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Linux/sound/oss/Kconfig

  1 # 18 Apr 1998, Michael Elizabeth Chastain, <mailto:mec@shout.net>
  2 # More hacking for modularisation.
  3 #
  4 # Prompt user for primary drivers.
  5 
  6 config SOUND_BCM_CS4297A
  7         tristate "Crystal Sound CS4297a (for Swarm)"
  8         depends on SIBYTE_SWARM
  9         help
 10           The BCM91250A has a Crystal CS4297a on synchronous serial
 11           port B (in addition to the DB-9 serial port).  Say Y or M
 12           here to enable the sound chip instead of the UART.  Also
 13           note that CONFIG_KGDB should not be enabled at the same
 14           time, since it also attempts to use this UART port.
 15 
 16 config SOUND_MSNDCLAS
 17         tristate "Support for Turtle Beach MultiSound Classic, Tahiti, Monterey"
 18         depends on (m || !STANDALONE) && ISA
 19         help
 20           Say M here if you have a Turtle Beach MultiSound Classic, Tahiti or
 21           Monterey (not for the Pinnacle or Fiji).
 22 
 23           See <file:Documentation/sound/oss/MultiSound> for important information
 24           about this driver.  Note that it has been discontinued, but the
 25           Voyetra Turtle Beach knowledge base entry for it is still available
 26           at <http://www.turtlebeach.com/site/kb_ftp/790.asp>.
 27 
 28 comment "Compiled-in MSND Classic support requires firmware during compilation."
 29         depends on SOUND_PRIME && SOUND_MSNDCLAS=y
 30 
 31 config MSNDCLAS_HAVE_BOOT
 32         bool
 33         depends on SOUND_MSNDCLAS=y && !STANDALONE
 34         default y
 35 
 36 config MSNDCLAS_INIT_FILE
 37         string "Full pathname of MSNDINIT.BIN firmware file"
 38         depends on SOUND_MSNDCLAS
 39         default "/etc/sound/msndinit.bin"
 40         help
 41           The MultiSound cards have two firmware files which are required for
 42           operation, and are not currently included. These files can be
 43           obtained from Turtle Beach. See
 44           <file:Documentation/sound/oss/MultiSound> for information on how to
 45           obtain this.
 46 
 47 config MSNDCLAS_PERM_FILE
 48         string "Full pathname of MSNDPERM.BIN firmware file"
 49         depends on SOUND_MSNDCLAS
 50         default "/etc/sound/msndperm.bin"
 51         help
 52           The MultiSound cards have two firmware files which are required for
 53           operation, and are not currently included. These files can be
 54           obtained from Turtle Beach. See
 55           <file:Documentation/sound/oss/MultiSound> for information on how to
 56           obtain this.
 57 
 58 config MSNDCLAS_IRQ
 59         int "MSND Classic IRQ 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, 12"
 60         depends on SOUND_MSNDCLAS=y
 61         default "5"
 62         help
 63           Interrupt Request line for the MultiSound Classic and related cards.
 64 
 65 config MSNDCLAS_MEM
 66         hex "MSND Classic memory B0000, C8000, D0000, D8000, E0000, E8000"
 67         depends on SOUND_MSNDCLAS=y
 68         default "D0000"
 69         help
 70           Memory-mapped I/O base address for the MultiSound Classic and
 71           related cards.
 72 
 73 config MSNDCLAS_IO
 74         hex "MSND Classic I/O 210, 220, 230, 240, 250, 260, 290, 3E0"
 75         depends on SOUND_MSNDCLAS=y
 76         default "290"
 77         help
 78           I/O port address for the MultiSound Classic and related cards.
 79 
 80 config SOUND_MSNDPIN
 81         tristate "Support for Turtle Beach MultiSound Pinnacle, Fiji"
 82         depends on (m || !STANDALONE) && ISA
 83         help
 84           Say M here if you have a Turtle Beach MultiSound Pinnacle or Fiji.
 85           See <file:Documentation/sound/oss/MultiSound> for important information
 86           about this driver. Note that it has been discontinued, but the
 87           Voyetra Turtle Beach knowledge base entry for it is still available
 88           at <http://www.turtlebeach.com/site/kb_ftp/600.asp>.
