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Linux/drivers/uio/Kconfig

  1 menuconfig UIO
  2         tristate "Userspace I/O drivers"
  3         depends on MMU
  4         help
  5           Enable this to allow the userspace driver core code to be
  6           built.  This code allows userspace programs easy access to
  7           kernel interrupts and memory locations, allowing some drivers
  8           to be written in userspace.  Note that a small kernel driver
  9           is also required for interrupt handling to work properly.
 10 
 11           If you don't know what to do here, say N.
 12 
 13 if UIO
 14 
 15 config UIO_CIF
 16         tristate "generic Hilscher CIF Card driver"
 17         depends on PCI
 18         help
 19           Driver for Hilscher CIF DeviceNet and Profibus cards.  This
 20           driver requires a userspace component called cif that handles
 21           all of the heavy lifting and can be found at:
 22                 <http://www.osadl.org/projects/downloads/UIO/user/>
 23 
 24           To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the module
 25           will be called uio_cif.
 26 
 27 config UIO_PDRV_GENIRQ
 28         tristate "Userspace I/O platform driver with generic IRQ handling"
 29         help
 30           Platform driver for Userspace I/O devices, including generic
 31           interrupt handling code. Shared interrupts are not supported.
 32 
 33           This kernel driver requires that the matching userspace driver
 34           handles interrupts in a special way. Userspace is responsible
 35           for acknowledging the hardware device if needed, and re-enabling
 36           interrupts in the interrupt controller using the write() syscall.
 37 
 38           If you don't know what to do here, say N.
 39 
 40 config UIO_DMEM_GENIRQ
 41         tristate "Userspace platform driver with generic irq and dynamic memory"
 42         depends on HAS_DMA
 43         help
 44           Platform driver for Userspace I/O devices, including generic
 45           interrupt handling code. Shared interrupts are not supported.
 46 
 47           Memory regions can be specified with the same platform device
 48           resources as the UIO_PDRV drivers, but dynamic regions can also
 49           be specified.
 50           The number and size of these regions is static,
 51           but the memory allocation is not performed until
 52           the associated device file is opened. The
 53           memory is freed once the uio device is closed.
 54 
 55           If you don't know what to do here, say N.
 56 
 57 config UIO_AEC
 58         tristate "AEC video timestamp device"
 59         depends on PCI
 60         help
 61 
 62           UIO driver for the Adrienne Electronics Corporation PCI time
 63           code device.
 64 
 65           This device differs from other UIO devices since it uses I/O
 66           ports instead of memory mapped I/O. In order to make it
 67           possible for UIO to work with this device a utility, uioport,
 68           can be used to read and write the ports:
 69 
 70             git clone git://ifup.org/philips/uioport.git
 71 
 72           If you compile this as a module, it will be called uio_aec.
 73 
 74 config UIO_SERCOS3
 75         tristate "Automata Sercos III PCI card driver"
 76         depends on PCI
 77         help
 78           Userspace I/O interface for the Sercos III PCI card from
 79           Automata GmbH. The userspace part of this driver will be
 80           available for download from the Automata GmbH web site.
 81 
 82           Automata GmbH:        http://www.automataweb.com
 83           Sercos III interface: http://www.sercos.com
 84 
 85           If you compile this as a module, it will be called uio_sercos3.
 86 
 87 config UIO_PCI_GENERIC
 88         tristate "Generic driver for PCI 2.3 and PCI Express cards"
 89         depends on PCI
 90         help
 91           Generic driver that you can bind, dynamically, to any
 92           PCI 2.3 compliant and PCI Express card. It is useful,
 93           primarily, for virtualization scenarios.
 94           If you compile this as a module, it will be called uio_pci_generic.
 95 
 96 config UIO_NETX
 97         tristate "Hilscher NetX Card driver"
 98         depends on PCI
 99         help
100           Driver for Hilscher NetX based fieldbus cards (cifX, comX).
101           This driver requires a userspace component that comes with the card
102           or is available from Hilscher (http://www.hilscher.com).
103 
104           To compile this driver as a module, choose M here; the module
105           will be called uio_netx.
106 
107 config UIO_PRUSS
108         tristate "Texas Instruments PRUSS driver"
109         depends on ARCH_DAVINCI_DA850
110         select GENERIC_ALLOCATOR
111         help
112           PRUSS driver for OMAPL138/DA850/AM18XX devices
113           PRUSS driver requires user space components, examples and user space
114           driver is available from below SVN repo - you may use anonymous login
115 
116           https://gforge.ti.com/gf/project/pru_sw/
117 
118           More info on API is available at below wiki
119 
120           http://processors.wiki.ti.com/index.php/PRU_Linux_Application_Loader
121 
122           To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the module
123           will be called uio_pruss.
124 
125 config UIO_MF624
126         tristate "Humusoft MF624 DAQ PCI card driver"
127         depends on PCI
128         help
129           Userspace I/O interface for the Humusoft MF624 PCI card.
130           A sample userspace application using this driver is available
131           (among other MF624 related information and software components)
132           for download in a git repository:
133 
134             git clone git://rtime.felk.cvut.cz/mf6xx.git
135 
136           If you compile this as a module, it will be called uio_mf624.
137 
138 endif

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