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pnpinfo - reports information about Plug-n-Play ISA devices

 

NAME

      pnpinfo - reports information about Plug-n-Play ISA devices
 

SYNOPSIS

      pnpinfo
 

DESCRIPTION

      pnpinfo reports information about Plug-n-Play ISA devices.  Some of the
      information, such as the vendor ID, serial number, I/O ports, IRQ, etc.
      are useful when configuring a kernel with ISA PnP devices.
      pnp(4)
 

HISTORY

      The pnpinfo utility first appeared in FreeBSD 2.2.
 

AUTHORS

      Sujal M. Patel 〈smpatel@umiacs.umd.edu〉
 

BUGS

      A few of the tags are unimplemented (Enough exist for 99% of PnP cards).
 

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