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  1 #
  2 # X86 Platform Specific Drivers
  3 #
  5 menuconfig X86_PLATFORM_DEVICES
  6         bool "X86 Platform Specific Device Drivers"
  7         default y
  8         depends on X86
  9         ---help---
 10           Say Y here to get to see options for device drivers for various
 11           x86 platforms, including vendor-specific laptop extension drivers.
 12           This option alone does not add any kernel code.
 14           If you say N, all options in this submenu will be skipped and disabled.
 18 config ACER_WMI
 19         tristate "Acer WMI Laptop Extras"
 20         depends on ACPI
 21         select LEDS_CLASS
 22         select NEW_LEDS
 23         depends on BACKLIGHT_CLASS_DEVICE
 24         depends on SERIO_I8042
 25         depends on INPUT
 26         depends on RFKILL || RFKILL = n
 27         depends on ACPI_WMI
 28         select INPUT_SPARSEKMAP
 29         # Acer WMI depends on ACPI_VIDEO when ACPI is enabled
 30         select ACPI_VIDEO if ACPI
 31         ---help---
 32           This is a driver for newer Acer (and Wistron) laptops. It adds
 33           wireless radio and bluetooth control, and on some laptops,
 34           exposes the mail LED and LCD backlight.
 36           If you have an ACPI-WMI compatible Acer/ Wistron laptop, say Y or M
 37           here.
 39 config ACERHDF
 40         tristate "Acer Aspire One temperature and fan driver"
 41         depends on ACPI && THERMAL
 42         select THERMAL_GOV_BANG_BANG
 43         ---help---
 44           This is a driver for Acer Aspire One netbooks. It allows to access
 45           the temperature sensor and to control the fan.
 47           After loading this driver the BIOS is still in control of the fan.
 48           To let the kernel handle the fan, do:
 49           echo -n enabled > /sys/class/thermal/thermal_zone0/mode
 51           For more information about this driver see
 52           <>
 54           If you have an Acer Aspire One netbook, say Y or M
 55           here.
 57 config ALIENWARE_WMI
 58         tristate "Alienware Special feature control"
 59         depends on ACPI
 60         depends on LEDS_CLASS
 61         depends on NEW_LEDS
 62         depends on ACPI_WMI
 63         ---help---
 64          This is a driver for controlling Alienware BIOS driven
 65          features.  It exposes an interface for controlling the AlienFX
 66          zones on Alienware machines that don't contain a dedicated AlienFX
 67          USB MCU such as the X51 and X51-R2.
 69 config ASUS_LAPTOP
 70         tristate "Asus Laptop Extras"
 71         depends on ACPI
 72         select LEDS_CLASS
 73         select NEW_LEDS
 74         depends on BACKLIGHT_CLASS_DEVICE
 75         depends on INPUT
 76         depends on RFKILL || RFKILL = n
 77         depends on ACPI_VIDEO || ACPI_VIDEO = n
 78         select INPUT_SPARSEKMAP
 79         select INPUT_POLLDEV
 80         ---help---
 81           This is a driver for Asus laptops, Lenovo SL and the Pegatron
 82           Lucid tablet. It may also support some MEDION, JVC or VICTOR
 83           laptops. It makes all the extra buttons generate standard
 84           ACPI events and input events, and on the Lucid the built-in
 85           accelerometer appears as an input device.  It also adds
 86           support for video output switching, LCD backlight control,
 87           Bluetooth and Wlan control, and most importantly, allows you
 88           to blink those fancy LEDs.
 90           For more information see <>.
 92           If you have an ACPI-compatible ASUS laptop, say Y or M here.
 94 config DELL_SMBIOS
 95         tristate "Dell SMBIOS Support"
 96         depends on DCDBAS
 97         default n
 98         ---help---
 99         This module provides common functions for kernel modules using
100         Dell SMBIOS.
102         If you have a Dell laptop, say Y or M here.
104 config DELL_LAPTOP
105         tristate "Dell Laptop Extras"
106         depends on DELL_SMBIOS
107         depends on DMI
108         depends on BACKLIGHT_CLASS_DEVICE
109         depends on ACPI_VIDEO || ACPI_VIDEO = n
110         depends on RFKILL || RFKILL = n
111         depends on SERIO_I8042
112         select POWER_SUPPLY
113         select LEDS_CLASS
114         select NEW_LEDS
115         default n
116         ---help---
117         This driver adds support for rfkill and backlight control to Dell
118         laptops (except for some models covered by the Compal driver).
