2    bool
3    help
4      This option provides the function gpio_led_register_device.
5      As this function is used by arch code it must not be compiled as a
6      module.
8menuconfig NEW_LEDS
9    bool "LED Support"
10    help
11      Say Y to enable Linux LED support. This allows control of supported
12      LEDs from both userspace and optionally, by kernel events (triggers).
14      This is not related to standard keyboard LEDs which are controlled
15      via the input system.
19config LEDS_CLASS
20    tristate "LED Class Support"
21    help
22      This option enables the led sysfs class in /sys/class/leds. You'll
23      need this to do anything useful with LEDs. If unsure, say N.
25comment "LED drivers"
27config LEDS_88PM860X
28    tristate "LED Support for Marvell 88PM860x PMIC"
29    depends on LEDS_CLASS
30    depends on MFD_88PM860X
31    help
32      This option enables support for on-chip LED drivers found on Marvell
33      Semiconductor 88PM8606 PMIC.
36    tristate "LED Support using Atmel PWM outputs"
37    depends on LEDS_CLASS
38    depends on ATMEL_PWM
39    help
40      This option enables support for LEDs driven using outputs
41      of the dedicated PWM controller found on newer Atmel SOCs.
43config LEDS_LM3530
44    tristate "LCD Backlight driver for LM3530"
45    depends on LEDS_CLASS
46    depends on I2C
47    help
48      This option enables support for the LCD backlight using
49      LM3530 ambient light sensor chip. This ALS chip can be
50      controlled manually or using PWM input or using ambient
51      light automatically.
53config LEDS_LM3533
54    tristate "LED support for LM3533"
55    depends on LEDS_CLASS
56    depends on MFD_LM3533
57    help
58      This option enables support for the LEDs on National Semiconductor /
59      TI LM3533 Lighting Power chips.
61      The LEDs can be controlled directly, through PWM input, or by the
62      ambient-light-sensor interface. The chip supports
63      hardware-accelerated blinking with maximum on and off periods of 9.8
64      and 77 seconds respectively.
66config LEDS_LOCOMO
67    tristate "LED Support for Locomo device"
68    depends on LEDS_CLASS
69    depends on SHARP_LOCOMO
70    help
71      This option enables support for the LEDs on Sharp Locomo.
72      Zaurus models SL-5500 and SL-5600.
74config LEDS_MIKROTIK_RB532
75    tristate "LED Support for Mikrotik Routerboard 532"
76    depends on LEDS_CLASS
77    depends on MIKROTIK_RB532
78    help
79      This option enables support for the so called "User LED" of
80      Mikrotik's Routerboard 532.
82config LEDS_S3C24XX
83    tristate "LED Support for Samsung S3C24XX GPIO LEDs"
84    depends on LEDS_CLASS
85    depends on ARCH_S3C24XX
86    help
87      This option enables support for LEDs connected to GPIO lines
88      on Samsung S3C24XX series CPUs, such as the S3C2410 and S3C2440.
90config LEDS_NET48XX
91    tristate "LED Support for Soekris net48xx series Error LED"
92    depends on LEDS_CLASS
93    depends on SCx200_GPIO
94    help
95      This option enables support for the Soekris net4801 and net4826 error
96      LED.
98config LEDS_FSG
99    tristate "LED Support for the Freecom FSG-3"
100    depends on LEDS_CLASS
101    depends on MACH_FSG
102    help
103      This option enables support for the LEDs on the Freecom FSG-3.
105config LEDS_WRAP
106    tristate "LED Support for the WRAP series LEDs"
107    depends on LEDS_CLASS
108    depends on SCx200_GPIO
109    help
110      This option enables support for the PCEngines WRAP programmable LEDs.
113    tristate "LED Support for the Cobalt Qube series front LED"
114    depends on LEDS_CLASS
115    depends on MIPS_COBALT
116    help
117      This option enables support for the front LED on Cobalt Qube series
120    bool "LED Support for the Cobalt Raq series"
121    depends on LEDS_CLASS=y && MIPS_COBALT
122    select LEDS_TRIGGERS
123    help
124      This option enables support for the Cobalt Raq series LEDs.
126config LEDS_SUNFIRE
127    tristate "LED support for SunFire servers."
