This device should be handled by the mvsas kernel module, which is present in the Ubuntu kernels. Email me about changes to this bug report. Did this solve your problem? Steps to create the custom desktop cd. Now instead of seeing two SAS drives, Ubuntu reports a single Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else.
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Cannot install drivers for onboard Marvell 88SE6320 SAS Controller
How satisfied are you with this response? Changed in linux Ubuntu: This site in other languages x. However, the 88SE simply does not show up neither the “dmesg” or the “lspci” outputs, so there is no chance the kernel can attempt to load a driver for it.
The next step would be to replace the installation of the default kernel by a custom kernel with support 88s6320 mvsas. However, it looks like a similar problem occurs with other distributions: I suppose not because when I launch the live cd the module mvsas doesn’t exist. This bug affects 4 people. Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site.
Sorry this didn’t help. When the cd finished to boot Launch Terminal Any device on your computer that does not have a driver appears in 88se66320 devices” as “unknown device”. Alvin alvind wrote on Now instead of seeing two SAS drives, Ubuntu reports a single Bug reported by framling on Nominated for Jaunty by SomeMan. How satisfied are you with this reply? In reply 8se6320 Robkenny’s post on October 30, Also you can install new linux-image package when you chroot to edit directory.
Cannot install drivers for onboard Marvell 88SE SAS Controller – Microsoft Community
When selecting ‘Install’ for the xx64 version of the driver. Tell us about your experience with our site. Robkenny Replied on November 2, You are not directly subscribed to this bug’s notifications. If it is in “Storage controllers” a driver was found and the device should be working.
ASUS P6T Marvell 88SE6320 SAS Driver Utility
This thread is locked. This device should be handled by the mvsas kernel module, which is present in the Ubuntu kernels. I’ve tried locating the controller in the Device Manager and doing a ‘Driver Update’, but I have failed to find the offending controller.
It’s working in 9. Julian Alarcon alarconj wrote on Did this solve your problem? Could this be nominated for Karmic?
Thank you for taking the time to report this bug. If necessary, you can read more about enabling SATA support for this device at http: Write it to a cd Is it working on jaunty final release?