120 config DELL_WMI
121         tristate "Dell WMI extras"
122         depends on ACPI_WMI
123         depends on DMI
124         depends on INPUT
125         depends on ACPI_VIDEO || ACPI_VIDEO = n
126         depends on DELL_SMBIOS
127         select INPUT_SPARSEKMAP
128         ---help---
129           Say Y here if you want to support WMI-based hotkeys on Dell laptops.
131           To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the module will
132           be called dell-wmi.
134 config DELL_WMI_AIO
135         tristate "WMI Hotkeys for Dell All-In-One series"
136         depends on ACPI_WMI
137         depends on INPUT
138         select INPUT_SPARSEKMAP
139         ---help---
140           Say Y here if you want to support WMI-based hotkeys on Dell
141           All-In-One machines.
143           To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the module will
144           be called dell-wmi-aio.
146 config DELL_SMO8800
147         tristate "Dell Latitude freefall driver (ACPI SMO88XX)"
148         depends on ACPI
149         ---help---
150           Say Y here if you want to support SMO88XX freefall devices
151           on Dell Latitude laptops.
153           To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the module will
154           be called dell-smo8800.
156 config DELL_RBTN
157         tristate "Dell Airplane Mode Switch driver"
158         depends on ACPI
159         depends on INPUT
160         depends on RFKILL
161         ---help---
162           Say Y here if you want to support Dell Airplane Mode Switch ACPI
163           device on Dell laptops. Sometimes it has names: DELLABCE or DELRBTN.
164           This driver register rfkill device or input hotkey device depending
165           on hardware type (hw switch slider or keyboard toggle button). For
166           rfkill devices it receive HW switch events and set correct hard
167           rfkill state.
169           To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the module will
170           be called dell-rbtn.
174         tristate "Fujitsu Laptop Extras"
175         depends on ACPI
176         depends on INPUT
177         depends on BACKLIGHT_CLASS_DEVICE
178         depends on ACPI_VIDEO || ACPI_VIDEO = n
179         depends on LEDS_CLASS || LEDS_CLASS=n
180         ---help---
181           This is a driver for laptops built by Fujitsu:
183             * P2xxx/P5xxx/S6xxx/S7xxx series Lifebooks
184             * Possibly other Fujitsu laptop models
185             * Tested with S6410 and S7020
187           It adds support for LCD brightness control and some hotkeys.
189           If you have a Fujitsu laptop, say Y or M here.
192         bool "Verbose debug mode for Fujitsu Laptop Extras"
193         depends on FUJITSU_LAPTOP
194         default n
195         ---help---
196           Enables extra debug output from the fujitsu extras driver, at the
197           expense of a slight increase in driver size.
199           If you are not sure, say N here.
202        tristate "Fujitsu Tablet Extras"
203        depends on ACPI
204        depends on INPUT
205        ---help---
206          This is a driver for tablets built by Fujitsu:
208            * Lifebook P1510/P1610/P1620/Txxxx
209            * Stylistic ST5xxx
210            * Possibly other Fujitsu tablet models
212          It adds support for the panel buttons, docking station detection,
213          tablet/notebook mode detection for convertible and
214          orientation detection for docked slates.
216          If you have a Fujitsu convertible or slate, say Y or M here.
218 config AMILO_RFKILL
219         tristate "Fujitsu-Siemens Amilo rfkill support"
220         depends on RFKILL
221         depends on SERIO_I8042
222         ---help---
223           This is a driver for enabling wifi on some Fujitsu-Siemens Amilo
224           laptops.
226 config TC1100_WMI
227         tristate "HP Compaq TC1100 Tablet WMI Extras"
228         depends on !X86_64
229         depends on ACPI
230         depends on ACPI_WMI
231         ---help---
232           This is a driver for the WMI extensions (wireless and bluetooth power
233           control) of the HP Compaq TC1100 tablet.
235 config HP_ACCEL
236         tristate "HP laptop accelerometer"
237         depends on INPUT && ACPI
238         depends on SERIO_I8042
239         select SENSORS_LIS3LV02D
240         select NEW_LEDS
241         select LEDS_CLASS
242         help
243           This driver provides support for the "Mobile Data Protection System 3D"
244           or "3D DriveGuard" feature of HP laptops. On such systems the driver
245           should load automatically (via ACPI alias).
247           Support for a led indicating disk protection will be provided as
248           hp::hddprotect. For more information on the feature, refer to
249           Documentation/misc-devices/lis3lv02d.
251           To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the module will
252           be called hp_accel.
254 config HP_WIRELESS
255         tristate "HP wireless button"
256         depends on ACPI
257         depends on INPUT
258         help
259          This driver provides supports for new HP wireless button for Windows 8.
260          On such systems the driver should load automatically (via ACPI alias).
262          To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the module will
263          be called hp-wireless.