128    depends on LEDS_CLASS
129    depends on SPARC64
130    select LEDS_TRIGGERS
131    help
132      This option enables support for the Left, Middle, and Right
133      LEDs on the I/O and CPU boards of SunFire UltraSPARC servers.
135config LEDS_HP6XX
136    tristate "LED Support for the HP Jornada 6xx"
137    depends on LEDS_CLASS
138    depends on SH_HP6XX
139    help
140      This option enables LED support for the handheld
141      HP Jornada 620/660/680/690.
143config LEDS_PCA9532
144    tristate "LED driver for PCA9532 dimmer"
145    depends on LEDS_CLASS
146    depends on I2C && INPUT && EXPERIMENTAL
147    help
148      This option enables support for NXP pca9532
149      LED controller. It is generally only useful
150      as a platform driver
152config LEDS_PCA9532_GPIO
153    bool "Enable GPIO support for PCA9532"
154    depends on LEDS_PCA9532
155    depends on GPIOLIB
156    help
157      Allow unused pins on PCA9532 to be used as gpio.
159      To use a pin as gpio pca9532_type in pca9532_platform data needs to
160      set to PCA9532_TYPE_GPIO.
162config LEDS_GPIO
163    tristate "LED Support for GPIO connected LEDs"
164    depends on LEDS_CLASS
165    depends on GENERIC_GPIO
166    help
167      This option enables support for the LEDs connected to GPIO
168      outputs. To be useful the particular board must have LEDs
169      and they must be connected to the GPIO lines. The LEDs must be
170      defined as platform devices and/or OpenFirmware platform devices.
171      The code to use these bindings can be selected below.
173config LEDS_LP3944
174    tristate "LED Support for N.S. LP3944 (Fun Light) I2C chip"
175    depends on LEDS_CLASS
176    depends on I2C
177    help
178      This option enables support for LEDs connected to the National
179      Semiconductor LP3944 Lighting Management Unit (LMU) also known as
180      Fun Light Chip.
182      To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the
183      module will be called leds-lp3944.
185config LEDS_LP5521
186    tristate "LED Support for N.S. LP5521 LED driver chip"
187    depends on LEDS_CLASS && I2C
188    help
189      If you say yes here you get support for the National Semiconductor
190      LP5521 LED driver. It is 3 channel chip with programmable engines.
191      Driver provides direct control via LED class and interface for
192      programming the engines.
194config LEDS_LP5523
195    tristate "LED Support for N.S. LP5523 LED driver chip"
196    depends on LEDS_CLASS && I2C
197    help
198      If you say yes here you get support for the National Semiconductor
199      LP5523 LED driver. It is 9 channel chip with programmable engines.
200      Driver provides direct control via LED class and interface for
201      programming the engines.
203config LEDS_LP8788
204    tristate "LED support for the TI LP8788 PMIC"
205    depends on LEDS_CLASS
206    depends on MFD_LP8788
207    help
208      This option enables support for the Keyboard LEDs on the LP8788 PMIC.
211    tristate "Mail LED on Clevo notebook"
212    depends on LEDS_CLASS
213    depends on X86 && SERIO_I8042 && DMI
214    help
215      This driver makes the mail LED accessible from userspace
216      programs through the leds subsystem. This LED have three
217      known mode: off, blink at 0.5Hz and blink at 1Hz.
219      The driver supports two kinds of interface: using ledtrig-timer
220      or through /sys/class/leds/clevo::mail/brightness. As this LED
221      cannot change it's brightness it blinks instead. The brightness
222      value 0 means off, 1..127 means blink at 0.5Hz and 128..255 means
223      blink at 1Hz.
225      This module can drive the mail LED for the following notebooks:
227          Clevo D400P
228          Clevo D410J
229          Clevo D410V
230          Clevo D400V/D470V (not tested, but might work)
231          Clevo M540N
232          Clevo M5x0N (not tested, but might work)
233          Positivo Mobile (Clevo M5x0V)
235      If your model is not listed here you can try the "nodetect"
236      module parameter.
238      To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the
239      module will be called leds-clevo-mail.
241config LEDS_PCA955X
242    tristate "LED Support for PCA955x I2C chips"
243    depends on LEDS_CLASS
244    depends on I2C
245    help
246      This option enables support for LEDs connected to PCA955x
247      LED driver chips accessed via the I2C bus. Supported
248      devices include PCA9550, PCA9551, PCA9552, and PCA9553.
250config LEDS_PCA9633
251    tristate "LED support for PCA9633 I2C chip"
252    depends on LEDS_CLASS
253    depends on I2C
254    help
255      This option enables support for LEDs connected to the PCA9633
256      LED driver chip accessed via the I2C bus.
258config LEDS_WM831X_STATUS
259    tristate "LED support for status LEDs on WM831x PMICs"
260    depends on LEDS_CLASS
261    depends on MFD_WM831X
262    help
263      This option enables support for the status LEDs of the WM831x
264          series of PMICs.
