So I found a nice command “last reboot” and notice my server reboot a lot. I have the same problem and for thepast few months i got no solution. The patch from the Marvell website didn’t help either, I got the same results Alan did. Thu Aug 18, 3: October 9th, 6. You will need to be logged in to be able to post a reply.
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Marvell Technology Group Ltd. 88E PCI-E Gigabit Ethernet Controller (rev 19) –
Since you have vanilla, maybe that is the current issue. Wed Sep 14, 8: Thu Aug 18, 1: It controllre also have been useful to provide the name and version of the Ubuntu Marvell NIC driver that works, and the driver version gitabit is trying to use in ClearOS.
I really don’t know what to do Seems I have the same problem describe here. PF is null ‘digest-sk98l’; exiting. October 6th, 5. I have the same problem and for thepast few months i got no solution.
When the kernel is changed it will affect you. You built the module for 2. So who owns interrupt 17? Wed Aug 17, 1: When i replied to your post i was working remotly in the box, and i gigabir the remote reboot option OFF.
Re: Marvell 802.11g wireless driver?
In the readme it simply says type. Wed Aug 17, You need to reboot to 2. After several hours I notice: I tried the built in driver for New SysKonnect and the other and even the old Marvell Yukon before posting this thread, and nothing for both. Subscribe via email Subscribe via email.
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Re: Marvell g wireless driver?
October 10th, 7. Marvell Technology Group Ltd.
Either using the kernel drivers builtin ethernnet as mods havent helped. In his “ifconfig -a” he shows enp2s0 as having no traffic this leading us to reasonably believe that this is the Marvell NIC. Then make your kernel, copy the kernel files, and reboot if you need help with this just look in to the gentoo docs.
So I found a nice command “last reboot” and notice my server reboot a lot. When I’m reboot my server, the eth0 “wake up” again and work for some time. Goto you kernel config make menuconfig and compile this into your kernel: And what is patching the kernel? Thu Aug 18, 7: Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct. I now use sk98lin driver instead of sky2. Dude, you have hassled your self way too much