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Applications / Re: Rpm software for testing
« Last post by Dave Yeo on Today at 07:13:54 am »
I did some transcoding with a FFmpeg that I had previously built and linked against some of the same DLLs that I built. Seemed to work fine.
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Applications / Re: David's Doodles
« Last post by David Graser on Today at 01:26:22 am »
Hello david,
I wanted to ask you if you have the warp3 or warp4 icons of the magnifying glass,
 that we have in the xcenter, and that the xwpfinder program uses.It's for tests

Hi Roberto

I do not have the magnifying glass or any of the other icons.  The source files can be found at Netlabs if this helps.

http://trac.netlabs.org/xworkplace/browser#trunk/src

David

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Applications / Re: David's Doodles
« Last post by roberto on September 24, 2018, 11:43:55 pm »
Hello david,
I wanted to ask you if you have the warp3 or warp4 icons of the magnifying glass,
 that we have in the xcenter, and that the xwpfinder program uses.It's for tests

I was trying to change this icon the other day, and it seemed that after changing it,
I increased the memory of the system. At about 200,000 to 400,000Kb
It seems to me that this increase in memory is due to the fact that when the icon is changed,
the desktop is reset.
If someone wants to verify it, for me it is a sensation. You just have to "Restart Desktop".
The pmshell.exe appears with a new pid and you're done.
Remember to have a backup, because when you restart the desktop,
if you have the defective inis it can be a kaos.
Saludos
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Article Discussions / Re: OS4 Kernel Discussion
« Last post by Roderick Klein on September 24, 2018, 09:51:14 pm »
Hi

I was criticized at my Warpstock intervention because I told that the OS4 kernel was illegal (depending on the copyright laws of the country) since it was based on leaked source code of the IBM's OS/2 Warp 4 kernel.

OS4User told me on IRC that I was wrong and that I should correct that but it didn't not provide me any more feedback about it.

Even that I can found some exception according to the US copyright law for the OS4 kernel to be "legal" for some specific uses, I would like to give the opportunity to the OS4 kernel people to explain me in the last years if there had been any changes on the OS4 project and if it no longer using IBM's leaked source code.

Regards

From what I have seen over the years the OS/4 kernel started out as updated debug kernel 104a.
First of all the IBM license OS/2 comes with simply does not allow reverse engenering and as far I can tell they have done that. The license of IBM does not allow this. I do not know what Russian copyright law has in terms of provisons to allow you to legally reverse engineer a software product.

Also since Russia ratified the Bern Copyright convention:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Berne_Convention

I do not know if that means that US copyright law applies to the OS/2 product as that was the first country it was made "public". Also what is written in the orginal OS/2 Warp license agreement IBM published in Russia ?
Did it allow you to reverse engineer the kernel ?

Lets just say I would be very surprised if it would...

Roderick
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Article Discussions / Re: OS4 Kernel Discussion
« Last post by Rick C. Hodgin on September 24, 2018, 06:34:34 pm »
Hi

I was criticized at my Warpstock intervention because I told that the OS4 kernel was illegal (depending on the copyright laws of the country) since it was based on leaked source code of the IBM's OS/2 Warp 4 kernel.

OS4User told me on IRC that I was wrong and that I should correct that but it didn't not provide me any more feedback about it.

Even that I can found some exception according to the US copyright law for the OS4 kernel to be "legal" for some specific uses, I would like to give the opportunity to the OS4 kernel people to explain me in the last years if there had been any changes on the OS4 project and if it no longer using IBM's leaked source code.

Regards

They told me the same thing on IRC chat, but IIRC they never expanded on it, and never answered how it was legal.  I think they said the same thing here, but also never explained how it was legal.

It is here:  https://www.os2world.com/forum/index.php/topic,983.msg13609.html#msg13609
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Article Discussions / OS4 Kernel Discussion
« Last post by Martin Iturbide on September 24, 2018, 06:02:28 pm »
Hi

I was criticized at my Warpstock intervention because I told that the OS4 kernel was illegal (depending on the copyright laws of the country) since it was based on leaked source code of the IBM's OS/2 Warp 4 kernel.

