madwifi: add patch for building all modules (except for the HAL) into a single module...
[openwrt/svn-archive/archive.git] / package / madwifi / Config.in
1 # MadWifi configuration
2
3 config MADWIFI_DEBUG
4 bool "Enable compilation of debugging features"
5 depends on DEVEL && PACKAGE_kmod-madwifi
6 default n
7
8 config MADWIFI_COMPRESSION
9 bool "Enable Atheros Super A/G Compression"
10 depends on PACKAGE_kmod-madwifi
11 depends !TARGET_ar71xx
12 default n
13 help
14 Enables Atheros Super A/G Hardware Compression Engine.
15
16 choice
17 prompt "Madwifi version"
18 depends on PACKAGE_kmod-madwifi
19 default MADWIFI_STABLE
20 help
21 This option allows you to select the version of MadWifi to be built.
22
23 config MADWIFI_STABLE
24 bool "Use the OpenWrt stable version of madwifi"
25
26 config MADWIFI_UPSTREAM
27 depends BROKEN
28 depends !TARGET_atheros
29 bool "Use the upstream release version 0.9.4"
30
31 endchoice
32
33 config MADWIFI_SINGLE_MODULE
34 bool "Combine driver and net80211 into a single module"
35 depends on PACKAGE_kmod-madwifi
36 default y
37 help
38 This option combines all driver and stack related code (except for HAL)
39 into a single module, thus saving space and removing unnecessary kernel
40 exports
41
42 choice
43 prompt "Rate control algorithm selection"
44 depends on PACKAGE_kmod-madwifi
45 default MADWIFI_RCA_MINSTREL
46 help
47 This option controls how MadWifi chooses its bitrate.
48
49 config MADWIFI_RCA_MINSTREL
50 bool "Use the Minstrel rate control algorithm"
51 help
52 This code is takes a wandering minstrel approach. Wander around the
53 different rates, singing wherever you can. And then, look at the
54 performance, and make a choice. Note that the wandering minstrel will
55 always wander in directions where he/she feels he/she will get paid
56 the best for his/her work.
57
58 config MADWIFI_RCA_SAMPLERATE
59 bool "Use the SampleRate rate control algorithm"
60 help
61 SampleRate decides on the transmission bit-rate based on the past
62 history of performance; it keeps a record of the number of successive
63 failures, the number of successful transmits and the total transmission
64 time along with the destination for that bit-rate. Stale samples are
65 removed based on a EWMA windowing mechanism. If in the sampling
66 process, no successful acknowledgment is received or the number of
67 packets sent is multiple of 10 on a specific link, it transmits the
68 packet with the highest rate which has not failed 4 successive times.
69 Other than that it transmits packets at the rate which has the lowest
70 average transmission time.
71
72 endchoice