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Linux/drivers/net/arcnet/Kconfig

  1 #
  2 # Arcnet configuration
  3 #
  4 
  5 menuconfig ARCNET
  6         depends on NETDEVICES && (ISA || PCI || PCMCIA)
  7         tristate "ARCnet support"
  8         ---help---
  9           If you have a network card of this type, say Y and check out the
 10           (arguably) beautiful poetry in
 11           <file:Documentation/networking/arcnet.txt>.
 12 
 13           You need both this driver, and the driver for the particular ARCnet
 14           chipset of your card. If you don't know, then it's probably a
 15           COM90xx type card, so say Y (or M) to "ARCnet COM90xx chipset
 16           support" below.
 17 
 18           To compile this driver as a module, choose M here. The module will
 19           be called arcnet.
 20 
 21 if ARCNET
 22 
 23 config ARCNET_1201
 24         tristate "Enable standard ARCNet packet format (RFC 1201)"
 25         help
 26           This allows you to use RFC1201 with your ARCnet card via the virtual
 27           arc0 device.  You need to say Y here to communicate with
 28           industry-standard RFC1201 implementations, like the arcether.com
 29           packet driver or most DOS/Windows ODI drivers.  Please read the
 30           ARCnet documentation in <file:Documentation/networking/arcnet.txt>
 31           for more information about using arc0.
 32 
 33 config ARCNET_1051
 34         tristate "Enable old ARCNet packet format (RFC 1051)"
 35         ---help---
 36           This allows you to use RFC1051 with your ARCnet card via the virtual
 37           arc0s device. You only need arc0s if you want to talk to ARCnet
 38           software complying with the "old" standard, specifically, the DOS
 39           arcnet.com packet driver, Amigas running AmiTCP, and some variants
 40           of NetBSD. You do not need to say Y here to communicate with
 41           industry-standard RFC1201 implementations, like the arcether.com
 42           packet driver or most DOS/Windows ODI drivers. RFC1201 is included
 43           automatically as the arc0 device. Please read the ARCnet
 44           documentation in <file:Documentation/networking/arcnet.txt> for more
 45           information about using arc0e and arc0s.
 46 
 47 config ARCNET_RAW
 48         tristate "Enable raw mode packet interface"
 49         help
 50           ARCnet "raw mode" packet encapsulation, no soft headers.  Unlikely
 51           to work unless talking to a copy of the same Linux arcnet driver,
 52           but perhaps marginally faster in that case.
 53 
 54 config ARCNET_CAP
 55         tristate "Enable CAP mode packet interface"
 56         help
 57           ARCnet "cap mode" packet encapsulation. Used to get the hardware
 58           acknowledge back to userspace. After the initial protocol byte every
 59           packet is stuffed with an extra 4 byte "cookie" which doesn't
 60           actually appear on the network. After transmit the driver will send
 61           back a packet with protocol byte 0 containing the status of the
 62           transmission:
 63              0=no hardware acknowledge
 64              1=excessive nak
 65              2=transmission accepted by the receiver hardware
 66 
 67           Received packets are also stuffed with the extra 4 bytes but it will
 68           be random data.
 69 
 70           Cap only listens to protocol 1-8.
 71 
 72 config ARCNET_COM90xx
 73         tristate "ARCnet COM90xx (normal) chipset driver"
 74         help
 75           This is the chipset driver for the standard COM90xx cards. If you
 76           have always used the old ARCnet driver without knowing what type of
 77           card you had, this is probably the one for you.
 78 
 79           To compile this driver as a module, choose M here. The module will
 80           be called com90xx.
 81 
 82 config ARCNET_COM90xxIO
 83         tristate "ARCnet COM90xx (IO mapped) chipset driver"
 84         ---help---
 85           This is the chipset driver for the COM90xx cards, using them in
 86           IO-mapped mode instead of memory-mapped mode. This is slower than
 87           the normal driver. Only use it if your card doesn't support shared
 88           memory.
 89 
 90           To compile this driver as a module, choose M here. The module will
 91           be called com90io.
 92 
 93 config ARCNET_RIM_I
 94         tristate "ARCnet COM90xx (RIM I) chipset driver"
 95         ---help---
 96           This is yet another chipset driver for the COM90xx cards, but this
 97           time only using memory-mapped mode, and no IO ports at all. This
 98           driver is completely untested, so if you have one of these cards,
 99           please mail <dwmw2@infradead.org>, especially if it works!
100 
101           To compile this driver as a module, choose M here. The module will
102           be called arc-rimi.
103 
104 config ARCNET_COM20020
105         tristate "ARCnet COM20020 chipset driver"
106         help
107           This is the driver for the new COM20020 chipset. It supports such
108           things as promiscuous mode, so packet sniffing is possible, and
109           extra diagnostic information.
110 
111           To compile this driver as a module, choose M here. The module will
112           be called com20020.
113 
114 config ARCNET_COM20020_ISA
115         tristate "Support for COM20020 on ISA"
116         depends on ARCNET_COM20020 && ISA
117 
118 config ARCNET_COM20020_PCI
119         tristate "Support for COM20020 on PCI"
120         depends on ARCNET_COM20020 && PCI
121 
122 config ARCNET_COM20020_CS
123         tristate "COM20020 ARCnet PCMCIA support"
124         depends on ARCNET_COM20020 && PCMCIA
125         help
126           Say Y here if you intend to attach this type of ARCnet PCMCIA card
127           to your computer.
128 
129           To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the module will be
130           called com20020_cs.  If unsure, say N.
131 
132 endif # ARCNET

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