what's the isa equivelent for lspci

Adam Myrow amyrow at midsouth.rr.com
Fri Feb 18 07:28:44 EST 2005

IMHO, it's much easier to build ISA Plug 'N Play support into the kernel, 
or load it as a module, then to use the old ISAPNP tools.  For one thing, 
on my old computer, the ISAPNP tools couldn't properly configure my SB 
AWE64, but the kernel could.  No editing of files is required with the 
kernel code.  In  fact, I consider the ISAPNP tools to be obsolete since 
the kernel has supported ISA PNP from 2.4.X onwards.

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