OS4User told me on IRC that I was wrong and that I should correct that but it didn't not provide me any more feedback about it.

Even that I can found some exception according to the US copyright law for the OS4 kernel to be "legal" for some specific uses, I would like to give the opportunity to the OS4 kernel people to explain me in the last years if there had been any changes on the OS4 project and if it no longer using IBM's leaked source code.

Regards
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Multimedia / Re: Sound not working on my laptop and the card was recognized
« Last post by Martin Iturbide on September 24, 2018, 05:43:26 pm »
Thanks Eugene. The page is now taking shape:
https://www.os2world.com/wiki/index.php/Dell_Inspiron_P28F
Please let me know if the device list I created is fine on need modification.

If you also have the lsusb report please attach it to this thread.
Also, if you can add on the wiki page any thing you want to include on your experience about installing ArcaOS on this machine under "General Comments".

Regards
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General Discussion / Re: Open Source / 2
« Last post by Rick C. Hodgin on September 24, 2018, 03:06:39 pm »
I began working on this task this past weekend.  My goal is to obtain all headers in a form that's able to be parsed out into documentation, and to associate every function with its published place in the system DLLs, creating a comprehensive database of every core OS file that is visible to developer code.

I was also thinking on the way in to work this morning of creating a much simpler Workplace Shell, one that does pretty much the same things we have today, but is done through a much simpler and smaller API.  I'll have to consider it.

I would like to have other developers help me at some point.  I'll lay the foundation and get things moving, but please know I am looking for help on this project.  I do not want to do it alone.  I want to be part of a team that is working together to create an open source OS/2 clone that will put both Linux and Windows to shame.
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Applications / Re: David's Doodles
« Last post by David Graser on September 24, 2018, 07:33:10 am »
I liked the yellow glass folders the best so far so I made more folder icons .

I also made a few more doc icons based on my glass idea.

I also modified the drawing pencil pointers to a more yellow look for my theme.

Also included a picture of my present desktop.
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Multimedia / Re: Sound not working on my laptop and the card was recognized
« Last post by Eugene Tucker on September 23, 2018, 10:42:38 pm »
Here goes...
USB

Bus 001 Device 001: ID 8087:07dc 
Bus 001 Device 002: ID 0bda:0129 
Bus 001 Device 003: ID 0c45:64ad

PCI....


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Craig Hart's PCI+AGP bus sniffer, Version 1.04vkA, freeware made in 1996-2005.
Loaded Vendor Data : "This is version ha_merged, 23 Jan 2018 11:05:53"

PCI BIOS Version 2.10 found!
Number of PCI Busses : 3
PCI Characteristics  : Config Mechanism 1

Searching for PCI Devices using the OEMHLP$ driver

 Bus 0 (PCI Express), Device Number 0, Device Function 0
 Vendor 8086h Intel Corporation
 Device 0A04h Haswell-ULT DRAM Controller
 Command 0006h (Memory Access, BusMaster)
 Status 2090h (Has Capabilities List, Supports Back-To-Back Trans.,
   Received Master Abort, Fast Timing)
 Revision 09h, Header Type 00h, Bus Latency Timer 00h
 Self test 00h (Self test not supported)
 PCI Class Bridge, type PCI to HOST
 Subsystem ID 05E91028h Unknown
 Subsystem Vendor 1028h Dell
 New Capabilities List Present:
   Vendor-Dependant Capability

