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libpci3-3.12.0-1.1 RPM for x86_64

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Name: libpci3 Distribution: openSUSE Tumbleweed
Version: 3.12.0 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: 1.1 Build date: Sun Jun 9 16:56:50 2024
Group: System/Libraries Build host: reproducible
Size: 99019 Source RPM: pciutils-3.12.0-1.1.src.rpm
Packager: https://bugs.opensuse.org
Url: https://mj.ucw.cz/sw/pciutils/
Summary: PCI utility library
libpci offers access to the PCI configuration space.

Provides

Requires

License

GPL-2.0-or-later

Changelog

* Sun Jun 09 2024 Andreas Stieger <andreas.stieger@gmx.de>
  - update to 3.12.0:
    * lspci decodes the IDE (Integrity & Data Encryption) and
      TEE-IO extended capabilities.
    * Optimization flags used for compiling individual object files
      should be the same as optimization flags for linking the final
      executable to make link-time optimization possible.
    * no longer look up subsystems in the HWDB
    * Updated pci.ids
  - include changes from 3.11:
    * update-pciids now supports XZ compression
    * update-pciids now sends itself as the User-Agent.
    * Added a pcilmr utility for PCIe lane margining
    * ECAM back-end now scans ACPI and BIOS memory faster.
    * Linux systems without pread/pwrite are no longer supported
    * Improved decoding of PCIe control and status registers.
    * Decoding of CXL capabilities now supports up to CXL 3.0.
    * lspci now displays interrupt message numbers consistently across
      different capabilities.
    * Cache of IDs resolved via DNS, which was located in ~/.pci-ids
      by default, is now stored according to the XDG base directory
      specification in $XDG_CACHE_HOME/pci-ids.
    * All source files now have SPDX license identifiers.
    * various minor bug fixes and updated pci.ids.
* Thu May 11 2023 Paolo Stivanin <info@paolostivanin.com>
  - Update to 3.10.0:
    - Fixed bug in definition of versioned symbol aliases
      in shared libpci, which made compiling with link-time
      optimization fail.
    - Filters now accept "0x..." syntax for backward compatibility.
    - Windows: The cfgmgr32 back-end which provides the list of devices
      can be combined with another back-end which provides access
      to configuration space.
    - ECAM (Enhanced Configuration Access Mechanism), which is defined
      by the PCIe standard, is now supported. It requires root privileges,
      access to physical memory, and also manual configuration on some
      systems.
    - lspci: Tree view now works on multi-domain systems. It now respects
      filters properly.
    - Last but not least, pci.ids were updated to the current snapshot
      of the database. This includes overall cleanup of entries with
      non-ASCII characters in their names -- such characters are allowed,
      but only if they convey interesting information (e.g., umlauts
      in German company names, but not the "registered trade mark" sign).
* Tue Dec 27 2022 Ludwig Nussel <lnussel@suse.com>
  - Replace transitional %usrmerged macro with regular version check (boo#1206798)
* Fri Dec 02 2022 Dirk Müller <dmueller@suse.com>
  - update to 3.9.0:
    * We decode Compute Express Link (CXL) capabilities.
    * The tree mode of lspci is now compatible with filtering options.
    * When setpci is used with a named register, it checks whether
      the register is present in the particular header type.
    * Linux: The intel-conf[12] back-ends prefer to use ioperm() instead
      of iopl() to gain access to I/O ports.
    * mmio-conf1(-ext): Added a new back-end implementing the intel-conf1
      interface over MMIO. This is useful on some ARM machines, but it
      requires manual configuration of the MMIO addresses.
    * As usually, updated pci.ids to the current snapshot of the database.
* Thu May 12 2022 Callum Farmer <gmbr3@opensuse.org>
  - Make shared library executable
* Thu Apr 21 2022 Paolo Stivanin <info@paolostivanin.com>
  - 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 <gmbr3@opensuse.org>
  - 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 <gmbr3@opensuse.org>
  - prepare usrmerge (boo#1029961)
* Thu Oct 29 2020 pgajdos@suse.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 <andreas.stieger@gmx.de>
  - 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

Files

/usr/lib64/libpci.so.3
/usr/lib64/libpci.so.3.12.0
/usr/share/licenses/libpci3
/usr/share/licenses/libpci3/COPYING


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