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dumpcis - PC Card and Cardbus (PCMCIA) CIS display tool



      dumpcis - PC Card and Cardbus (PCMCIA) CIS display tool


      dumpcis file ...


      The dumpcis utility translates a raw CIS stream into human readable form.
      cardbus(4), cbb(4), pccard(4)


      The original version was written by Warner Losh 〈〉.


Based on BSD UNIX
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