265 config HP_WMI
266         tristate "HP WMI extras"
267         depends on ACPI_WMI
268         depends on INPUT
269         depends on RFKILL || RFKILL = n
270         select INPUT_SPARSEKMAP
271         help
272          Say Y here if you want to support WMI-based hotkeys on HP laptops and
273          to read data from WMI such as docking or ambient light sensor state.
275          To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the module will
276          be called hp-wmi.
278 config MSI_LAPTOP
279         tristate "MSI Laptop Extras"
280         depends on ACPI
281         depends on BACKLIGHT_CLASS_DEVICE
282         depends on ACPI_VIDEO || ACPI_VIDEO = n
283         depends on RFKILL
284         depends on INPUT && SERIO_I8042
285         select INPUT_SPARSEKMAP
286         ---help---
287           This is a driver for laptops built by MSI (MICRO-STAR
288           INTERNATIONAL):
290           MSI MegaBook S270 (MS-1013)
291           Cytron/TCM/Medion/Tchibo MD96100/SAM2000
293           It adds support for Bluetooth, WLAN and LCD brightness control.
295           More information about this driver is available at
296           <>.
298           If you have an MSI S270 laptop, say Y or M here.
301         tristate "Panasonic Laptop Extras"
302         depends on INPUT && ACPI
303         depends on BACKLIGHT_CLASS_DEVICE
304         select INPUT_SPARSEKMAP
305         ---help---
306           This driver adds support for access to backlight control and hotkeys
307           on Panasonic Let's Note laptops.
309           If you have a Panasonic Let's note laptop (such as the R1(N variant),
310           R2, R3, R5, T2, W2 and Y2 series), say Y.
312 config COMPAL_LAPTOP
313         tristate "Compal (and others) Laptop Extras"
314         depends on ACPI
315         depends on BACKLIGHT_CLASS_DEVICE
316         depends on ACPI_VIDEO || ACPI_VIDEO = n
317         depends on RFKILL
318         depends on HWMON
319         depends on POWER_SUPPLY
320         ---help---
321           This is a driver for laptops built by Compal, and some models by
322           other brands (e.g. Dell, Toshiba).
324           It adds support for rfkill, Bluetooth, WLAN, LCD brightness, hwmon
325           and battery charging level control.
327           For a (possibly incomplete) list of supported laptops, please refer
328           to: Documentation/platform/x86-laptop-drivers.txt
330 config SONY_LAPTOP
331         tristate "Sony Laptop Extras"
332         depends on ACPI
333         depends on ACPI_VIDEO || ACPI_VIDEO = n
334         depends on BACKLIGHT_CLASS_DEVICE
335         depends on INPUT
336         depends on RFKILL
337           ---help---
338           This mini-driver drives the SNC and SPIC devices present in the ACPI
339           BIOS of the Sony Vaio laptops.
341           It gives access to some extra laptop functionalities like Bluetooth,
342           screen brightness control, Fn keys and allows powering on/off some
343           devices.
345           Read <file:Documentation/laptops/sony-laptop.txt> for more information.
347 config SONYPI_COMPAT
348         bool "Sonypi compatibility"
349         depends on SONY_LAPTOP
350           ---help---
351           Build the sonypi driver compatibility code into the sony-laptop driver.
354         tristate "Lenovo IdeaPad Laptop Extras"
355         depends on ACPI
356         depends on RFKILL && INPUT
357         depends on SERIO_I8042
358         depends on BACKLIGHT_CLASS_DEVICE
359         depends on ACPI_VIDEO || ACPI_VIDEO = n
360         depends on ACPI_WMI || ACPI_WMI = n
361         select INPUT_SPARSEKMAP
362         help
363           This is a driver for Lenovo IdeaPad netbooks contains drivers for
364           rfkill switch, hotkey, fan control and backlight control.
366 config THINKPAD_ACPI
367         tristate "ThinkPad ACPI Laptop Extras"
368         depends on ACPI
369         depends on INPUT
370         depends on RFKILL || RFKILL = n
371         depends on ACPI_VIDEO || ACPI_VIDEO = n
372         depends on BACKLIGHT_CLASS_DEVICE
373         select HWMON
374         select NVRAM
375         select NEW_LEDS
376         select LEDS_CLASS
377         ---help---
378           This is a driver for the IBM and Lenovo ThinkPad laptops. It adds
379           support for Fn-Fx key combinations, Bluetooth control, video
380           output switching, ThinkLight control, UltraBay eject and more.
