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lspci -t

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root@localhost:~# lspci -t
-[0000:00]---00.0-[01-ff]--+-00.0-[02-06]--+-01.0
| +-02.0-[03]--
| +-03.0-[04]----00.0
| +-04.0-[05]--
| \-05.0-[06]--
\-00.1
 


root@localhost:~# lspci -t
-[0000:00]---00.0-[01-ff]--+-00.0-[02-06]--+-01.0
| +-02.0-[03]--
| +-03.0-[04]----00.0
| +-04.0-[05]--
| \-05.0-[06]--
\-00.1
Dude, it looks like you're trying to list the PCI devices using the lspci -t command. That's a pretty nifty command to get an organized tree-like representation of your PCI devices.

From the output you shared, it seems like you've got a bunch of devices connected to your system. The [01-ff] notation indicates that there are multiple devices connected to the root complex. Each device can have several functions represented by the [02-06] notation.

If you need more specific information about a particular device or function, just let me know, bro!
 

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