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Linux/drivers/hid/Kconfig

  1 #
  2 # HID driver configuration
  3 #
  4 menu "HID support"
  5      depends on INPUT
  6 
  7 config HID
  8         tristate "HID bus support"
  9         depends on INPUT
 10         default y
 11         ---help---
 12           A human interface device (HID) is a type of computer device that
 13           interacts directly with and takes input from humans. The term "HID"
 14           most commonly used to refer to the USB-HID specification, but other
 15           devices (such as, but not strictly limited to, Bluetooth) are
 16           designed using HID specification (this involves certain keyboards,
 17           mice, tablets, etc). This option adds the HID bus to the kernel,
 18           together with generic HID layer code. The HID devices are added and
 19           removed from the HID bus by the transport-layer drivers, such as
 20           usbhid (USB_HID) and hidp (BT_HIDP).
 21 
 22           For docs and specs, see http://www.usb.org/developers/hidpage/
 23 
 24           If unsure, say Y.
 25 
 26 if HID
 27 
 28 config HID_BATTERY_STRENGTH
 29         bool "Battery level reporting for HID devices"
 30         depends on HID
 31         select POWER_SUPPLY
 32         default n
 33         ---help---
 34         This option adds support of reporting battery strength (for HID devices
 35         that support this feature) through power_supply class so that userspace
 36         tools, such as upower, can display it.
 37 
 38 config HIDRAW
 39         bool "/dev/hidraw raw HID device support"
 40         depends on HID
 41         ---help---
 42         Say Y here if you want to support HID devices (from the USB
 43         specification standpoint) that aren't strictly user interface
 44         devices, like monitor controls and Uninterruptable Power Supplies.
 45 
 46         This module supports these devices separately using a separate
 47         event interface on /dev/hidraw.
 48 
 49         There is also a /dev/hiddev configuration option in the USB HID
 50         configuration menu. In comparison to hiddev, this device does not process
 51         the hid events at all (no parsing, no lookups). This lets applications
 52         to work on raw hid events when they want to, and avoid using transport-specific
 53         userspace libhid/libusb libraries.
 54 
 55         If unsure, say Y.
 56 
 57 config UHID
 58         tristate "User-space I/O driver support for HID subsystem"
 59         depends on HID
 60         default n
 61         ---help---
 62         Say Y here if you want to provide HID I/O Drivers from user-space.
 63         This allows to write I/O drivers in user-space and feed the data from
 64         the device into the kernel. The kernel parses the HID reports, loads the
 65         corresponding HID Device Driver or provides input devices on top of your
 66         user-space device.
 67 
 68         This driver cannot be used to parse HID-reports in user-space and write
 69         special HID-drivers. You should use hidraw for that.
 70         Instead, this driver allows to write the transport-layer driver in
 71         user-space like USB-HID and Bluetooth-HID do in kernel-space.
 72 
 73         If unsure, say N.
 74 
 75         To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the
 76         module will be called uhid.
 77 
 78 config HID_GENERIC
 79         tristate "Generic HID driver"
 80         depends on HID
 81         default HID
 82         ---help---
 83         Support for generic devices on the HID bus. This includes most
 84         keyboards and mice, joysticks, tablets and digitizers.
 85 
 86         To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the module
 87         will be called hid-generic.
 88 
 89         If unsure, say Y.
 90 
 91 menu "Special HID drivers"
 92         depends on HID
 93 
 94 config HID_A4TECH
 95         tristate "A4 tech mice"
 96         depends on HID
 97         default !EXPERT
 98         ---help---
 99         Support for A4 tech X5 and WOP-35 / Trust 450L mice.
100 
101 config HID_ACRUX
102         tristate "ACRUX game controller support"
103         depends on HID
104         ---help---
105         Say Y here if you want to enable support for ACRUX game controllers.
106 
107 config HID_ACRUX_FF
108         bool "ACRUX force feedback support"
109         depends on HID_ACRUX
110         select INPUT_FF_MEMLESS
111         ---help---
112         Say Y here if you want to enable force feedback support for ACRUX
113         game controllers.
