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How can I arrange PCI Express slots for a specific order? I use a PCI express VideoCapture Card and 8 camera on Ubuntu 18.04 and after reboot the order of the camera that is connected to slots changes. I would like to keep the camera-slot order permanent. Maybe I should write a rule but how can I write a rule for this purpose.

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  • Assuming you mean /dev/video0, /dev/video1 etc. by "slots": The order will always be random. Use udev rules to make symlinks, use the symlinks instead of the "raw" device names. Look at /dev/disk/by-* for an example how this works for disks.
    – dirkt
    Commented Jul 22, 2019 at 20:14
  • Yes, I mean [/dev/video0] therefore I cannot find the idvendor, idproduct and serial number of camera that is mounted VideoCapture Card. [lspci -n] only shows me the idvendor of VideoCapture Card. How can I find the idvendor of camera ? Thanks.
    – OsmanBerk
    Commented Jul 23, 2019 at 6:49
  • Try lspci -nv, the subsystem vendor:id is the only additional information for PCI cards I know of. There's no universal for "idproduct" or serial number in PCI cards. If you have a single PCI cards which 8 cameras attached (I've never heard about something like this), please edit question with the lspci -nn for the card so we can identify it, and use udevadm to inspect which information you get about each of the cameras.
    – dirkt
    Commented Jul 23, 2019 at 10:00

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What's the name of the camera device you would like to assign to a specific card? Running sudo udevadm info -q all -a -n <device pathname> should give you a listing of all the udev attributes you can use for creating udev rules for that particular device.

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  • I cannot the connection info about camera that is mounted VideoCapture Card so how can i find device pathname?
    – OsmanBerk
    Commented Jul 23, 2019 at 7:44

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