MARVELL 8053 LINUX DRIVER
I’m using gentoo-r6 also. October 9th, 6. Goto you kernel config make menuconfig and compile this into your kernel: Marvell yukon gigabit ethernet strike again! Sun Aug 21, 2: Wed Aug 17, 1: Any module for Marvell chip?
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What is the error you get? You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. Just to add useful information for future reference – the MAC logic inside the network controller hanging, is an issue in silicon mrvell the firmware the microcontroller in the MAC executes.
View LQ Wiki Contributions. Sat Aug 20, 6: Display posts from previous: And, come to think of it, what is a module? When I googled this problem, there seems to have been a 8035 of problems with this type of card.
Ubuntu Manpage: msk — Marvell/SysKonnect Yukon II Gigabit Ethernet adapter driver
Want to know if that peripheral is compatible with Linux? If you’d like to contribute content, let us know. Sun Aug 21, 4: October 4th, 2.
Marvell Technology Group Ltd. If it is a pci-express bus then it probably is marvel yukon2 chipset. Are you new to LinuxQuestions.
Marvell 88E8053 ExpressCard
I now use sk98lin driver instead of sky2. Link is up at Mbps, full duplex, flow control both.
The time now is Originally posted by imitheos go where you downloaded the file and run Code: I do some research but if someone can tell me more about those options? However i doubt its about the kernel. I have made an ebuild for the llinux drivers, feel free to try it out: Sun Aug 21, 8: Tue Aug 23, 7: I was thinking it’s a driver issue but obviously it’s more?
Originally Posted by Mark Phelps. Here is the output of lshw: I tried skge and sk98lin, both as modules and built in, but neither yielded results. In the readme it simply says type.
The time now is I read a lot of stuff about this and try many things! If yes, which driver to load from rc.
Originally Posted by LaBanane.