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Linux/drivers/macintosh/Kconfig

  1 
  2 menuconfig MACINTOSH_DRIVERS
  3         bool "Macintosh device drivers"
  4         depends on PPC || MAC || X86
  5         default y if (PPC_PMAC || MAC)
  6         ---help---
  7           Say Y here to get to see options for devices used with Macintosh
  8           computers. This option alone does not add any kernel code.
  9 
 10           If you say N, all options in this submenu will be skipped and disabled.
 11 
 12 if MACINTOSH_DRIVERS
 13 
 14 config ADB
 15         bool "Apple Desktop Bus (ADB) support"
 16         depends on MAC || (PPC_PMAC && PPC32)
 17         help
 18           Apple Desktop Bus (ADB) support is for support of devices which
 19           are connected to an ADB port.  ADB devices tend to have 4 pins.
 20           If you have an Apple Macintosh prior to the iMac, an iBook or
 21           PowerBook, or a "Blue and White G3", you probably want to say Y
 22           here.  Otherwise say N.
 23 
 24 config ADB_MACII
 25         bool "Include Mac II ADB driver"
 26         depends on ADB && MAC
 27         help
 28           Say Y here if want your kernel to support Macintosh systems that use
 29           the Mac II style ADB.  This includes the II, IIx, IIcx, SE/30, IIci,
 30           Quadra 610, Quadra 650, Quadra 700, Quadra 800, Centris 610 and
 31           Centris 650.
 32 
 33 config ADB_MACIISI
 34         bool "Include Mac IIsi ADB driver"
 35         depends on ADB && MAC && BROKEN
 36         help
 37           Say Y here if want your kernel to support Macintosh systems that use
 38           the Mac IIsi style ADB.  This includes the IIsi, IIvi, IIvx, Classic
 39           II, LC, LC II, LC III, Performa 460, and the Performa 600.
 40 
 41 config ADB_IOP
 42         bool "Include IOP (IIfx/Quadra 9x0) ADB driver"
 43         depends on ADB && MAC
 44         help
 45           The I/O Processor (IOP) is an Apple custom IC designed to provide
 46           intelligent support for I/O controllers.  It is described at
 47           <http://www.angelfire.com/ca2/dev68k/iopdesc.html> to enable direct
 48           support for it, say 'Y' here.
 49 
 50 config ADB_PMU68K
 51         bool "Include PMU (Powerbook) ADB driver"
 52         depends on ADB && MAC
 53         help
 54           Say Y here if want your kernel to support the m68k based Powerbooks.
 55           This includes the PowerBook 140, PowerBook 145, PowerBook 150,
 56           PowerBook 160, PowerBook 165, PowerBook 165c, PowerBook 170,
 57           PowerBook 180, PowerBook, 180c, PowerBook 190cs, PowerBook 520,
 58           PowerBook Duo 210, PowerBook Duo 230, PowerBook Duo 250,
 59           PowerBook Duo 270c, PowerBook Duo 280 and PowerBook Duo 280c.
 60 
 61 # we want to change this to something like CONFIG_SYSCTRL_CUDA/PMU
 62 config ADB_CUDA
 63         bool "Support for CUDA based Macs and PowerMacs"
 64         depends on (ADB || PPC_PMAC) && !PPC_PMAC64
 65         help
 66           This provides support for CUDA based Macintosh and Power Macintosh
 67           systems.  This includes many m68k based Macs (Color Classic, Mac TV,
 68           Performa 475, Performa 520, Performa 550, Performa 575,
 69           Performa 588, Quadra 605, Quadra 630, Quadra/Centris 660AV, and
 70           Quadra 840AV), most OldWorld PowerMacs, the first generation iMacs,
 71           the Blue&White G3 and the "Yikes" G4 (PCI Graphics).  All later
 72           models should use CONFIG_ADB_PMU instead.  It is safe to say Y here
 73           even if your machine doesn't have a CUDA.
 74 
 75           If unsure say Y.
 76 
 77 config ADB_PMU
 78         bool "Support for PMU  based PowerMacs"
 79         depends on PPC_PMAC
 80         help
 81           On PowerBooks, iBooks, and recent iMacs and Power Macintoshes, the
 82           PMU is an embedded microprocessor whose primary function is to
 83           control system power, and battery charging on the portable models.
 84           The PMU also controls the ADB (Apple Desktop Bus) which connects to
 85           the keyboard and mouse on some machines, as well as the non-volatile
 86           RAM and the RTC (real time clock) chip.  Say Y to enable support for
 87           this device; you should do so if your machine is one of those
 88           mentioned above.
