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1 # DO NOT EDIT. This file is generated from Config.src
2 #
3 # For a description of the syntax of this configuration file,
4 # see scripts/kbuild/config-language.txt.
5 #
6
7 menu "Miscellaneous Utilities"
8
9 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_ADJTIMEX
10 bool "adjtimex"
11 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_ADJTIMEX
12 select BUSYBOX_CONFIG_PLATFORM_LINUX
13 help
14 Adjtimex reads and optionally sets adjustment parameters for
15 the Linux clock adjustment algorithm.
16 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_BBCONFIG
17 bool "bbconfig"
18 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_BBCONFIG
19 help
20 The bbconfig applet will print the config file with which
21 busybox was built.
22
23 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_FEATURE_COMPRESS_BBCONFIG
24 bool "Compress bbconfig data"
25 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_FEATURE_COMPRESS_BBCONFIG
26 depends on BUSYBOX_CONFIG_BBCONFIG
27 help
28 Store bbconfig data in compressed form, uncompress them on-the-fly
29 before output.
30
31 If you have a really tiny busybox with few applets enabled (and
32 bunzip2 isn't one of them), the overhead of the decompressor might
33 be noticeable. Also, if you run executables directly from ROM
34 and have very little memory, this might not be a win. Otherwise,
35 you probably want this.
36 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_BEEP
37 bool "beep"
38 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_BEEP
39 select BUSYBOX_CONFIG_PLATFORM_LINUX
40 help
41 The beep applets beeps in a given freq/Hz.
42
43 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_FEATURE_BEEP_FREQ
44 int "default frequency"
45 range 20 50000 # allowing 0 here breaks the build
46 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_FEATURE_BEEP_FREQ
47 depends on BUSYBOX_CONFIG_BEEP
48 help
49 Frequency for default beep.
50
51 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_FEATURE_BEEP_LENGTH_MS
52 int "default length"
53 range 0 2147483647
54 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_FEATURE_BEEP_LENGTH_MS
55 depends on BUSYBOX_CONFIG_BEEP
56 help
57 Length in ms for default beep.
58 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_CHAT
59 bool "chat"
60 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_CHAT
61 help
62 Simple chat utility.
63
64 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_FEATURE_CHAT_NOFAIL
65 bool "Enable NOFAIL expect strings"
66 depends on BUSYBOX_CONFIG_CHAT
67 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_FEATURE_CHAT_NOFAIL
68 help
69 When enabled expect strings which are started with a dash trigger
70 no-fail mode. That is when expectation is not met within timeout
71 the script is not terminated but sends next SEND string and waits
72 for next EXPECT string. This allows to compose far more flexible
73 scripts.
74
75 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_FEATURE_CHAT_TTY_HIFI
76 bool "Force STDIN to be a TTY"
77 depends on BUSYBOX_CONFIG_CHAT
78 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_FEATURE_CHAT_TTY_HIFI
79 help
80 Original chat always treats STDIN as a TTY device and sets for it
81 so-called raw mode. This option turns on such behaviour.
82
83 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_FEATURE_CHAT_IMPLICIT_CR
84 bool "Enable implicit Carriage Return"
85 depends on BUSYBOX_CONFIG_CHAT
86 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_FEATURE_CHAT_IMPLICIT_CR
87 help
88 When enabled make chat to terminate all SEND strings with a "\r"
89 unless "\c" is met anywhere in the string.
90
91 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_FEATURE_CHAT_SWALLOW_OPTS
92 bool "Swallow options"
93 depends on BUSYBOX_CONFIG_CHAT
94 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_FEATURE_CHAT_SWALLOW_OPTS
95 help
96 Busybox chat require no options. To make it not fail when used
97 in place of original chat (which has a bunch of options) turn
98 this on.
