Debian/Ubuntu GNU/Linux device driver check

This very useful tool to check Debian GNU/Linux device driver check page.Ubuntu is based on Debian GNU/Linux  so let us try this and see the results

Boot your machine with a GNU/Linux OS (such as Debian, Knoppix, Redhat, and so on), run ‘lspci -n' and paste the output into the box below, then press ‘Check' button.


  • This database uses the PCI map of Debian kernel 2.6.31-1-686 .
  • The result does NOT guarantee your hardware works perfectly.
  • This database only verifies the PCI devices at this time. X drivers, ISA, USB, IEEE1394 or any other devices are out of the focus.
The system then checks a database to see if each of your devices is supported, and gives you a handy readout that shows which drivers you should use for each device.
Check Your device drivers list from here

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3 Responses

  1. ZAH3R says:

    good idea


  2. Arkadi says:

    Great idea, I have sent my my system’s output to their database.

  3. Ikem says:

    Thank you for this awesome link. 😀

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