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Linux/drivers/hid/usbhid/Kconfig

  1 menu "USB HID support"
  2         depends on USB
  3 
  4 config USB_HID
  5         tristate "USB HID transport layer"
  6         default y
  7         depends on USB && INPUT
  8         select HID
  9         ---help---
 10           Say Y here if you want to connect USB keyboards,
 11           mice, joysticks, graphic tablets, or any other HID based devices
 12           to your computer via USB, as well as Uninterruptible Power Supply
 13           (UPS) and monitor control devices.
 14 
 15           You can't use this driver and the HIDBP (Boot Protocol) keyboard
 16           and mouse drivers at the same time. More information is available:
 17           <file:Documentation/input/input.txt>.
 18 
 19           If unsure, say Y.
 20 
 21           To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the
 22           module will be called usbhid.
 23 
 24 comment "Input core support is needed for USB HID input layer or HIDBP support"
 25         depends on USB_HID && INPUT=n
 26 
 27 config HID_PID
 28         bool "PID device support"
 29         help
 30           Say Y here if you have a PID-compliant device and wish to enable force
 31           feedback for it. Microsoft Sidewinder Force Feedback 2 is one of such
 32           devices.
 33 
 34 config USB_HIDDEV
 35         bool "/dev/hiddev raw HID device support"
 36         depends on USB_HID
 37         help
 38           Say Y here if you want to support HID devices (from the USB
 39           specification standpoint) that aren't strictly user interface
 40           devices, like monitor controls and Uninterruptable Power Supplies.
 41 
 42           This module supports these devices separately using a separate
 43           event interface on /dev/usb/hiddevX (char 180:96 to 180:111).
 44 
 45           If unsure, say Y.
 46 
 47 menu "USB HID Boot Protocol drivers"
 48         depends on USB!=n && USB_HID!=y && EXPERT
 49 
 50 config USB_KBD
 51         tristate "USB HIDBP Keyboard (simple Boot) support"
 52         depends on USB && INPUT
 53         ---help---
 54           Say Y here only if you are absolutely sure that you don't want
 55           to use the generic HID driver for your USB keyboard and prefer
 56           to use the keyboard in its limited Boot Protocol mode instead.
 57 
 58           This is almost certainly not what you want.  This is mostly
 59           useful for embedded applications or simple keyboards.
 60 
 61           To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the
 62           module will be called usbkbd.
 63 
 64           If even remotely unsure, say N.
 65 
 66 config USB_MOUSE
 67         tristate "USB HIDBP Mouse (simple Boot) support"
 68         depends on USB && INPUT
 69         ---help---
 70           Say Y here only if you are absolutely sure that you don't want
 71           to use the generic HID driver for your USB mouse and prefer
 72           to use the mouse in its limited Boot Protocol mode instead.
 73 
 74           This is almost certainly not what you want.  This is mostly
 75           useful for embedded applications or simple mice.
 76 
 77           To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the
 78           module will be called usbmouse.
 79 
 80           If even remotely unsure, say N.
 81 
 82 endmenu
 83 
 84 endmenu

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