 89 
 90 comment "Compiled-in MSND Pinnacle support requires firmware during compilation."
 91         depends on SOUND_PRIME && SOUND_MSNDPIN=y
 92 
 93 config MSNDPIN_HAVE_BOOT
 94         bool
 95         depends on SOUND_MSNDPIN=y
 96         default y
 97 
 98 config MSNDPIN_INIT_FILE
 99         string "Full pathname of PNDSPINI.BIN firmware file"
100         depends on SOUND_MSNDPIN
101         default "/etc/sound/pndspini.bin"
102         help
103           The MultiSound cards have two firmware files which are required
104           for operation, and are not currently included. These files can be
105           obtained from Turtle Beach. See
106           <file:Documentation/sound/oss/MultiSound> for information on how to
107           obtain this.
108 
109 config MSNDPIN_PERM_FILE
110         string "Full pathname of PNDSPERM.BIN firmware file"
111         depends on SOUND_MSNDPIN
112         default "/etc/sound/pndsperm.bin"
113         help
114           The MultiSound cards have two firmware files which are required for
115           operation, and are not currently included. These files can be
116           obtained from Turtle Beach. See
117           <file:Documentation/sound/oss/MultiSound> for information on how to
118           obtain this.
119 
120 config MSNDPIN_IRQ
121         int "MSND Pinnacle IRQ 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, 12"
122         depends on SOUND_MSNDPIN=y
123         default "5"
124         help
125           Interrupt request line for the primary synthesizer on MultiSound
126           Pinnacle and Fiji sound cards.
127 
128 config MSNDPIN_MEM
129         hex "MSND Pinnacle memory B0000, C8000, D0000, D8000, E0000, E8000"
130         depends on SOUND_MSNDPIN=y
131         default "D0000"
132         help
133           Memory-mapped I/O base address for the primary synthesizer on
134           MultiSound Pinnacle and Fiji sound cards.
135 
136 config MSNDPIN_IO
137         hex "MSND Pinnacle I/O 210, 220, 230, 240, 250, 260, 290, 3E0"
138         depends on SOUND_MSNDPIN=y
139         default "290"
140         help
141           Memory-mapped I/O base address for the primary synthesizer on
142           MultiSound Pinnacle and Fiji sound cards.
143 
144 config MSNDPIN_DIGITAL
145         bool "MSND Pinnacle has S/PDIF I/O"
146         depends on SOUND_MSNDPIN=y
147         help
148           If you have the S/PDIF daughter board for the Pinnacle or Fiji,
149           answer Y here; otherwise, say N. If you have this, you will be able
150           to play and record from the S/PDIF port (digital signal). See
151           <file:Documentation/sound/oss/MultiSound> for information on how to make
152           use of this capability.
153 
154 config MSNDPIN_NONPNP
155         bool "MSND Pinnacle non-PnP Mode"
156         depends on SOUND_MSNDPIN=y
157         help
158           The Pinnacle and Fiji card resources can be configured either with
159           PnP, or through a configuration port. Say Y here if your card is NOT
160           in PnP mode. For the Pinnacle, configuration in non-PnP mode allows
161           use of the IDE and joystick peripherals on the card as well; these
162           do not show up when the card is in PnP mode. Specifying zero for any
163           resource of a device will disable the device. If you are running the
164           card in PnP mode, you must say N here and use isapnptools to
165           configure the card's resources.
166 
167 comment "MSND Pinnacle DSP section will be configured to above parameters."
