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Name: AR7161 SoC

Note: Atheros AR7161

Atheros AR7161 system boards give the following lspci output:
00:00.0 Non-VGA unclassified device [0000]: Device [0700:1107] (rev 01)

The vendor ID 0700 might be used erroneously.

I've found this on an Ubiquity LS-SR71 (MIPS 24Kc V7.4, 680MHz), but it's also used on many other router boards.

chf

2013-09-06 05:42:28

Could you post the whole lspci -knn output on pastebin.com and share the link here?

AlbertP

2013-09-08 21:31:29

Weird behaviour:

# uname -srvmp
Linux 2.6.32.27 #2 Thu Dec 22 03:16:37 CET 2011 mips unknown
# lspci -knn
00:00.0 Non-VGA unclassified device [0000]: Device [0700:1107] (rev 01)

On another box (same hardware, but Linux 3.3.8), the lspci output is empty as long as no mini-pci card is installed:

# uname -srvmp
Linux 3.3.8 #1 Mon May 20 16:56:31 EDT 2013 mips unknown
# lspci -knn

chf

2013-09-09 18:48:22

Since it's an unclassified device, I'd rather think of a bug in the software/hardware that makes this appear. It doesn't look like the device actually has any function.

AlbertP

2013-09-12 17:50:52

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