Open Source Consulting Domain Registration. Oh, I have already tried all of the solutions provided in this guide, to no avail. Posted September 19, Has anybody gotten this to work on New to this site Help a noob out, whatdaya say Fedora Core 3 Posts:
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Marvell Yukon 88E8036 PCI-E Fast Ethernet Controller 32 Bits Driver problem
I had it working fine and easily on Posted January 3, I assume you can just swap out the AppleYukon. Has any of you guys or gals found a fix around for this? This is known problem for acer notebook. Help a noob out, whatdaya say Posted January 25, Visit the following links: Posted December 20, Posted October 12, Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies.
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He said the file was listed above, but I just went through this thread and couldn’t find it–is it an attachment or a link to crapshare or something? Unforutnately it didn’t work.
Take a look at the log file install. Posted September 19, I’ve tried doing this and it didn’t work. Check kernel header version Kernel: Marvell Yukon 88E pci-e fast ethernet controller not being detected in Fedora 3. I dunno ehernet sure cause I don’t use FC. I had to use the kernel from kernel.
Marvell Yukon 88E PCI-E Fast Ethernet Controller 32 Bits Driver – Microsoft Community
If you need to reset your password, click here. Actuallynhad to take the kernel patch route outlined in the installation instructions provided with the driver.
Posted October 21, Posted October 25, Find More Posts by imitheos. The time now is Below is a screen shot of my system. I tried that, as I explained already above.
Any updates on the 88e with Acer laptops yet?
Posted October 8, Still waiting for a working fix Find More Posts by pandasonic. For some reason my ethernet only works and connects to the internet if I boot up using “-f” at boot. Find More Posts by Jerre Cope.