- Run lspci and find the line containing the words "VGA compatible controller:". Write down the PCI bus ID number given in the left-most column with the format nn:nn.n (in red).
01:00.0 VGA compatible controller: ATI Technologies Inc M22 [Radeon Mobility M300]
- Run 'lspci -s nn:nn.n -n' to identify the hardware vendor:device ID of the video card for the given PCI bus ID.
$ lspci -s 01:00.0 -n
01:00.0 0300: 1002:5460
- Search the main table below by vendor:device ID. In the example above the vendor:device ID is 1002:5460. As the list is long, you can start by using the vendor/manufacturer links in the table below. Identify the X.Org driver you need to use.
- If you can’t find your card in the list, or there are no vendor:device numbers listed, please be kind enough to report manufacturer, model, vendor and device numbers and if you have it working, xserver and driver you used.
Warning: The PCI ID device names associated with a vendor:device ID may change with time. Different kernels may report different names for the same card (On Debian systems you can update the list with the command update-pciids). Also, there are many subvendors and subdevices out there in the chipset jungle whose names are not listed here. Therefore, search preferentially by vendor:device ID and pay less attention to device and manufacturer names reported with lspci.
VendorID 和 DeviceID太多，贴不上了，去网站看去吧