99
100 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_FEATURE_CHAT_SEND_ESCAPES
101 bool "Support weird SEND escapes"
102 depends on BUSYBOX_CONFIG_CHAT
103 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_FEATURE_CHAT_SEND_ESCAPES
104 help
105 Original chat uses some escape sequences in SEND arguments which
106 are not sent to device but rather performs special actions.
107 E.g. "\K" means to send a break sequence to device.
108 "\d" delays execution for a second, "\p" -- for a 1/100 of second.
109 Before turning this option on think twice: do you really need them?
110
111 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_FEATURE_CHAT_VAR_ABORT_LEN
112 bool "Support variable-length ABORT conditions"
113 depends on BUSYBOX_CONFIG_CHAT
114 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_FEATURE_CHAT_VAR_ABORT_LEN
115 help
116 Original chat uses fixed 50-bytes length ABORT conditions. Say N here.
117
118 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_FEATURE_CHAT_CLR_ABORT
119 bool "Support revoking of ABORT conditions"
120 depends on BUSYBOX_CONFIG_CHAT
121 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_FEATURE_CHAT_CLR_ABORT
122 help
123 Support CLR_ABORT directive.
124 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_CONSPY
125 bool "conspy"
126 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_CONSPY
127 select BUSYBOX_CONFIG_PLATFORM_LINUX
128 help
129 A text-mode VNC like program for Linux virtual terminals.
130 example: conspy NUM shared access to console num
131 or conspy -nd NUM screenshot of console num
132 or conspy -cs NUM poor man's GNU screen like
133 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_CROND
134 bool "crond"
135 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_CROND
136 select BUSYBOX_CONFIG_FEATURE_SYSLOG
137 help
138 Crond is a background daemon that parses individual crontab
139 files and executes commands on behalf of the users in question.
140 This is a port of dcron from slackware. It uses files of the
141 format /var/spool/cron/crontabs/<username> files, for example:
142 $ cat /var/spool/cron/crontabs/root
143 # Run daily cron jobs at 4:40 every day:
144 40 4 * * * /etc/cron/daily > /dev/null 2>&1
145
146 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_FEATURE_CROND_D
147 bool "Support option -d to redirect output to stderr"
148 depends on BUSYBOX_CONFIG_CROND
149 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_FEATURE_CROND_D
150 help
151 -d N sets loglevel (0:most verbose) and directs all output to stderr.
152
153 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_FEATURE_CROND_CALL_SENDMAIL
154 bool "Report command output via email (using sendmail)"
155 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_FEATURE_CROND_CALL_SENDMAIL
156 depends on BUSYBOX_CONFIG_CROND
157 help
158 Command output will be sent to corresponding user via email.
159
160 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_FEATURE_CROND_DIR
161 string "crond spool directory"
162 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_FEATURE_CROND_DIR
163 depends on BUSYBOX_CONFIG_CROND || BUSYBOX_CONFIG_CRONTAB
164 help
165 Location of crond spool.
166 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_CRONTAB
167 bool "crontab"
168 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_CRONTAB
169 help
170 Crontab manipulates the crontab for a particular user. Only
171 the superuser may specify a different user and/or crontab directory.
172 Note that Busybox binary must be setuid root for this applet to
173 work properly.
174 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_DC
175 bool "dc"
176 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_DC
177 help
178 Dc is a reverse-polish desk calculator which supports unlimited
179 precision arithmetic.
180
181 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_FEATURE_DC_LIBM
182 bool "Enable power and exp functions (requires libm)"
183 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_FEATURE_DC_LIBM
184 depends on BUSYBOX_CONFIG_DC
185 help
186 Enable power and exp functions.
187 NOTE: This will require libm to be present for linking.
188 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_DEVFSD
189 bool "devfsd (obsolete)"
190 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_DEVFSD
191 select BUSYBOX_CONFIG_PLATFORM_LINUX
192 select BUSYBOX_CONFIG_FEATURE_SYSLOG
193 help
194 This is deprecated and should NOT be used anymore.
195 Use linux >= 2.6 (optionally with hotplug) and mdev instead!
196 See docs/mdev.txt for detailed instructions on how to use mdev
197 instead.
