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|Name: pciutils||Distribution: openSUSE Leap 15.0|
|Version: 3.5.6||Vendor: openSUSE|
|Release: lp150.1.1||Build date: Thu Apr 26 18:50:40 2018|
|Group: Hardware/Other||Build host: armbuild01|
|Size: 133542||Source RPM: pciutils-3.5.6-lp150.1.1.src.rpm|
|Summary: PCI utilities for the Linux Kernel|
lspci: This program displays detailed information about all PCI busses and devices in the system, replacing the original /proc/pci interface. setpci: This program allows reading from and writing to PCI device configuration registers. For example, you can adjust the latency timers with it. update-pciids: This program downloads the current version of the pci.ids file.
* Sun Nov 19 2017 email@example.com - Update to version 3.5.6 * MN VPD keyword is decoded correctly. * As usual, updated pci.ids to the current snapshot of the database. * FreeBSD back-end: read-only access for non-root, support DragonFly BSD, support extended config space. * Sat Nov 11 2017 firstname.lastname@example.org - Update to version 3.5.5 * Better decoding of AER capability. * "Slot Implemented" flag is decoded for PCI/PCI-X to PCIe bridges. * Minor fixes of decoding other capabilities. * As usual, updated pci.ids to the current snapshot of the database. - cleanup with spec-cleaner - switch from ftp to https - track signature * Mon Feb 27 2017 email@example.com - Update to version 3.5.4: * Previous version broke compilation on systems, for which lib/types.h did not provide a 64-bit integer type. It is provided everywhere now. - Changes for version 3.5.3: * When lspci looks for Linux kernel modules, it uses the default path to module directory provided by libkmod. Previously, it tried to construct the path explicitly, which need not work on all systems. * Improved formatting of memory and I/O ranges behind a bridge. * PCIe link capabilities now display GEN4 speed (16GT/s). * PCIe device capabilities now show bits related to atomic operations. - Changes for version 3.5.2: * The L1 power management capability is now decoded more thoroughly. Thanks to Rajat Jain for the patch. * The table of configuration registers used by setpci had a bug in the definition of SUBSYSTEM_VENDOR_ID. * Wed May 25 2016 firstname.lastname@example.org - Update to version 3.5.1: * Fixed symbol versioning of pci_init(). * Fri May 20 2016 email@example.com - Update to version 3.5.0: * New capabilities decoded: Downstream Port Containment, Precision Time Measurement. Thanks to Keith Busch and Jonathan Yong. * Domain numbers extended to 31 bits. This will be used by the Linux kernel on some machines in near future. * Enhanced allocation regions are now decoded on Linux. * The NetBSD back-end supports PCIe extended configuration space. * Updated pci.ids to the current snapshot of the database. * Fri Jan 08 2016 firstname.lastname@example.org - Version update to 3.4.1: * New capabilities decoded: Process Address Space, Page Request Interface, Enhanced Allocation. Thanks to David Daney and David Woodhouse. * DevCap SlotPowerLimit is now decoded for all components with upstream ports. * Sat Nov 21 2015 email@example.com - Summary update * Fri Nov 13 2015 firstname.lastname@example.org - Update to 3.4.0 * On Linux, we report NUMA nodes of devices. * The sysfs back-end does not die on read errors of optional attributes. Instead, a warning is produced. * Fixed several minor bugs. * Updated pci.ids to the current snapshot of the database. * Sun Sep 06 2015 email@example.com - Update to 3.3.1 * Removed hacks for backward compatibility with Linux libc5, which were breaking newer non-glibc Linux systems. Thanks to Felix Janda. * Display VirtIO vendor-specific capability. Patch by Gerd Hoffmann. * Fixed memory leak in name cache. * Updated pci.ids to the current snapshot of the database. * Tue Nov 18 2014 firstname.lastname@example.org - Version bump to 3.3.0: * Device names exported by BIOS are displayed on Linux. * On Linux systems, HWDB is used to look up device names when our ID database gives no match. (More precisely, HWDB is consulted after local pci.ids, but before using network to query online pci.ids.) Thanks to Tom Gundersen for the initial patch. * Added experimental back-end for OS X / Darwin. Thanks to Richard Yao for providing it. * Filters now support matching by device class. Original patch by Matthew Wilcox, wrappers for ABI compatibility by me. * Interrupt Pin and Interrupt Line registers are displayed for bridge devices, too. * Several portability bugs have been fixed. * Several typos have been fixed. Also, use of questionable constructs in man pages has been reduced. * PCIe link capabilities now include the ASPMOptComp bit. * The "CRS Software Visibility" bit is now decoded properly. * Updated pci.ids to the current snapshot of the database. - Refresh patch: * pciutils-endianh.patch * Mon Aug 18 2014 email@example.com - Add obsoletes/provides to baselibs.conf. * Tue May 13 2014 firstname.lastname@example.org - Remove COPYING from obs it is in tarball directly - Version bump to 3.2.1: * CardBus bridge capabilities are displayed. * PCIe L1 PM substates are decoded. * Various bugs were fixed in decoding of PCIe capabilities. * The sysfs back-end does not spit out unnecessary warnings when empty slots report only a partial device address. This actually