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For Marvell 88Ex chip, there is a product brief document http: Wed Jul 30, 9: Wed Jul 30, 1: Btw, the driver only works in non-raid mode. Thanks for a fast reply.

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Sounds not so good from a performance point of view. I can’t find any kind of a driver for this.

Using the Marvell 88SE61xx controllers

Use the boot parameter: MAP [ P0 — P1 — ] scsi1: You can browse this file here by Web Git: Marvell Technology Group Ltd. Wed Aug 06, 3: For the Marvell 88SX60xx chips, there is a product brief document. Website, accessed October 19, For Marvell 88Ex chip, there is a product 88we6121 document http: This is a list of computer chipsets made by Marvell Technology Group.

While these devices claim to have AHCI support, they have quirks 88se612 need to be handled. For Marvell the 88SE91xx chips, there is a product brief document.


Have you tried a SATA optical drive? Marvell doesn’t provide public information for these chipsets on the Marvell’s website.

Hosting by Gossamer Threads Inc. I kept it on Legacy. Currently in the Kernel 2. If you are not using the AHCI driver it’s no problem that way and it will work.

List of Marvell Technology Group chipsets

Unknown device rev b1. Mon Jul 28, 6: Sat Jul 26, 7: As of the present date [11 January ], the Linux kernel supports at least the 88SE chips.

No other information for this chipset with Google search. 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: This workaround work only with chipset that have AHCI support.

So your option is to compile the 88SE61xx driver mv as marcell and let udev handle it automatically or auto-insert the driver on boot. SATA link up 3. Yukon Gigabit Ethernet Controllers.


Marvell SATA controller, not recognized?

Display posts from previous: These ID lists usually in form of a pci. Don’t panic if the links are not accessible, it’s a pc at home, which might be turned off ire and then, just try again later. Since the AHCI driver will without parameter automatically claim control of the marvell chip on load it’s also no use to compile both as module and insert the AHCI driver first, then the other one won’t load and you can’t use the ide port same as without this mv driver.

The only page for their SATA chipsets is: Marvell Technology Group Ltd.