381           For more information about this driver see
382           <file:Documentation/laptops/thinkpad-acpi.txt> and
383           <> .
385           This driver was formerly known as ibm-acpi.
387           Extra functionality will be available if the rfkill (CONFIG_RFKILL)
388           and/or ALSA (CONFIG_SND) subsystems are available in the kernel.
389           Note that if you want ThinkPad-ACPI to be built-in instead of
390           modular, ALSA and rfkill will also have to be built-in.
392           If you have an IBM or Lenovo ThinkPad laptop, say Y or M here.
395         bool "Console audio control ALSA interface"
396         depends on THINKPAD_ACPI
397         depends on SND
398         depends on SND = y || THINKPAD_ACPI = SND
399         default y
400         ---help---
401           Enables monitoring of the built-in console audio output control
402           (headphone and speakers), which is operated by the mute and (in
403           some ThinkPad models) volume hotkeys.
405           If this option is enabled, ThinkPad-ACPI will export an ALSA card
406           with a single read-only mixer control, which should be used for
407           on-screen-display feedback purposes by the Desktop Environment.
409           Optionally, the driver will also allow software control (the
410           ALSA mixer will be made read-write).  Please refer to the driver
411           documentation for details.
413           All IBM models have both volume and mute control.  Newer Lenovo
414           models only have mute control (the volume hotkeys are just normal
415           keys and volume control is done through the main HDA mixer).
418         bool "Maintainer debug facilities"
419         depends on THINKPAD_ACPI
420         default n
421         ---help---
422           Enables extra stuff in the thinkpad-acpi which is completely useless
423           for normal use.  Read the driver source to find out what it does.
425           Say N here, unless you were told by a kernel maintainer to do
426           otherwise.
429         bool "Verbose debug mode"
430         depends on THINKPAD_ACPI
431         default n
432         ---help---
433           Enables extra debugging information, at the expense of a slightly
434           increase in driver size.
436           If you are not sure, say N here.
439         bool "Allow control of important LEDs (unsafe)"
440         depends on THINKPAD_ACPI
441         default n
442         ---help---
443           Overriding LED state on ThinkPads can mask important
444           firmware alerts (like critical battery condition), or misled
445           the user into damaging the hardware (undocking or ejecting
446           the bay while buses are still active), etc.
448           LED control on the ThinkPad is write-only (with very few
449           exceptions on very ancient models), which makes it
450           impossible to know beforehand if important information will
451           be lost when one changes LED state.
453           Users that know what they are doing can enable this option
454           and the driver will allow control of every LED, including
455           the ones on the dock stations.
457           Never enable this option on a distribution kernel.
459           Say N here, unless you are building a kernel for your own
460           use, and need to control the important firmware LEDs.
463         bool "Video output control support"
464         depends on THINKPAD_ACPI
465         default y
466         ---help---
467           Allows the thinkpad_acpi driver to provide an interface to control
468           the various video output ports.
470           This feature often won't work well, depending on ThinkPad model,
471           display state, video output devices in use, whether there is a X
472           server running, phase of the moon, and the current mood of
473           Schroedinger's cat.  If you can use's RandR to control
474           your ThinkPad's video output ports instead of this feature,
475           don't think twice: do it and say N here to save memory and avoid
476           bad interactions with
478           NOTE: access to this feature is limited to processes with the
479           CAP_SYS_ADMIN capability, to avoid local DoS issues in platforms
480           where it interacts badly with
482           If you are not sure, say Y here but do try to check if you could
483           be using RandR instead.
486         bool "Support NVRAM polling for hot keys"
487         depends on THINKPAD_ACPI
488         default y
489         ---help---
490           Some thinkpad models benefit from NVRAM polling to detect a few of
491           the hot key press events.  If you know your ThinkPad model does not
492           need to do NVRAM polling to support any of the hot keys you use,
493           unselecting this option will save about 1kB of memory.
495           ThinkPads T40 and newer, R52 and newer, and X31 and newer are
496           unlikely to need NVRAM polling in their latest BIOS versions.
498           NVRAM polling can detect at most the following keys: ThinkPad/Access
499           IBM, Zoom, Switch Display (fn+F7), ThinkLight, Volume up/down/mute,
500           Brightness up/down, Display Expand (fn+F8), Hibernate (fn+F12).
502           If you are not sure, say Y here.  The driver enables polling only if
503           it is strictly necessary to do so.
505 config SENSORS_HDAPS
506         tristate "Thinkpad Hard Drive Active Protection System (hdaps)"
507         depends on INPUT
508         select INPUT_POLLDEV
509         default n
510         help
511           This driver provides support for the IBM Hard Drive Active Protection
512           System (hdaps), which provides an accelerometer and other misc. data.
513           ThinkPads starting with the R50, T41, and X40 are supported.  The
514           accelerometer data is readable via sysfs.
