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Linux/drivers/w1/slaves/Kconfig

  1 #
  2 # 1-wire slaves configuration
  3 #
  4 
  5 menu "1-wire Slaves"
  6 
  7 config W1_SLAVE_THERM
  8         tristate "Thermal family implementation"
  9         help
 10           Say Y here if you want to connect 1-wire thermal sensors to your
 11           wire.
 12 
 13 config W1_SLAVE_SMEM
 14         tristate "Simple 64bit memory family implementation"
 15         help
 16           Say Y here if you want to connect 1-wire
 17           simple 64bit memory rom(ds2401/ds2411/ds1990*) to your wire.
 18 
 19 config W1_SLAVE_DS2408
 20         tristate "8-Channel Addressable Switch (IO Expander) 0x29 family support (DS2408)"
 21         help
 22           Say Y here if you want to use a 1-wire
 23           DS2408 8-Channel Addressable Switch device support
 24 
 25 config W1_SLAVE_DS2408_READBACK
 26         bool "Read-back values written to DS2408's output register"
 27         depends on W1_SLAVE_DS2408
 28         default y
 29         help
 30           Enabling this will cause the driver to read back the values written
 31           to the chip's output register in order to detect errors.
 32 
 33           This is slower but useful when debugging chips and/or busses.
 34 
 35 config W1_SLAVE_DS2413
 36         tristate "Dual Channel Addressable Switch 0x3a family support (DS2413)"
 37         help
 38           Say Y here if you want to use a 1-wire
 39           DS2413 Dual Channel Addressable Switch device support
 40 
 41 config W1_SLAVE_DS2406
 42         tristate "Dual Channel Addressable Switch 0x12 family support (DS2406)"
 43         select CRC16
 44         help
 45           Say Y or M here if you want to use a 1-wire
 46           DS2406 Dual Channel Addressable Switch.  EPROM read/write
 47           support for these devices is not implemented.
 48 
 49 config W1_SLAVE_DS2423
 50         tristate "Counter 1-wire device (DS2423)"
 51         select CRC16
 52         help
 53           If you enable this you can read the counter values available
 54           in the DS2423 chipset from the w1_slave file under the
 55           sys file system.
 56 
 57           Say Y here if you want to use a 1-wire
 58           counter family device (DS2423).
 59 
 60 config W1_SLAVE_DS2431
 61         tristate "1kb EEPROM family support (DS2431)"
 62         help
 63           Say Y here if you want to use a 1-wire
 64           1kb EEPROM family device (DS2431)
 65 
 66 config W1_SLAVE_DS2433
 67         tristate "4kb EEPROM family support (DS2433)"
 68         help
 69           Say Y here if you want to use a 1-wire
 70           4kb EEPROM family device (DS2433).
 71 
 72 config W1_SLAVE_DS2433_CRC
 73         bool "Protect DS2433 data with a CRC16"
 74         depends on W1_SLAVE_DS2433
 75         select CRC16
 76         help
 77           Say Y here to protect DS2433 data with a CRC16.
 78           Each block has 30 bytes of data and a two byte CRC16.
 79           Full block writes are only allowed if the CRC is valid.
 80 
 81 config W1_SLAVE_DS2760
 82         tristate "Dallas 2760 battery monitor chip (HP iPAQ & others)"
 83         help
 84           If you enable this you will have the DS2760 battery monitor
 85           chip support.
 86 
 87           The battery monitor chip is used in many batteries/devices
 88           as the one who is responsible for charging/discharging/monitoring
 89           Li+ batteries.
 90 
 91           If you are unsure, say N.
 92 
 93 config W1_SLAVE_DS2780
 94         tristate "Dallas 2780 battery monitor chip"
 95         help
 96           If you enable this you will have the DS2780 battery monitor
 97           chip support.
 98 
 99           The battery monitor chip is used in many batteries/devices
100           as the one who is responsible for charging/discharging/monitoring
101           Li+ batteries.
102 
103           If you are unsure, say N.
104 
105 config W1_SLAVE_DS2781
106         tristate "Dallas 2781 battery monitor chip"
107         help
108           If you enable this you will have the DS2781 battery monitor
109           chip support.
110 
111           The battery monitor chip is used in many batteries/devices
112           as the one who is responsible for charging/discharging/monitoring
113           Li+ batteries.
114 
115           If you are unsure, say N.
116 
117 config W1_SLAVE_DS28E04
118         tristate "4096-Bit Addressable 1-Wire EEPROM with PIO (DS28E04-100)"
119         select CRC16
120         help
121           If you enable this you will have the DS28E04-100
122           chip support.
123 
124           Say Y here if you want to use a 1-wire
125           4kb EEPROM with PIO family device (DS28E04).
126 
127           If you are unsure, say N.
128 
129 config W1_SLAVE_BQ27000
130         tristate "BQ27000 slave support"
131         help
132           Say Y here if you want to use a hdq
133           bq27000 slave support.
134 
135 endmenu

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