168         depends on SOUND_MSNDPIN=y && MSNDPIN_NONPNP
169 
170 config MSNDPIN_CFG
171         hex "MSND Pinnacle config port 250,260,270"
172         depends on MSNDPIN_NONPNP
173         default "250"
174         help
175           This is the port which the Pinnacle and Fiji uses to configure the
176           card's resources when not in PnP mode. If your card is in PnP mode,
177           then be sure to say N to the previous option, "MSND Pinnacle Non-PnP
178           Mode".
179 
180 comment "Pinnacle-specific Device Configuration (0 disables)"
181         depends on SOUND_MSNDPIN=y && MSNDPIN_NONPNP
182 
183 config MSNDPIN_MPU_IO
184         hex "MSND Pinnacle MPU I/O (e.g. 330)"
185         depends on MSNDPIN_NONPNP
186         default "0"
187         help
188           Memory-mapped I/O base address for the Kurzweil daughterboard
189           synthesizer on MultiSound Pinnacle and Fiji sound cards.
190 
191 config MSNDPIN_MPU_IRQ
192         int "MSND Pinnacle MPU IRQ (e.g. 9)"
193         depends on MSNDPIN_NONPNP
194         default "0"
195         help
196           Interrupt request number for the Kurzweil daughterboard
197           synthesizer on MultiSound Pinnacle and Fiji sound cards.
198 
199 config MSNDPIN_IDE_IO0
200         hex "MSND Pinnacle IDE I/O 0 (e.g. 170)"
201         depends on MSNDPIN_NONPNP
202         default "0"
203         help
204           CD-ROM drive 0 memory-mapped I/O base address for the MultiSound
205           Pinnacle and Fiji sound cards.
206 
207 config MSNDPIN_IDE_IO1
208         hex "MSND Pinnacle IDE I/O 1 (e.g. 376)"
209         depends on MSNDPIN_NONPNP
210         default "0"
211         help
212           CD-ROM drive 1 memory-mapped I/O base address for the MultiSound
213           Pinnacle and Fiji sound cards.
214 
215 config MSNDPIN_IDE_IRQ
216         int "MSND Pinnacle IDE IRQ (e.g. 15)"
217         depends on MSNDPIN_NONPNP
218         default "0"
219         help
220           Interrupt request number for the IDE CD-ROM interface on the
221           MultiSound Pinnacle and Fiji sound cards.
222 
223 config MSNDPIN_JOYSTICK_IO
224         hex "MSND Pinnacle joystick I/O (e.g. 200)"
225         depends on MSNDPIN_NONPNP
226         default "0"
227         help
228           Memory-mapped I/O base address for the joystick port on MultiSound
229           Pinnacle and Fiji sound cards.
230 
231 config MSND_FIFOSIZE
232         int "MSND buffer size (kB)"
233         depends on SOUND_MSNDPIN=y || SOUND_MSNDCLAS=y
234         default "128"
235         help
236           Configures the size of each audio buffer, in kilobytes, for
237           recording and playing in the MultiSound drivers (both the Classic
238           and Pinnacle). Larger values reduce the chance of data overruns at
239           the expense of overall latency. If unsure, use the default.
240 
241 menuconfig SOUND_OSS
242         tristate "OSS sound modules"
243         depends on ISA_DMA_API && VIRT_TO_BUS
244         depends on !GENERIC_ISA_DMA_SUPPORT_BROKEN
245         help
246           OSS is the Open Sound System suite of sound card drivers.  They make
247           sound programming easier since they provide a common API.  Say Y or
248           M here (the module will be called sound) if you haven't found a
249           driver for your sound card above, then pick your driver from the
250           list below.
251 
252 if SOUND_OSS
253 
254 config SOUND_TRACEINIT
255         bool "Verbose initialisation"
256         help
257           Verbose soundcard initialization -- affects the format of autoprobe
258           and initialization messages at boot time.
259 
260 config SOUND_DMAP
261         bool "Persistent DMA buffers"
262         ---help---
263           Linux can often have problems allocating DMA buffers for ISA sound
264           cards on machines with more than 16MB of RAM. This is because ISA
265           DMA buffers must exist below the 16MB boundary and it is quite
266           possible that a large enough free block in this region cannot be
267           found after the machine has been running for a while. If you say Y
268           here the DMA buffers (64Kb) will be allocated at boot time and kept
269           until the shutdown. This option is only useful if you said Y to
270           "OSS sound modules", above. If you said M to "OSS sound modules"
271           then you can get the persistent DMA buffer functionality by passing
272           the command-line argument "dmabuf=1" to the sound module.