516           This driver also provides an absolute input class device, allowing
517           the laptop to act as a pinball machine-esque joystick.
519           If your ThinkPad is not recognized by the driver, please update to latest
520           BIOS. This is especially the case for some R52 ThinkPads.
522           Say Y here if you have an applicable laptop and want to experience
523           the awesome power of hdaps.
525 config INTEL_MENLOW
526         tristate "Thermal Management driver for Intel menlow platform"
527         depends on ACPI_THERMAL
528         select THERMAL
529         ---help---
530           ACPI thermal management enhancement driver on
531           Intel Menlow platform.
533           If unsure, say N.
535 config EEEPC_LAPTOP
536         tristate "Eee PC Hotkey Driver"
537         depends on ACPI
538         depends on INPUT
539         depends on RFKILL || RFKILL = n
540         depends on ACPI_VIDEO || ACPI_VIDEO = n
541         depends on HOTPLUG_PCI
542         depends on BACKLIGHT_CLASS_DEVICE
543         select HWMON
544         select LEDS_CLASS
545         select NEW_LEDS
546         select INPUT_SPARSEKMAP
547         ---help---
548           This driver supports the Fn-Fx keys on Eee PC laptops.
550           It  also gives access to some extra laptop functionalities like
551           Bluetooth, backlight and allows powering on/off some other
552           devices.
554           If you have an Eee PC laptop, say Y or M here. If this driver
555           doesn't work on your Eee PC, try eeepc-wmi instead.
557 config ASUS_WMI
558         tristate "ASUS WMI Driver"
559         depends on ACPI_WMI
560         depends on INPUT
561         depends on HWMON
562         depends on BACKLIGHT_CLASS_DEVICE
563         depends on RFKILL || RFKILL = n
564         depends on HOTPLUG_PCI
565         depends on ACPI_VIDEO || ACPI_VIDEO = n
566         select INPUT_SPARSEKMAP
567         select LEDS_CLASS
568         select NEW_LEDS
569         ---help---
570           Say Y here if you have a WMI aware Asus laptop (like Eee PCs or new
571           Asus Notebooks).
573           To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the module will
574           be called asus-wmi.
576 config ASUS_NB_WMI
577         tristate "Asus Notebook WMI Driver"
578         depends on ASUS_WMI
579         ---help---
580           This is a driver for newer Asus notebooks. It adds extra features
581           like wireless radio and bluetooth control, leds, hotkeys, backlight...
583           For more information, see
584           <file:Documentation/ABI/testing/sysfs-platform-asus-wmi>
586           If you have an ACPI-WMI compatible Asus Notebook, say Y or M
587           here.
589 config EEEPC_WMI
590         tristate "Eee PC WMI Driver"
591         depends on ASUS_WMI
592         ---help---
593           This is a driver for newer Eee PC laptops. It adds extra features
594           like wireless radio and bluetooth control, leds, hotkeys, backlight...
596           For more information, see
597           <file:Documentation/ABI/testing/sysfs-platform-asus-wmi>
599           If you have an ACPI-WMI compatible Eee PC laptop (>= 1000), say Y or M
600           here.
602 config ASUS_WIRELESS
603         tristate "Asus Wireless Radio Control Driver"
604         depends on ACPI
605         depends on INPUT
606         ---help---
607           The Asus Wireless Radio Control handles the airplane mode hotkey
608           present on some Asus laptops.
610           Say Y or M here if you have an ASUS notebook with an airplane mode
611           hotkey.
613           If you choose to compile this driver as a module the module will be
614           called asus-wireless.
616 config ACPI_WMI
617         tristate "WMI"
618         depends on ACPI
619         help
620           This driver adds support for the ACPI-WMI (Windows Management
621           Instrumentation) mapper device (PNP0C14) found on some systems.
623           ACPI-WMI is a proprietary extension to ACPI to expose parts of the
624           ACPI firmware to userspace - this is done through various vendor
625           defined methods and data blocks in a PNP0C14 device, which are then
626           made available for userspace to call.
628           The implementation of this in Linux currently only exposes this to
629           other kernel space drivers.
631           This driver is a required dependency to build the firmware specific
632           drivers needed on many machines, including Acer and HP laptops.
634           It is safe to enable this driver even if your DSDT doesn't define
635           any ACPI-WMI devices.
