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|Name: libpci3||Distribution: openSUSE Leap 42.1|
|Version: 3.2.1||Vendor: openSUSE|
|Release: 10.1||Build date: Thu Nov 10 12:05:40 2016|
|Group: System/Libraries||Build host: build74|
|Size: 52592||Source RPM: pciutils-3.2.1-10.1.src.rpm|
|Summary: PCI utility library|
libpci offers access to the PCI configuration space.
* Tue Nov 01 2016 firstname.lastname@example.org - pciutils-lspci-Correct-Root-Capabilities-CRS-Software-Visibil.patch: lspci: Correct Root Capabilities "CRS Software Visibility" bit Found this issue when tracing bsc#1001888. (bsc#1001888) * Thu Mar 12 2015 email@example.com - pciutils-3.1.7-fix-memory-leak-in-get_cache_name.patch: Fix a memory leak in get_cache_name (bnc#837347) * Mon Aug 18 2014 firstname.lastname@example.org - Add obsoletes/provides to baselibs.conf. * Tue May 13 2014 email@example.com - Remove COPYING from obs it is in tarball directly - Version bump to 3.2.1: * CardBus bridge capabilities are displayed. * PCIe L1 PM substates are decoded. * Various bugs were fixed in decoding of PCIe capabilities. * The sysfs back-end does not spit out unnecessary warnings when empty slots report only a partial device address. This actually happens on IBM pSeries. * Updated pci.ids to the today's snapshot of the database. - Cleanup with spec-cleaner * Tue Jul 30 2013 firstname.lastname@example.org - Update to 3.2.0 * On newer Linux systems, we use libkmod to look up kernel modules (modules.pcimap no longer exists.) To facilitate this, libpci is able to look up module aliases in sysfs. * Various minor bug fixes. * Updated pci.ids to the today's snapshot of the database. - Update to 3.1.10 * Decoding of LTR/OBFF in PCIe capabilities. * Various minor bug fixes. * Updated pci.ids to the today's snapshot of the database. - rebase patches - require libkmod * Mon Apr 15 2013 email@example.com - Add Source URL, see https://en.opensuse.org/SourceUrls * Mon Dec 31 2012 firstname.lastname@example.org - pciutils-endianh.patch Use the documented/optimized byteswapping routines from endian.h * Sun Mar 18 2012 email@example.com - Shared library policy: new subpackage libpci3 * Sun Jan 29 2012 firstname.lastname@example.org - Update to 3.1.9 * Whereever we mention the PCI ID database, we now refer to http://pci-ids.ucw.cz/ and the sf.net site is mentioned only as a mirror. This includes update-pciids. * Decode PCIe Gen 3 speeds and link status fields * various minor bug fixes * Updated pci.ids to the 2012-01-14 snapshot of the database - Update to 3.1.8 * More capabilities: Transaction Processing Hints, Latency Tolerance Reporting. Thanks to Jesse Barnes. * Added BeOS and Haiku ports. Contributed by Francois Revol. * pciutils.pc now uses Libs.private properly. * When we format a name and it does not fit in the buffer, we truncate it instead of returning "buffer too small" instead. This works on all platforms with sane (i.e., C99-compatible) snprintf(). * various minor bug fixes * Mon Nov 14 2011 email@example.com - open all file descriptors with O_CLOEXEC,specially important on libpci and calling apps may fork() and we end up leaking information to child processes. * Mon Mar 21 2011 firstname.lastname@example.org - licenses package is about to die * Mon Jun 28 2010 email@example.com - use %_smp_mflags * Sat Apr 24 2010 firstname.lastname@example.org - buildrequire pkg-config to fix provides * Thu Feb 25 2010 email@example.com - update to 3.1.7 * Minor improvements and bug fixes in decoding of the Virtual Channel capability. * Released as 3.1.6. * More capabilities decoded: Virtual Channel (except arbitration tables), Root Complex Link, Vendor-Specific (header only), SATA HBA. * All extended capabilities have their version displayed (-vv or more). * Mon Feb 01 2010 firstname.lastname@example.org - package baselibs.conf * Fri Jan 22 2010 email@example.com - update to 1.3.5 * Updated pci.ids to the today's snapshot of the database. * When scanning extended capabilities, properly mask the lowest 2 bits, which are currently reserved. This avoids unaligned access errors on broken hardware (see tests/broken-ecaps). * Large bar sizes are displayed in human-readable format (with units). * Physical slot information is displayed correctly for multi-function cards. * Fixed a couple of typos everywhere. * Library: Fixed bugs in freeing of capabilities. * Windows back-end compiles again. * Tue Dec 15 2009 firstname.lastname@example.org - enable parallel building * Thu Dec 10 2009 email@example.com - update to 3.1.4 * Updated pci.ids to the today's snapshot of the database. * Fixed memory and file descriptor leak in the dump back-end. * The SR-IOV capability decoder now prints the VF BAR's. * On request of certain company's lawyers, we now include a copy of the GPL with our package. It seems that the pciutils are getting mature if the most important bug of the month was this one ;-) * Tue Nov 03 2009 firstname.lastname@example.org - updated patches to apply with fuzz=0 * Fri Aug 14 2009 email@example.com - add COPYING file to fix (bnc#518238) - fix last patch * Mon Aug 10 2009 firstname.lastname@example.org - add fclose to dump_init (bnc#529469) * Mon Aug 03 2009 email@example.com - update to 3.1.3 * The VPD parser now reports unknown and vendor-defined items properly. It also stops on any item in unknown format, avoiding long output on bogus VPD data. * The MSI-X table size now matches the spec. * The Power Management capability now includes the soft reset bit. * Decoding of the Advanced Features capability has been added. * The whole package compiles on GNU/kFreeBSD again. * The procfs back-end is able to cope with /proc/bus/pci containing names with domains, which occur on sparc64 and possibly other architectures due to a kernel bug. * The sysfs back-end no longer complains when a slot address is missing, which happens with old versions of Linux fakephp. * The Device Serial Number capability is printed in the right byte order. * The MSI and MSI-X capabilities are printed in a prettier way. * The tree output mode (`lspci -t') shows domain numbers only at the root, which makes the output more compact. * Updated documentation on the bus mapping mode (`lspci -M').
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