114 
115 config HID_APPLE
116         tristate "Apple {i,Power,Mac}Books"
117         depends on HID
118         default !EXPERT
119         ---help---
120         Support for some Apple devices which less or more break
121         HID specification.
122 
123         Say Y here if you want support for keyboards of Apple iBooks, PowerBooks,
124         MacBooks, MacBook Pros and Apple Aluminum.
125 
126 config HID_APPLEIR
127         tristate "Apple infrared receiver"
128         depends on (USB_HID)
129         ---help---
130         Support for Apple infrared remote control. All the Apple computers from
131           2005 onwards include such a port, except the unibody Macbook (2009),
132           and Mac Pros. This receiver is also used in the Apple TV set-top box
133           prior to the 2010 model.
134 
135         Say Y here if you want support for Apple infrared remote control.
136 
137 config HID_AUREAL
138         tristate "Aureal"
139         depends on HID
140         ---help---
141         Support for Aureal Cy se W-01RN Remote Controller and other Aureal derived remotes.
142 
143 config HID_BELKIN
144         tristate "Belkin Flip KVM and Wireless keyboard"
145         depends on HID
146         default !EXPERT
147         ---help---
148         Support for Belkin Flip KVM and Wireless keyboard.
149 
150 config HID_BETOP_FF
151         tristate "Betop Production Inc. force feedback support"
152         depends on USB_HID
153         select INPUT_FF_MEMLESS
154         ---help---
155         Say Y here if you want to enable force feedback support for devices by
156         BETOP Production Ltd.
157         Currently the following devices are known to be supported:
158          - BETOP 2185 PC & BFM MODE
159 
160 config HID_CHERRY
161         tristate "Cherry Cymotion keyboard"
162         depends on HID
163         default !EXPERT
164         ---help---
165         Support for Cherry Cymotion keyboard.
166 
167 config HID_CHICONY
168         tristate "Chicony Tactical pad"
169         depends on HID
170         default !EXPERT
171         ---help---
172         Support for Chicony Tactical pad.
173 
174 config HID_CORSAIR
175         tristate "Corsair devices"
176         depends on HID && USB && LEDS_CLASS
177         ---help---
178         Support for Corsair devices that are not fully compliant with the
179         HID standard.
180 
181         Supported devices:
182         - Vengeance K90
183 
184 config HID_PRODIKEYS
185         tristate "Prodikeys PC-MIDI Keyboard support"
186         depends on HID && SND
187         select SND_RAWMIDI
188         ---help---
189         Support for Prodikeys PC-MIDI Keyboard device support.
190         Say Y here to enable support for this device.
191         - Prodikeys PC-MIDI keyboard.
192           The Prodikeys PC-MIDI acts as a USB Audio device, with one MIDI
193           input and one MIDI output. These MIDI jacks appear as
194           a sound "card" in the ALSA sound system.
195           Note: if you say N here, this device will still function as a basic
196           multimedia keyboard, but will lack support for the musical keyboard
197           and some additional multimedia keys.
198 
199 config HID_CP2112
200         tristate "Silicon Labs CP2112 HID USB-to-SMBus Bridge support"
201         depends on USB_HID && I2C && GPIOLIB
202         ---help---
203         Support for Silicon Labs CP2112 HID USB to SMBus Master Bridge.
204         This is a HID device driver which registers as an i2c adapter
205         and gpiochip to expose these functions of the CP2112. The
206         customizable USB descriptor fields are exposed as sysfs attributes.
207 
208 config HID_CYPRESS
209         tristate "Cypress mouse and barcode readers"
210         depends on HID
211         default !EXPERT
212         ---help---
213         Support for cypress mouse and barcode readers.
214 
215 config HID_DRAGONRISE
216         tristate "DragonRise Inc. game controller"
217         depends on HID
218         ---help---
219         Say Y here if you have DragonRise Inc. game controllers.
220         These might be branded as:
221         - Tesun USB-703
222         - Media-tech MT1504 "Rogue"
223         - DVTech JS19 "Gear"
224         - Defender Game Master
225 
226 config DRAGONRISE_FF
227         bool "DragonRise Inc. force feedback"
228         depends on HID_DRAGONRISE
229         select INPUT_FF_MEMLESS
230         ---help---
231         Say Y here if you want to enable force feedback support for DragonRise Inc.
232         game controllers.
