Using "lspci" in rules.xml script does not work (SLES 15 SP2->SP3 regression)
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- By default, lspci uses the /usr/share/pci.ids file to determine class and device names.
- The /usr/share/pci.ids file is a link to /usr/share/pci.ids.d/pci.ids.dist
- But at the time that an autoyast rules.xml script runs, the /usr/share/pci.ids->/usr/share/pci.ids.d/pci.ids.dist link does not exist.
- So if a rules.xml script calls “lspci” and relies on the output containing class or device names, it will fail.
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- Creation Date: 01-Sep-2021
- Modified Date:01-Sep-2021
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