All times are GMT Website, accessed August 8, Join Date Dec Posts Actually in the Kernel 2. Use the boot option ‘ahci.

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While these devices claim to have AHCI support, they have quirks that need to be handled. Penton Media Community Leaders: Originally Posted by Bdzzld.

Marvell Debuts Serial ATA II

Had these issues with Debian this year, I just made a custom patch to put the marvell module driver into the kernel source not a moduleI hate initrd. I was able to get the RHEL4qr1. The only page for their Ethernet chipsets is: You can find more information for this driver here: PATA hardware issue [32]. Yukon Gigabit Ethernet Controllers. Website, accessed October 19, The following utilize 88E80xx Yukon Gigabit Ethernet chipsets: Our weekly Insider newsletter is for you. I know there is marvel support there now in 2.

I’ve already done so otherwise Kudzu would not detect the controllerbut the HDD is not 88sx6401 Just an update to this thread, since I found it via google.


What you need is a server with a marvekl install of CentOS 4 on it, compile the driver from source and then boot on the server with the Marvell H2 from the CentOS CD, load up that driver, then install. Hi, I’ve contacted SuperMicro about this problem and they’ve just sent me an.

Marell Date May Posts You can browse this file here by Web Git: Thanks for everyone who have helped me in some way This workaround work only with chipset that have AHCI support. For the Marvell 88SX60xx chips, there is a product brief document.

Join Date Jul Posts Hi Steven, Thanks for your response No mwrvell information for this chipset with Google search. I’m definitely sure it’s not supported by the 2.

List of Marvell Technology Group chipsets

I’ve finally managed to get the controller working by mounting the. If can take a look if it’s online if you want Marvell doesn’t provide a lot of information for these chipsets on their website.


Hope this save’s someone a bit of time. I’ve tried all kinds of drivers for RHEL4qu1 too but none of them unfortunately work Then just download the source and make your own drives, then insmod Don’t reboot yet, mount the newly installed OS and then roll your own initrd. Hmm, you’re not booting from a drive on that controller?

Marvell doesn’t provide public information for these chipsets on the Marvell’s website.