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mainmenu "Libpayload Configuration"
menu "Generic Options"
config EXPERIMENTAL
bool "Experimental Options"
default n
help
Prompt for experimental functionality. Attention: This is not likely
to work without problems
config OBSOLETE
bool "Obsolete Options"
default n
help
Prompt for obsolete options. These options are for old, unsupported
features and are likely to go away in the future.
config DEVELOPER
bool "Developer Options"
default n
help
Prompt for developer options. These options are only interesting for
libpayload developers.
config CHROMEOS
bool "ChromeOS specific features"
default n
help
Enable ChromeOS specific features.
endmenu
menu "Architecture Options"
choice
prompt "Target Architecture"
default ARCH_X86
config ARCH_ARMV7
bool "ARMv7"
help
Support the x86 architecture
config ARCH_POWERPC
bool "PowerPC"
help
Support the PowerPC architecture
config ARCH_X86
bool "x86"
help
Support the x86 architecture
endchoice
config MEMMAP_RAM_ONLY
bool "Only consider RAM entries in memory map for further processing"
default n
config MULTIBOOT
bool "Multiboot header support"
depends on ARCH_X86
default y
endmenu
menu "Standard Libraries"
config LIBC
bool "Enable C library support"
default y
config CURSES
bool "Build a curses library"
default y
choice
prompt "Curses implementation"
default PDCURSES
depends on CURSES
config TINYCURSES
bool "Tinycurses"
help
Tinycurses was the first curses implementation for libpayload.
It features low memory consumption, static allocation of larger
data structures (so few or no memory allocation calls) and a
reduced feature set.
config PDCURSES
bool "PDCurses"
default y
help
libpayload's PDCurses port provides a full features curses
implementation, including libpanel, libmenu and libform (which
are taken from ncurses).
It requires more system resources, in particularily heap memory.
endchoice
config LAR
bool "LAR support"
default n
depends on OBSOLETE
help
LAR is the archive format of (obsolete) coreboot v3
config CBFS
bool "CBFS support"
default y
help
CBFS is the archive format of coreboot
config LZMA
bool "LZMA decoder"
default y
help
LZMA decoder implementation, usable eg. by CBFS,
but also externally.
endmenu
menu "Console Options"
config SKIP_CONSOLE_INIT
bool "Skip initializing the consoles at startup"
default n
help
Normally, libpayload will initialize console input/output on startup
before the payload itself gets control. This option disables that
behavior and leaves console initialization up to the payload.
config CBMEM_CONSOLE
bool "Send output to the in memory CBMEM console"
default y
config SERIAL_CONSOLE
bool "See output on the serial port console"
default y
config SERIAL_IOBASE
hex "I/O base for the serial port (default 0x3f8)"
depends on SERIAL_CONSOLE
default 0x3f8
config SERIAL_SET_SPEED
bool "Override the serial console baud rate"
default n
depends on SERIAL_CONSOLE
config SERIAL_BAUD_RATE
int "Serial console baud rate (default 115200)"
depends on SERIAL_SET_SPEED
default 115200
config SERIAL_ACS_FALLBACK
bool "Use plain ASCII characters for ACS"
default n
depends on SERIAL_CONSOLE
help
The alternate character set (ACS) is used for drawing lines and
displaying a couple of other special graphics characters. The
ACS characters generally look good on screen, but can be difficult
to cut and paste from a terminal window to a text editor.
Say 'y' here if you want to always use plain ASCII characters to
approximate the appearance of ACS characters on the serial port
console.
config VIDEO_CONSOLE
bool "See output on a video console"
default y
config VGA_VIDEO_CONSOLE
bool "VGA video console driver"
depends on ARCH_X86 && VIDEO_CONSOLE
default y
config GEODELX_VIDEO_CONSOLE
bool "Geode LX video console driver"
depends on ARCH_X86 && VIDEO_CONSOLE
default n
config COREBOOT_VIDEO_CONSOLE
bool "coreboot video console driver"
depends on VIDEO_CONSOLE && !GEODELX_VIDEO_CONSOLE
default n
help
Say Y here if coreboot switched to a graphics mode and
your payload wants to use it.
