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SubjectRe: [PATCH] drivers/usb/Config.in
"Dunlap, Randy" wrote:

<snip>

> Then if you select USB HID support, that builds the hid driver,
> which handles mice, keyboards, joysticks, gamepads, speaker
> buttons, any-old-kind-of buttons, toaster buttons, etc.
>
> OTOH, if you want just some basic USB mouse & keyboard support,
> you don't have to use the hid driver, you can use the HIDBP
> (HID Boot Protocol) drivers instead. However, these drivers
> (hid and hidbp) are mutually exclusive and you shouldn't
> try to select both of them.

Would you clarify the difference between the INPUT section drivers
and the HID and HIDBP drivers?

Thanks,
Miles
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