 Bus 0 (PCI Express), Device Number 2, Device Function 0
 Vendor 8086h Intel Corporation
 Device 0A16h Haswell-ULT Integrated Graphics Controller
 Command 0007h (I/O Access, Memory Access, BusMaster)
 Status 0090h (Has Capabilities List, Supports Back-To-Back Trans.,
   Fast Timing)
 Revision 09h, Header Type 00h, Bus Latency Timer 00h
 Self test 00h (Self test not supported)
 PCI Class Display, type VGA
 Subsystem ID 05E91028h Unknown
 Subsystem Vendor 1028h Dell
 Address 0 is a Memory Address (64-bit) : B0000000h
 Address 2 is a Memory Address (64-bit, Prefetchable) : A0000000h
 Address 4 is an I/O Port : 4000h..403Fh
 System IRQ 16, INT# A
 New Capabilities List Present:
   Message Signalled Interrupt Capability
     MSI is disabled
     MSI function can generate 32-bit addresses
   Power Management Capability, Version 1.1
     Does not support low power State D1 or D2
     Does not support PME# signalling
     Current Power State : D0 (Device operational, no power saving)
   Unknown Capability (Code 13h)!!

 Bus 0 (PCI Express), Device Number 3, Device Function 0
 Vendor 8086h Intel Corporation
 Device 0A0Ch Haswell-ULT HD Audio Controller
 Command 0006h (Memory Access, BusMaster)
 Status 0010h (Has Capabilities List, Fast Timing)
 Revision 09h, Header Type 00h, Bus Latency Timer 00h
 Self test 00h (Self test not supported)
 Cache line size 64 Bytes (16 DWords)
 PCI Class Multimedia, type Unknown!
 Subsystem ID 05E91028h Unknown
 Subsystem Vendor 1028h Dell
 Address 0 is a Memory Address (64-bit) : B0710000h
 System IRQ 16, INT# A
 New Capabilities List Present:
   Power Management Capability, Version 1.1
     Does not support low power State D1 or D2
     Does not support PME# signalling
     Current Power State : D0 (Device operational, no power saving)
   Message Signalled Interrupt Capability
     MSI is disabled
     MSI function can generate 32-bit addresses
   PCI Express Capability, Version 1
     Device/Port Type :
       Root Complex Integrated Endpoint Device
       Unsupported Request Severity is Non-Fatal
     Device Status :
     Link Capabilities :
       Maximum Link speed : Unknown (00h)!!
       Maximum Link Width : xReserved
       Link Port Number   : 0
     Link Control :
       Asynchronous Clocking in Use
     Link Status :
       Current Link speed : Unknown (00)!!
       Current Link Width : x0

 Bus 0 (PCI Express), Device Number 20, Device Function 0
 Vendor 8086h Intel Corporation
 Device 9C31h 8 Series USB xHCI HC
 Command 0006h (Memory Access, BusMaster)
 Status 0290h (Has Capabilities List, Supports Back-To-Back Trans.,
   Medium Timing)
 Revision 04h, Header Type 00h, Bus Latency Timer 00h
 Self test 00h (Self test not supported)
 PCI Class Serial, type USB (UHCI), programming interface 30
 Subsystem ID 05E91028h Unknown
 Subsystem Vendor 1028h Dell
 Address 0 is a Memory Address (64-bit) : B0700000h
 System IRQ 16, INT# A
 New Capabilities List Present:
   Power Management Capability, Version 1.1
     Does not support low power State D1 or D2
     Supports PME# signalling from mode(s) D3hot, D3cold
     PME# signalling is currently disabled
     3.3v AUX Current required : 375 mA
     Current Power State : D0 (Device operational, no power saving)
   Message Signalled Interrupt Capability
     MSI is disabled
     MSI function can generate 64-bit addresses