273 
274           Say Y unless you have 16MB or more RAM or a PCI sound card.
275 
276 config SOUND_VMIDI
277         tristate "Loopback MIDI device support"
278         help
279           Support for MIDI loopback on port 1 or 2.
280 
281 config SOUND_TRIX
282         tristate "MediaTrix AudioTrix Pro support"
283         help
284           Answer Y if you have the AudioTriX Pro sound card manufactured
285           by MediaTrix.
286 
287 config TRIX_HAVE_BOOT
288         bool "Have TRXPRO.HEX firmware file"
289         depends on SOUND_TRIX=y && !STANDALONE
290         help
291           The MediaTrix AudioTrix Pro has an on-board microcontroller which
292           needs to be initialized by downloading the code from the file
293           TRXPRO.HEX in the DOS driver directory. If you don't have the
294           TRXPRO.HEX file handy you may skip this step. However, the SB and
295           MPU-401 modes of AudioTrix Pro will not work without this file!
296 
297 config TRIX_BOOT_FILE
298         string "Full pathname of TRXPRO.HEX firmware file"
299         depends on TRIX_HAVE_BOOT
300         default "/etc/sound/trxpro.hex"
301         help
302           Enter the full pathname of your TRXPRO.HEX file, starting from /.
303 
304 config SOUND_MSS
305         tristate "Microsoft Sound System support"
306         ---help---
307           Again think carefully before answering Y to this question.  It's
308           safe to answer Y if you have the original Windows Sound System card
309           made by Microsoft or Aztech SG 16 Pro (or NX16 Pro).  Also you may
310           say Y in case your card is NOT among these:
311 
312           ATI Stereo F/X, AdLib, Audio Excell DSP16, Cardinal DSP16,
313           Ensoniq SoundScape (and compatibles made by Reveal and Spea),
314           Gravis Ultrasound, Gravis Ultrasound ACE, Gravis Ultrasound Max,
315           Gravis Ultrasound with 16 bit option, Logitech Sound Man 16,
316           Logitech SoundMan Games, Logitech SoundMan Wave, MAD16 Pro (OPTi
317           82C929), Media Vision Jazz16, MediaTriX AudioTriX Pro, Microsoft
318           Windows Sound System (MSS/WSS), Mozart (OAK OTI-601), Orchid
319           SW32, Personal Sound System (PSS), Pro Audio Spectrum 16, Pro
320           Audio Studio 16, Pro Sonic 16, Roland MPU-401 MIDI interface,
321           Sound Blaster 1.0, Sound Blaster 16, Sound Blaster 16ASP, Sound
322           Blaster 2.0, Sound Blaster AWE32, Sound Blaster Pro, TI TM4000M
323           notebook, ThunderBoard, Turtle Beach Tropez, Yamaha FM
324           synthesizers (OPL2, OPL3 and OPL4), 6850 UART MIDI Interface.
325 
326           For cards having native support in VoxWare, consult the card
327           specific instructions in <file:Documentation/sound/oss/README.OSS>.
328           Some drivers have their own MSS support and saying Y to this option
329           will cause a conflict.
330 
331           If you compile the driver into the kernel, you have to add
332           "ad1848=<io>,<irq>,<dma>,<dma2>[,<type>]" to the kernel command
333           line.
334 
335 config SOUND_MPU401
336         tristate "MPU-401 support (NOT for SB16)"
337         ---help---
338           Be careful with this question.  The MPU401 interface is supported by
339           all sound cards.  However, some natively supported cards have their
340           own driver for MPU401.  Enabling this MPU401 option with these cards
341           will cause a conflict.  Also, enabling MPU401 on a system that
342           doesn't really have a MPU401 could cause some trouble.  If your card
343           was in the list of supported cards, look at the card specific
344           instructions in the <file:Documentation/sound/oss/README.OSS> file.  It
345           is safe to answer Y if you have a true MPU401 MIDI interface card.
346 
347           If you compile the driver into the kernel, you have to add
348           "mpu401=<io>,<irq>" to the kernel command line.
