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CONFIG_ADB_CUDA: Support for CUDA based PowerMacs

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The Linux kernel configuration item CONFIG_ADB_CUDA has multiple definitions:

Include CUDA ADB driver found in arch/m68k/Kconfig

The configuration item CONFIG_ADB_CUDA:

Help text

This provides support for CUDA based Power Macintosh systems. This includes most OldWorld PowerMacs, the first generation iMacs, the Blue&White G3 and the Yikes G4 (PCI Graphics). All later models should use ADB_PMU instead.

If unsure say Y.

Support for CUDA based Macs and PowerMacs found in drivers/macintosh/Kconfig

The configuration item CONFIG_ADB_CUDA:

Help text

This provides support for CUDA based Macintosh and Power Macintosh systems. This includes many m68k based Macs (Color Classic, Mac TV, Performa 475, Performa 520, Performa 550, Performa 575, Performa 588, Quadra 605, Quadra 630, Quadra/Centris 660AV, and Quadra 840AV), most OldWorld PowerMacs, the first generation iMacs, the Blue&White G3 and the "Yikes" G4 (PCI Graphics). All later models should use ADB_PMU instead. It is safe to say Y here even if your machine doesn't have a CUDA.

If unsure say Y.

Support for CUDA based PowerMacs found in arch/ppc/Kconfig

The configuration item CONFIG_ADB_CUDA:

Help text

This provides support for CUDA based Power Macintosh systems. This includes most OldWorld PowerMacs, the first generation iMacs, the Blue&White G3 and the "Yikes" G4 (PCI Graphics). All later models should use ADB_PMU instead. It is safe to say Y here even if your machine doesn't have a CUDA.

If unsure say Y.

Support for CUDA based PowerMacs found in drivers/macintosh/Kconfig

The configuration item CONFIG_ADB_CUDA:

Help text

This provides support for CUDA based Power Macintosh systems. This includes most OldWorld PowerMacs, the first generation iMacs, the Blue&White G3 and the "Yikes" G4 (PCI Graphics). All later models should use ADB_PMU instead. It is safe to say Y here even if your machine doesn't have a CUDA.

If unsure say Y.

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