266config LEDS_WM8350
267    tristate "LED Support for WM8350 AudioPlus PMIC"
268    depends on LEDS_CLASS
269    depends on MFD_WM8350
270    help
271      This option enables support for LEDs driven by the Wolfson
272      Microelectronics WM8350 AudioPlus PMIC.
274config LEDS_DA903X
275    tristate "LED Support for DA9030/DA9034 PMIC"
276    depends on LEDS_CLASS
277    depends on PMIC_DA903X
278    help
279      This option enables support for on-chip LED drivers found
280      on Dialog Semiconductor DA9030/DA9034 PMICs.
282config LEDS_DA9052
283    tristate "Dialog DA9052/DA9053 LEDS"
284    depends on LEDS_CLASS
285    depends on PMIC_DA9052
286    help
287      This option enables support for on-chip LED drivers found
288      on Dialog Semiconductor DA9052-BC and DA9053-AA/Bx PMICs.
290config LEDS_DAC124S085
291    tristate "LED Support for DAC124S085 SPI DAC"
292    depends on LEDS_CLASS
293    depends on SPI
294    help
295      This option enables support for DAC124S085 SPI DAC from NatSemi,
296      which can be used to control up to four LEDs.
298config LEDS_PWM
299    tristate "PWM driven LED Support"
300    depends on LEDS_CLASS
301    depends on PWM
302    help
303      This option enables support for pwm driven LEDs
306    tristate "REGULATOR driven LED support"
307    depends on LEDS_CLASS
308    depends on REGULATOR
309    help
310      This option enables support for regulator driven LEDs.
312config LEDS_BD2802
313    tristate "LED driver for BD2802 RGB LED"
314    depends on LEDS_CLASS
315    depends on I2C
316    help
317      This option enables support for BD2802GU RGB LED driver chips
318      accessed via the I2C bus.
320config LEDS_INTEL_SS4200
321    tristate "LED driver for Intel NAS SS4200 series"
322    depends on LEDS_CLASS
323    depends on PCI && DMI
324    help
325      This option enables support for the Intel SS4200 series of
326      Network Attached Storage servers. You may control the hard
327      drive or power LEDs on the front panel. Using this driver
328      can stop the front LED from blinking after startup.
330config LEDS_LT3593
331    tristate "LED driver for LT3593 controllers"
332    depends on LEDS_CLASS
333    depends on GENERIC_GPIO
334    help
335      This option enables support for LEDs driven by a Linear Technology
336      LT3593 controller. This controller uses a special one-wire pulse
337      coding protocol to set the brightness.
339config LEDS_ADP5520
340    tristate "LED Support for ADP5520/ADP5501 PMIC"
341    depends on LEDS_CLASS
342    depends on PMIC_ADP5520
343    help
344      This option enables support for on-chip LED drivers found
345      on Analog Devices ADP5520/ADP5501 PMICs.
347      To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the module will
348      be called leds-adp5520.
351    tristate "External LED on Dell Business Netbooks"
352    depends on LEDS_CLASS
353    depends on X86 && ACPI_WMI
354    help
355      This adds support for the Latitude 2100 and similar
356      notebooks that have an external LED.
358config LEDS_MC13783
359    tristate "LED Support for MC13783 PMIC"
360    depends on LEDS_CLASS
361    depends on MFD_MC13783
362    help
363      This option enable support for on-chip LED drivers found
364      on Freescale Semiconductor MC13783 PMIC.
366config LEDS_NS2
367    tristate "LED support for Network Space v2 GPIO LEDs"
368    depends on LEDS_CLASS
369    depends on MACH_NETSPACE_V2 || MACH_INETSPACE_V2 || \
370           MACH_NETSPACE_MAX_V2 || MACH_D2NET_V2
371    default y
372    help
373      This option enable support for the dual-GPIO LED found on the
374      Network Space v2 board (and parents). This include Internet Space v2,
375      Network Space (Max) v2 and d2 Network v2 boards.
377config LEDS_NETXBIG
378    tristate "LED support for Big Network series LEDs"
379    depends on MACH_NET2BIG_V2 || MACH_NET5BIG_V2
380    depends on LEDS_CLASS
381    default y
382    help
383      This option enable support for LEDs found on the LaCie 2Big
384      and 5Big Network v2 boards. The LEDs are wired to a CPLD and are
385      controlled through a GPIO extension bus.
387config LEDS_ASIC3
388    bool "LED support for the HTC ASIC3"
389    depends on LEDS_CLASS=y
390    depends on MFD_ASIC3
391    default y
392    help
393      This option enables support for the LEDs on the HTC ASIC3. The HTC
394      ASIC3 LED GPIOs are inputs, not outputs, thus the leds-gpio driver
395      cannot be used. This driver supports hardware blinking with an on+off
396      period from 62ms to 125s. Say Y to enable LEDs on the HP iPAQ hx4700.
