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/drivers/input/keyboard/Kconfig

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  1#
  2# Input core configuration
  3#
  4menuconfig INPUT_KEYBOARD
  5	bool "Keyboards" if EMBEDDED || !X86
  6	default y
  7	help
  8	  Say Y here, and a list of supported keyboards will be displayed.
  9	  This option doesn't affect the kernel.
 10
 11	  If unsure, say Y.
 12
 13if INPUT_KEYBOARD
 14
 15config KEYBOARD_ATKBD
 16	tristate "AT keyboard" if !PC
 17	default y
 18	select SERIO
 19	select SERIO_LIBPS2
 20	select SERIO_I8042 if PC
 21	select SERIO_GSCPS2 if GSC
 22	help
 23	  Say Y here if you want to use a standard AT or PS/2 keyboard. Usually
 24	  you'll need this, unless you have a different type keyboard (USB, ADB
 25	  or other). This also works for AT and PS/2 keyboards connected over a
 26	  PS/2 to serial converter.
 27
 28	  If unsure, say Y.
 29
 30	  To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the
 31	  module will be called atkbd.
 32
 33config KEYBOARD_ATKBD_HP_KEYCODES
 34	bool "Use HP keyboard scancodes"
 35	depends on PARISC && KEYBOARD_ATKBD
 36	default y
 37	help
 38	  Say Y here if you have a PA-RISC machine and want to use an AT or
 39	  PS/2 keyboard, and your keyboard uses keycodes that are specific to
 40	  PA-RISC keyboards.
 41
 42	  Say N if you use a standard keyboard.
 43
 44config KEYBOARD_ATKBD_RDI_KEYCODES
 45	bool "Use PrecisionBook keyboard scancodes"
 46	depends on KEYBOARD_ATKBD_HP_KEYCODES
 47	default n
 48	help
 49	  If you have an RDI PrecisionBook, say Y here if you want to use its
 50	  built-in keyboard (as opposed to an external keyboard).
 51
 52	  The PrecisionBook has five keys that conflict with those used by most
 53	  AT and PS/2 keyboards. These are as follows:
 54
 55	    PrecisionBook    Standard AT or PS/2
 56
 57	    F1               F12
 58	    Left Ctrl        Left Alt
 59	    Caps Lock        Left Ctrl
 60	    Right Ctrl       Caps Lock
 61	    Left             102nd key (the key to the right of Left Shift)
 62
 63	  If you say N here, and use the PrecisionBook keyboard, then each key
 64	  in the left-hand column will be interpreted as the corresponding key
 65	  in the right-hand column.
 66
 67	  If you say Y here, and use an external keyboard, then each key in the
 68	  right-hand column will be interpreted as the key shown in the
 69	  left-hand column.
 70
 71config KEYBOARD_SUNKBD
 72	tristate "Sun Type 4 and Type 5 keyboard"
 73	select SERIO
 74	help
 75	  Say Y here if you want to use a Sun Type 4 or Type 5 keyboard,
 76	  connected either to the Sun keyboard connector or to an serial
 77	  (RS-232) port via a simple adapter.
 78
 79	  To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the
 80	  module will be called sunkbd.
 81
 82config KEYBOARD_LKKBD
 83	tristate "DECstation/VAXstation LK201/LK401 keyboard"
 84	select SERIO
 85	help
 86	  Say Y here if you want to use a LK201 or LK401 style serial
 87	  keyboard. This keyboard is also useable on PCs if you attach
 88	  it with the inputattach program. The connector pinout is
 89	  described within lkkbd.c.
 90
 91	  To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the
 92	  module will be called lkkbd.
 93
 94config KEYBOARD_LOCOMO
 95	tristate "LoCoMo Keyboard Support"
 96	depends on SHARP_LOCOMO
 97	help
 98	  Say Y here if you are running Linux on a Sharp Zaurus Collie or Poodle based PDA
 99
100	  To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the
101	  module will be called locomokbd.
102
103config KEYBOARD_XTKBD
104	tristate "XT keyboard"
105	select SERIO
106	help
107	  Say Y here if you want to use the old IBM PC/XT keyboard (or
108	  compatible) on your system. This is only possible with a
109	  parallel port keyboard adapter, you cannot connect it to the
110	  keyboard port on a PC that runs Linux.
111
112	  To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the
113	  module will be called xtkbd.
114
115config KEYBOARD_NEWTON
116	tristate "Newton keyboard"
117	select SERIO
118	help
119	  Say Y here if you have a Newton keyboard on a serial port.
120
121	  To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the
122	  module will be called newtonkbd.
123
124config KEYBOARD_CORGI
125	tristate "Corgi keyboard"
126	depends on PXA_SHARPSL
127	default y	
128	help
129	  Say Y here to enable the keyboard on the Sharp Zaurus SL-C7xx 
130	  series of PDAs.
131
132	  To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the 
133	  module will be called corgikbd.
134
135config KEYBOARD_MAPLE
136	tristate "Maple bus keyboard"
137	depends on SH_DREAMCAST && MAPLE
138	help
139	  Say Y here if you have a DreamCast console running Linux and have
140	  a keyboard attached to its Maple bus.
141
142	  To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the
143	  module will be called maple_keyb.
144
145config KEYBOARD_AMIGA
146	tristate "Amiga keyboard"
147	depends on AMIGA
148	help
149	  Say Y here if you are running Linux on any AMIGA and have a keyboard
150	  attached.
151
152	  To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the
153	  module will be called amikbd.
154
155config KEYBOARD_HIL_OLD
156	tristate "HP HIL keyboard support (simple driver)"
157	depends on GSC
158	default y
159	help
160	  The "Human Interface Loop" is a older, 8-channel USB-like
161	  controller used in several Hewlett Packard models. This driver
162	  was adapted from the one written for m68k/hp300, and implements
163	  support for a keyboard attached to the HIL port, but not for
164	  any other types of HIL input devices like mice or tablets.
165	  However, it has been thoroughly tested and is stable.
166
167	  If you want full HIL support including support for multiple
168	  keyboards, mices and tablets, you have to enable the
169	  "HP System Device Controller i8042 Support" in the input/serio
170	  submenu.
171
172config KEYBOARD_HIL
173	tristate "HP HIL keyboard support"
174	depends on GSC
175	default y
176	select HP_SDC
177	select HIL_MLC
178	select SERIO
179	help
180	  The "Human Interface Loop" is a older, 8-channel USB-like
181	  controller used in several Hewlett Packard models.
182	  This driver implements support for HIL-keyboards attached
183	  to your machine, so normally you should say Y here.
184
185endif