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Help finding device...

On Wed, Feb 04, 2004 at 11:10:29AM -0500, Zack Cerza wrote:
> On Wed February 4 2004 11:02, Derek Martin wrote:
> > This is utter nonsense.  The kernel will not report hardware that it
> > has no drivers to handle, excepting the case of USB devices. 
> Huh? How come ALSA won't work with my Turtle Beach Santa Cruz
> (snd_cs46xx) but OSS will (cs46xx) and either way, lspci shows it?

Because the lspci command reads the information from the PCI bus
directly.  It does not ask the kernel what devices it knows about.
The information reported by dmesg comes from the kernel, not from the
PCI bus.

Derek D. Martin
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