linux/net/rfkill/Kconfig
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   2# RF switch subsystem configuration
   3#
   4menuconfig RFKILL
   5        tristate "RF switch subsystem support"
   6        help
   7          Say Y here if you want to have control over RF switches
   8          found on many WiFi and Bluetooth cards.
   9
  10          To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the
  11          module will be called rfkill.
  12
  13# LED trigger support
  14config RFKILL_LEDS
  15        bool
  16        depends on RFKILL
  17        depends on LEDS_TRIGGERS = y || RFKILL = LEDS_TRIGGERS
  18        default y
  19
  20config RFKILL_INPUT
  21        bool "RF switch input support" if EXPERT
  22        depends on RFKILL
  23        depends on INPUT = y || RFKILL = INPUT
  24        default y if !EXPERT
  25
  26config RFKILL_REGULATOR
  27        tristate "Generic rfkill regulator driver"
  28        depends on RFKILL || !RFKILL
  29        depends on REGULATOR
  30        help
  31          This options enable controlling radio transmitters connected to
  32          voltage regulator using the regulator framework.
  33
  34          To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the module will
  35          be called rfkill-regulator.
  36
  37config RFKILL_GPIO
  38        tristate "GPIO RFKILL driver"
  39        depends on RFKILL && GPIOLIB && HAVE_CLK
  40        default n
  41        help
  42          If you say yes here you get support of a generic gpio RFKILL
  43          driver. The platform should fill in the appropriate fields in the
  44          rfkill_gpio_platform_data structure and pass that to the driver.
  45
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