233 
234 config HID_EMS_FF
235         tristate "EMS Production Inc. force feedback support"
236         depends on HID
237         select INPUT_FF_MEMLESS
238         ---help---
239         Say Y here if you want to enable force feedback support for devices by
240         EMS Production Ltd.
241         Currently the following devices are known to be supported:
242          - Trio Linker Plus II
243 
244 config HID_ELECOM
245         tristate "ELECOM BM084 bluetooth mouse"
246         depends on HID
247         ---help---
248         Support for the ELECOM BM084 (bluetooth mouse).
249 
250 config HID_ELO
251         tristate "ELO USB 4000/4500 touchscreen"
252         depends on USB_HID
253         ---help---
254         Support for the ELO USB 4000/4500 touchscreens. Note that this is for
255         different devices than those handled by CONFIG_TOUCHSCREEN_USB_ELO.
256 
257 config HID_EZKEY
258         tristate "Ezkey BTC 8193 keyboard"
259         depends on HID
260         default !EXPERT
261         ---help---
262         Support for Ezkey BTC 8193 keyboard.
263 
264 config HID_GEMBIRD
265         tristate "Gembird Joypad"
266         depends on HID
267         ---help---
268         Support for Gembird JPD-DualForce 2.
269 
270 config HID_GFRM
271         tristate "Google Fiber TV Box remote control support"
272         depends on HID
273         ---help---
274         Support for Google Fiber TV Box remote controls
275 
276 config HID_HOLTEK
277         tristate "Holtek HID devices"
278         depends on USB_HID
279         ---help---
280         Support for Holtek based devices:
281           - Holtek On Line Grip based game controller
282           - Trust GXT 18 Gaming Keyboard
283           - Sharkoon Drakonia / Perixx MX-2000 gaming mice
284           - Tracer Sniper TRM-503 / NOVA Gaming Slider X200 /
285             Zalman ZM-GM1
286           - SHARKOON DarkGlider Gaming mouse
287           - LEETGION Hellion Gaming Mouse
288 
289 config HOLTEK_FF
290         bool "Holtek On Line Grip force feedback support"
291         depends on HID_HOLTEK
292         select INPUT_FF_MEMLESS
293         ---help---
294           Say Y here if you have a Holtek On Line Grip based game controller
295           and want to have force feedback support for it.
296 
297 config HID_GT683R
298         tristate "MSI GT68xR LED support"
299         depends on LEDS_CLASS && USB_HID
300         ---help---
301         Say Y here if you want to enable support for the three MSI GT68xR LEDs
302 
303         This driver support following modes:
304           - Normal: LEDs are fully on when enabled
305           - Audio:  LEDs brightness depends on sound level
306           - Breathing: LEDs brightness varies at human breathing rate
307 
308         Currently the following devices are know to be supported:
309           - MSI GT683R
310 
311 config HID_KEYTOUCH
312         tristate "Keytouch HID devices"
313         depends on HID
314         ---help---
315         Support for Keytouch HID devices not fully compliant with
316         the specification. Currently supported:
317                 - Keytouch IEC 60945
318 
319 config HID_KYE
320         tristate "KYE/Genius devices"
321         depends on HID
322         ---help---
323         Support for KYE/Genius devices not fully compliant with HID standard:
324         - Ergo Mouse
325         - EasyPen i405X tablet
326         - MousePen i608X tablet
327         - EasyPen M610X tablet
328 
329 config HID_UCLOGIC
330         tristate "UC-Logic"
331         depends on USB_HID
332         ---help---
333         Support for UC-Logic and Huion tablets.
334 
335 config HID_WALTOP
336         tristate "Waltop"
337         depends on HID
338         ---help---
339         Support for Waltop tablets.
340 
341 config HID_GYRATION
342         tristate "Gyration remote control"
343         depends on HID
344         ---help---
345         Support for Gyration remote control.
346 
347 config HID_ICADE
348         tristate "ION iCade arcade controller"
349         depends on HID
350         ---help---
351         Support for the ION iCade arcade controller to work as a joystick.
352 
353         To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the
354         module will be called hid-icade.