349 
350 config SOUND_PAS
351         tristate "ProAudioSpectrum 16 support"
352         ---help---
353           Answer Y only if you have a Pro Audio Spectrum 16, ProAudio Studio
354           16 or Logitech SoundMan 16 sound card. Answer N if you have some
355           other card made by Media Vision or Logitech since those are not
356           PAS16 compatible. Please read <file:Documentation/sound/oss/PAS16>.
357           It is not necessary to add Sound Blaster support separately; it
358           is included in PAS support.
359 
360           If you compile the driver into the kernel, you have to add
361           "pas2=<io>,<irq>,<dma>,<dma2>,<sbio>,<sbirq>,<sbdma>,<sbdma2>
362           to the kernel command line.
363 
364 config PAS_JOYSTICK
365         bool "Enable PAS16 joystick port"
366         depends on SOUND_PAS=y
367         help
368           Say Y here to enable the Pro Audio Spectrum 16's auxiliary joystick
369           port.
370 
371 config SOUND_PSS
372         tristate "PSS (AD1848, ADSP-2115, ESC614) support"
373         help
374           Answer Y or M if you have an Orchid SW32, Cardinal DSP16, Beethoven
375           ADSP-16 or some other card based on the PSS chipset (AD1848 codec +
376           ADSP-2115 DSP chip + Echo ESC614 ASIC CHIP). For more information on
377           how to compile it into the kernel or as a module see the file
378           <file:Documentation/sound/oss/PSS>.
379 
380           If you compile the driver into the kernel, you have to add
381           "pss=<io>,<mssio>,<mssirq>,<mssdma>,<mpuio>,<mpuirq>" to the kernel
382           command line.
383 
384 config PSS_MIXER
385         bool "Enable PSS mixer (Beethoven ADSP-16 and other compatible)"
386         depends on SOUND_PSS
387         help
388           Answer Y for Beethoven ADSP-16. You may try to say Y also for other
389           cards if they have master volume, bass, treble, and you can't
390           control it under Linux. If you answer N for Beethoven ADSP-16, you
391           can't control master volume, bass, treble and synth volume.
392 
393           If you said M to "PSS support" above, you may enable or disable this
394           PSS mixer with the module parameter pss_mixer. For more information
395           see the file <file:Documentation/sound/oss/PSS>.
396 
397 config PSS_HAVE_BOOT
398         bool "Have DSPxxx.LD firmware file"
399         depends on SOUND_PSS && !STANDALONE
400         help
401           If you have the DSPxxx.LD file or SYNTH.LD file for you card, say Y
402           to include this file. Without this file the synth device (OPL) may
403           not work.
404 
405 config PSS_BOOT_FILE
406         string "Full pathname of DSPxxx.LD firmware file"
407         depends on PSS_HAVE_BOOT
408         default "/etc/sound/dsp001.ld"
409         help
410           Enter the full pathname of your DSPxxx.LD file or SYNTH.LD file,
411           starting from /.
412 
413 config SOUND_SB
414         tristate "100% Sound Blaster compatibles (SB16/32/64, ESS, Jazz16) support"
415         ---help---
416           Answer Y if you have an original Sound Blaster card made by Creative
417           Labs or a 100% hardware compatible clone (like the Thunderboard or
418           SM Games). For an unknown card you may answer Y if the card claims
419           to be Sound Blaster-compatible.
420 
421           Please read the file <file:Documentation/sound/oss/Soundblaster>.
422 
423           You should also say Y here for cards based on the Avance Logic
424           ALS-007 and ALS-1X0 chips (read <file:Documentation/sound/oss/ALS>) and
425           for cards based on ESS chips (read
426           <file:Documentation/sound/oss/ESS1868> and
427           <file:Documentation/sound/oss/ESS>). If you have an IBM Mwave
428           card, say Y here and read <file:Documentation/sound/oss/mwave>.
429 
430           If you compile the driver into the kernel and don't want to use
431           isapnp, you have to add "sb=<io>,<irq>,<dma>,<dma2>" to the kernel
432           command line.
433 
434           You can say M here to compile this driver as a module; the module is
435           called sb.
