Attached are 3 archives, the source for PCITools v2.2.9 software including the v2.2.9 framework, a universal installer for PCITools v2.2.9 and a universal installer for the newer PCITools v3.0.0 which at this time is not available anywhere but insanelymac.com.
The binaries have been compiled to work in 10.4.x and 10.5.x on Intel or PPC Macs and Hacks.
People reported issues with the binaries but no one reported any details of the crash so it is impossible to determine if the issue is their machine or the binaries but since I provided the source I don't understand why they didn't build and install it to see if the binaries are at fault, for those who don't know how to do this here are the commands on how, expand the archive in your home directory, open a terminal window and issue the following commands
cd PCITools-2.2.9; xcodebuild; sudo xcodebuild DSTROOT=/ installand restart the machine.
I built and tested these binaries, all tests were reported on Core 2 DUO or better machines and I did not experienced any crashes.
I have re-uploaded everything so at this time, anyone experiencing any issues has probably got some hidden problem with their system cause I couldn't get it to crash 1 time on 11 different machines.
In case you don't know how a framework works, if you build the source you actually have to install it to test it because the applications rely upon the framework to do it's thing, and ownership/permissions is important and this is why I provided a binary installation to ensure they were built and installed properly.
Please don't send me any PM's unless you been invited to do so, I am not here to provide personalized support for free and there are other people here who can answer pretty much any question you might have.
If you try to build the framework and you experience an issue trying to load the extension without having the framework installed in it's destination it is clear you have no clue how linking or a frameworks works and should not be attempting to generate your own installation, use the provided binaries and save yourself from looking like a fool.
updated pci ID's and lspci/setpci man pages to reflect Mac OS X installation options.