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Linux/drivers/media/usb/pwc/Kconfig

  1 config USB_PWC
  2         tristate "USB Philips Cameras"
  3         depends on VIDEO_V4L2
  4         select VIDEOBUF2_VMALLOC
  5         ---help---
  6           Say Y or M here if you want to use one of these Philips & OEM
  7           webcams:
  8            * Philips PCA645, PCA646
  9            * Philips PCVC675, PCVC680, PCVC690
 10            * Philips PCVC720/40, PCVC730, PCVC740, PCVC750
 11            * Philips SPC900NC
 12            * Askey VC010
 13            * Logitech QuickCam Pro 3000, 4000, 'Zoom', 'Notebook Pro'
 14              and 'Orbit'/'Sphere'
 15            * Samsung MPC-C10, MPC-C30
 16            * Creative Webcam 5, Pro Ex
 17            * SOTEC Afina Eye
 18            * Visionite VCS-UC300, VCS-UM100
 19 
 20           The PCA635, PCVC665 and PCVC720/20 are not supported by this driver
 21           and never will be, but the 665 and 720/20 are supported by other
 22           drivers.
 23 
 24           Some newer logitech webcams are not handled by this driver but by the
 25           Usb Video Class driver (linux-uvc).
 26 
 27           The built-in microphone is enabled by selecting USB Audio support.
 28 
 29           To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the
 30           module will be called pwc.
 31 
 32 config USB_PWC_DEBUG
 33         bool "USB Philips Cameras verbose debug"
 34         depends on USB_PWC
 35         help
 36           Say Y here in order to have the pwc driver generate verbose debugging
 37           messages.
 38           A special module options 'trace' is used to control the verbosity.
 39 
 40 config USB_PWC_INPUT_EVDEV
 41         bool "USB Philips Cameras input events device support"
 42         default y
 43         depends on USB_PWC && (USB_PWC=INPUT || INPUT=y)
 44         ---help---
 45           This option makes USB Philips cameras register the snapshot button as
 46           an input device to report button events.
 47 
 48           If you are in doubt, say Y.

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