PCIE Tutorial: How to Test in Linux

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PCIE Tutorial: How to Test in Linux

Understanding how pcie protocol works is one thing. Testing it with a real system is quite another. It requires a fine knowledge of operating system, driver development, debug tool, etc. But understanding how pcie end point works in the overall system, root complex plus end point, is critical to design a pcie end point which can work eventually.

This post touches how to test a pcie end point in a Linux system.

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1 Comment
  1. Ravenhill 3 weeks ago

    Thanks. Good quick intro to a novice.


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