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Im totally new to the command line. Using Ubuntu server for a robot and using command lspci -nn to view pci devices details and receive like 3 pages of stuff that fly by. How do I direct it to show a page at a time? I dont have alot of hair but I can see I will have none soon, LOL. Why not /p, oh well
Another approach - not that there is anything necessarily wrong with the current approach, just one that you might prefer - is, if you know that there is a particular string within any line that you are interested in, is to use 'grep' as a filter, eg
lspci -nn | grep -i intel
(if the string of interest is Intel, or intel....substitute your own string of interest, of course)