355 
356 config HID_TWINHAN
357         tristate "Twinhan IR remote control"
358         depends on HID
359         ---help---
360         Support for Twinhan IR remote control.
361 
362 config HID_KENSINGTON
363         tristate "Kensington Slimblade Trackball"
364         depends on HID
365         default !EXPERT
366         ---help---
367         Support for Kensington Slimblade Trackball.
368 
369 config HID_LCPOWER
370         tristate "LC-Power"
371         depends on HID
372         ---help---
373         Support for LC-Power RC1000MCE RF remote control.
374 
375 config HID_LENOVO
376         tristate "Lenovo / Thinkpad devices"
377         depends on HID
378         select NEW_LEDS
379         select LEDS_CLASS
380         ---help---
381         Support for Lenovo devices that are not fully compliant with HID standard.
382 
383         Say Y if you want support for the non-compliant features of the Lenovo
384         Thinkpad standalone keyboards, e.g:
385         - ThinkPad USB Keyboard with TrackPoint (supports extra LEDs and trackpoint
386           configuration)
387         - ThinkPad Compact Bluetooth Keyboard with TrackPoint (supports Fn keys)
388         - ThinkPad Compact USB Keyboard with TrackPoint (supports Fn keys)
389 
390 config HID_LOGITECH
391         tristate "Logitech devices"
392         depends on HID
393         default !EXPERT
394         ---help---
395         Support for Logitech devices that are not fully compliant with HID standard.
396 
397 config HID_LOGITECH_DJ
398         tristate "Logitech Unifying receivers full support"
399         depends on HIDRAW
400         depends on HID_LOGITECH
401         select HID_LOGITECH_HIDPP
402         ---help---
403         Say Y if you want support for Logitech Unifying receivers and devices.
404         Unifying receivers are capable of pairing up to 6 Logitech compliant
405         devices to the same receiver. Without this driver it will be handled by
406         generic USB_HID driver and all incoming events will be multiplexed
407         into a single mouse and a single keyboard device.
408 
409 config HID_LOGITECH_HIDPP
410         tristate "Logitech HID++ devices support"
411         depends on HID_LOGITECH
412         ---help---
413         Support for Logitech devices relyingon the HID++ Logitech specification
414 
415         Say Y if you want support for Logitech devices relying on the HID++
416         specification. Such devices are the various Logitech Touchpads (T650,
417         T651, TK820), some mice (Zone Touch mouse), or even keyboards (Solar
418         Keyboard).
419 
420 config LOGITECH_FF
421         bool "Logitech force feedback support"
422         depends on HID_LOGITECH
423         select INPUT_FF_MEMLESS
424         help
425           Say Y here if you have one of these devices:
426           - Logitech WingMan Cordless RumblePad
427           - Logitech WingMan Cordless RumblePad 2
428           - Logitech WingMan Force 3D
429           - Logitech Formula Force EX
430           - Logitech WingMan Formula Force GP
431 
432           and if you want to enable force feedback for them.
433           Note: if you say N here, this device will still be supported, but without
434           force feedback.
435 
436 config LOGIRUMBLEPAD2_FF
437         bool "Logitech force feedback support (variant 2)"
438         depends on HID_LOGITECH
439         select INPUT_FF_MEMLESS
440         help
441           Say Y here if you want to enable force feedback support for:
442           - Logitech RumblePad
443           - Logitech Rumblepad 2
444           - Logitech Formula Vibration Feedback Wheel
445 
446 config LOGIG940_FF
447         bool "Logitech Flight System G940 force feedback support"
448         depends on HID_LOGITECH
449         select INPUT_FF_MEMLESS
450         help
451           Say Y here if you want to enable force feedback support for Logitech
452           Flight System G940 devices.
453 
454 config LOGIWHEELS_FF
455         bool "Logitech wheels configuration and force feedback support"
456         depends on HID_LOGITECH
457         select INPUT_FF_MEMLESS
458         default LOGITECH_FF
459         help
460           Say Y here if you want to enable force feedback and range setting
461           support for following Logitech wheels:
462           - Logitech Driving Force
463           - Logitech Driving Force Pro
464           - Logitech Driving Force GT
465           - Logitech G25
466           - Logitech G27
467           - Logitech MOMO/MOMO 2
468           - Logitech Formula Force EX
469 
470 config HID_MAGICMOUSE
471         tristate "Apple Magic Mouse/Trackpad multi-touch support"
