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"One Day One Gnu/Linux Command"
Get information on random commands in Gnu/Linux
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lspci -- List all PCI device information. Print E-mail
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lspci -- List all PCI device information.

Summary:

lspci is a utility for displaying information about all PCI buses in
the system and all devices connected to them.

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dos2unix -- DOS/MAC to UNIX text file format converter. Print E-mail
One Day One Command (By Vishravars Ramasubramanian)
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dos2unix -- DOS/MAC to UNIX text file format converter.

Summary:

Each OS will indicate the line end using Line Feed (LF,10) or Carriage
Return (CR,13). So when transferring a file from DOS to Linux, you have
to convert the Line end from DOS format to Linux format.

dos2unix will convert the DOS/MAC Text file to Unix format.

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lsdev - Display information about installed hardware Print E-mail
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lsdev - Display information about installed hardware

Summary:

lsdev gathers information about your computer's installed hardware
from the interrupts, ioports and dma files in the /proc directory,
thus giving you a quick overview of which hardware uses what I/O
addresses and what IRQ and DMA channels.

This program only shows the kernel's idea of what hardware is present,
not what's actually physically available :-)

Examples:

$ lsdev

Read: man lsdev
unix2dos -- UNIX to DOS text file format converter. Print E-mail
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unix2dos -- UNIX to DOS text file format converter.

Summary:

Each OS will indicate the line end using Line Feed (LF,10) or Carriage
Return (CR,13). Unix uses LF as line end, Windows/DOS uses CR/LF and
MacOS uses CR.

So when transferring a file from Linux to DOS, you have to convert the
Line end to DOS format. unix2dos will convert the Unix text file to
DOS format.

Examples:

$ unix2dos gnu.txt -- Convert and replace gnu.txt.

$ unix2dos -n gnu.txt dos.txt -- Convert gnu.txt and write into
dos.txt

$ unix2dos -k gnu.txt -- Convert and replace gnu.txt, while keeping
original date stamp.

Read: man unix2dos
mii-tool -- Show/Check/Set the MII status. Print E-mail
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mii-tool -- Show/Check/Set the MII status.

Summary:

MII (Media Independent Interface) is a standard bus which connects
network interface controllers to physical media interfaces (PHYs).
PHYs are usually located on a network interface card itself, but there
are cards available which have external MII connectors for attaching
external PHYs.

mii-tool display/checks/sets the status of a network interface's MII
unit. ?Most fast Ethernet adapters use an MII to autonegotiate link
speed and duplex setting.

Examples:

# mii-tool -- Show shot status info about the network card.

# mii-tool -v -- Show detailed status.

# mii-tool -R -- Reset the MII unit to default value.

# mii-tool -r -- Restart the Auto Negotiation.

# mii-tool -w -- Watch the network interface and show if there is any
? ? ? change in the status.(Run it and remove & reconnect the cable).

# mii-tool -F 10baseT-HD -- Forcibly set the capability to 10Mpbs and
? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?Half Duplex mode.

# mii-tool -A 10baseT-HD, 10baseT-FD -- Enable and restart Auto
? ? ? ?Negotiation, and advertise only the specified capabilities.

Read: man mii-tool
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