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Linux/drivers/net/wireless/ath/carl9170/Kconfig

  1 config CARL9170
  2         tristate "Linux Community AR9170 802.11n USB support"
  3         depends on USB && MAC80211
  4         select ATH_COMMON
  5         select FW_LOADER
  6         select CRC32
  7         help
  8           This is another driver for the Atheros "otus" 802.11n USB devices.
  9 
 10           This driver provides more features than the original,
 11           but it needs a special firmware (carl9170-1.fw) to do that.
 12 
 13           The firmware can be downloaded from our wiki here:
 14           <http://wireless.kernel.org/en/users/Drivers/carl9170>
 15 
 16           If you choose to build a module, it'll be called carl9170.
 17 
 18 config CARL9170_LEDS
 19         bool "SoftLED Support"
 20         depends on CARL9170
 21         select MAC80211_LEDS
 22         select LEDS_CLASS
 23         select NEW_LEDS
 24         default y
 25         help
 26           This option is necessary, if you want your device' LEDs to blink
 27 
 28           Say Y, unless you need the LEDs for firmware debugging.
 29 
 30 config CARL9170_DEBUGFS
 31         bool "DebugFS Support"
 32         depends on CARL9170 && DEBUG_FS && MAC80211_DEBUGFS
 33         default n
 34         help
 35           Export several driver and device internals to user space.
 36 
 37           Say N.
 38 
 39 config CARL9170_WPC
 40         bool
 41         depends on CARL9170 && (INPUT = y || INPUT = CARL9170)
 42         default y
 43 
 44 config CARL9170_HWRNG
 45         bool "Random number generator"
 46         depends on CARL9170 && (HW_RANDOM = y || HW_RANDOM = CARL9170)
 47         default n
 48         help
 49           Provides a hardware random number generator to the kernel.
 50 
 51           SECURITY WARNING: It's relatively easy to eavesdrop all
 52           generated random numbers from the transport stream with
 53           usbmon [software] or special usb sniffer hardware.
 54 
 55           Say N, unless your setup[i.e.: embedded system] has no
 56           other rng source and you can afford to take the risk.

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