637 config MSI_WMI
638         tristate "MSI WMI extras"
639         depends on ACPI_WMI
640         depends on INPUT
641         depends on BACKLIGHT_CLASS_DEVICE
642         depends on ACPI_VIDEO || ACPI_VIDEO = n
643         select INPUT_SPARSEKMAP
644         help
645          Say Y here if you want to support WMI-based hotkeys on MSI laptops.
647          To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the module will
648          be called msi-wmi.
651         tristate "Topstar Laptop Extras"
652         depends on ACPI
653         depends on INPUT
654         select INPUT_SPARSEKMAP
655         ---help---
656           This driver adds support for hotkeys found on Topstar laptops.
658           If you have a Topstar laptop, say Y or M here.
660 config ACPI_TOSHIBA
661         tristate "Toshiba Laptop Extras"
662         depends on ACPI
663         depends on ACPI_WMI
664         select LEDS_CLASS
665         select NEW_LEDS
666         depends on BACKLIGHT_CLASS_DEVICE
667         depends on INPUT
668         depends on SERIO_I8042 || SERIO_I8042 = n
669         depends on ACPI_VIDEO || ACPI_VIDEO = n
670         depends on RFKILL || RFKILL = n
671         select INPUT_POLLDEV
672         select INPUT_SPARSEKMAP
673         ---help---
674           This driver adds support for access to certain system settings
675           on "legacy free" Toshiba laptops.  These laptops can be recognized by
676           their lack of a BIOS setup menu and APM support.
678           On these machines, all system configuration is handled through the
679           ACPI.  This driver is required for access to controls not covered
680           by the general ACPI drivers, such as LCD brightness, video output,
681           etc.
683           This driver differs from the non-ACPI Toshiba laptop driver (located
684           under "Processor type and features") in several aspects.
685           Configuration is accessed by reading and writing text files in the
686           /proc tree instead of by program interface to /dev.  Furthermore, no
687           power management functions are exposed, as those are handled by the
688           general ACPI drivers.
690           More information about this driver is available at
691           <>.
693           If you have a legacy free Toshiba laptop (such as the Libretto L1
694           series), say Y.
697         tristate "Toshiba Bluetooth RFKill switch support"
698         depends on ACPI
699         depends on RFKILL || RFKILL = n
700         ---help---
701           This driver adds support for Bluetooth events for the RFKill
702           switch on modern Toshiba laptops with full ACPI support and
703           an RFKill switch.
705           This driver handles RFKill events for the TOS6205 Bluetooth,
706           and re-enables it when the switch is set back to the 'on'
707           position.
709           If you have a modern Toshiba laptop with a Bluetooth and an
710           RFKill switch (such as the Portege R500), say Y.
712 config TOSHIBA_HAPS
713         tristate "Toshiba HDD Active Protection Sensor"
714         depends on ACPI
715         ---help---
716           This driver adds support for the built-in accelerometer
717           found on recent Toshiba laptops equipped with HID TOS620A
718           device.
720           This driver receives ACPI notify events 0x80 when the sensor
721           detects a sudden move or a harsh vibration, as well as an
722           ACPI notify event 0x81 whenever the movement or vibration has
723           been stabilized.
725           Also provides sysfs entries to get/set the desired protection
726           level and resetting the HDD protection interface.
728           If you have a recent Toshiba laptop with a built-in accelerometer
729           device, say Y.
731 config TOSHIBA_WMI
732         tristate "Toshiba WMI Hotkeys Driver (EXPERIMENTAL)"
733         default n
734         depends on ACPI_WMI
735         depends on INPUT
736         select INPUT_SPARSEKMAP
737         ---help---
738           This driver adds hotkey monitoring support to some Toshiba models
739           that manage the hotkeys via WMI events.
741           WARNING: This driver is incomplete as it lacks a proper keymap and the
742           *notify function only prints the ACPI event type value. Be warned that
743           you will need to provide some information if you have a Toshiba model
744           with WMI event hotkeys and want to help with the develpment of this
745           driver.
747           If you have a WMI-based hotkeys Toshiba laptop, say Y or M here.
749 config ACPI_CMPC
750         tristate "CMPC Laptop Extras"
751         depends on ACPI
752         depends on RFKILL || RFKILL=n
753         select INPUT
754         select BACKLIGHT_CLASS_DEVICE
755         default n
756         help
757           Support for Intel Classmate PC ACPI devices, including some
758           keys as input device, backlight device, tablet and accelerometer
759           devices.
761 config INTEL_HID_EVENT
762         tristate "INTEL HID Event"
763         depends on ACPI
764         depends on INPUT
765         select INPUT_SPARSEKMAP
766         help
767           This driver provides support for the Intel HID Event hotkey interface.
768           Some laptops require this driver for hotkey support.
770           To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the module will
771           be called intel_hid.