198
199 Provides compatibility with old device names on a devfs systems.
200 You should set it to true if you have devfs enabled.
201 The following keywords in devsfd.conf are supported:
202 "CLEAR_CONFIG", "INCLUDE", "OPTIONAL_INCLUDE", "RESTORE",
203 "PERMISSIONS", "EXECUTE", "COPY", "IGNORE",
204 "MKOLDCOMPAT", "MKNEWCOMPAT","RMOLDCOMPAT", "RMNEWCOMPAT".
205
206 But only if they are written UPPERCASE!!!!!!!!
207
208 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_DEVFSD_MODLOAD
209 bool "Adds support for MODLOAD keyword in devsfd.conf"
210 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_DEVFSD_MODLOAD
211 depends on BUSYBOX_CONFIG_DEVFSD
212 help
213 This actually doesn't work with busybox modutils but needs
214 the external modutils.
215
216 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_DEVFSD_FG_NP
217 bool "Enable the -fg and -np options"
218 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_DEVFSD_FG_NP
219 depends on BUSYBOX_CONFIG_DEVFSD
220 help
221 -fg Run the daemon in the foreground.
222 -np Exit after parsing the configuration file.
223 Do not poll for events.
224
225 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_DEVFSD_VERBOSE
226 bool "Increases logging (and size)"
227 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_DEVFSD_VERBOSE
228 depends on BUSYBOX_CONFIG_DEVFSD
229 help
230 Increases logging to stderr or syslog.
231
232 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_FEATURE_DEVFS
233 bool "Use devfs names for all devices (obsolete)"
234 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_FEATURE_DEVFS
235 select BUSYBOX_CONFIG_PLATFORM_LINUX
236 help
237 This is obsolete and should NOT be used anymore.
238 Use linux >= 2.6 (optionally with hotplug) and mdev instead!
239
240 For legacy systems -- if there is no way around devfsd -- this
241 tells busybox to look for names like /dev/loop/0 instead of
242 /dev/loop0. If your /dev directory has normal names instead of
243 devfs names, you don't want this.
244 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_DEVMEM
245 bool "devmem"
246 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_DEVMEM
247 help
248 devmem is a small program that reads and writes from physical
249 memory using /dev/mem.
250 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_FBSPLASH
251 bool "fbsplash"
252 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_FBSPLASH
253 select BUSYBOX_CONFIG_PLATFORM_LINUX
254 help
255 Shows splash image and progress bar on framebuffer device.
256 Can be used during boot phase of an embedded device. ~2kb.
257 Usage:
258 - use kernel option 'vga=xxx' or otherwise enable fb device.
259 - put somewhere fbsplash.cfg file and an image in .ppm format.
260 - $ setsid fbsplash [params] &
261 -c: hide cursor
262 -d /dev/fbN: framebuffer device (if not /dev/fb0)
263 -s path_to_image_file (can be "-" for stdin)
264 -i path_to_cfg_file (can be "-" for stdin)
265 -f path_to_fifo (can be "-" for stdin)
266 - if you want to run it only in presence of kernel parameter:
267 grep -q "fbsplash=on" </proc/cmdline && setsid fbsplash [params] &
268 - commands for fifo:
269 "NN" (ASCII decimal number) - percentage to show on progress bar
270 "exit" - well you guessed it
271 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_FLASH_ERASEALL
272 bool "flash_eraseall"
273 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_FLASH_ERASEALL # doesn't build on Ubuntu 8.04
274 help
275 The flash_eraseall binary from mtd-utils as of git head c4c6a59eb.
276 This utility is used to erase the whole MTD device.
277 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_FLASH_LOCK
278 bool "flash_lock"
279 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_FLASH_LOCK # doesn't build on Ubuntu 8.04
280 help
281 The flash_lock binary from mtd-utils as of git head 5ec0c10d0. This
282 utility locks part or all of the flash device.
283
284 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_FLASH_UNLOCK
285 bool "flash_unlock"
286 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_FLASH_UNLOCK # doesn't build on Ubuntu 8.04
287 help
288 The flash_unlock binary from mtd-utils as of git head 5ec0c10d0. This
289 utility unlocks part or all of the flash device.
290 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_FLASHCP
291 bool "flashcp"
292 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_FLASHCP # doesn't build on Ubuntu 8.04
293 help
294 The flashcp binary, inspired by mtd-utils as of git head 5eceb74f7.
295 This utility is used to copy images into a MTD device.
296 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_HDPARM
297 bool "hdparm"
298 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_HDPARM
299 select BUSYBOX_CONFIG_PLATFORM_LINUX
300 help
301 Get/Set hard drive parameters. Primarily intended for ATA
302 drives. Adds about 13k (or around 30k if you enable the
303 FEATURE_HDPARM_GET_IDENTITY option)....
304
305 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_FEATURE_HDPARM_GET_IDENTITY
306 bool "Support obtaining detailed information directly from drives"
307 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_FEATURE_HDPARM_GET_IDENTITY
308 depends on BUSYBOX_CONFIG_HDPARM
309 help
310 Enable the -I and -i options to obtain detailed information
311 directly from drives about their capabilities and supported ATA
312 feature set. If no device name is specified, hdparm will read
313 identify data from stdin. Enabling this option will add about 16k...
314
315 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_FEATURE_HDPARM_HDIO_SCAN_HWIF
316 bool "Register an IDE interface (DANGEROUS)"
317 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_FEATURE_HDPARM_HDIO_SCAN_HWIF
318 depends on BUSYBOX_CONFIG_HDPARM
319 help
320 Enable the 'hdparm -R' option to register an IDE interface.
321 This is dangerous stuff, so you should probably say N.
322
323 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_FEATURE_HDPARM_HDIO_UNREGISTER_HWIF
324 bool "Un-register an IDE interface (DANGEROUS)"
325 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_FEATURE_HDPARM_HDIO_UNREGISTER_HWIF
326 depends on BUSYBOX_CONFIG_HDPARM
327 help
328 Enable the 'hdparm -U' option to un-register an IDE interface.
329 This is dangerous stuff, so you should probably say N.
330
331 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_FEATURE_HDPARM_HDIO_DRIVE_RESET
332 bool "Perform device reset (DANGEROUS)"
333 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_FEATURE_HDPARM_HDIO_DRIVE_RESET
334 depends on BUSYBOX_CONFIG_HDPARM
335 help
336 Enable the 'hdparm -w' option to perform a device reset.
337 This is dangerous stuff, so you should probably say N.
338
339 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_FEATURE_HDPARM_HDIO_TRISTATE_HWIF
340 bool "Tristate device for hotswap (DANGEROUS)"
341 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_FEATURE_HDPARM_HDIO_TRISTATE_HWIF
342 depends on BUSYBOX_CONFIG_HDPARM
343 help
344 Enable the 'hdparm -x' option to tristate device for hotswap,
345 and the '-b' option to get/set bus state. This is dangerous
346 stuff, so you should probably say N.
347
348 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_FEATURE_HDPARM_HDIO_GETSET_DMA
349 bool "Get/set using_dma flag"
350 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_FEATURE_HDPARM_HDIO_GETSET_DMA
351 depends on BUSYBOX_CONFIG_HDPARM
352 help
353 Enable the 'hdparm -d' option to get/set using_dma flag.
354 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_I2CGET
355 bool "i2cget"
356 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_I2CGET
357 select BUSYBOX_CONFIG_PLATFORM_LINUX
358 help
359 Read from I2C/SMBus chip registers.
360
361 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_I2CSET
362 bool "i2cset"
363 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_I2CSET
364 select BUSYBOX_CONFIG_PLATFORM_LINUX
365 help
366 Set I2C registers.
367
368 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_I2CDUMP
369 bool "i2cdump"
370 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_I2CDUMP
371 select BUSYBOX_CONFIG_PLATFORM_LINUX
372 help
373 Examine I2C registers.
374
375 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_I2CDETECT
376 bool "i2cdetect"
377 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_I2CDETECT
378 select BUSYBOX_CONFIG_PLATFORM_LINUX
379 help
380 Detect I2C chips.
381
382 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_INOTIFYD
383 bool "inotifyd"
384 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_INOTIFYD # doesn't build on Knoppix 5
385 help
386 Simple inotify daemon. Reports filesystem changes. Requires
387 kernel >= 2.6.13
388 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_LESS
389 bool "less"
390 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_LESS
391 help
392 'less' is a pager, meaning that it displays text files. It possesses
393 a wide array of features, and is an improvement over 'more'.
394
395 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_FEATURE_LESS_MAXLINES
396 int "Max number of input lines less will try to eat"
397 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_FEATURE_LESS_MAXLINES
398 depends on BUSYBOX_CONFIG_LESS
399
400 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_FEATURE_LESS_BRACKETS
401 bool "Enable bracket searching"
402 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_FEATURE_LESS_BRACKETS
403 depends on BUSYBOX_CONFIG_LESS
404 help
405 This option adds the capability to search for matching left and right
406 brackets, facilitating programming.
407
408 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_FEATURE_LESS_FLAGS
409 bool "Enable -m/-M"
410 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_FEATURE_LESS_FLAGS
411 depends on BUSYBOX_CONFIG_LESS
412 help
413 The -M/-m flag enables a more sophisticated status line.
414
415 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_FEATURE_LESS_TRUNCATE
416 bool "Enable -S"
417 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_FEATURE_LESS_TRUNCATE
418 depends on BUSYBOX_CONFIG_LESS
419 help
420 The -S flag causes long lines to be truncated rather than
421 wrapped.
422
423 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_FEATURE_LESS_MARKS
424 bool "Enable marks"
425 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_FEATURE_LESS_MARKS
426 depends on BUSYBOX_CONFIG_LESS
427 help
428 Marks enable positions in a file to be stored for easy reference.
429
430 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_FEATURE_LESS_REGEXP
431 bool "Enable regular expressions"
432 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_FEATURE_LESS_REGEXP
433 depends on BUSYBOX_CONFIG_LESS
434 help
435 Enable regular expressions, allowing complex file searches.
436
437 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_FEATURE_LESS_WINCH
438 bool "Enable automatic resizing on window size changes"
439 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_FEATURE_LESS_WINCH
440 depends on BUSYBOX_CONFIG_LESS
441 help
442 Makes less track window size changes.
443
444 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_FEATURE_LESS_ASK_TERMINAL
445 bool "Use 'tell me cursor position' ESC sequence to measure window"
446 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_FEATURE_LESS_ASK_TERMINAL
447 depends on BUSYBOX_CONFIG_FEATURE_LESS_WINCH
448 help
449 Makes less track window size changes.
450 If terminal size can't be retrieved and $LINES/$COLUMNS are not set,
451 this option makes less perform a last-ditch effort to find it:
452 position cursor to 999,999 and ask terminal to report real
453 cursor position using "ESC [ 6 n" escape sequence, then read stdin.
454 This is not clean but helps a lot on serial lines and such.
455
456 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_FEATURE_LESS_DASHCMD
457 bool "Enable flag changes ('-' command)"
458 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_FEATURE_LESS_DASHCMD
459 depends on BUSYBOX_CONFIG_LESS
460 help
461 This enables the ability to change command-line flags within
462 less itself ('-' keyboard command).
463
464 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_FEATURE_LESS_LINENUMS
465 bool "Enable -N (dynamic switching of line numbers)"
466 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_FEATURE_LESS_LINENUMS
467 depends on BUSYBOX_CONFIG_FEATURE_LESS_DASHCMD
468 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_LOCK
469 bool "lock"
470 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_LOCK
471 help
472 Small utility for using locks in scripts
473 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_LSSCSI
474 bool "lsscsi"
475 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_LSSCSI
476 #select PLATFORM_LINUX
477 help
478 lsscsi is a utility for displaying information about SCSI buses in the
479 system and devices connected to them.
480
481 This version uses sysfs (/sys/bus/scsi/devices) only.
482 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_MAKEDEVS
483 bool "makedevs"
484 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_MAKEDEVS
485 help
486 'makedevs' is a utility used to create a batch of devices with
487 one command.
488
489 There are two choices for command line behaviour, the interface
490 as used by LEAF/Linux Router Project, or a device table file.
491
492 'leaf' is traditionally what busybox follows, it allows multiple
493 devices of a particluar type to be created per command.
494 e.g. /dev/hda[0-9]
495 Device properties are passed as command line arguments.
496
497 'table' reads device properties from a file or stdin, allowing
498 a batch of unrelated devices to be made with one command.
499 User/group names are allowed as an alternative to uid/gid.
500
501 choice
502 prompt "Choose makedevs behaviour"
503 depends on BUSYBOX_CONFIG_MAKEDEVS
504 default BUSYBOX_CONFIG_FEATURE_MAKEDEVS_TABLE
505
506 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_FEATURE_MAKEDEVS_LEAF
507 bool "leaf"
508
509 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_FEATURE_MAKEDEVS_TABLE
510 bool "table"
511
512 endchoice
513 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_MAN
514 bool "man"
515 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_MAN
516 help
517 Format and display manual pages.
518 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_MICROCOM
519 bool "microcom"
520 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_MICROCOM
521 help
522 The poor man's minicom utility for chatting with serial port devices.
523 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_MT
524 bool "mt"
525 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_MT
526 help
527 mt is used to control tape devices. You can use the mt utility
528 to advance or rewind a tape past a specified number of archive
529 files on the tape.
530 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_NANDWRITE
531 bool "nandwrite"
532 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_NANDWRITE
533 select BUSYBOX_CONFIG_PLATFORM_LINUX
534 help
535 Write to the specified MTD device, with bad blocks awareness
536
537 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_NANDDUMP
538 bool "nanddump"
539 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_NANDDUMP
540 select BUSYBOX_CONFIG_PLATFORM_LINUX
541 help
542 Dump the content of raw NAND chip
543 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_PARTPROBE
544 bool "partprobe"
545 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_PARTPROBE
546 select BUSYBOX_CONFIG_PLATFORM_LINUX
547 help
548 Ask kernel to rescan partition table.
549 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_RAIDAUTORUN
550 bool "raidautorun"
551 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_RAIDAUTORUN
552 select BUSYBOX_CONFIG_PLATFORM_LINUX
553 help
554 raidautorun tells the kernel md driver to
555 search and start RAID arrays.
556 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_READAHEAD
557 bool "readahead"
558 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_READAHEAD
559 depends on BUSYBOX_CONFIG_LFS
560 select BUSYBOX_CONFIG_PLATFORM_LINUX
561 help
562 Preload the files listed on the command line into RAM cache so that
563 subsequent reads on these files will not block on disk I/O.
564
565 This applet just calls the readahead(2) system call on each file.
566 It is mainly useful in system startup scripts to preload files
567 or executables before they are used. When used at the right time
568 (in particular when a CPU bound process is running) it can
569 significantly speed up system startup.
570
571 As readahead(2) blocks until each file has been read, it is best to
572 run this applet as a background job.