 Bus 0 (PCI Express), Device Number 22, Device Function 0
 Vendor 8086h Intel Corporation
 Device 9C3Ah 8 Series HECI #0
 Command 0006h (Memory Access, BusMaster)
 Status 0010h (Has Capabilities List, Fast Timing)
 Revision 04h, Header Type 80h, Bus Latency Timer 00h
 Self test 00h (Self test not supported)
 PCI Class Simple Communication, type Other
 Subsystem ID 05E91028h Unknown
 Subsystem Vendor 1028h Dell
 Address 0 is a Memory Address (64-bit) : B0718000h
 System IRQ 16, INT# A
 New Capabilities List Present:
   Power Management Capability, Version 1.2
     Does not support low power State D1 or D2
     Supports PME# signalling from mode(s) D0, D3hot, D3cold
     PME# signalling is currently disabled
     3.3v AUX Current required : 0 mA (Self powered)
     Current Power State : D0 (Device operational, no power saving)
   Message Signalled Interrupt Capability
     MSI is disabled
     MSI function can generate 64-bit addresses

 Bus 0 (PCI Express), Device Number 27, Device Function 0
 Vendor 8086h Intel Corporation
 Device 9C20h 8 Series HD Audio Controller
 Command 0006h (Memory Access, BusMaster)
 Status 0010h (Has Capabilities List, Fast Timing)
 Revision 04h, Header Type 00h, Bus Latency Timer 00h
 Self test 00h (Self test not supported)
 Cache line size 64 Bytes (16 DWords)
 PCI Class Multimedia, type Unknown!
 Subsystem ID 05E91028h Unknown
 Subsystem Vendor 1028h Dell
 Address 0 is a Memory Address (64-bit) : B0714000h..B0717FFFh
 System IRQ 22, INT# A
 New Capabilities List Present:
   Power Management Capability, Version 1.2
     Does not support low power State D1 or D2
     Supports PME# signalling from mode(s) D0, D3hot, D3cold
     PME# signalling is currently disabled
     3.3v AUX Current required : 55 mA
     Current Power State : D0 (Device operational, no power saving)
   Message Signalled Interrupt Capability
     MSI is enabled
     MSI function can generate 64-bit addresses
   PCI Express Capability, Version 1
     Device/Port Type :
       Root Complex Integrated Endpoint Device
       Unsupported Request Severity is Non-Fatal
     Device Status :
       AUX Power Detected
     Link Capabilities :
       Maximum Link speed : Unknown (00h)!!
       Maximum Link Width : xReserved
       Link Port Number   : 0
     Link Control :
       Asynchronous Clocking in Use
     Link Status :
       Current Link speed : Unknown (00)!!
       Current Link Width : x0

 Bus 0 (PCI Express), Device Number 28, Device Function 0
 Vendor 8086h Intel Corporation
 Device 9C14h 8 Series PCI Express Root Port 3
 Command 0007h (I/O Access, Memory Access, BusMaster)
 Status 0010h (Has Capabilities List, Fast Timing)
 Revision E4h, Header Type 81h, Bus Latency Timer 00h
 Self test 00h (Self test not supported)
 Cache line size 64 Bytes (16 DWords)
 PCI Class Bridge, type PCI to PCI
 Subsystem ID 05E91028h Unknown
 Subsystem Vendor 1028h Dell
 System IRQ 18, INT# C
 PCI Bridge Information:
   Primary Bus Number 0, Secondary Bus Number 1, Subordinate Bus number 1
   Secondary Bus Command 0000h
   Secondary Bus Status  2000h (Received Master Abort, Fast Timing)
   Secondary Bus Latency 00h
   I/O Port Range Passed to Secondary Bus : 3000h..3FFFh (16-bit)
   Memory   Range Passed to Secondary Bus : B0600000h..B06FFFFFh
   Prefetchable Memory Range Passed to Secondary Bus : B0400000h..B04FFFFFh
 New Capabilities List Present:
   PCI Express Capability, Version 2
     Device/Port Type :
       Root port of PCI Express Root Complex
     Port Type :
       Port is an Expansion Slot
       Unsupported Request Severity is Non-Fatal
     Device Status :
       Correctable Error Detected
       AUX Power Detected
     Link Capabilities :
       Maximum Link speed : Unknown (02h)!!
       Maximum Link Width : x1
       Link Port Number   : 3
     Link Control :
       Common Clock Configuration In Use
     Link Status :
       Current Link speed : 2.5Gb/s
       Current Link Width : x1
     Slot Capabilities :
       Slot Power Limit Value :   0.060 Watts
       Physical slot Number 0
   Message Signalled Interrupt Capability
     MSI is disabled
     MSI function can generate 32-bit addresses
   Subsystem ID & Subsystem Vendor ID Capability
     SSVID : 1028h
     SSID  : 05E9h
   Power Management Capability, Version 1.2
     Does not support low power State D1 or D2
     Supports PME# signalling from mode(s) D0, D3hot, D3cold
     PME# signalling is currently disabled
     3.3v AUX Current required : 0 mA (Self powered)
     Current Power State : D0 (Device operational, no power saving)