happens on IBM pSeries. * Updated pci.ids to the today's snapshot of the database. - Cleanup with spec-cleaner * Tue Jul 30 2013 email@example.com - Update to 3.2.0 * On newer Linux systems, we use libkmod to look up kernel modules (modules.pcimap no longer exists.) To facilitate this, libpci is able to look up module aliases in sysfs. * Various minor bug fixes. * Updated pci.ids to the today's snapshot of the database. - Update to 3.1.10 * Decoding of LTR/OBFF in PCIe capabilities. * Various minor bug fixes. * Updated pci.ids to the today's snapshot of the database. - rebase patches - require libkmod * Mon Apr 15 2013 firstname.lastname@example.org - Add Source URL, see https://en.opensuse.org/SourceUrls * Mon Dec 31 2012 email@example.com - pciutils-endianh.patch Use the documented/optimized byteswapping routines from endian.h * Sun Mar 18 2012 firstname.lastname@example.org - Shared library policy: new subpackage libpci3 * Sun Jan 29 2012 email@example.com - Update to 3.1.9 * Whereever we mention the PCI ID database, we now refer to http://pci-ids.ucw.cz/ and the sf.net site is mentioned only as a mirror. This includes update-pciids. * Decode PCIe Gen 3 speeds and link status fields * various minor bug fixes * Updated pci.ids to the 2012-01-14 snapshot of the database - Update to 3.1.8 * More capabilities: Transaction Processing Hints, Latency Tolerance Reporting. Thanks to Jesse Barnes. * Added BeOS and Haiku ports. Contributed by Francois Revol. * pciutils.pc now uses Libs.private properly. * When we format a name and it does not fit in the buffer, we truncate it instead of returning "buffer too small" instead. This works on all platforms with sane (i.e., C99-compatible) snprintf(). * various minor bug fixes * Mon Nov 14 2011 firstname.lastname@example.org - open all file descriptors with O_CLOEXEC,specially important on libpci and calling apps may fork() and we end up leaking information to child processes. * Mon Mar 21 2011 email@example.com - licenses package is about to die * Mon Jun 28 2010 firstname.lastname@example.org - use %_smp_mflags * Sat Apr 24 2010 email@example.com - buildrequire pkg-config to fix provides * Thu Feb 25 2010 firstname.lastname@example.org - update to 3.1.7 * Minor improvements and bug fixes in decoding of the Virtual Channel capability. * Released as 3.1.6. * More capabilities decoded: Virtual Channel (except arbitration tables), Root Complex Link, Vendor-Specific (header only), SATA HBA. * All extended capabilities have their version displayed (-vv or more). * Mon Feb 01 2010 email@example.com - package baselibs.conf * Fri Jan 22 2010 firstname.lastname@example.org - update to 1.3.5 * Updated pci.ids to the today's snapshot of the database. * When scanning extended capabilities, properly mask the lowest 2 bits, which are currently reserved. This avoids unaligned access errors on broken hardware (see tests/broken-ecaps). * Large bar sizes are displayed in human-readable format (with units). * Physical slot information is displayed correctly for multi-function cards. * Fixed a couple of typos everywhere. * Library: Fixed bugs in freeing of capabilities. * Windows back-end compiles again. * Tue Dec 15 2009 email@example.com - enable parallel building * Thu Dec 10 2009 firstname.lastname@example.org - update to 3.1.4 * Updated pci.ids to the today's snapshot of the database. * Fixed memory and file descriptor leak in the dump back-end. * The SR-IOV capability decoder now prints the VF BAR's. * On request of certain company's lawyers, we now include a copy of the GPL with our package. It seems that the pciutils are getting mature if the most important bug of the month was this one ;-) * Tue Nov 03 2009 email@example.com - updated patches to apply with fuzz=0 * Fri Aug 14 2009 firstname.lastname@example.org - add COPYING file to fix (bnc#518238) - fix last patch * Mon Aug 10 2009 email@example.com - add fclose to dump_init (bnc#529469) * Mon Aug 03 2009 firstname.lastname@example.org - update to 3.1.3 * The VPD parser now reports unknown and vendor-defined items properly. It also stops on any item in unknown format, avoiding long output on bogus VPD data. * The MSI-X table size now matches the spec. * The Power Management capability now includes the soft reset bit. * Decoding of the Advanced Features capability has been added. * The whole package compiles on GNU/kFreeBSD again. * The procfs back-end is able to cope with /proc/bus/pci containing names with domains, which occur on sparc64 and possibly other architectures due to a kernel bug. * The sysfs back-end no longer complains when a slot address is missing, which happens with old versions of Linux fakephp. * The Device Serial Number capability is printed in the right byte order. * The MSI and MSI-X capabilities are printed in a prettier way. * The tree output mode (`lspci -t') shows domain numbers only at the root, which makes the output more compact. * Updated documentation on the bus mapping mode (`lspci -M').
/sbin/lspci /sbin/setpci /sbin/update-pciids /usr/share/doc/packages/pciutils /usr/share/doc/packages/pciutils/COPYING /usr/share/doc/packages/pciutils/README /usr/share/man/man7/pcilib.7.gz /usr/share/man/man8/lspci.8.gz /usr/share/man/man8/setpci.8.gz /usr/share/man/man8/update-pciids.8.gz
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