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Linux/drivers/net/wireless/iwlegacy/Kconfig

  1 config IWLEGACY
  2         tristate
  3         select FW_LOADER
  4         select NEW_LEDS
  5         select LEDS_CLASS
  6         select LEDS_TRIGGERS
  7         select MAC80211_LEDS
  8 
  9 config IWL4965
 10         tristate "Intel Wireless WiFi 4965AGN (iwl4965)"
 11         depends on PCI && MAC80211
 12         select IWLEGACY
 13         ---help---
 14           This option enables support for
 15 
 16           Select to build the driver supporting the:
 17 
 18           Intel Wireless WiFi Link 4965AGN
 19 
 20           This driver uses the kernel's mac80211 subsystem.
 21 
 22           In order to use this driver, you will need a microcode (uCode)
 23           image for it. You can obtain the microcode from:
 24 
 25                   <http://intellinuxwireless.org/>.
 26 
 27           The microcode is typically installed in /lib/firmware. You can
 28           look in the hotplug script /etc/hotplug/firmware.agent to
 29           determine which directory FIRMWARE_DIR is set to when the script
 30           runs.
 31 
 32           If you want to compile the driver as a module ( = code which can be
 33           inserted in and removed from the running kernel whenever you want),
 34           say M here and read <file:Documentation/kbuild/modules.txt>.  The
 35           module will be called iwl4965.
 36 
 37 config IWL3945
 38         tristate "Intel PRO/Wireless 3945ABG/BG Network Connection (iwl3945)"
 39         depends on PCI && MAC80211
 40         select IWLEGACY
 41         ---help---
 42           Select to build the driver supporting the:
 43 
 44           Intel PRO/Wireless 3945ABG/BG Network Connection
 45 
 46           This driver uses the kernel's mac80211 subsystem.
 47 
 48           In order to use this driver, you will need a microcode (uCode)
 49           image for it. You can obtain the microcode from:
 50 
 51                   <http://intellinuxwireless.org/>.
 52 
 53           The microcode is typically installed in /lib/firmware. You can
 54           look in the hotplug script /etc/hotplug/firmware.agent to
 55           determine which directory FIRMWARE_DIR is set to when the script
 56           runs.
 57 
 58           If you want to compile the driver as a module ( = code which can be
 59           inserted in and removed from the running kernel whenever you want),
 60           say M here and read <file:Documentation/kbuild/modules.txt>.  The
 61           module will be called iwl3945.
 62 
 63 menu "iwl3945 / iwl4965 Debugging Options"
 64         depends on IWLEGACY
 65 
 66 config IWLEGACY_DEBUG
 67         bool "Enable full debugging output in iwlegacy (iwl 3945/4965) drivers"
 68         depends on IWLEGACY
 69         ---help---
 70           This option will enable debug tracing output for the iwlegacy
 71           drivers.
 72 
 73           This will result in the kernel module being ~100k larger.  You can
 74           control which debug output is sent to the kernel log by setting the
 75           value in
 76 
 77                 /sys/class/net/wlan0/device/debug_level
 78 
 79           This entry will only exist if this option is enabled.
 80 
 81           To set a value, simply echo an 8-byte hex value to the same file:
 82 
 83                   % echo 0x43fff > /sys/class/net/wlan0/device/debug_level
 84 
 85           You can find the list of debug mask values in:
 86                   drivers/net/wireless/iwlegacy/common.h
 87 
 88           If this is your first time using this driver, you should say Y here
 89           as the debug information can assist others in helping you resolve
 90           any problems you may encounter.
 91 
 92 config IWLEGACY_DEBUGFS
 93         bool "iwlegacy (iwl 3945/4965) debugfs support"
 94         depends on IWLEGACY && MAC80211_DEBUGFS
 95         ---help---
 96           Enable creation of debugfs files for the iwlegacy drivers. This
 97           is a low-impact option that allows getting insight into the
 98           driver's state at runtime.
 99 
100 endmenu

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