 Bus 0 (PCI Express), Device Number 28, Device Function 3
 Vendor 8086h Intel Corporation
 Device 9C16h 8 Series PCI Express Root Port 4
 Command 0007h (I/O Access, Memory Access, BusMaster)
 Status 0010h (Has Capabilities List, Fast Timing)
 Revision E4h, Header Type 81h, Bus Latency Timer 00h
 Self test 00h (Self test not supported)
 Cache line size 64 Bytes (16 DWords)
 PCI Class Bridge, type PCI to PCI
 Subsystem ID 05E91028h Unknown
 Subsystem Vendor 1028h Dell
 System IRQ 19, INT# D
 PCI Bridge Information:
   Primary Bus Number 0, Secondary Bus Number 2, Subordinate Bus number 2
   Secondary Bus Command 0000h
   Secondary Bus Status  2000h (Received Master Abort, Fast Timing)
   Secondary Bus Latency 00h
   I/O Port Range Passed to Secondary Bus : None
   Memory   Range Passed to Secondary Bus : B0500000h..B05FFFFFh
   Prefetchable Memory Range Passed to Secondary Bus : None
 New Capabilities List Present:
   PCI Express Capability, Version 2
     Device/Port Type :
       Root port of PCI Express Root Complex
     Port Type :
       Port is an Expansion Slot
       Unsupported Request Severity is Non-Fatal
     Device Status :
       AUX Power Detected
     Link Capabilities :
       Maximum Link speed : Unknown (02h)!!
       Maximum Link Width : x1
       Link Port Number   : 4
     Link Control :
       Common Clock Configuration In Use
     Link Status :
       Current Link speed : 2.5Gb/s
       Current Link Width : x1
     Slot Capabilities :
       Slot Power Limit Value :   8.000 Watts
       Physical slot Number 0
   Message Signalled Interrupt Capability
     MSI is disabled
     MSI function can generate 32-bit addresses
   Subsystem ID & Subsystem Vendor ID Capability
     SSVID : 1028h
     SSID  : 05E9h
   Power Management Capability, Version 1.2
     Does not support low power State D1 or D2
     Supports PME# signalling from mode(s) D0, D3hot, D3cold
     PME# signalling is currently disabled
     3.3v AUX Current required : 0 mA (Self powered)
     Current Power State : D0 (Device operational, no power saving)

 Bus 0 (PCI Express), Device Number 29, Device Function 0
 Vendor 8086h Intel Corporation
 Device 9C26h 8 Series USB EHCI #1
 Command 0006h (Memory Access, BusMaster)
 Status 0290h (Has Capabilities List, Supports Back-To-Back Trans.,
   Medium Timing)
 Revision 04h, Header Type 00h, Bus Latency Timer 00h
 Self test 00h (Self test not supported)
 PCI Class Serial, type USB 2.0 (EHCI)
 Subsystem ID 05E91028h Unknown
 Subsystem Vendor 1028h Dell
 Address 0 is a Memory Address (0-4GiB) : B071C000h..B071C0FFh
 System IRQ 23, INT# A
 New Capabilities List Present:
   Power Management Capability, Version 1.2
     Does not support low power State D1 or D2
     Supports PME# signalling from mode(s) D0, D3hot, D3cold
     PME# signalling is currently disabled
     3.3v AUX Current required : 375 mA
     Current Power State : D0 (Device operational, no power saving)
   USB 2.0 EHCI Debug Port Capability
   Unknown Capability (Code 13h)!!