472         depends on HID
473         ---help---
474         Support for the Apple Magic Mouse/Trackpad multi-touch.
475 
476         Say Y here if you want support for the multi-touch features of the
477         Apple Wireless "Magic" Mouse and the Apple Wireless "Magic" Trackpad.
478 
479 config HID_MICROSOFT
480         tristate "Microsoft non-fully HID-compliant devices"
481         depends on HID
482         default !EXPERT
483         ---help---
484         Support for Microsoft devices that are not fully compliant with HID standard.
485 
486 config HID_MONTEREY
487         tristate "Monterey Genius KB29E keyboard"
488         depends on HID
489         default !EXPERT
490         ---help---
491         Support for Monterey Genius KB29E.
492 
493 config HID_MULTITOUCH
494         tristate "HID Multitouch panels"
495         depends on HID
496         ---help---
497           Generic support for HID multitouch panels.
498 
499           Say Y here if you have one of the following devices:
500           - 3M PCT touch screens
501           - ActionStar dual touch panels
502           - Atmel panels
503           - Cando dual touch panels
504           - Chunghwa panels
505           - CJTouch panels
506           - CVTouch panels
507           - Cypress TrueTouch panels
508           - Elan Microelectronics touch panels
509           - Elo TouchSystems IntelliTouch Plus panels
510           - GeneralTouch 'Sensing Win7-TwoFinger' panels
511           - GoodTouch panels
512           - Hanvon dual touch panels
513           - Ilitek dual touch panels
514           - IrTouch Infrared USB panels
515           - LG Display panels (Dell ST2220Tc)
516           - Lumio CrystalTouch panels
517           - MosArt dual-touch panels
518           - Panasonic multitouch panels
519           - PenMount dual touch panels
520           - Perixx Peripad 701 touchpad
521           - PixArt optical touch screen
522           - Pixcir dual touch panels
523           - Quanta panels
524           - eGalax dual-touch panels, including the Joojoo and Wetab tablets
525           - SiS multitouch panels
526           - Stantum multitouch panels
527           - Touch International Panels
528           - Unitec Panels
529           - Wistron optical touch panels
530           - XAT optical touch panels
531           - Xiroku optical touch panels
532           - Zytronic touch panels
533 
534           If unsure, say N.
535 
536           To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the
537           module will be called hid-multitouch.
538 
539 config HID_NTRIG
540         tristate "N-Trig touch screen"
541         depends on USB_HID
542         ---help---
543         Support for N-Trig touch screen.
544 
545 config HID_ORTEK
546         tristate "Ortek PKB-1700/WKB-2000/Skycable wireless keyboard and mouse trackpad"
547         depends on HID
548         ---help---
549         There are certain devices which have LogicalMaximum wrong in the keyboard
550         usage page of their report descriptor. The most prevailing ones so far
551         are manufactured by Ortek, thus the name of the driver. Currently
552         supported devices by this driver are
553 
554            - Ortek PKB-1700
555            - Ortek WKB-2000
556            - Skycable wireless presenter
557 
558 config HID_PANTHERLORD
559         tristate "Pantherlord/GreenAsia game controller"
560         depends on HID
561         ---help---
562           Say Y here if you have a PantherLord/GreenAsia based game controller
563           or adapter.
564 
565 config PANTHERLORD_FF
566         bool "Pantherlord force feedback support"
567         depends on HID_PANTHERLORD
568         select INPUT_FF_MEMLESS
569         ---help---
570           Say Y here if you have a PantherLord/GreenAsia based game controller
571           or adapter and want to enable force feedback support for it.
572 
573 config HID_PENMOUNT
574         tristate "Penmount touch device"
575         depends on USB_HID
576         ---help---
577           This selects a driver for the PenMount 6000 touch controller.
578 
579           The driver works around a problem in the report descript allowing
580           the userspace to touch events instead of mouse events.
581 
582           Say Y here if you have a Penmount based touch controller.
583 
584 config HID_PETALYNX
585         tristate "Petalynx Maxter remote control"
586         depends on HID
587         ---help---
588         Support for Petalynx Maxter remote control.
589 
590 config HID_PICOLCD
591         tristate "PicoLCD (graphic version)"
592         depends on HID
593         ---help---
594           This provides support for Minibox PicoLCD devices, currently
595           only the graphical ones are supported.
