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# PCCARD (PCMCIA/CardBus) bus subsystem configuration
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menuconfig PCCARD
tristate "PCCard (PCMCIA/CardBus) support"
---help---
Say Y here if you want to attach PCMCIA- or PC-cards to your Linux
computer. These are credit-card size devices such as network cards,
modems or hard drives often used with laptops computers. There are
actually two varieties of these cards: 16 bit PCMCIA and 32 bit
CardBus cards.
To compile this driver as modules, choose M here: the
module will be called pcmcia_core.
if PCCARD
config PCMCIA
tristate "16-bit PCMCIA support"
select CRC32
default y
---help---
This option enables support for 16-bit PCMCIA cards. Most older
PC-cards are such 16-bit PCMCIA cards, so unless you know you're
only using 32-bit CardBus cards, say Y or M here.
To use 16-bit PCMCIA cards, you will need supporting software in
most cases. (see the file <file:Documentation/Changes> for
location and details).
To compile this driver as modules, choose M here: the
module will be called pcmcia.
If unsure, say Y.
config PCMCIA_LOAD_CIS
bool "Load CIS updates from userspace"
depends on PCMCIA
select FW_LOADER
default y
help
Some PCMCIA cards require an updated Card Information Structure (CIS)
to be loaded from userspace to work correctly. If you say Y here,
and your userspace is arranged correctly, this will be loaded
automatically using the in-kernel firmware loader and the hotplug
subsystem, instead of relying on cardmgr from pcmcia-cs to do so.
If unsure, say Y.
config CARDBUS
bool "32-bit CardBus support"
depends on PCI
default y
---help---
CardBus is a bus mastering architecture for PC-cards, which allows
for 32 bit PC-cards (the original PCMCIA standard specifies only
a 16 bit wide bus). Many newer PC-cards are actually CardBus cards.
To use 32 bit PC-cards, you also need a CardBus compatible host
bridge. Virtually all modern PCMCIA bridges do this, and most of
them are "yenta-compatible", so say Y or M there, too.
If unsure, say Y.
comment "PC-card bridges"
config YENTA
tristate "CardBus yenta-compatible bridge support"
depends on PCI
select CARDBUS if !EXPERT
select PCCARD_NONSTATIC if PCMCIA != n
---help---
This option enables support for CardBus host bridges. Virtually
all modern PCMCIA bridges are CardBus compatible. A "bridge" is
the hardware inside your computer that PCMCIA cards are plugged
into.
To compile this driver as modules, choose M here: the
module will be called yenta_socket.
If unsure, say Y.
config YENTA_O2
default y
bool "Special initialization for O2Micro bridges" if EXPERT
depends on YENTA
config YENTA_RICOH
default y
bool "Special initialization for Ricoh bridges" if EXPERT
depends on YENTA
config YENTA_TI
default y
bool "Special initialization for TI and EnE bridges" if EXPERT
depends on YENTA
config YENTA_ENE_TUNE
default y
bool "Auto-tune EnE bridges for CB cards" if EXPERT
depends on YENTA_TI && CARDBUS
config YENTA_TOSHIBA
default y
bool "Special initialization for Toshiba ToPIC bridges" if EXPERT
depends on YENTA
config PD6729
tristate "Cirrus PD6729 compatible bridge support"
depends on PCMCIA && PCI
select PCCARD_NONSTATIC
help
This provides support for the Cirrus PD6729 PCI-to-PCMCIA bridge
device, found in some older laptops and PCMCIA card readers.
config I82092
tristate "i82092 compatible bridge support"
depends on PCMCIA && PCI
select PCCARD_NONSTATIC
help
This provides support for the Intel I82092AA PCI-to-PCMCIA bridge device,
found in some older laptops and more commonly in evaluation boards for the
chip.
config I82365
tristate "i82365 compatible bridge support"
depends on PCMCIA && ISA
select PCCARD_NONSTATIC
help
Say Y here to include support for ISA-bus PCMCIA host bridges that
are register compatible with the Intel i82365. These are found on
older laptops and ISA-bus card readers for desktop systems. A
"bridge" is the hardware inside your computer that PCMCIA cards are
plugged into. If unsure, say N.
config TCIC
tristate "Databook TCIC host bridge support"
depends on PCMCIA && ISA
select PCCARD_NONSTATIC
help
Say Y here to include support for the Databook TCIC family of PCMCIA
host bridges. These are only found on a handful of old systems.