436 
437 config SOUND_YM3812
438         tristate "Yamaha FM synthesizer (YM3812/OPL-3) support"
439         ---help---
440           Answer Y if your card has a FM chip made by Yamaha (OPL2/OPL3/OPL4).
441           Answering Y is usually a safe and recommended choice, however some
442           cards may have software (TSR) FM emulation. Enabling FM support with
443           these cards may cause trouble (I don't currently know of any such
444           cards, however). Please read the file
445           <file:Documentation/sound/oss/OPL3> if your card has an OPL3 chip.
446 
447           If you compile the driver into the kernel, you have to add
448           "opl3=<io>" to the kernel command line.
449 
450           If unsure, say Y.
451 
452 config SOUND_UART6850
453         tristate "6850 UART support"
454         help
455           This option enables support for MIDI interfaces based on the 6850
456           UART chip. This interface is rarely found on sound cards. It's safe
457           to answer N to this question.
458 
459           If you compile the driver into the kernel, you have to add
460           "uart6850=<io>,<irq>" to the kernel command line.
461 
462 config SOUND_AEDSP16
463         tristate "Gallant Audio Cards (SC-6000 and SC-6600 based)"
464         ---help---
465           Answer Y if you have a Gallant's Audio Excel DSP 16 card. This
466           driver supports Audio Excel DSP 16 but not the III nor PnP versions
467           of this card.
468 
469           The Gallant's Audio Excel DSP 16 card can emulate either an SBPro or
470           a Microsoft Sound System card, so you should have said Y to either
471           "100% Sound Blaster compatibles (SB16/32/64, ESS, Jazz16) support"
472           or "Microsoft Sound System support", above, and you need to answer
473           the "MSS emulation" and "SBPro emulation" questions below
474           accordingly. You should say Y to one and only one of these two
475           questions.
476 
477           Read the <file:Documentation/sound/oss/README.OSS> file and the head of
478           <file:sound/oss/aedsp16.c> as well as
479           <file:Documentation/sound/oss/AudioExcelDSP16> to get more information
480           about this driver and its configuration.
481 
482 config SC6600
483         bool "SC-6600 based audio cards (new Audio Excel DSP 16)"
484         depends on SOUND_AEDSP16
485         help
486           The SC6600 is the new version of DSP mounted on the Audio Excel DSP
487           16 cards. Find in the manual the FCC ID of your audio card and
488           answer Y if you have an SC6600 DSP.
489 
490 config SC6600_JOY
491         bool "Activate SC-6600 Joystick Interface"
492         depends on SC6600
493         help
494           Say Y here in order to use the joystick interface of the Audio Excel
495           DSP 16 card.
496 
497 config SC6600_CDROM
498         int "SC-6600 CDROM Interface (4=None, 3=IDE, 1=Panasonic, 0=?Sony?)"
499         depends on SC6600
500         default "4"
501         help
502           This is used to activate the CD-ROM interface of the Audio Excel
503           DSP 16 card. Enter: 0 for Sony, 1 for Panasonic, 2 for IDE, 4 for no
504           CD-ROM present.
505 
506 config SC6600_CDROMBASE
507         hex "SC-6600 CDROM Interface I/O Address"
508         depends on SC6600
509         default "0"
510         help
511           Base I/O port address for the CD-ROM interface of the Audio Excel
512           DSP 16 card.
513 
514 config SOUND_VIDC
515         tristate "VIDC 16-bit sound"
516         depends on ARM && ARCH_ACORN
517         help
518           16-bit support for the VIDC onboard sound hardware found on Acorn
519           machines.
520 
521 config SOUND_WAVEARTIST
522         tristate "Netwinder WaveArtist"
523         depends on ARM && ARCH_NETWINDER
524         help
525           Say Y here to include support for the Rockwell WaveArtist sound
526           system.  This driver is mainly for the NetWinder.
527 
528 config SOUND_KAHLUA
529         tristate "XpressAudio Sound Blaster emulation"
530         depends on SOUND_SB
531 
532 endif   # SOUND_OSS
533 

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