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Linux/drivers/parisc/Kconfig

  1 menu "Bus options (PCI, PCMCIA, EISA, GSC, ISA)"
  2 
  3 config GSC
  4         bool "VSC/GSC/HSC bus support"
  5         default y
  6         help
  7           The VSC, GSC and HSC busses were used from the earliest 700-series
  8           workstations up to and including the C360/J2240 workstations.  They
  9           were also used in servers from the E-class to the K-class.  They
 10           are not found in B1000, C3000, J5000, A500, L1000, N4000 and upwards.
 11           If in doubt, say "Y".
 12 
 13 config HPPB
 14         bool "HP-PB bus support"
 15         depends on GSC
 16         help
 17           The HP-PB bus was used in the Nova class and K-class servers.
 18           If in doubt, say "Y"
 19 
 20 config IOMMU_CCIO
 21         bool "U2/Uturn I/O MMU"
 22         depends on GSC
 23         help
 24           Say Y here to enable DMA management routines for the first
 25           generation of PA-RISC cache-coherent machines.  Programs the
 26           U2/Uturn chip in "Virtual Mode" and use the I/O MMU.
 27 
 28 config GSC_LASI
 29         bool "Lasi I/O support"
 30         depends on GSC
 31         help
 32           Say Y here to support the Lasi multifunction chip found in
 33           many PA-RISC workstations & servers.  It includes interfaces
 34           for a parallel port, serial port, NCR 53c710 SCSI, Apricot
 35           Ethernet, Harmony audio, PS/2 keyboard & mouse, ISDN, telephony
 36           and floppy.  Note that you must still enable all the individual
 37           drivers for these chips.
 38 
 39 config GSC_WAX
 40         bool "Wax I/O support"
 41         depends on GSC
 42         help
 43           Say Y here to support the Wax multifunction chip found in some
 44           older systems, including B/C/D/R class and 715/64, 715/80 and
 45           715/100.  Wax includes an EISA adapter, a serial port (not always
 46           used), a HIL interface chip and is also known to be used as the
 47           GSC bridge for an X.25 GSC card.
 48 
 49 config EISA
 50         bool "EISA support"
 51         depends on GSC
 52         help
 53           Say Y here if you have an EISA bus in your machine.  This code
 54           supports both the Mongoose & Wax EISA adapters.  It is sadly
 55           incomplete and lacks support for card-to-host DMA.
 56 
 57 source "drivers/eisa/Kconfig"
 58 
 59 config ISA
 60         bool "ISA support"
 61         depends on EISA
 62         help
 63           If you want to plug an ISA card into your EISA bus, say Y here.
 64           Most people should say N.
 65 
 66 config PCI
 67         bool "PCI support"
 68         help
 69           All recent HP machines have PCI slots, and you should say Y here
 70           if you have a recent machine.  If you are convinced you do not have
 71           PCI slots in your machine (eg a 712), then you may say "N" here.
 72           Beware that some GSC cards have a Dino onboard and PCI inside them,
 73           so it may be safest to say "Y" anyway.
 74 
 75 source "drivers/pci/Kconfig"
 76 
 77 config GSC_DINO
 78         bool "GSCtoPCI/Dino PCI support"
 79         depends on PCI && GSC
 80         help
 81           Say Y here to support the Dino & Cujo GSC to PCI bridges found in
 82           machines from the B132 to the C360, the J2240 and the A180.  Some
 83           GSC/HSC cards (eg gigabit & dual 100 Mbit Ethernet) have a Dino on
 84           the card, and you also need to say Y here if you have such a card.
 85           Note that Dino also supplies one of the serial ports on certain
 86           machines.  If in doubt, say Y.
 87 
 88 config PCI_LBA
 89         bool "LBA/Elroy PCI support"
 90         depends on PCI
 91         help
 92           Say Y here to support the Elroy PCI Lower Bus Adapter.  This is
 93           present on B, C, J, L and N-class machines with 4-digit model
 94           numbers and the A400/A500.
 95 
 96 config IOSAPIC
 97         bool
 98         depends on PCI_LBA
 99         default PCI_LBA
100 
101 config IOMMU_SBA
102         bool
103         depends on PCI_LBA
104         default PCI_LBA
105 
106 config IOMMU_HELPER
107         bool
108         depends on IOMMU_SBA || IOMMU_CCIO
109         default y
110 
111 source "drivers/pcmcia/Kconfig"
112 
113 endmenu
114 
115 menu "PA-RISC specific drivers"
116 
117 config SUPERIO
118         bool "SuperIO (SuckyIO) support"
119         depends on PCI_LBA
120         default y
121         help
122           Say Y here to support the SuperIO chip found in Bxxxx, C3xxx and
123           J5xxx+ machines. This enables IDE, Floppy, Parallel Port, and
124           Serial port on those machines.
125 
126 config CHASSIS_LCD_LED
127         bool "Chassis LCD and LED support"
128         default y
129         select VM_EVENT_COUNTERS
130         help
131           Say Y here if you want to enable support for the Heartbeat,
132           Disk/Network activities LEDs on some PA-RISC machines,
133           or support for the LCD that can be found on recent material.
134         
135           This has nothing to do with LED State support for A and E class.
136         
137           If unsure, say Y.
138 
139 config PDC_CHASSIS
140         bool "PDC chassis state codes support"
141         default y
142         help
143           Say Y here if you want to enable support for Chassis codes.
144           That includes support for LED State front panel as found on E
145           class, and support for the GSP Virtual Front Panel (LED State and
146           message logging)  as found on high end servers such as A, L and
147           N-class.
148           This driver will also display progress messages on LCD display,
149           such as "INI", "RUN" and "FLT", and might thus clobber messages
150           shown by the LED/LCD driver.
151           This driver updates the state panel (LED and/or LCD) upon system
152           state change (eg: boot, shutdown or panic).
153           
154           If unsure, say Y.
155 
156 
157 config PDC_CHASSIS_WARN
158         bool "PDC chassis warnings support"
159         depends on PROC_FS
160         default y
161         help
162           Say Y here if you want to enable support for Chassis warnings.
163           This will add a proc entry '/proc/chassis' giving some information
164           about the overall health state of the system.
165           This includes NVRAM battery level, overtemp or failures such as
166           fans or power units.
167 
168           If unsure, say Y.
169 
170 
171 config PDC_STABLE
172         tristate "PDC Stable Storage support"
173         depends on SYSFS
174         default y
175         help
176           Say Y here if you want to enable support for accessing Stable Storage
177           variables (PDC non volatile variables such as Primary Boot Path,
178           Console Path, Autoboot, Autosearch, etc) through SysFS.
179         
180           If unsure, say Y.
181         
182           To compile this driver as a module, choose M here.
183           The module will be called pdc_stable.
184 
185 endmenu

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