GNU/Linux Command – LSPCI

lspci — List all PCI device information.
 
Summary:
 
lspci is a utility for displaying information about all PCI buses in the system and all devices connected to them.
 
Examples:
$ lspci -- List all PCI device details in short form.  $ lspci -v -- List all PCI device details in long form.  $ lspci -vv -- List all PCI device details in very verbose form.  $ lspci -vb -- Show PCI device connection in Tree form.  $ lspci -n -- Show details in raw form like vendor & device code.  $ lscpi -d 8086: -- Show only Intel's PCI devices.  $ lspci -m -- Show the details in more readable form.  $ lspci -x -- Show initial PCI configuration details in HEX.  # lspci -xxx -- Show whole PCI configuration details in HEX.
Read: man lspci

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