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  1#
  2# Bluetooth subsystem configuration
  3#
  4
  5menuconfig BT
  6	tristate "Bluetooth subsystem support"
  7	depends on NET && !S390
  8	depends on RFKILL || !RFKILL
  9	select CRC16
 10	select CRYPTO
 11	select CRYPTO_BLKCIPHER
 12	select CRYPTO_AES
 13	select CRYPTO_CMAC
 14	select CRYPTO_ECB
 15	select CRYPTO_SHA256
 16	help
 17	  Bluetooth is low-cost, low-power, short-range wireless technology.
 18	  It was designed as a replacement for cables and other short-range
 19	  technologies like IrDA.  Bluetooth operates in personal area range
 20	  that typically extends up to 10 meters.  More information about
 21	  Bluetooth can be found at <http://www.bluetooth.com/>.
 22
 23	  Linux Bluetooth subsystem consist of several layers:
 24	     Bluetooth Core
 25		HCI device and connection manager, scheduler
 26		SCO audio links
 27		L2CAP (Logical Link Control and Adaptation Protocol)
 28		SMP (Security Manager Protocol) on LE (Low Energy) links
 29	     HCI Device drivers (Interface to the hardware)
 30	     RFCOMM Module (RFCOMM Protocol)  
 31	     BNEP Module (Bluetooth Network Encapsulation Protocol)
 32	     CMTP Module (CAPI Message Transport Protocol)
 33	     HIDP Module (Human Interface Device Protocol)
 34
 35	  Say Y here to compile Bluetooth support into the kernel or say M to
 36	  compile it as module (bluetooth).
 37
 38	  To use Linux Bluetooth subsystem, you will need several user-space
 39	  utilities like hciconfig and bluetoothd.  These utilities and updates
 40	  to Bluetooth kernel modules are provided in the BlueZ packages.  For
 41	  more information, see <http://www.bluez.org/>.
 42
 43config BT_BREDR
 44	bool "Bluetooth Classic (BR/EDR) features"
 45	depends on BT
 46	default y
 47
 48source "net/bluetooth/rfcomm/Kconfig"
 49
 50source "net/bluetooth/bnep/Kconfig"
 51
 52source "net/bluetooth/cmtp/Kconfig"
 53
 54source "net/bluetooth/hidp/Kconfig"
 55
 56config BT_HS
 57	bool "Bluetooth High Speed (HS) features"
 58	depends on BT_BREDR
 59	default y
 60
 61config BT_LE
 62	bool "Bluetooth Low Energy (LE) features"
 63	depends on BT
 64	default y
 65
 66config BT_6LOWPAN
 67	tristate "Bluetooth 6LoWPAN support"
 68	depends on BT_LE && 6LOWPAN
 69	help
 70	  IPv6 compression over Bluetooth Low Energy.
 71
 72config BT_LEDS
 73	bool "Enable LED triggers"
 74	depends on BT
 75	depends on LEDS_CLASS
 76	select LEDS_TRIGGERS
 77	help
 78	  This option selects a few LED triggers for different
 79	  Bluetooth events.
 80
 81config BT_SELFTEST
 82	bool "Bluetooth self testing support"
 83	depends on BT && DEBUG_KERNEL
 84	help
 85	  Run self tests when initializing the Bluetooth subsystem.  This
 86	  is a developer option and can cause significant delay when booting
 87	  the system.
 88
 89	  When the Bluetooth subsystem is built as module, then the test
 90	  cases are run first thing at module load time.  When the Bluetooth
 91	  subsystem is compiled into the kernel image, then the test cases
 92	  are run late in the initcall hierarchy.
 93
 94config BT_SELFTEST_ECDH
 95	bool "ECDH test cases"
 96	depends on BT_LE && BT_SELFTEST
 97	help
 98	  Run test cases for ECDH cryptographic functionality used by the
 99	  Bluetooth Low Energy Secure Connections feature.
100
101config BT_SELFTEST_SMP
102	bool "SMP test cases"
103	depends on BT_LE && BT_SELFTEST
104	help
105	  Run test cases for SMP cryptographic functionality, including both
106	  legacy SMP as well as the Secure Connections features.
107
108config BT_DEBUGFS
109	bool "Export Bluetooth internals in debugfs"
110	depends on BT && DEBUG_FS
111	default y
112	help
113	  Provide extensive information about internal Bluetooth states
114	  in debugfs.
115
116source "drivers/bluetooth/Kconfig"