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caif_dev.c 13 kB
caif_socket.c 27 kB
caif_socket.mod.c 0 B
caif_usb.c 5.3 kB
caif_usb.mod.c 0 B
cfcnfg.c 14 kB
cfctrl.c 16 kB
cfdbgl.c 1.5 kB
cfdgml.c 2.9 kB
cffrml.c 4.6 kB
cfmuxl.c 6.4 kB
cfpkt_skbuff.c 8.3 kB
cfrfml.c 6.5 kB
cfserl.c 4.4 kB
cfsrvl.c 5.6 kB
cfutill.c 2.9 kB
cfveil.c 2.6 kB
cfvidl.c 1.8 kB
chnl_net.c 13 kB
chnl_net.mod.c 0 B

Linux v5.2-rc1 - caif

#
# CAIF net configurations
#

menuconfig CAIF
	tristate "CAIF support"
	select CRC_CCITT
	default n
	---help---
	The "Communication CPU to Application CPU Interface" (CAIF) is a packet
	based connection-oriented MUX protocol developed by ST-Ericsson for use
	with its modems. It is accessed from user space as sockets (PF_CAIF).

	Say Y (or M) here if you build for a phone product (e.g. Android or
	MeeGo ) that uses CAIF as transport, if unsure say N.

	If you select to build it as module then CAIF_NETDEV also needs to be
	built as modules. You will also need to say yes to any CAIF physical
	devices that your platform requires.

	See Documentation/networking/caif for a further explanation on how to
	use and configure CAIF.

config  CAIF_DEBUG
	bool "Enable Debug"
	depends on CAIF
	default n
	---help---
	Enable the inclusion of debug code in the CAIF stack.
	Be aware that doing this will impact performance.
	If unsure say N.

config CAIF_NETDEV
	tristate "CAIF GPRS Network device"
	depends on CAIF
	default CAIF
	---help---
	Say Y if you will be using a CAIF based GPRS network device.
	This can be either built-in or a loadable module,
	If you select to build it as a built-in then the main CAIF device must
	also be a built-in.
	If unsure say Y.

config CAIF_USB
	tristate "CAIF USB support"
	depends on CAIF
	default n
	---help---
	Say Y if you are using CAIF over USB CDC NCM.
	This can be either built-in or a loadable module,
	If you select to build it as a built-in then the main CAIF device must
	also be a built-in.
	If unsure say N.