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  1#
  2# Input core configuration
  3#
  4config SERIO
  5	tristate "Serial I/O support" if EMBEDDED || !X86
  6	default y
  7	---help---
  8	  Say Yes here if you have any input device that uses serial I/O to
  9	  communicate with the system. This includes the
 10	  		* standard AT keyboard and PS/2 mouse *
 11	  as well as serial mice, Sun keyboards, some joysticks and 6dof
 12	  devices and more.
 13
 14	  If unsure, say Y.
 15
 16	  To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the
 17	  module will be called serio.
 18
 19if SERIO
 20
 21config SERIO_I8042
 22	tristate "i8042 PC Keyboard controller" if EMBEDDED || !X86
 23	default y
 24	depends on !PARISC && (!ARM || ARCH_SHARK || FOOTBRIDGE_HOST) && !M68K
 25	---help---
 26	  i8042 is the chip over which the standard AT keyboard and PS/2
 27	  mouse are connected to the computer. If you use these devices,
 28	  you'll need to say Y here.
 29
 30	  If unsure, say Y.
 31
 32	  To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the
 33	  module will be called i8042.
 34
 35config SERIO_SERPORT
 36	tristate "Serial port line discipline"
 37	default y
 38	---help---
 39	  Say Y here if you plan to use an input device (mouse, joystick,
 40	  tablet, 6dof) that communicates over the RS232 serial (COM) port.
 41
 42	  More information is available: <file:Documentation/input/input.txt>
 43
 44	  If unsure, say Y.
 45
 46	  To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the
 47	  module will be called serport.
 48
 49config SERIO_CT82C710
 50	tristate "ct82c710 Aux port controller"
 51	depends on X86
 52	---help---
 53	  Say Y here if you have a Texas Instruments TravelMate notebook
 54	  equipped with the ct82c710 chip and want to use a mouse connected
 55	  to the "QuickPort".
 56
 57	  If unsure, say N.
 58
 59	  To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the
 60	  module will be called ct82c710.
 61
 62config SERIO_Q40KBD
 63	tristate "Q40 keyboard controller"
 64	depends on Q40
 65
 66config SERIO_PARKBD
 67	tristate "Parallel port keyboard adapter"
 68	depends on PARPORT
 69	---help---
 70	  Say Y here if you built a simple parallel port adapter to attach
 71	  an additional AT keyboard, XT keyboard or PS/2 mouse.
 72
 73	  More information is available: <file:Documentation/input/input.txt>
 74
 75	  If unsure, say N.
 76
 77	  To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the
 78	  module will be called parkbd.
 79
 80config SERIO_RPCKBD
 81	tristate "Acorn RiscPC keyboard controller"
 82	depends on ARCH_ACORN || ARCH_CLPS7500
 83	default y
 84	help
 85	  Say Y here if you have the Acorn RiscPC and want to use an AT
 86	  keyboard connected to its keyboard controller.
 87
 88	  To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the
 89	  module will be called rpckbd.
 90
 91config SERIO_AMBAKMI
 92	tristate "AMBA KMI keyboard controller"
 93	depends on ARM_AMBA
 94
 95config SERIO_SA1111
 96	tristate "Intel SA1111 keyboard controller"
 97	depends on SA1111
 98
 99config SERIO_GSCPS2
100	tristate "HP GSC PS/2 keyboard and PS/2 mouse controller"
101	depends on GSC
102	default y
103	help
104	  This driver provides support for the PS/2 ports on PA-RISC machines
105	  over which HP PS/2 keyboards and PS/2 mice may be connected.
106	  If you use these devices, you'll need to say Y here.
107
108	  It's safe to enable this driver, so if unsure, say Y.
109
110	  To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the
111	  module will be called gscps2.
112
113config HP_SDC
114	tristate "HP System Device Controller i8042 Support"
115	depends on GSC && SERIO
116	default y
117	---help---
118	  This option enables supports for the the "System Device
119	  Controller", an i8042 carrying microcode to manage a
120	  few miscellanous devices on some Hewlett Packard systems.
121	  The SDC itself contains a 10ms resolution timer/clock capable
122	  of delivering interrupts on a periodic and one-shot basis.
123	  The SDC may also be connected to a battery-backed real-time
124	  clock, a basic audio waveform generator, and an HP-HIL Master
125	  Link Controller serving up to seven input devices.
126
127	  By itself this option is rather useless, but enabling it will
128	  enable selection of drivers for the abovementioned devices.
129	  It is, however, incompatible with the old, reliable HIL keyboard
130	  driver, and the new HIL driver is experimental, so if you plan
131	  to use a HIL keyboard as your primary keyboard, you may wish
132	  to keep using that driver until the new HIL drivers have had
133	  more testing.
134
135config HIL_MLC
136	tristate "HIL MLC Support (needed for HIL input devices)"
137	depends on HP_SDC
138
139config SERIO_PCIPS2
140	tristate "PCI PS/2 keyboard and PS/2 mouse controller"
141	depends on PCI
142	help
143	  Say Y here if you have a Mobility Docking station with PS/2
144	  keyboard and mice ports.
145
146	  To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the
147	  module will be called pcips2.
148
149config SERIO_MACEPS2
150	tristate "SGI O2 MACE PS/2 controller"
151	depends on SGI_IP32
152	help
153	  Say Y here if you have SGI O2 workstation and want to use its
154	  PS/2 ports.
155
156	  To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the
157	  module will be called maceps2.
158
159config SERIO_LIBPS2
160	tristate "PS/2 driver library" if EMBEDDED
161	help
162	  Say Y here if you are using a driver for device connected
163	  to a PS/2 port, such as PS/2 mouse or standard AT keyboard.
164
165	  To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the
166	  module will be called libps2.
167
168config SERIO_RAW
169	tristate "Raw access to serio ports"
170	help
171	  Say Y here if you want to have raw access to serio ports, such as
172	  AUX ports on i8042 keyboard controller. Each serio port that is
173	  bound to this driver will be accessible via a char device with
174	  major 10 and dynamically allocated minor. The driver will try
175	  allocating minor 1 (that historically corresponds to /dev/psaux)
176	  first. To bind this driver to a serio port use sysfs interface:
177
178	      echo -n "serio_raw" > /sys/bus/serio/devices/serioX/driver
179
180	  To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the
181	  module will be called serio_raw.
182
183endif