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Linux/drivers/memstick/core/Kconfig

  1 #
  2 # MemoryStick core configuration
  3 #
  4 
  5 comment "MemoryStick drivers"
  6 
  7 config MEMSTICK_UNSAFE_RESUME
  8         bool "Allow unsafe resume (DANGEROUS)"
  9         help
 10           If you say Y here, the MemoryStick layer will assume that all
 11           cards stayed in their respective slots during the suspend. The
 12           normal behaviour is to remove them at suspend and
 13           redetecting them at resume. Breaking this assumption will
 14           in most cases result in data corruption.
 15 
 16           This option is usually just for embedded systems which use
 17           a MemoryStick card for rootfs. Most people should say N here.
 18 
 19 config MSPRO_BLOCK
 20         tristate "MemoryStick Pro block device driver"
 21         depends on BLOCK
 22         help
 23           Say Y here to enable the MemoryStick Pro block device driver
 24           support. This provides a block device driver, which you can use
 25           to mount the filesystem. Almost everyone wishing MemoryStick
 26           support should say Y or M here.
 27 
 28 config MS_BLOCK
 29         tristate "MemoryStick Standard device driver"
 30         depends on BLOCK
 31         help
 32           Say Y here to enable the MemoryStick Standard device driver
 33           support. This provides a block device driver, which you can use
 34           to mount the filesystem.
 35           This driver works with old (bulky) MemoryStick and MemoryStick Duo
 36           but not PRO. Say Y if you have such card.
 37           Driver is new and not yet well tested, thus it can damage your card
 38           (even permanently)

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