[syslinux] Yukon Nic

Matt Barbieri MBarbieri at stayinfront.com
Wed Jan 10 13:12:44 PST 2007

Marvell Yukon 88E8055 PCIe Gigabit Ethernet Controller 

Marvell Base code (20060516),
Yukon PXE Version (20060704), 
PXE v2.1.

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From: syslinux-bounces at zytor.com [mailto:syslinux-bounces at zytor.com] On
Behalf Of H. Peter Anvin
Sent: Tuesday, January 09, 2007 8:37 PM
To: coldium at asiec.ru
Cc: steven at nchc.org.tw; jhshiau at yahoo.com; Matt Barbieri;
syslinux at zytor.com; Dave Haakenhout
Subject: Re: [syslinux] Yukon Nic

H. Peter Anvin wrote:
> Matt Barbieri wrote:
>> I have the exact same problem with a Marvell Yukon.  Once we got the
>> Fujitsu P1610 laptops, I had to disable menu.c32 and go back to a
>> text menu.  Is there any fix available?  Neither vesamenu.c32 or
>> menu.c32 work with this card.
> Very odd.  I have a couple of specimens of the Yukon PCIe card; I will

> have to try it out on those.  I could swear it worked, but perhaps I'm

> misremembering.  It's of course also fully possible that these cards
> something blatantly illegal that is impossible to deal with.

Hmmm... my Syskonnect/Marvell Yukon2 PCIe card (SK-9E21D) doesn't seem 
to have this problem at all.  I need more information about both your 
network card and what version of the PXE stack that it contains.


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