399    bool "LED support for Renesas TPU"
400    depends on LEDS_CLASS=y && HAVE_CLK && GENERIC_GPIO
401    help
402      This option enables build of the LED TPU platform driver,
403      suitable to drive any TPU channel on newer Renesas SoCs.
404      The driver controls the GPIO pin connected to the LED via
405      the GPIO framework and expects the LED to be connected to
406      a pin that can be driven in both GPIO mode and using TPU
407      pin function. The latter to support brightness control.
408      Brightness control is supported but hardware blinking is not.
410config LEDS_TCA6507
411    tristate "LED Support for TCA6507 I2C chip"
412    depends on LEDS_CLASS && I2C
413    help
414      This option enables support for LEDs connected to TC6507
415      LED driver chips accessed via the I2C bus.
416      Driver support brightness control and hardware-assisted blinking.
418config LEDS_MAX8997
419    tristate "LED support for MAX8997 PMIC"
420    depends on LEDS_CLASS && MFD_MAX8997
421    help
422      This option enables support for on-chip LED drivers on
423      MAXIM MAX8997 PMIC.
425config LEDS_LM3556
426    tristate "LED support for LM3556 Chip"
427    depends on LEDS_CLASS && I2C
428    select REGMAP_I2C
429    help
430      This option enables support for LEDs connected to LM3556.
431      LM3556 includes Torch, Flash and Indicator functions.
433config LEDS_OT200
434    tristate "LED support for the Bachmann OT200"
435    depends on LEDS_CLASS && HAS_IOMEM
436    help
437      This option enables support for the LEDs on the Bachmann OT200.
438      Say Y to enable LEDs on the Bachmann OT200.
440config LEDS_BLINKM
441    tristate "LED support for the BlinkM I2C RGB LED"
442    depends on LEDS_CLASS
443    depends on I2C
444    help
445      This option enables support for the BlinkM RGB LED connected
446      through I2C. Say Y to enable support for the BlinkM LED.
449    bool "LED Trigger support"
450    depends on LEDS_CLASS
451    help
452      This option enables trigger support for the leds class.
453      These triggers allow kernel events to drive the LEDs and can
454      be configured via sysfs. If unsure, say Y.
456comment "LED Triggers"
459    tristate "LED Timer Trigger"
460    depends on LEDS_TRIGGERS
461    help
462      This allows LEDs to be controlled by a programmable timer
463      via sysfs. Some LED hardware can be programmed to start
464      blinking the LED without any further software interaction.
465      For more details read Documentation/leds/leds-class.txt.
467      If unsure, say Y.
470    tristate "LED One-shot Trigger"
471    depends on LEDS_TRIGGERS
472    help
473      This allows LEDs to blink in one-shot pulses with parameters
474      controlled via sysfs. It's useful to notify the user on
475      sporadic events, when there are no clear begin and end trap points,
476      or on dense events, where this blinks the LED at constant rate if
477      rearmed continuously.
479      It also shows how to use the led_blink_set_oneshot() function.
481      If unsure, say Y.
484    bool "LED IDE Disk Trigger"
485    depends on IDE_GD_ATA
486    depends on LEDS_TRIGGERS
487    help
488      This allows LEDs to be controlled by IDE disk activity.
489      If unsure, say Y.
492    tristate "LED Heartbeat Trigger"
493    depends on LEDS_TRIGGERS
494    help
495      This allows LEDs to be controlled by a CPU load average.
496      The flash frequency is a hyperbolic function of the 1-minute
497      load average.
498      If unsure, say Y.
501    tristate "LED backlight Trigger"
502    depends on LEDS_TRIGGERS
503    help
504      This allows LEDs to be controlled as a backlight device: they
505      turn off and on when the display is blanked and unblanked.
507      If unsure, say N.
510    tristate "LED GPIO Trigger"
511    depends on LEDS_TRIGGERS
512    depends on GPIOLIB
513    help
514      This allows LEDs to be controlled by gpio events. It's good
515      when using gpios as switches and triggering the needed LEDs
516      from there. One use case is n810's keypad LEDs that could
517      be triggered by this trigger when user slides up to show
518      keypad.
520      If unsure, say N.
523    tristate "LED Default ON Trigger"
524    depends on LEDS_TRIGGERS
525    help
526      This allows LEDs to be initialised in the ON state.
527      If unsure, say Y.
529comment "iptables trigger is under Netfilter config (LED target)"
530    depends on LEDS_TRIGGERS
533    tristate "LED Transient Trigger"
534    depends on LEDS_TRIGGERS
535    help
536      This allows one time activation of a transient state on
537      GPIO/PWM based hardware.
538      If unsure, say Y.
540endif # NEW_LEDS

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