Linux programming position

Dennis devel at
Wed Sep 21 15:55:07 MDT 2005

> I don't think thats the point.  The fact is AFAIK know school teaches
> hardware detection, except the school of hard knocks, and cheap
> chinese knock off components.  The fact is if you've ever tried to get
> obscure unsupported hardware going, you probably have experience with
> hardware detection.
> And when it comes down to it, lspci is usually all you need to know ;)

I was thinking more along the lines of doing that programatically.  ie:
device drivers/hot plug/cold plug/ etc.  (Been staring at the command
line to long today :)

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