596 
597           This includes support for the following device features:
598           - Keypad
599           - Switching between Firmware and Flash mode
600           - EEProm / Flash access     (via debugfs)
601           Features selectively enabled:
602           - Framebuffer for monochrome 256x64 display
603           - Backlight control
604           - Contrast control
605           - General purpose outputs
606           Features that are not (yet) supported:
607           - IR
608 
609 config HID_PICOLCD_FB
610         bool "Framebuffer support" if EXPERT
611         default !EXPERT
612         depends on HID_PICOLCD
613         depends on HID_PICOLCD=FB || FB=y
614         select FB_DEFERRED_IO
615         select FB_SYS_FILLRECT
616         select FB_SYS_COPYAREA
617         select FB_SYS_IMAGEBLIT
618         select FB_SYS_FOPS
619         ---help---
620           Provide access to PicoLCD's 256x64 monochrome display via a
621           framebuffer device.
622 
623 config HID_PICOLCD_BACKLIGHT
624         bool "Backlight control" if EXPERT
625         default !EXPERT
626         depends on HID_PICOLCD
627         depends on HID_PICOLCD=BACKLIGHT_CLASS_DEVICE || BACKLIGHT_CLASS_DEVICE=y
628         ---help---
629           Provide access to PicoLCD's backlight control via backlight
630           class.
631 
632 config HID_PICOLCD_LCD
633         bool "Contrast control" if EXPERT
634         default !EXPERT
635         depends on HID_PICOLCD
636         depends on HID_PICOLCD=LCD_CLASS_DEVICE || LCD_CLASS_DEVICE=y
637         ---help---
638           Provide access to PicoLCD's LCD contrast via lcd class.
639 
640 config HID_PICOLCD_LEDS
641         bool "GPO via leds class" if EXPERT
642         default !EXPERT
643         depends on HID_PICOLCD
644         depends on HID_PICOLCD=LEDS_CLASS || LEDS_CLASS=y
645         ---help---
646           Provide access to PicoLCD's GPO pins via leds class.
647 
648 config HID_PICOLCD_CIR
649         bool "CIR via RC class" if EXPERT
650         default !EXPERT
651         depends on HID_PICOLCD
652         depends on HID_PICOLCD=RC_CORE || RC_CORE=y
653         ---help---
654           Provide access to PicoLCD's CIR interface via remote control (LIRC).
655 
656 config HID_PLANTRONICS
657         tristate "Plantronics USB HID Driver"
658         depends on HID
659         ---help---
660           Provides HID support for Plantronics USB audio devices.
661           Correctly maps vendor unique volume up/down HID usages to
662           KEY_VOLUMEUP and KEY_VOLUMEDOWN events and prevents core mapping
663           of other vendor unique HID usages to random mouse events.
664 
665           Say M here if you may ever plug in a Plantronics USB audio device.
666 
667 config HID_PRIMAX
668         tristate "Primax non-fully HID-compliant devices"
669         depends on HID
670         ---help---
671         Support for Primax devices that are not fully compliant with the
672         HID standard.
673 
674 config HID_ROCCAT
675         tristate "Roccat device support"
676         depends on USB_HID
677         ---help---
678         Support for Roccat devices.
679         Say Y here if you have a Roccat mouse or keyboard and want
680         support for its special functionalities.
681 
682 config HID_SAITEK
683         tristate "Saitek (Mad Catz) non-fully HID-compliant devices"
684         depends on HID
685         ---help---
686         Support for Saitek devices that are not fully compliant with the
687         HID standard.
688 
689         Supported devices:
690         - PS1000 Dual Analog Pad
691         - Saitek R.A.T.7, R.A.T.9, M.M.O.7 Gaming Mice
692         - Mad Catz R.A.T.5, R.A.T.9 Gaming Mice
693 
694 config HID_SAMSUNG
695         tristate "Samsung InfraRed remote control or keyboards"
696         depends on HID
697         ---help---
698         Support for Samsung InfraRed remote control or keyboards.
699 
700 config HID_SONY
701         tristate "Sony PS2/3/4 accessories"
702         depends on USB_HID
703         depends on NEW_LEDS
704         depends on LEDS_CLASS
705         select POWER_SUPPLY
706         ---help---
707         Support for
708 
709           * Sony PS3 6-axis controllers
710           * Sony PS4 DualShock 4 controllers
711           * Buzz controllers
712           * Sony PS3 Blue-ray Disk Remote Control (Bluetooth)
713           * Logitech Harmony adapter for Sony Playstation 3 (Bluetooth)
714 
715 config SONY_FF
716         bool "Sony PS2/3/4 accessories force feedback support" 
717         depends on HID_SONY
718         select INPUT_FF_MEMLESS
719         ---help---
720         Say Y here if you have a Sony PS2/3/4 accessory and want to enable
721         force feedback support for it.
