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Linux/arch/arm/mach-sa1100/Kconfig

  1 if ARCH_SA1100
  2 
  3 menu "SA11x0 Implementations"
  4 
  5 config SA1100_ASSABET
  6         bool "Assabet"
  7         select ARM_SA1110_CPUFREQ
  8         help
  9           Say Y here if you are using the Intel(R) StrongARM(R) SA-1110
 10           Microprocessor Development Board (also known as the Assabet).
 11 
 12 config ASSABET_NEPONSET
 13         bool "Include support for Neponset"
 14         depends on SA1100_ASSABET
 15         select SA1111
 16         help
 17           Say Y here if you are using the Intel(R) StrongARM(R) SA-1110
 18           Microprocessor Development Board (Assabet)  with the SA-1111
 19           Development Board (Nepon).
 20 
 21 config SA1100_CERF
 22         bool "CerfBoard"
 23         select ARM_SA1110_CPUFREQ
 24         help
 25           The Intrinsyc CerfBoard is based on the StrongARM 1110 (Discontinued).
 26           More information is available at:
 27           <http://www.intrinsyc.com/products/cerfboard/>.
 28 
 29           Say Y if configuring for an Intrinsyc CerfBoard.
 30           Say N otherwise.
 31 
 32 choice
 33         prompt "Cerf Flash available"
 34         depends on SA1100_CERF
 35         default SA1100_CERF_FLASH_8MB
 36 
 37 config SA1100_CERF_FLASH_8MB
 38         bool "8MB"
 39 
 40 config SA1100_CERF_FLASH_16MB
 41         bool "16MB"
 42 
 43 config SA1100_CERF_FLASH_32MB
 44         bool "32MB"
 45 
 46 endchoice
 47 
 48 config SA1100_COLLIE
 49         bool "Sharp Zaurus SL5500"
 50         # FIXME: select ARM_SA11x0_CPUFREQ
 51         select SHARP_LOCOMO
 52         select SHARP_PARAM
 53         select SHARP_SCOOP
 54         help
 55           Say Y here to support the Sharp Zaurus SL5500 PDAs.
 56 
 57 config SA1100_H3100
 58         bool "Compaq iPAQ H3100"
 59         select ARM_SA1110_CPUFREQ
 60         select HTC_EGPIO
 61         select MFD_IPAQ_MICRO
 62         help
 63           Say Y here if you intend to run this kernel on the Compaq iPAQ
 64           H3100 handheld computer.
 65 
 66 config SA1100_H3600
 67         bool "Compaq iPAQ H3600/H3700"
 68         select ARM_SA1110_CPUFREQ
 69         select HTC_EGPIO
 70         select MFD_IPAQ_MICRO
 71         help
 72           Say Y here if you intend to run this kernel on the Compaq iPAQ
 73           H3600 and H3700 handheld computers.
 74 
 75 config SA1100_BADGE4
 76         bool "HP Labs BadgePAD 4"
 77         select ARM_SA1100_CPUFREQ
 78         select SA1111
 79         help
 80           Say Y here if you want to build a kernel for the HP Laboratories
 81           BadgePAD 4.
 82 
 83 config SA1100_JORNADA720
 84         bool "HP Jornada 720"
 85         # FIXME: select ARM_SA11x0_CPUFREQ
 86         select SA1111
 87         help
 88           Say Y here if you want to build a kernel for the HP Jornada 720
 89           handheld computer.  See 
 90           <http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/product?product=61677&cc=us&lc=en&dlc=en&product=61677#> 
 91 
 92 config SA1100_JORNADA720_SSP
 93         bool "HP Jornada 720 Extended SSP driver"
 94         depends on SA1100_JORNADA720
 95         select SA1100_SSP
 96         help
 97           Say Y here if you have a HP Jornada 7xx handheld computer and you
 98           want to access devices connected to the MCU. Those include the
 99           keyboard, touchscreen, backlight and battery. This driver also activates
100           the generic SSP which it extends.
101 
102 config SA1100_HACKKIT
103         bool "HackKit Core CPU Board"
104         select ARM_SA1100_CPUFREQ
105         help
106           Say Y here to support the HackKit Core CPU Board
107           <http://hackkit.eletztrick.de>;
108 
109 config SA1100_LART
110         bool "LART"
111         select ARM_SA1100_CPUFREQ
112         help
113           Say Y here if you are using the Linux Advanced Radio Terminal
114           (also known as the LART).  See <http://www.lartmaker.nl/> for
115           information on the LART.
116 
117 config SA1100_NANOENGINE
118         bool "nanoEngine"
119         select ARM_SA1110_CPUFREQ
120         select PCI
121         select PCI_NANOENGINE
122         help
123           Say Y here if you are using the Bright Star Engineering nanoEngine.
124           See <http://www.brightstareng.com/arm/nanoeng.htm> for information
125           on the BSE nanoEngine.
126 
127 config SA1100_PLEB
128         bool "PLEB"
129         select ARM_SA1100_CPUFREQ
130         help
131           Say Y here if you are using version 1 of the Portable Linux
132           Embedded Board (also known as PLEB).
133           See <http://www.disy.cse.unsw.edu.au/Hardware/PLEB/>
134           for more information.
135 
136 config SA1100_SHANNON
137         bool "Shannon"
138         select ARM_SA1100_CPUFREQ
139         help
140           The Shannon (also known as a Tuxscreen, and also as a IS2630) was a
141           limited edition webphone produced by Philips. The Shannon is a SA1100
142           platform with a 640x480 LCD, touchscreen, CIR keyboard, PCMCIA slots,
143           and a telco interface.
144 
145 config SA1100_SIMPAD
146         bool "Simpad"
147         select ARM_SA1110_CPUFREQ
148         help
149           The SIEMENS webpad SIMpad is based on the StrongARM 1110. There
150           are two different versions CL4 and SL4. CL4 has 32MB RAM and 16MB
151           FLASH. The SL4 version got 64 MB RAM and 32 MB FLASH and a
152           PCMCIA-Slot. The version for the Germany Telecom (DTAG) is the same
153           like CL4 in additional it has a PCMCIA-Slot. For more information
154           visit <http://www.usa.siemens.com/> or <http://www.siemens.ch/>.
155 
156 config SA1100_SSP
157         tristate "Generic PIO SSP"
158         help
159           Say Y here to enable support for the generic PIO SSP driver.
160           This isn't for audio support, but for attached sensors and
161           other devices, eg for BadgePAD 4 sensor support.
162 
163 endmenu
164 
165 endif
166 

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