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First post, by t9999clint

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Does anyone know of a MS-DOS tool that can list the device and vendor IDs of all attached PNP compatible hardware?
Open source would be preferred as I'm working on a project that will need me to pull that info.

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Reply 2 of 9, by t9999clint

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kalohimal wrote on 2020-07-15, 03:51:

Yeah, but I need a version that runs in MS-DOS

That being said, the source tree does mention MS-DOS compatibility...
So a version probably exists somewhere

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Reply 4 of 9, by Zup

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I remember that Hiren's boot CD had a DOS PCI lister utility, maybe even a DOS port of lspci.

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Reply 6 of 9, by gdjacobs

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I'm going to post in here until the thread gets chucked in Marvin.

Anyway you can try pcicfg:
http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~ralf/files.html

Or this tool, some assembly required:
https://github.com/nowrd2xpln/dos

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Reply 7 of 9, by t9999clint

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looks like this might work out too. https://web.archive.org/web/20111217073240/ht … com/cindex.html
Thanks again for the info gdjacobs.
Looks like https://github.com/Atnode/Cobalt used RBPCI in a simular manner to what I'm trying to do. I'll be sure to take a look at that as well.

Last edited by t9999clint on 2020-07-16, 04:54. Edited 1 time in total.

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Reply 8 of 9, by t9999clint

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For those that are curious, I'm working on a custom distro of FreeDOS that will include some autodetection/setup scripts for PCI and ISA soundcards, CD-ROMs, NICs, etc...
I also plan on integrating some GUI elements but that's pretty low priority at the moment.
I'll make an official announcement when I actually have something impressive/useful to show...

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Reply 9 of 9, by Stretch

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You can compile pciutils with the instructions from this page DOS - flashrom

lspci.exe worked on my computer in Win98SE and also in direct MS-DOS mode. I attached a screenshot.

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