 89 
 90 config ADB_PMU_LED
 91         bool "Support for the Power/iBook front LED"
 92         depends on ADB_PMU
 93         select NEW_LEDS
 94         select LEDS_CLASS
 95         help
 96           Support the front LED on Power/iBooks as a generic LED that can
 97           be triggered by any of the supported triggers. To get the
 98           behaviour of the old CONFIG_BLK_DEV_IDE_PMAC_BLINK, select this
 99           and the ide-disk LED trigger and configure appropriately through
100           sysfs.
101 
102 config ADB_PMU_LED_IDE
103         bool "Use front LED as IDE LED by default"
104         depends on ADB_PMU_LED
105         depends on LEDS_CLASS
106         depends on IDE_GD_ATA
107         select LEDS_TRIGGERS
108         select LEDS_TRIGGER_IDE_DISK
109         help
110           This option makes the front LED default to the IDE trigger
111           so that it blinks on IDE activity.
112 
113 config PMAC_SMU
114         bool "Support for SMU  based PowerMacs"
115         depends on PPC_PMAC64
116         help
117           This option adds support for the newer G5 iMacs and PowerMacs based
118           on the "SMU" system control chip which replaces the old PMU.
119           If you don't know, say Y.
120 
121 config PMAC_APM_EMU
122         tristate "APM emulation"
123         select APM_EMULATION
124         depends on ADB_PMU && PM && PPC32
125 
126 config PMAC_MEDIABAY
127         bool "Support PowerBook hotswap media bay"
128         depends on PPC_PMAC && PPC32 && BLOCK
129         help
130           This option adds support for older PowerBook's hotswap media bay
131           that can contains batteries, floppy drives, or IDE devices. PCI
132           devices are not fully supported in the bay as I never had one to
133           try with
134 
135 config PMAC_BACKLIGHT
136         bool "Backlight control for LCD screens"
137         depends on ADB_PMU && FB = y && (BROKEN || !PPC64)
138         select FB_BACKLIGHT
139         help
140           Say Y here to enable Macintosh specific extensions of the generic
141           backlight code. With this enabled, the brightness keys on older
142           PowerBooks will be enabled so you can change the screen brightness.
143           Newer models should use a userspace daemon like pbbuttonsd.
144 
145 config PMAC_BACKLIGHT_LEGACY
146         bool "Provide legacy ioctl's on /dev/pmu for the backlight"
147         depends on PMAC_BACKLIGHT && (BROKEN || !PPC64)
148         help
149           Say Y if you want to enable legacy ioctl's on /dev/pmu. This is for
150           programs which use this old interface. New and updated programs
151           should use the backlight classes in sysfs.
152 
153 config ADB_MACIO
154         bool "Include MacIO (CHRP) ADB driver"
155         depends on ADB && PPC_CHRP && !PPC_PMAC64
156         help
157           Say Y here to include direct support for the ADB controller in the
158           Hydra chip used on PowerPC Macintoshes of the CHRP type.  (The Hydra
159           also includes a MESH II SCSI controller, DBDMA controller, VIA chip,
160           OpenPIC controller and two RS422/Geoports.)
161 
162 config INPUT_ADBHID
163         bool "Support for ADB input devices (keyboard, mice, ...)"
164         depends on ADB && INPUT=y
165         help
166           Say Y here if you want to have ADB (Apple Desktop Bus) HID devices
167           such as keyboards, mice, joysticks, trackpads  or graphic tablets
168           handled by the input layer.  If you say Y here, make sure to say Y to
169           the corresponding drivers "Keyboard support" (CONFIG_INPUT_KEYBDEV),
170           "Mouse Support" (CONFIG_INPUT_MOUSEDEV) and "Event interface
171           support" (CONFIG_INPUT_EVDEV) as well.
172 
173           If unsure, say Y.
174 
175 config MAC_EMUMOUSEBTN
176         tristate "Support for mouse button 2+3 emulation"
177         depends on SYSCTL && INPUT
178         help
179           This provides generic support for emulating the 2nd and 3rd mouse
180           button with keypresses.  If you say Y here, the emulation is still
181           disabled by default.  The emulation is controlled by these sysctl
182           entries:
183           /proc/sys/dev/mac_hid/mouse_button_emulation
184           /proc/sys/dev/mac_hid/mouse_button2_keycode
185           /proc/sys/dev/mac_hid/mouse_button3_keycode
186 
187           If you have an Apple machine with a 1-button mouse, say Y here.
188 
189           To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the
190           module will be called mac_hid.
