11 CEST 2007
On Tue, May 22, 2007 at 05:42:55PM -0400, Corey Osgood wrote:
> Ward Vandewege wrote:
> > On Tue, May 22, 2007 at 01:37:25PM -0700, yhlu wrote:
> >> On 5/22/07, Ward Vandewege <ward at gnu.org> wrote:
> >>> The Gigabyte vendor id is 0x1458; how can I find out what
> >>> MAINBOARD_PCI_SUBSYSTEM_DEVICE_ID should be set to for this board?
> >> boot into linux with Normal BIOS. (---sorry to say that words. someone
> >> doesn't think that is normal and standard).
> > OK :)
> >> then lspci -vvxxx
> >> some device could have subsystem id...
> > Yeah, that was my first thought too. I've been looking; the output is
> > attached. I can't really tell which of those devices has the device id I
> > should choose. Which one do you think it is?
> 20: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 58 14 01 50
Uhm - yes, but those are the device ids for each pci device, which are also
listed in the 'Subsytem' line. I was under the impression that the
MAINBOARD_PCI_SUBSYSTEM_DEVICE_ID setting was a device ID for the whole
motherboard - is that correct? If not, what does that setting mean?
I see that for some other boards it is set to something that makes sense for
the whole board - the Tyan s2881 for instance has 2881 as the device id.
Ward Vandewege <ward at fsf.org>
Free Software Foundation - Senior System Administrator
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