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NAME

       lspnp - list Plug and Play BIOS device nodes and resources

SYNOPSIS

       lspnp [-b] [-v[v]] [device ...]

DESCRIPTION

       This utility presents a formatted interpretation of the contents of the
       /proc/bus/pnp tree.  Its default output is a  list  of  Plug  and  Play
       device  node  numbers,  product identifiers, and descriptions.  Verbose
       output  (-v)  includes  resource   allocations   (IO   ports,   memory,
       interrupts,  and  DMA  channels)  for each device.  Very verbose output
       (-vv) includes  lists  of  possible  resources,  various  configuration
       flags, and product identifiers for compatible devices.

       The  output  can  be  limited  to  one or more specific device nodes by
       specifying their two-digit hex node numbers on the  command  line.   By
       default,   current   (dynamic)   device  configuration  information  is
       displayed; with the -b  option,  the  boot  (static)  configuration  is
       shown.

OPTIONS

       -b     Boot mode: read device resource information that will be used at
              next boot (as opposed to current resource info).

       -v     Selects more verbose output.  Can be used more than once.

FILES

       /usr/share/misc/pnp.ids     A database of known Plug  and  Play  device
                                   ID’s.

       /proc/bus/pnp/...           The kernel interface for Plug and Play BIOS
                                   device services.

AUTHORS

       David Hinds - dahinds@users.sourceforge.net

SEE ALSO

       setpnp(8)