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Steps to install Marvell Yukon 88E8036 on Fedora Core 4

Hey guys,

Thanks to all who responded regarding the Marvell
Yukon ethernet adaptor. As was mentioned I had to
download the driver and then install it. This is
almost plug and play. Just download the file named:
install-_31.tar.bz2 and then just follow the

1. Basically bunzip2 the file. 
2. Untar it
3. cd DriverInstall
4. Run the install.sh script with super user

5. One thing to note is to make sure you have the soft
link as follows:

ln -s /usr/src/kernels/KERNEL_VERSION /usr/src/linux

where KERNEL_VERSION is your kernel version that you
have in the /usr/src/kernels directory.

Thanks once again and hope this helps others.
Vinay Raghavan

--- Pedro Fernandes Macedo
<webmaster margo bijoux nom br> wrote:

> Vinay Venkataraghavan wrote:
> > Hey guys,
> >
> > I know there is a lot of discussion about this
> topic
> > floating around but I have not found a solution
> that
> > works for me. Fedora Core 4 ships with the sk98lin
> > module. I installed the driver but still no luck. 
> >   
> IIRC, that is the same network adapter my brother
> has on his laptop. He 
> had to download the driver from syskonnect/marvell
> and he has to 
> recompile it every time he updates the kernel.
> The latest kernels are improving support for that
> adapter, but it's not 
> perfect yet.
> --
> Pedro Macedo
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