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|Name: libpci3||Distribution: openSUSE Tumbleweed|
|Version: 3.8.0||Vendor: openSUSE|
|Release: 2.2||Build date: Wed Jun 15 04:41:14 2022|
|Group: System/Libraries||Build host: obs-power9-10|
|Size: 85882||Source RPM: pciutils-3.8.0-2.2.src.rpm|
|Summary: PCI utility library|
libpci offers access to the PCI configuration space.
* Thu May 12 2022 Callum Farmer <email@example.com> - Make shared library executable * Thu Apr 21 2022 Paolo Stivanin <firstname.lastname@example.org> - Update to 3.8.0: * Filters can now match devices based on partially specified class code and also on the programming interface. * Reporting of link speeds, power limits, and virtual function tags has been updated to the current PCIe specification. * We decode the Data Object Exchange capability. * Bus mapping mode works in non-zero domains. * pci_fill_info() can fetch more fields: bridge bases, programming interface, revision, subsystem vendor and device ID, OS driver, and also parent bridge. Internally, the implementation was rewritten, significantly reducing the number of corner cases to be handled. * If the configuration space is not readable for some reason (e.g., the cfgmgr32 back-end, but also badly implemented sleep mode of some devices), lspci prints only information provided by the OS. * The Hurd back-end was greatly improved thanks to Joan Lledó. * Various minor bug fixes and improvements. * As usually, updated pci.ids to the current snapshot of the database. - Rebase pciutils-3.1.9_pkgconfig.patch - Rebase pciutils-ocloexec.patch - Rebase pciutils-endianh.patch - Drop pciutils-add-decode-support-for-RCECs.patch * Sun Jan 23 2022 Callum Farmer <email@example.com> - Set sbindir to /usr/bin to fix Steam issues (rh#1858437, gh#ValveSoftware/steam-for-linux#3306) - Add symlinks from /usr/sbin to /usr/bin * Tue May 11 2021 Callum Farmer <firstname.lastname@example.org> - prepare usrmerge (boo#1029961) * Thu Oct 29 2020 email@example.com - Add decode support for RCECs [jsc#SLE-13735] - added patches https://github.com/pciutils/pciutils/commit/e12bd01eea67ca8cf539263124843ba281eb6ecc + pciutils-add-decode-support-for-RCECs.patch * Mon Jun 01 2020 Andreas Stieger <firstname.lastname@example.org> - Update to 3.7.0: * Add or improved the following capabilities: Designated Vendor-Specific, Compute eXpress Link, Resizable BARs, VF Resizable BARs, Link Capabilities 2, Link Status 2 * On Linux, lspci can show IOMMU groups * setpci can be asked to skip bus scan and operate on a device completely specified by its domain/bus/dev/func address * back-ends which do not support domains now correctly fail when trying to access devices outside domain 0 - Add upstream keyging to verify source signature * Thu Apr 02 2020 Martin Pluskal <email@example.com> - Update to version 3.6.4: * A new back-end for the GNU Hurd was contributed by Joan Lledó. * When printing VPD item identifiers, non-ASCII characters are escaped. - Changes for version 3.6.3 * `lspci -t' (tree mode) can be combined with `-s' to show a sub-tree. We also fixed potential buffer overflows in the tree dumper. * Cleaned messy code for dumping of I/O, memory, and ROM regions. This helped fixing a bug, which caused some 64-bit regions to be reported as virtual. All flags are now printed after the address (previously, "[virtual]" and "[enhanced]" were before it for no good reason). * Added pci_find_cap_nr() to the library, which handles capabilities which occur multiple times in a single device. * Minor improvements in printing of PCIe capabilities. * We now decode the Multicast and Secondary PCI Express extended capabilities. * The list of capability names available to setpci was updated. * Minor bugs were fixed in FreeBSD and Solaris ports. * We now prefer HTTPS URLs in all documentation * The pci.ids file has a man page. * As usually, updated pci.ids to the current snapshot of the database. - Drop no longer relevant pciutils-3.2.0_update-dist.patch - Do not ship update-pciids script - they are provided via hwdata package and we dont want to override data by other packages * Thu Feb 28 2019 Martin Pluskal <firstname.lastname@example.org> - Replace dependency on pciutil-ids with hwdata * Sun Sep 16 2018 Avindra Goolcharan <email@example.com> - Update to version 3.6.2 * Added "-P" and "-PP" switches to lspci, which display the path through bridges to each device. * Fixed a couple of bugs in computation of bus topology. It was previously used only for the tree display, but we re-use it for computing the paths. * As usual, updated pci.ids to the current snapshot of the database. - changes for version 3.6.0 * BARs reported by the OS, but not set on the device itself are reliably marked with "[virtual]". * lib: Introduced a generic mechanism of string properties. This avoids lots of special cases and makes ABI compatibility easier. * On systems with OpenFirmware, report corresponding device tree nodes as device properties. * VPD decoder knows several non-standard extensions [bsc#1098228] (bsc#1170554, ltc#185587). * When PCIe link speed is less than the maximum supported by the device, it is explicitly marked as "downgraded". * Several new capabilities are not decoded yet, but at least their names are printed. * The Null capability is easily decoded. * Formatting of several capabilities was cleaned up. * The VGA16 bit in the bridge control register is now supported. * Added a port to SylixOS. * Added a port to DOS/DJGPP * The order in which back-ends are probed was decoupled from the internal back-end IDs. This helps, because new back-ends must have their ID allocated at the end to keep the ABI, but they might need to be proved earlier. * The fbsd-device back-end should work again. * Fixed a couple of bugs. Most notably, DeviceName was not printed. - cleanup with spec-cleaner - rebase pciutils-endianh.patch * Sun Nov 19 2017 firstname.lastname@example.org - Update to version 3.5.6 * MN VPD keyword is decoded correctly. * As usual, updated pci.ids to the current snapshot of the database. * FreeBSD back-end: read-only access for non-root, support DragonFly BSD, support extended config space.
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