"Bridge" is the name used for the hardware inside your computer that
PCMCIA cards are plugged into. If unsure, say N.
config PCMCIA_ALCHEMY_DEVBOARD
tristate "Alchemy Db/Pb1xxx PCMCIA socket services"
depends on MIPS_ALCHEMY && PCMCIA
help
Enable this driver of you want PCMCIA support on your Alchemy
Db1000, Db/Pb1100, Db/Pb1500, Db/Pb1550, Db/Pb1200, DB1300
board. NOT suitable for the PB1000!
This driver is also available as a module called db1xxx_ss.ko
config PCMCIA_XXS1500
tristate "MyCable XXS1500 PCMCIA socket support"
depends on PCMCIA && MIPS_XXS1500
help
Support for the PCMCIA/CF socket interface on MyCable XXS1500
systems.
This driver is also available as a module called xxs1500_ss.ko
config PCMCIA_BCM63XX
tristate "bcm63xx pcmcia support"
depends on BCM63XX && PCMCIA
config PCMCIA_SOC_COMMON
tristate
config PCMCIA_SA11XX_BASE
tristate
config PCMCIA_SA1100
tristate "SA1100 support"
depends on ARM && ARCH_SA1100 && PCMCIA
select PCMCIA_SOC_COMMON
select PCMCIA_SA11XX_BASE
help
Say Y here to include support for SA11x0-based PCMCIA or CF
sockets, found on HP iPAQs, Yopy, and other StrongARM(R)/
Xscale(R) embedded machines.
This driver is also available as a module called sa1100_cs.
config PCMCIA_SA1111
tristate "SA1111 support"
depends on ARM && SA1111 && PCMCIA
select PCMCIA_SOC_COMMON
select PCMCIA_SA11XX_BASE if ARCH_SA1100
select PCMCIA_PXA2XX if ARCH_LUBBOCK && SA1111
help
Say Y here to include support for SA1111-based PCMCIA or CF
sockets, found on the Jornada 720, Graphicsmaster and other
StrongARM(R)/Xscale(R) embedded machines.
This driver is also available as a module called sa1111_cs.
config PCMCIA_PXA2XX
tristate "PXA2xx support"
depends on ARM && ARCH_PXA && PCMCIA
depends on (ARCH_LUBBOCK || MACH_MAINSTONE || PXA_SHARPSL \
|| MACH_ARMCORE || ARCH_PXA_PALM || TRIZEPS_PCMCIA \
|| ARCOM_PCMCIA || ARCH_PXA_ESERIES || MACH_STARGATE2 \
|| MACH_VPAC270 || MACH_BALLOON3 || MACH_COLIBRI \
|| MACH_COLIBRI320 || MACH_H4700)
select PCMCIA_SOC_COMMON
help
Say Y here to include support for the PXA2xx PCMCIA controller
config PCMCIA_DEBUG
bool "Enable debugging"
depends on (PCMCIA_SA1111 || PCMCIA_SA1100 || PCMCIA_PXA2XX)
help
Say Y here to enable debugging for the SoC PCMCIA layer.
You will need to choose the debugging level either via the
kernel command line, or module options depending whether
you build the drivers as modules.
The kernel command line options are:
sa11xx_core.pc_debug=N
pxa2xx_core.pc_debug=N
The module option is called pc_debug=N
In all the above examples, N is the debugging verbosity
level.
config PCMCIA_PROBE
bool
default y if ISA && !ARCH_SA1100 && !PARISC
config PCMCIA_VRC4171
tristate "NEC VRC4171 Card Controllers support"
depends on CPU_VR41XX && ISA && PCMCIA
config PCMCIA_VRC4173
tristate "NEC VRC4173 CARDU support"
depends on CPU_VR41XX && PCI && PCMCIA
config OMAP_CF
tristate "OMAP CompactFlash Controller"
depends on PCMCIA && ARCH_OMAP16XX
help
Say Y here to support the CompactFlash controller on OMAP.
Note that this doesn't support "True IDE" mode.
config AT91_CF
tristate "AT91 CompactFlash Controller"
depends on PCI
depends on PCMCIA && ARCH_AT91
help
Say Y here to support the CompactFlash controller on AT91 chips.
Or choose M to compile the driver as a module named "at91_cf".
config ELECTRA_CF
tristate "Electra CompactFlash Controller"
depends on PCMCIA && PPC_PASEMI
help
Say Y here to support the CompactFlash controller on the
PA Semi Electra eval board.
config PCCARD_NONSTATIC
bool
config PCCARD_IODYN
bool
endif # PCCARD