 Bus 0 (PCI Express), Device Number 31, Device Function 0
 Vendor 8086h Intel Corporation
 Device 9C43h 8 Series LPC Controller
 Command 0007h (I/O Access, Memory Access, BusMaster)
 Status 0210h (Has Capabilities List, Medium Timing)
 Revision 04h, Header Type 80h, Bus Latency Timer 00h
 Self test 00h (Self test not supported)
 PCI Class Bridge, type PCI to ISA
 Subsystem ID 05E91028h Unknown
 Subsystem Vendor 1028h Dell
 New Capabilities List Present:
   Vendor-Dependant Capability

 Bus 0 (PCI Express), Device Number 31, Device Function 2
 Vendor 8086h Intel Corporation
 Device 9C03h 8 Series SATA Controller 1 [AHCI mode]
 Command 0007h (I/O Access, Memory Access, BusMaster)
 Status 02B0h (Has Capabilities List, Supports 66MHz,
   Supports Back-To-Back Trans., Medium Timing)
 Revision 04h, Header Type 00h, Bus Latency Timer 00h
 Self test 00h (Self test not supported)
 PCI Class Storage, type Serial ATA (AHCI 1.0)
 Subsystem ID 05E91028h Unknown
 Subsystem Vendor 1028h Dell
 Address 0 is an I/O Port : 4088h..408Fh
 Address 1 is an I/O Port : 4094h..4097h
 Address 2 is an I/O Port : 4080h..4087h
 Address 3 is an I/O Port : 4090h..4093h
 Address 4 is an I/O Port : 4060h..407Fh
 Address 5 is a Memory Address (0-4GiB) : B071B000h..B071B7FFh
 System IRQ 19, INT# B
 New Capabilities List Present:
   Message Signalled Interrupt Capability
     MSI is enabled
     MSI function can generate 32-bit addresses
   Power Management Capability, Version 1.2
     Does not support low power State D1 or D2
     Supports PME# signalling from mode(s) D3hot
     PME# signalling is currently disabled
     3.3v AUX Current required : 0 mA (Self powered)
     Current Power State : D0 (Device operational, no power saving)
   Unknown Capability (Code 12h)!!

 Bus 0 (PCI Express), Device Number 31, Device Function 3
 Vendor 8086h Intel Corporation
 Device 9C22h 8 Series SMBus Controller
 Command 0003h (I/O Access, Memory Access)
 Status 0280h (Supports Back-To-Back Trans., Medium Timing)
 Revision 04h, Header Type 00h, Bus Latency Timer 00h
 Self test 00h (Self test not supported)
 PCI Class Serial, type SMBus Controller
 Subsystem ID 05E91028h Unknown
 Subsystem Vendor 1028h Dell
 Address 0 is a Memory Address (64-bit) : B0719000h
 Address 2 is not present or not configured!
 Address 3 is not present or not configured!
 Address 4 is an I/O Port : 4040h..405Fh
 System IRQ 18, INT# C