722 
723 config HID_SPEEDLINK
724         tristate "Speedlink VAD Cezanne mouse support"
725         depends on HID
726         ---help---
727         Support for Speedlink Vicious and Divine Cezanne mouse.
728 
729 config HID_STEELSERIES
730         tristate "Steelseries SRW-S1 steering wheel support"
731         depends on HID
732         ---help---
733         Support for Steelseries SRW-S1 steering wheel
734 
735 config HID_SUNPLUS
736         tristate "Sunplus wireless desktop"
737         depends on HID
738         ---help---
739         Support for Sunplus wireless desktop.
740 
741 config HID_RMI
742         tristate "Synaptics RMI4 device support"
743         depends on HID
744         ---help---
745         Support for Synaptics RMI4 touchpads.
746         Say Y here if you have a Synaptics RMI4 touchpads over i2c-hid or usbhid
747         and want support for its special functionalities.
748 
749 config HID_GREENASIA
750         tristate "GreenAsia (Product ID 0x12) game controller support"
751         depends on HID
752         ---help---
753           Say Y here if you have a GreenAsia (Product ID 0x12) based game
754           controller or adapter.
755 
756 config GREENASIA_FF
757         bool "GreenAsia (Product ID 0x12) force feedback support"
758         depends on HID_GREENASIA
759         select INPUT_FF_MEMLESS
760         ---help---
761         Say Y here if you have a GreenAsia (Product ID 0x12) based game controller
762         (like MANTA Warrior MM816 and SpeedLink Strike2 SL-6635) or adapter
763         and want to enable force feedback support for it.
764 
765 config HID_HYPERV_MOUSE
766         tristate "Microsoft Hyper-V mouse driver"
767         depends on HYPERV
768         ---help---
769         Select this option to enable the Hyper-V mouse driver.
770 
771 config HID_SMARTJOYPLUS
772         tristate "SmartJoy PLUS PS2/USB adapter support"
773         depends on HID
774         ---help---
775         Support for SmartJoy PLUS PS2/USB adapter, Super Dual Box,
776         Super Joy Box 3 Pro, Super Dual Box Pro, and Super Joy Box 5 Pro.
777 
778         Note that DDR (Dance Dance Revolution) mode is not supported, nor
779         is pressure sensitive buttons on the pro models.
780 
781 config SMARTJOYPLUS_FF
782         bool "SmartJoy PLUS PS2/USB adapter force feedback support"
783         depends on HID_SMARTJOYPLUS
784         select INPUT_FF_MEMLESS
785         ---help---
786         Say Y here if you have a SmartJoy PLUS PS2/USB adapter and want to
787         enable force feedback support for it.
788 
789 config HID_TIVO
790         tristate "TiVo Slide Bluetooth remote control support"
791         depends on HID
792         ---help---
793         Say Y if you have a TiVo Slide Bluetooth remote control.
794 
795 config HID_TOPSEED
796         tristate "TopSeed Cyberlink, BTC Emprex, Conceptronic remote control support"
797         depends on HID
798         ---help---
799         Say Y if you have a TopSeed Cyberlink or BTC Emprex or Conceptronic
800         CLLRCMCE remote control.
801 
802 config HID_THINGM
803         tristate "ThingM blink(1) USB RGB LED"
804         depends on HID
805         depends on LEDS_CLASS
806         ---help---
807         Support for the ThingM blink(1) USB RGB LED. This driver registers a
808         Linux LED class instance, plus additional sysfs attributes to control
809         RGB colors, fade time and playing. The device is exposed through hidraw
810         to access other functions.
811 
812 config HID_THRUSTMASTER
813         tristate "ThrustMaster devices support"
814         depends on HID
815         ---help---
816           Say Y here if you have a THRUSTMASTER FireStore Dual Power 2 or
817           a THRUSTMASTER Ferrari GT Rumble Wheel.