773 config INTEL_SCU_IPC
774         bool "Intel SCU IPC Support"
775         depends on X86_INTEL_MID
776         default y
777         ---help---
778           IPC is used to bridge the communications between kernel and SCU on
779           some embedded Intel x86 platforms. This is not needed for PC-type
780           machines.
783         tristate "Intel SCU IPC utility driver"
784         depends on INTEL_SCU_IPC
785         default y
786         ---help---
787           The IPC Util driver provides an interface with the SCU enabling
788           low level access for debug work and updating the firmware. Say
789           N unless you will be doing this on an Intel MID platform.
791 config GPIO_INTEL_PMIC
792         bool "Intel PMIC GPIO support"
793         depends on INTEL_SCU_IPC && GPIOLIB
794         ---help---
795           Say Y here to support GPIO via the SCU IPC interface
796           on Intel MID platforms.
799         tristate "power button driver for Intel MID platforms"
800         depends on INTEL_SCU_IPC && INPUT
801         help
802           This driver handles the power button on the Intel MID platforms.
804           If unsure, say N.
807        tristate "Thermal driver for Intel Medfield platform"
808        depends on MFD_INTEL_MSIC && THERMAL
809        help
810          Say Y here to enable thermal driver support for the  Intel Medfield
811          platform.
813 config INTEL_IPS
814         tristate "Intel Intelligent Power Sharing"
815         depends on ACPI
816         ---help---
817           Intel Calpella platforms support dynamic power sharing between the
818           CPU and GPU, maximizing performance in a given TDP.  This driver,
819           along with the CPU frequency and i915 drivers, provides that
820           functionality.  If in doubt, say Y here; it will only load on
821           supported platforms.
823 config INTEL_IMR
824         bool "Intel Isolated Memory Region support"
825         default n
826         depends on X86_INTEL_QUARK && IOSF_MBI
827         ---help---
828           This option provides a means to manipulate Isolated Memory Regions.
829           IMRs are a set of registers that define read and write access masks
830           to prohibit certain system agents from accessing memory with 1 KiB
831           granularity.
833           IMRs make it possible to control read/write access to an address
834           by hardware agents inside the SoC. Read and write masks can be
835           defined for:
836                 - eSRAM flush
837                 - Dirty CPU snoop (write only)
838                 - RMU access
839                 - PCI Virtual Channel 0/Virtual Channel 1
840                 - SMM mode
841                 - Non SMM mode
843           Quark contains a set of eight IMR registers and makes use of those
844           registers during its bootup process.
846           If you are running on a Galileo/Quark say Y here.
848 config INTEL_PMC_CORE
849         bool "Intel PMC Core driver"
850         depends on PCI
851         ---help---
852           The Intel Platform Controller Hub for Intel Core SoCs provides access
853           to Power Management Controller registers via a PCI interface. This
854           driver can utilize debugging capabilities and supported features as
855           exposed by the Power Management Controller.
857           Supported features:
858                 - SLP_S0_RESIDENCY counter.
860 config IBM_RTL
861         tristate "Device driver to enable PRTL support"
862         depends on PCI
863         ---help---
864          Enable support for IBM Premium Real Time Mode (PRTM).
865          This module will allow you the enter and exit PRTM in the BIOS via
866          sysfs on platforms that support this feature.  System in PRTM will
867          not receive CPU-generated SMIs for recoverable errors.  Use of this
868          feature without proper support may void your hardware warranty.
870          If the proper BIOS support is found the driver will load and create
871          /sys/devices/system/ibm_rtl/.  The "state" variable will indicate
872          whether or not the BIOS is in PRTM.
873          state = 0 (BIOS SMIs on)
874          state = 1 (BIOS SMIs off)
876 config XO1_RFKILL
877         tristate "OLPC XO-1 software RF kill switch"
878         depends on OLPC || COMPILE_TEST
879         depends on RFKILL
880         ---help---
881           Support for enabling/disabling the WLAN interface on the OLPC XO-1
882           laptop.
884 config XO15_EBOOK
885         tristate "OLPC XO-1.5 ebook switch"
886         depends on OLPC || COMPILE_TEST
887         depends on ACPI && INPUT
888         ---help---
889           Support for the ebook switch on the OLPC XO-1.5 laptop.
891           This switch is triggered as the screen is rotated and folded down to
892           convert the device into ebook form.
