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Linux/drivers/net/wireless/ath/wil6210/Kconfig

  1 config WIL6210
  2         tristate "Wilocity 60g WiFi card wil6210 support"
  3         select WANT_DEV_COREDUMP
  4         depends on CFG80211
  5         depends on PCI
  6         default n
  7         ---help---
  8           This module adds support for wireless adapter based on
  9           wil6210 chip by Wilocity. It supports operation on the
 10           60 GHz band, covered by the IEEE802.11ad standard.
 11 
 12           http://wireless.kernel.org/en/users/Drivers/wil6210
 13 
 14           If you choose to build it as a module, it will be called
 15           wil6210
 16 
 17 config WIL6210_ISR_COR
 18         bool "Use Clear-On-Read mode for ISR registers for wil6210"
 19         depends on WIL6210
 20         default y
 21         ---help---
 22           ISR registers on wil6210 chip may operate in either
 23           COR (Clear-On-Read) or W1C (Write-1-to-Clear) mode.
 24           For production code, use COR (say y); is default since
 25           it saves extra target transaction;
 26           For ISR debug, use W1C (say n); is allows to monitor ISR
 27           registers with debugfs. If COR were used, ISR would
 28           self-clear when accessed for debug purposes, it makes
 29           such monitoring impossible.
 30           Say y unless you debug interrupts
 31 
 32 config WIL6210_TRACING
 33         bool "wil6210 tracing support"
 34         depends on WIL6210
 35         depends on EVENT_TRACING
 36         default y
 37         ---help---
 38           Say Y here to enable tracepoints for the wil6210 driver
 39           using the kernel tracing infrastructure.  Select this
 40           option if you are interested in debugging the driver.
 41 
 42           If unsure, say Y to make it easier to debug problems.

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