erwan at seanodes
Aug 24, 2007, 4:37 AM
Post #2 of 2
Erwan Velu wrote:
> I started a COM32 module for displaying the hardware ressources we can
> detect in syslinux.
> I'm using the PCI COM32 module to detect the PCI devices, the CPUID
> COM32 module for the processor, and the DMI COM32 module to find the
> other information (motherboard, system, cpu,..).
> About the PCI devices, I'm using the "pci.ids" file from the pciutils
> package to display the vendor and product name.
> Then I thought that displaying the Linux kernel modules associated to
> the PCI devices could be usefull. I'm using the "modules.pcimap" file
> from the Linux kernel to display them.
> If some of you wants to try it :
> Then add both "pci.ids" and "modules.pcimap" in the root directory of
> your tftp server.
> I really like having some reports and ideas.
I saw some of you downloaded it, what's your feeling about such tool ?
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