 Bus 1 (PCI Express), Device Number 0, Device Function 0
 Vendor 10ECh Realtek Semiconductor Co., Ltd.
 Device 8136h RTL810xE PCI Express Fast Ethernet controller
 Command 0007h (I/O Access, Memory Access, BusMaster)
 Status 0010h (Has Capabilities List, Fast Timing)
 Revision 07h, Header Type 00h, Bus Latency Timer 00h
 Self test 00h (Self test not supported)
 Cache line size 64 Bytes (16 DWords)
 PCI Class Network, type Ethernet
 Subsystem ID 05E91028h Unknown
 Subsystem Vendor 1028h Dell
 Address 0 is an I/O Port : 3000h..30FFh
 Address 1 is not present or not configured!
 Address 2 is a Memory Address (64-bit) : B0600000h..B0600FFFh
 Address 4 is a Memory Address (64-bit, Prefetchable) : B0400000h..B0403FFFh
 System IRQ 18, INT# A
 New Capabilities List Present:
   Power Management Capability, Version 1.2
     Supports low power State D1
     Supports low power State D2
     Supports PME# signalling from mode(s) D0, D1, D2, D3hot, D3cold
     PME# signalling is currently disabled
     3.3v AUX Current required : 375 mA
     Current Power State : D0 (Device operational, no power saving)
   Message Signalled Interrupt Capability
     MSI is enabled
     MSI function can generate 64-bit addresses
   PCI Express Capability, Version 2
     Device/Port Type :
       PCI Express Endpoint Device
     Device Capabilities :
       Unsupported Request Severity is Fatal
     Device Status :
       Correctable Error Detected
       Unsupported Request Detected
       AUX Power Detected
     Link Capabilities :
       Maximum Link speed : 2.5Gb/s
       Maximum Link Width : x1
       Link Port Number   : 0
     Link Control :
       Common Clock Configuration In Use
     Link Status :
       Current Link speed : 2.5Gb/s
       Current Link Width : x1
   MSI-X Capability
   Vital Product Data Capability
     VPD Data not present

 Bus 2 (PCI Express), Device Number 0, Device Function 0
 Vendor 8086h Intel Corporation
 Device 08B1h Wireless 7260
 Command 0006h (Memory Access, BusMaster)
 Status 0010h (Has Capabilities List, Fast Timing)
 Revision 73h, Header Type 00h, Bus Latency Timer 00h
 Self test 00h (Self test not supported)
 Cache line size 64 Bytes (16 DWords)
 PCI Class Network, type Other
 Subsystem ID 44628086h Wireless-N 7260
 Subsystem Vendor 8086h Intel Corporation
 Address 0 is a Memory Address (64-bit) : B0500000h
 System IRQ 19, INT# A
 New Capabilities List Present:
   Power Management Capability, Version 1.2
     Does not support low power State D1 or D2
     Supports PME# signalling from mode(s) D0, D3hot, D3cold
     PME# signalling is currently disabled
     3.3v AUX Current required : 0 mA (Self powered)
     Current Power State : D0 (Device operational, no power saving)
   Message Signalled Interrupt Capability
     MSI is disabled
     MSI function can generate 64-bit addresses
   PCI Express Capability, Version 2
     Device/Port Type :
       PCI Express Endpoint Device
     Device Capabilities :
       Unsupported Request Severity is Fatal
     Device Status :
       Correctable Error Detected
       Unsupported Request Detected
       AUX Power Detected
     Link Capabilities :
       Maximum Link speed : 2.5Gb/s
       Maximum Link Width : x1
       Link Port Number   : 0
     Link Control :
       Common Clock Configuration In Use
     Link Status :
       Current Link speed : 2.5Gb/s
       Current Link Width : x1

ROM PCI IRQ routing table Tests....
 ROM IRQ routing table found at F000h:E990h
 Table Version 1.0 - OK
 Table size 288 bytes - OK
 Table Checksum DDh - OK
 PCI Interrupt Router: 8 Series LPC Controller
 IRQ's dedicated to PCI : None
 The ROM PCI IRQ routing table appears to be OK.

IRQ Summary: IRQs 16,18,19,22,23 are used by PCI devices
Shared IRQs: IRQ 16 is shared by 4 PCI Devices
             IRQ 18 is shared by 3 PCI Devices
             IRQ 19 is shared by 3 PCI Devices

IRQ control is currently managed by the system APIC controller - IRQ info is
not actual hardware settings...

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