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Tue Apr 21 13:04:56 UTC 2009
Kaushal Shriyan wrote:
> On Tue, Apr 21, 2009 at 5:07 PM, Ingo Flaschberger <if at xip.at> wrote:
>> Dear Kaushal,
>> I have two lan cards em0 and rl0 on my system. is there a way to know on
>>> freebsd which is onboard or pci card ?. The issue is my system is located
>>> remote location.
>> perhaps lspci -v helps.
>> or something like dmidecode (at linux, does not know the freebsd name),
>> then you can readout the mb-name.
>> Kind regards,
>> Ingo Flaschberger
> Hi Ingo
> I did pciconf -lv and ran dmidecode. I could not figure it out which one was
> onboard or pci ?
> Do you want me to paste the output of that commands
> Please suggest
> Thanks and Regards
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It is possible to find you the manufacturer of the motherboard? If yes,
it would be easy to know which is onboard and which is on PCI since are
different network chipsets.
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