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CONFIG_ADB_PMU: Support for PMU based PowerMacs

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The Linux kernel configuration item CONFIG_ADB_PMU has multiple definitions:

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

The configuration item CONFIG_ADB_PMU:

Help text

On PowerBooks, iBooks, and recent iMacs and Power Macintoshes, the PMU is an embedded microprocessor whose primary function is to control system power, and battery charging on the portable models. The PMU also controls the ADB (Apple Desktop Bus) which connects to the keyboard and mouse on some machines, as well as the non-volatile RAM and the RTC (real time clock) chip. Say Y to enable support for this device; you should do so if your machine is one of those mentioned above.

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

The configuration item CONFIG_ADB_PMU:

Help text

On PowerBooks, iBooks, and recent iMacs and Power Macintoshes, the PMU is an embedded microprocessor whose primary function is to control system power, and battery charging on the portable models. The PMU also controls the ADB (Apple Desktop Bus) which connects to the keyboard and mouse on some machines, as well as the non-volatile RAM and the RTC (real time clock) chip. Say Y to enable support for this device; you should do so if your machine is one of those mentioned above.

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