lspci just looks the PCI vendor id/device ids up in /usr/share/hwdata/pci.ids so your hardware is newer than that file. [by TrevorH]
I briefly read the manual of lspci, where I found out that there is a machine-readable format lspci output using "-m" or "-mm" or "-vmm".
I need to print out the device name, the device id and the kernel module driver in use using the machine-readable format.
I tried this command:
$ lspci -vmm -v -nn -d 10de:0393
Class: VGA compatible controller 
Vendor: NVIDIA Corporatio
lspci is not implemented in petalinux. So is there any alternative for this?
Any file where I can read lspci output ?