Mon May 12, 5: Comment 7 jrickman Wed Jul 30, 9: For this testing My “mdadm. Comment 10 jrickman
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Comment 4 Kyle McMartin You can find more information for this driver here: Wed Aug 06, 3: Btw, the driver only works in non-raid mode. The chip called marrvell some manuals seems to be a 88SE Since you don’t need them to boot it’s no problem to have the driver as module. Note You need to log in before you can comment on or make changes to this bug.
Remove ‘rhgb’ and ‘quiet’ from “grub. Comment 5 jrickman Marvell Technology Group Ltd.
For the Marvell 88SX60xx chips, there is a product brief document. Comment 2 jrickman Comment 3 Kyle McMartin Sat Jul 26, 7: For the Marvell 88SX50xx chips, there is a product brief document.
Marvell SATA controller, not recognized? – Ars Technica OpenForum
The code source version is v1. The primary issue seems to be the kernel code on which the vendor’s driver depends has been drastically changed, and neither the vendor nor the kernel sub-system maintainer are willing to fix things. I am no longer using this chipset. To just gain access you only need the Marvell driver patch, in this case both, AHCI and Marvell driver compiled statically into the kernel.
List of Marvell Technology Group chipsets
Wed Jul 30, 5: Don’t panic if the links are not accessible, it’s a pc at home, 88s6111 might be turned off now and then, just try again later. Website, accessed October 19, Mqrvell edited by emerald on Wed Aug 20, 3: Comment 12 jrickman Comment 15 Alan Anderson I’ve modified the marvell driver found at the asus page to work with newer kernels and created a kernel patch, which can be found here: Comment 18 F5BJR wanadoo.
Mon Jul 28, Disabling your PATA port. Comment 16 jrickman The guidelines posted at: Does latest Gentoo version support it out of the box? Use the boot parameter: