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SubjectConfigure.help entries for Bluetooth (updated)
CONFIG_BLUEZ
Bluetooth is low-cost, low-power, short-range wireless technology.
It was designed as a replacement for cables and other short-range
technologies like IrDA. Bluetooth operates in personal area range
that typically extends up to 10 meters.
More information about Bluetooth can be found at http://www.bluetooth.com

Linux Bluetooth subsystem consist of several layers:
HCI Core (device and connection manager, scheduler)
HCI Device drivers (interface to the hardware)
L2CAP Module (L2CAP protocol)

Say Y here to enable Linux Bluetooth support and to build HCI Core
layer.

To use Linux Bluetooth subsystem, you will need several user-space utilities
like hciconfig and hcid. These utilities and updates to Bluetooth kernel
modules are provided in the BlueZ package.
For more information, see http://bluez.sf.net.

If you want to compile HCI Core as module (hci.o) say M here.

Not sure ? say N.

CONFIG_BLUEZ_L2CAP
L2CAP (Logical Link Control and Adaptation Protocol) provides connection
oriented and connection-less data transport. L2CAP support is required for
most Bluetooth applications.

Say Y here to compile L2CAP support into the kernel or say M to compile it
as module (l2cap.o).

Not sure ? say M.

CONFIG_BLUEZ_HCIUART
Bluetooth HCI UART driver.
This driver is required if you want to use Bluetooth devices with serial
port interface.

Say Y here to compile support for Bluetooth UART devices into the kernel
or say M to compile it as module (hci_uart.o).

Not sure ? say M.


CONFIG_BLUEZ_HCIUSB
Bluetooth HCI USB driver.
This driver is required if you want to use Bluetooth devices with USB
interface.

Say Y here to compile support for Bluetooth USB devices into the kernel
or say M to compile it as module (hci_usb.o).

Not sure ? say M.

CONFIG_BLUEZ_HCIEMU
Bluetooth Virtual HCI device driver.
This driver is required if you want to use HCI Emulation software.

Say Y here to compile support for Virtual HCI devices into the kernel or
say M to compile it as module (hci_usb.o).

Not sure ? say M.

Thanks
Max

Maksim Krasnyanskiy
Senior Kernel Engineer
Qualcomm Incorporated

maxk@qualcomm.com
(408) 557-1092

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