895         tristate "Samsung Laptop driver"
896         depends on RFKILL || RFKILL = n
897         depends on ACPI_VIDEO || ACPI_VIDEO = n
898         depends on BACKLIGHT_CLASS_DEVICE
899         select LEDS_CLASS
900         select NEW_LEDS
901         ---help---
902           This module implements a driver for a wide range of different
903           Samsung laptops.  It offers control over the different
904           function keys, wireless LED, LCD backlight level.
906           It may also provide some sysfs files described in
907           <file:Documentation/ABI/testing/sysfs-platform-samsung-laptop>
909           To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the module
910           will be called samsung-laptop.
912 config MXM_WMI
913        tristate "WMI support for MXM Laptop Graphics"
914        depends on ACPI_WMI
915        ---help---
916           MXM is a standard for laptop graphics cards, the WMI interface
917           is required for switchable nvidia graphics machines
920         tristate "Intel Oaktrail Platform Extras"
921         depends on ACPI
922         depends on ACPI_VIDEO || ACPI_VIDEO = n
923         depends on RFKILL && BACKLIGHT_CLASS_DEVICE && ACPI
924         ---help---
925           Intel Oaktrail platform need this driver to provide interfaces to
926           enable/disable the Camera, WiFi, BT etc. devices. If in doubt, say Y
927           here; it will only load on supported platforms.
929 config SAMSUNG_Q10
930         tristate "Samsung Q10 Extras"
931         depends on ACPI
932         select BACKLIGHT_CLASS_DEVICE
933         ---help---
934           This driver provides support for backlight control on Samsung Q10
935           and related laptops, including Dell Latitude X200.
937 config APPLE_GMUX
938         tristate "Apple Gmux Driver"
939         depends on ACPI
940         depends on PNP
941         depends on BACKLIGHT_CLASS_DEVICE
942         depends on BACKLIGHT_APPLE=n || BACKLIGHT_APPLE
943         depends on ACPI_VIDEO=n || ACPI_VIDEO
944         ---help---
945           This driver provides support for the gmux device found on many
946           Apple laptops, which controls the display mux for the hybrid
947           graphics as well as the backlight. Currently only backlight
948           control is supported by the driver.
950 config INTEL_RST
951         tristate "Intel Rapid Start Technology Driver"
952         depends on ACPI
953         ---help---
954           This driver provides support for modifying paramaters on systems
955           equipped with Intel's Rapid Start Technology. When put in an ACPI
956           sleep state, these devices will wake after either a configured
957           timeout or when the system battery reaches a critical state,
958           automatically copying memory contents to disk. On resume, the
959           firmware will copy the memory contents back to RAM and resume the OS
960           as usual.
963         tristate "Intel Smart Connect disabling driver"
964         depends on ACPI
965         ---help---
966           Intel Smart Connect is a technology intended to permit devices to
967           update state by resuming for a short period of time at regular
968           intervals. If a user enables this functionality under Windows and
969           then reboots into Linux, the system may remain configured to resume
970           on suspend. In the absence of any userspace to support it, the system
971           will then remain awake until something triggers another suspend.
973           This driver checks to determine whether the device has Intel Smart
974           Connect enabled, and if so disables it.
976 config PVPANIC
977         tristate "pvpanic device support"
978         depends on ACPI
979         ---help---
980           This driver provides support for the pvpanic device.  pvpanic is
981           a paravirtualized device provided by QEMU; it lets a virtual machine
982           (guest) communicate panic events to the host.
984 config INTEL_PMC_IPC
985         tristate "Intel PMC IPC Driver"
986         depends on ACPI
987         ---help---
988         This driver provides support for PMC control on some Intel platforms.
989         The PMC is an ARC processor which defines IPC commands for communication
990         with other entities in the CPU.
993         tristate "Power/home/volume buttons driver for Microsoft Surface Pro 3/4 tablet"
994         depends on ACPI && INPUT
995         ---help---
996           This driver handles the power/home/volume buttons on the Microsoft Surface Pro 3/4 tablet.
998 config INTEL_PUNIT_IPC
999         tristate "Intel P-Unit IPC Driver"
1000         ---help---
1001           This driver provides support for Intel P-Unit Mailbox IPC mechanism,
1002           which is used to bridge the communications between kernel and P-Unit.
1005         tristate "Intel SoC Telemetry Driver"
1006         default n
1007         depends on INTEL_PMC_IPC && INTEL_PUNIT_IPC && X86_64
1008         ---help---
1009           This driver provides interfaces to configure and use
1010           telemetry for INTEL SoC from APL onwards. It is also
1011           used to get various SoC events and parameters
1012           directly via debugfs files. Various tools may use
1013           this interface for SoC state monitoring.
1014 endif # X86_PLATFORM_DEVICES

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