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Linux/drivers/s390/char/Kconfig

  1 comment "S/390 character device drivers"
  2         depends on S390
  3 
  4 config TN3270
  5         def_tristate y
  6         prompt "Support for locally attached 3270 terminals"
  7         depends on CCW
  8         help
  9           Include support for IBM 3270 terminals.
 10 
 11 config TN3270_TTY
 12         def_tristate y
 13         prompt "Support for tty input/output on 3270 terminals"
 14         depends on TN3270 && TTY
 15         help
 16           Include support for using an IBM 3270 terminal as a Linux tty.
 17 
 18 config TN3270_FS
 19         def_tristate m
 20         prompt "Support for fullscreen applications on 3270 terminals"
 21         depends on TN3270
 22         help
 23           Include support for fullscreen applications on an IBM 3270 terminal.
 24 
 25 config TN3270_CONSOLE
 26         def_bool y
 27         prompt "Support for console on 3270 terminal"
 28         depends on TN3270=y && TN3270_TTY=y
 29         help
 30           Include support for using an IBM 3270 terminal as a Linux system
 31           console.  Available only if 3270 support is compiled in statically.
 32 
 33 config TN3215
 34         def_bool y
 35         prompt "Support for 3215 line mode terminal"
 36         depends on CCW && TTY
 37         help
 38           Include support for IBM 3215 line-mode terminals.
 39 
 40 config TN3215_CONSOLE
 41         def_bool y
 42         prompt "Support for console on 3215 line mode terminal"
 43         depends on TN3215
 44         help
 45           Include support for using an IBM 3215 line-mode terminal as a
 46           Linux system console.
 47 
 48 config CCW_CONSOLE
 49         def_bool y if TN3215_CONSOLE || TN3270_CONSOLE
 50 
 51 config SCLP_TTY
 52         def_bool y
 53         prompt "Support for SCLP line mode terminal"
 54         depends on S390 && TTY
 55         help
 56           Include support for IBM SCLP line-mode terminals.
 57 
 58 config SCLP_CONSOLE
 59         def_bool y
 60         prompt "Support for console on SCLP line mode terminal"
 61         depends on SCLP_TTY
 62         help
 63           Include support for using an IBM HWC line-mode terminal as the Linux
 64           system console.
 65 
 66 config SCLP_VT220_TTY
 67         def_bool y
 68         prompt "Support for SCLP VT220-compatible terminal"
 69         depends on S390 && TTY
 70         help
 71           Include support for an IBM SCLP VT220-compatible terminal.
 72 
 73 config SCLP_VT220_CONSOLE
 74         def_bool y
 75         prompt "Support for console on SCLP VT220-compatible terminal"
 76         depends on SCLP_VT220_TTY
 77         help
 78           Include support for using an IBM SCLP VT220-compatible terminal as a
 79           Linux system console.
 80 
 81 config SCLP_CPI
 82         def_tristate m
 83         prompt "Control-Program Identification"
 84         depends on S390
 85         help
 86           This option enables the hardware console interface for system
 87           identification. This is commonly used for workload management and
 88           gives you a nice name for the system on the service element.
 89           Please select this option as a module since built-in operation is
 90           completely untested.
 91           You should only select this option if you know what you are doing,
 92           need this feature and intend to run your kernel in LPAR.
 93 
 94 config SCLP_ASYNC
 95         def_tristate m
 96         prompt "Support for Call Home via Asynchronous SCLP Records"
 97         depends on S390
 98         help
 99           This option enables the call home function, which is able to inform
100           the service element and connected organisations about a kernel panic.
101           You should only select this option if you know what you are doing,
102           want for inform other people about your kernel panics,
103           need this feature and intend to run your kernel in LPAR.
104 
105 config SCLP_ASYNC_ID
106        string "Component ID for Call Home"
107        depends on SCLP_ASYNC
108        default "000000000"
109        help
110          The Component ID for Call Home is used to identify the correct
111          problem reporting queue the call home records should be sent to.
112 
113          If your are unsure, please use the default value "000000000".
114 
115 config HMC_DRV
116         def_tristate m
117         prompt "Support for file transfers from HMC drive CD/DVD-ROM"
118         depends on S390
119         select CRC16
120         help
121           This option enables support for file transfers from a Hardware
122           Management Console (HMC) drive CD/DVD-ROM. It is available as a
123           module, called 'hmcdrv', and also as kernel built-in. There is one
124           optional parameter for this module: cachesize=N, which modifies the
125           transfer cache size from it's default value 0.5MB to N bytes. If N
126           is zero, then no caching is performed.
127 
128 config S390_TAPE
129         def_tristate m
130         prompt "S/390 tape device support"
131         depends on CCW
132         help
133           Select this option if you want to access channel-attached tape
134           devices on IBM S/390 or zSeries.
135           If you select this option you will also want to select at
136           least one of the tape interface options and one of the tape
137           hardware options in order to access a tape device.
138           This option is also available as a module. The module will be
139           called tape390 and include all selected interfaces and
140           hardware drivers.
141 
142 comment "S/390 tape hardware support"
143         depends on S390_TAPE
144 
145 config S390_TAPE_34XX
146         def_tristate m
147         prompt "Support for 3480/3490 tape hardware"
148         depends on S390_TAPE
149         help
150           Select this option if you want to access IBM 3480/3490 magnetic
151           tape subsystems and 100% compatibles.
152           It is safe to say "Y" here.
153 
154 config S390_TAPE_3590
155         def_tristate m
156         prompt "Support for 3590 tape hardware"
157         depends on S390_TAPE
158         help
159           Select this option if you want to access IBM 3590 magnetic
160           tape subsystems and 100% compatibles.
161           It is safe to say "Y" here.
162 
163 config VMLOGRDR
164         def_tristate m
165         prompt "Support for the z/VM recording system services (VM only)"
166         depends on IUCV
167         help
168           Select this option if you want to be able to receive records collected
169           by the z/VM recording system services, eg. from *LOGREC, *ACCOUNT or
170           *SYMPTOM.
171           This driver depends on the IUCV support driver.
172 
173 config VMCP
174         def_bool y
175         prompt "Support for the z/VM CP interface"
176         depends on S390
177         help
178           Select this option if you want to be able to interact with the control
179           program on z/VM
180 
181 config MONREADER
182         def_tristate m
183         prompt "API for reading z/VM monitor service records"
184         depends on IUCV
185         help
186           Character device driver for reading z/VM monitor service records
187 
188 config MONWRITER
189         def_tristate m
190         prompt "API for writing z/VM monitor service records"
191         depends on S390
192         help
193           Character device driver for writing z/VM monitor service records
194 
195 config S390_VMUR
196         def_tristate m
197         prompt "z/VM unit record device driver"
198         depends on S390
199         help
200           Character device driver for z/VM reader, puncher and printer.
201 

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