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Subject[PATCH] hiddev.c in 2.4.10-pre9
Hello USB-ML, LKML!

Since 2.4.10-pre9 includes part
- Alan Cox: merge input/joystick layer differences...
USB HID / non-input device driver support doesn't work anymore:

linux-2.4.10-pre9/drivers/usb/Config.in:55
dep_tristate ' USB HID / non-input device driver support' CONFIG_USB_HIDDEV $CONFIG_USB $CONFIG_USB_HID

linux-2.4.10-pre9/drivers/usb/Makefile:35
ifeq ($(CONFIG_USB_HIDDEV),y)
hid-objs += hiddev.o
endif

As soon as HID is compiled as a module CONFIG_USB_HIDDEV gets 'm' also and
will not be compiled and included in the kernel build. The old patch had a
simple line in drivers/usb/Makefile
obj-$(CONFIG_USB_HIDDEV) += hiddev.o

As it looks to me, hiddev.o can't be compiled as a module any longer, thus
drivers/usb/Config.in looks wrong and should be changed to:

--- linux-2.4.10-pre9/drivers/usb/Config.in~ Sun Sep 16 09:44:53 2001
+++ linux-2.4.10-pre9/drivers/usb/Config.in Sun Sep 16 09:47:49 2001
@@ -52,7 +52,9 @@
dep_tristate ' USB HIDBP Mouse (basic) support' CONFIG_USB_MOUSE $CONFIG_USB $CONFIG_INPUT
fi
dep_tristate ' Wacom Intuos/Graphire tablet support' CONFIG_USB_WACOM $CONFIG_USB $CONFIG_INPUT
- dep_tristate ' USB HID / non-input device driver support' CONFIG_USB_HIDDEV $CONFIG_USB $CONFIG_USB_HID
+ if [ "$CONFIG_USB_HID" != "n" ]; then
+ bool ' USB HID / non-input device driver support' CONFIG_USB_HIDDEV
+ fi
fi

comment 'USB Imaging devices'
BYtE
Philipp
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