191 
192 config THERM_WINDTUNNEL
193         tristate "Support for thermal management on Windtunnel G4s"
194         depends on I2C && I2C_POWERMAC && PPC_PMAC && !PPC_PMAC64
195         help
196           This driver provides some thermostat and fan control for the desktop
197           G4 "Windtunnel"
198 
199 config THERM_ADT746X
200         tristate "Support for thermal mgmnt on laptops with ADT 746x chipset"
201         depends on I2C && I2C_POWERMAC && PPC_PMAC && !PPC_PMAC64
202         help
203           This driver provides some thermostat and fan control for the
204           iBook G4, and the ATI based aluminium PowerBooks, allowing slightly
205           better fan behaviour by default, and some manual control.
206 
207 config WINDFARM
208         tristate "New PowerMac thermal control infrastructure"
209         depends on PPC
210 
211 config WINDFARM_PM81
212         tristate "Support for thermal management on iMac G5"
213         depends on WINDFARM && I2C && CPU_FREQ_PMAC64 && PMAC_SMU
214         select I2C_POWERMAC
215         help
216           This driver provides thermal control for the iMacG5
217 
218 config WINDFARM_PM72
219         tristate "Support for thermal management on PowerMac G5 (AGP)"
220         depends on WINDFARM && I2C && CPU_FREQ_PMAC64 && ADB_PMU
221         select I2C_POWERMAC
222         help
223           This driver provides thermal control for the PowerMac G5
224           "AGP" variants (PowerMac 7,2 and 7,3)
225 
226 config WINDFARM_RM31
227         tristate "Support for thermal management on Xserve G5"
228         depends on WINDFARM && I2C && CPU_FREQ_PMAC64 && ADB_PMU
229         select I2C_POWERMAC
230         help
231           This driver provides thermal control for the Xserve G5
232           (RackMac3,1)
233 
234 config WINDFARM_PM91
235         tristate "Support for thermal management on PowerMac9,1"
236         depends on WINDFARM && I2C && CPU_FREQ_PMAC64 && PMAC_SMU
237         select I2C_POWERMAC
238         help
239           This driver provides thermal control for the PowerMac9,1
240           which is the recent (SMU based) single CPU desktop G5
241 
242 config WINDFARM_PM112
243         tristate "Support for thermal management on PowerMac11,2"
244         depends on WINDFARM && I2C && PMAC_SMU
245         select I2C_POWERMAC
246         help
247           This driver provides thermal control for the PowerMac11,2
248           which are the recent dual and quad G5 machines using the
249           970MP dual-core processor.
250 
251 config WINDFARM_PM121
252         tristate "Support for thermal management on PowerMac12,1"
253         depends on WINDFARM && I2C && PMAC_SMU
254         select I2C_POWERMAC
255         help
256           This driver provides thermal control for the PowerMac12,1
257           which is the iMac G5 (iSight).
258 
259 config ANSLCD
260         tristate "Support for ANS LCD display"
261         depends on ADB_CUDA && PPC_PMAC
262 
263 config PMAC_RACKMETER
264         tristate "Support for Apple XServe front panel LEDs"
265         depends on PPC_PMAC
266         help
267           This driver provides some support to control the front panel
268           blue LEDs "vu-meter" of the XServer macs.
269 
270 config SENSORS_AMS
271         tristate "Apple Motion Sensor driver"
272         depends on PPC_PMAC && !PPC64 && INPUT && ((ADB_PMU && I2C = y) || (ADB_PMU && !I2C) || I2C)
273         select INPUT_POLLDEV
274         help
275           Support for the motion sensor included in PowerBooks. Includes
276           implementations for PMU and I2C.
277 
278           This driver can also be built as a module. If so, the module
279           will be called ams.
280 
281 config SENSORS_AMS_PMU
282         bool "PMU variant"
283         depends on SENSORS_AMS && ADB_PMU
284         default y
285         help
286           PMU variant of motion sensor, found in late 2005 PowerBooks.
287 
288 config SENSORS_AMS_I2C
289         bool "I2C variant"
290         depends on SENSORS_AMS && I2C
291         default y
292         help
293           I2C variant of motion sensor, found in early 2005 PowerBooks and
294           iBooks.
295 
296 endif # MACINTOSH_DRIVERS

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