573 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_RFKILL
574 bool "rfkill"
575 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_RFKILL # doesn't build on Ubuntu 9.04
576 select BUSYBOX_CONFIG_PLATFORM_LINUX
577 help
578 Enable/disable wireless devices.
579
580 rfkill list : list all wireless devices
581 rfkill list bluetooth : list all bluetooth devices
582 rfkill list 1 : list device corresponding to the given index
583 rfkill block|unblock wlan : block/unblock all wlan(wifi) devices
584
585 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_RUNLEVEL
586 bool "runlevel"
587 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_RUNLEVEL
588 depends on BUSYBOX_CONFIG_FEATURE_UTMP
589 help
590 find the current and previous system runlevel.
591
592 This applet uses utmp but does not rely on busybox supporing
593 utmp on purpose. It is used by e.g. emdebian via /etc/init.d/rc.
594 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_RX
595 bool "rx"
596 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_RX
597 select BUSYBOX_CONFIG_PLATFORM_LINUX
598 help
599 Receive files using the Xmodem protocol.
600 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_SETSERIAL
601 bool "setserial"
602 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_SETSERIAL
603 select BUSYBOX_CONFIG_PLATFORM_LINUX
604 help
605 Retrieve or set Linux serial port.
606 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_STRINGS
607 bool "strings"
608 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_STRINGS
609 help
610 strings prints the printable character sequences for each file
611 specified.
612 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_TIME
613 bool "time"
614 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_TIME
615 help
616 The time command runs the specified program with the given arguments.
617 When the command finishes, time writes a message to standard output
618 giving timing statistics about this program run.
619 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_TTYSIZE
620 bool "ttysize"
621 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_TTYSIZE
622 help
623 A replacement for "stty size". Unlike stty, can report only width,
624 only height, or both, in any order. It also does not complain on
625 error, but returns default 80x24.
626 Usage in shell scripts: width=`ttysize w`.
627 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_UBIATTACH
628 bool "ubiattach"
629 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_UBIATTACH
630 select BUSYBOX_CONFIG_PLATFORM_LINUX
631 help
632 Attach MTD device to an UBI device.
633
634 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_UBIDETACH
635 bool "ubidetach"
636 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_UBIDETACH
637 select BUSYBOX_CONFIG_PLATFORM_LINUX
638 help
639 Detach MTD device from an UBI device.
640
641 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_UBIMKVOL
642 bool "ubimkvol"
643 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_UBIMKVOL
644 select BUSYBOX_CONFIG_PLATFORM_LINUX
645 help
646 Create a UBI volume.
647
648 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_UBIRMVOL
649 bool "ubirmvol"
650 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_UBIRMVOL
651 select BUSYBOX_CONFIG_PLATFORM_LINUX
652 help
653 Delete a UBI volume.
654
655 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_UBIRSVOL
656 bool "ubirsvol"
657 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_UBIRSVOL
658 select BUSYBOX_CONFIG_PLATFORM_LINUX
659 help
660 Resize a UBI volume.
661
662 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_UBIUPDATEVOL
663 bool "ubiupdatevol"
664 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_UBIUPDATEVOL
665 select BUSYBOX_CONFIG_PLATFORM_LINUX
666 help
667 Update a UBI volume.
668 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_UBIRENAME
669 bool "ubirename"
670 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_UBIRENAME
671 select BUSYBOX_CONFIG_PLATFORM_LINUX
672 help
673 Utility to rename UBI volumes
674 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_VOLNAME
675 bool "volname"
676 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_VOLNAME
677 help
678 Prints a CD-ROM volume name.
679 config BUSYBOX_CONFIG_WATCHDOG
680 bool "watchdog"
681 default BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_WATCHDOG
682 select BUSYBOX_CONFIG_PLATFORM_LINUX
683 help
684 The watchdog utility is used with hardware or software watchdog
685 device drivers. It opens the specified watchdog device special file
686 and periodically writes a magic character to the device. If the
687 watchdog applet ever fails to write the magic character within a
688 certain amount of time, the watchdog device assumes the system has
689 hung, and will cause the hardware to reboot.
690
691 endmenu