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Linux/drivers/net/wireless/Kconfig

  1 #
  2 # Wireless LAN device configuration
  3 #
  4 
  5 menuconfig WLAN
  6         bool "Wireless LAN"
  7         depends on !S390
  8         depends on NET
  9         select WIRELESS
 10         default y
 11         ---help---
 12           This section contains all the pre 802.11 and 802.11 wireless
 13           device drivers. For a complete list of drivers and documentation
 14           on them refer to the wireless wiki:
 15 
 16           http://wireless.kernel.org/en/users/Drivers
 17 
 18 if WLAN
 19 
 20 config WIRELESS_WDS
 21         bool "mac80211-based legacy WDS support" if EXPERT
 22         help
 23           This option enables the deprecated WDS support, the newer
 24           mac80211-based 4-addr AP/client support supersedes it with
 25           a much better feature set (HT, VHT, ...)
 26 
 27           We plan to remove this option and code, so if you find
 28           that you have to enable it, please let us know on the
 29           linux-wireless@vger.kernel.org mailing list, so we can
 30           help you migrate to 4-addr AP/client (or, if it's really
 31           necessary, give up on our plan of removing it).
 32 
 33 source "drivers/net/wireless/admtek/Kconfig"
 34 source "drivers/net/wireless/ath/Kconfig"
 35 source "drivers/net/wireless/atmel/Kconfig"
 36 source "drivers/net/wireless/broadcom/Kconfig"
 37 source "drivers/net/wireless/cisco/Kconfig"
 38 source "drivers/net/wireless/intel/Kconfig"
 39 source "drivers/net/wireless/intersil/Kconfig"
 40 source "drivers/net/wireless/marvell/Kconfig"
 41 source "drivers/net/wireless/mediatek/Kconfig"
 42 source "drivers/net/wireless/ralink/Kconfig"
 43 source "drivers/net/wireless/realtek/Kconfig"
 44 source "drivers/net/wireless/rsi/Kconfig"
 45 source "drivers/net/wireless/st/Kconfig"
 46 source "drivers/net/wireless/ti/Kconfig"
 47 source "drivers/net/wireless/zydas/Kconfig"
 48 
 49 config PCMCIA_RAYCS
 50         tristate "Aviator/Raytheon 2.4GHz wireless support"
 51         depends on PCMCIA
 52         select WIRELESS_EXT
 53         select WEXT_SPY
 54         select WEXT_PRIV
 55         ---help---
 56           Say Y here if you intend to attach an Aviator/Raytheon PCMCIA
 57           (PC-card) wireless Ethernet networking card to your computer.
 58           Please read the file <file:Documentation/networking/ray_cs.txt> for
 59           details.
 60 
 61           To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the module will be
 62           called ray_cs.  If unsure, say N.
 63 
 64 config PCMCIA_WL3501
 65         tristate "Planet WL3501 PCMCIA cards"
 66         depends on CFG80211 && PCMCIA
 67         select WIRELESS_EXT
 68         select WEXT_SPY
 69         help
 70           A driver for WL3501 PCMCIA 802.11 wireless cards made by Planet.
 71           It has basic support for Linux wireless extensions and initial
 72           micro support for ethtool.
 73 
 74 config MAC80211_HWSIM
 75         tristate "Simulated radio testing tool for mac80211"
 76         depends on MAC80211
 77         ---help---
 78           This driver is a developer testing tool that can be used to test
 79           IEEE 802.11 networking stack (mac80211) functionality. This is not
 80           needed for normal wireless LAN usage and is only for testing. See
 81           Documentation/networking/mac80211_hwsim for more information on how
 82           to use this tool.
 83 
 84           To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the module will be
 85           called mac80211_hwsim.  If unsure, say N.
 86 
 87 config USB_NET_RNDIS_WLAN
 88         tristate "Wireless RNDIS USB support"
 89         depends on USB
 90         depends on CFG80211
 91         select USB_NET_DRIVERS
 92         select USB_USBNET
 93         select USB_NET_CDCETHER
 94         select USB_NET_RNDIS_HOST
 95         ---help---
 96           This is a driver for wireless RNDIS devices.
 97           These are USB based adapters found in devices such as:
 98 
 99           Buffalo WLI-U2-KG125S
100           U.S. Robotics USR5421
101           Belkin F5D7051
102           Linksys WUSB54GSv2
103           Linksys WUSB54GSC
104           Asus WL169gE
105           Eminent EM4045
106           BT Voyager 1055
107           Linksys WUSB54GSv1
108           U.S. Robotics USR5420
109           BUFFALO WLI-USB-G54
110 
111           All of these devices are based on Broadcom 4320 chip which is the
112           only wireless RNDIS chip known to date.
113 
114           If you choose to build a module, it'll be called rndis_wlan.
115 
116 endif # WLAN

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