In this episode, we will talk about some of the basics of the Linux PCI subsystem, an essential part of the Linux kernel. PCI is an acronym for Peripheral Component Interconnect. It is a local computer bus for attaching hardware devices in a computer. It is also part of the PCI Local Bus standard, a revolution in the development of computer architecture. For more about PCI, PCIe, the driver framework, and how the subsystem enumerates and creates devices, let's look at the video.
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