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Old 05-28-2006, 11:21 AM   #1
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Unidentified items in Suse plugger


I have loaded SUse 9.3 linux on my home computer. This system is totally new to me and seems to be running. However, when I was looking in the suseplugger it lists many items as unknown and it didn't seem to find my parallel port so I'm having difficulty with my printer as well but one thing at a time here are a list of devices and items that are unkown:
AMD-751[Irongate] AGP Bridge
AMD-751[Irongate] System Controler
AMD Athlon(tm) Processor, 800 MHz
Linux ohci_hcd OHCI Controller
Main Memory
Partition (repeated 6 times)
PnP Unclassified device (repeated 12 times)
SiS 6326
VIA IEEE 1394 Host Controller

This strange to me as some of these are correctly identified and have to be doing something and others I don't really know where to start to figure out what they are as all the cards I have are identified in the file. How do I start getting Suse to identify these items?


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