config PC_KEYBOARD
bool "Allow input from a PC keyboard"
default y
config PC_KEYBOARD_LAYOUT_US
bool "English (US) keyboard layout"
depends on PC_KEYBOARD
default y
config PC_KEYBOARD_LAYOUT_DE
bool "German keyboard layout"
depends on PC_KEYBOARD
default n
endmenu
menu "Drivers"
config PCI
bool "Support for PCI devices"
depends on ARCH_X86 # for now
default y
config NVRAM
bool "Support for reading/writing NVRAM bytes"
depends on ARCH_X86 # for now
default y
config RTC_PORT_EXTENDED_VIA
bool "Extended RTC ports are 0x74/0x75"
default n
help
For recent chipsets with 256 NVRAM bytes, you have to access the
upper 128 bytes (128-255) using two different I/O ports,
usually 0x72/0x73.
On some chipsets this can be a different set of ports, though.
The VIA VT8237R for example only recognizes the ports 0x74/0x75
for accessing the high 128 NVRAM bytes (as seems to be the case for
multiple VIA chipsets).
If you want to read or write CMOS bytes on computers with one of
these chipsets, say 'y' here.
config SPEAKER
bool "Support for PC speaker"
depends on ARCH_X86
default y
config STORAGE
bool "Support for storage devices"
default y
help
Select this option if you want support for storage devices (like
hard drives, memory sticks or optical drives).
config STORAGE_64BIT_LBA
bool "Use 64-bit integers to address sectors"
depends on STORAGE
default n
help
If this is selected, sectors will be addressed by an 64-bit integer.
Select this to support LBA-48 for ATA drives.
config STORAGE_ATA
bool "Support ATA drives (i.e. hard drives)"
depends on STORAGE
default y
help
Select this option if you want support for ATA storage devices
(i.e. hard drives).
config STORAGE_ATAPI
bool "Support ATAPI drives (i.e. optical drives)"
depends on STORAGE
default y
select STORAGE_ATA
help
Select this option if you want support for ATAPI storage devices
(i.e. optical drives like CD or DVD drives).
config STORAGE_AHCI
bool "Support for AHCI host controllers"
depends on STORAGE && (STORAGE_ATA || STORAGE_ATAPI) && PCI
default y
help
Select this option if you want support for SATA controllers in
AHCI mode.
config STORAGE_AHCI_ONLY_TESTED
bool "Only enable tested controllers"
depends on STORAGE_AHCI
default y
help
If this option is selected only AHCI controllers which are known
to work will be used.
config USB
bool "USB Support"
default n
config USB_UHCI
bool "Support for USB UHCI controllers"
depends on USB
help
Select this option if you are going to use USB 1.1 on an Intel based
system.
config USB_OHCI
bool "Support for USB OHCI controllers"
depends on USB
help
Select this option if you are going to use USB 1.1 on an AMD based
system.
config USB_EHCI
bool "Support for USB EHCI controllers"
depends on USB
help
Select this option if you want to use USB 2.0
config USB_XHCI
bool "Support for USB xHCI controllers"
depends on USB
help
Select this option if you want to use USB 3.0
NOTE: This option is not (fully) implemented yet
config USB_HID
bool "Support for USB keyboards"
depends on USB
default y
help
Select this option if you want to use devices complying to the
USB HID (Human Interface Device) standard. Such devices are for
example keyboards and mice. Currently only keyboards are supported.
Say Y here unless you know exactly what you are doing.
config USB_HUB
bool "Support for USB hubs"
depends on USB
default y
help
Select this option if you want to compile in support for USB hubs.
Say Y here unless you know exactly what you are doing.
config USB_MSC
bool "Support for USB storage"
depends on USB
default y
help
Select this option if you want to compile in support for USB mass
storage devices (USB memory sticks, hard drives, CDROM/DVD drives)
Say Y here unless you know exactly what you are doing.
endmenu
menu "Debugging"
depends on DEVELOPER
config DEBUG_MALLOC
bool "Debug memory allocator"
depends on USB
default n
help
Select this option if you want to debug the memory allocator. This
option logs all uses of the following functions:
void free(void *ptr);
void *malloc(size_t size);
void *calloc(size_t nmemb, size_t size);
void *realloc(void *ptr, size_t size);
void *memalign(size_t align, size_t size);
Say N here unless you are debugging memory allocator problems.
endmenu
config BIG_ENDIAN
default n
bool
config LITTLE_ENDIAN
default n
bool
source "arch/Config.in"