818 
819 config THRUSTMASTER_FF
820         bool "ThrustMaster devices force feedback support"
821         depends on HID_THRUSTMASTER
822         select INPUT_FF_MEMLESS
823         ---help---
824           Say Y here if you have a THRUSTMASTER FireStore Dual Power 2 or 3,
825           a THRUSTMASTER Dual Trigger 3-in-1 or a THRUSTMASTER Ferrari GT
826           Rumble Force or Force Feedback Wheel.
827 
828 config HID_WACOM
829         tristate "Wacom Intuos/Graphire tablet support (USB)"
830         depends on HID
831         select POWER_SUPPLY
832         select NEW_LEDS
833         select LEDS_CLASS
834         help
835           Say Y here if you want to use the USB or BT version of the Wacom Intuos
836           or Graphire tablet.
837 
838           To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the
839           module will be called wacom.
840 
841 config HID_WIIMOTE
842         tristate "Nintendo Wii / Wii U peripherals"
843         depends on HID
844         depends on LEDS_CLASS
845         select POWER_SUPPLY
846         select INPUT_FF_MEMLESS
847         ---help---
848         Support for Nintendo Wii and Wii U Bluetooth peripherals. Supported
849         devices are the Wii Remote and its extension devices, but also devices
850         based on the Wii Remote like the Wii U Pro Controller or the
851         Wii Balance Board.
852 
853         Support for all official Nintendo extensions is available, however, 3rd
854         party extensions might not be supported. Please report these devices to:
855           http://github.com/dvdhrm/xwiimote/issues
856 
857         Other Nintendo Wii U peripherals that are IEEE 802.11 based (including
858         the Wii U Gamepad) might be supported in the future. But currently
859         support is limited to Bluetooth based devices.
860 
861         If unsure, say N.
862 
863         To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the
864         module will be called hid-wiimote.
865 
866 config HID_XINMO
867         tristate "Xin-Mo non-fully compliant devices"
868         depends on HID
869         ---help---
870         Support for Xin-Mo devices that are not fully compliant with the HID
871         standard. Currently only supports the Xin-Mo Dual Arcade. Say Y here
872         if you have a Xin-Mo Dual Arcade controller.
873 
874 config HID_ZEROPLUS
875         tristate "Zeroplus based game controller support"
876         depends on HID
877         ---help---
878           Say Y here if you have a Zeroplus based game controller.
879 
880 config ZEROPLUS_FF
881         bool "Zeroplus based game controller force feedback support"
882         depends on HID_ZEROPLUS
883         select INPUT_FF_MEMLESS
884         ---help---
885           Say Y here if you have a Zeroplus based game controller and want
886           to have force feedback support for it.
887 
888 config HID_ZYDACRON
889         tristate "Zydacron remote control support"
890         depends on HID
891         ---help---
892         Support for Zydacron remote control.
893 
894 config HID_SENSOR_HUB
895         tristate "HID Sensors framework support"
896         depends on HID && HAS_IOMEM
897         select MFD_CORE
898         default n
899         ---help---
900           Support for HID Sensor framework. This creates a MFD instance
901           for a sensor hub and identifies all the sensors connected to it.
902           Each sensor is registered as a MFD cell, so that sensor specific
903           processing can be done in a separate driver. Each sensor
904           drivers can use the service provided by this driver to register
905           for events and handle data streams. Each sensor driver can format
906           data and present to user mode using input or IIO interface.
907 
908 config HID_SENSOR_CUSTOM_SENSOR
909         tristate "HID Sensors hub custom sensor support"
910         depends on HID_SENSOR_HUB
911         default n
912         ---help---
913           HID Sensor hub specification allows definition of some custom and
914           generic sensors. Unlike other HID sensors, they can't be exported
915           via Linux IIO because of custom fields. This is up to the manufacturer
916           to decide how to interpret these special sensor ids and process in
917           the user space. Currently some manufacturers are using these ids for
918           sensor calibration and debugging other sensors. Manufacturers
919           should't use these special custom sensor ids to export any of the
920           standard sensors.
921           Select this config option for custom/generic sensor support.
922 
923 endmenu
924 
925 endif # HID
926 
927 source "drivers/hid/usbhid/Kconfig"
928 
929 source "drivers/hid/i2c-hid/Kconfig"
930 
931 endmenu

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