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CONFIG_ATA: Serial ATA and Parallel ATA drivers (libata)

General informations

The Linux kernel configuration item CONFIG_ATA has multiple definitions:

ATA device support found in drivers/ata/Kconfig

The configuration item CONFIG_ATA:

Help text

If you want to use a ATA hard disk, ATA tape drive, ATA CD-ROM or any other ATA device under Linux, say Y and make sure that you know the name of your ATA host adapter (the card inside your computer that "speaks" the ATA protocol, also called ATA controller), because you will be asked for it.

Serial ATA (prod) and Parallel ATA (experimental) drivers found in drivers/ata/Kconfig

The configuration item CONFIG_ATA:

Help text

If you want to use a ATA hard disk, ATA tape drive, ATA CD-ROM or any other ATA device under Linux, say Y and make sure that you know the name of your ATA host adapter (the card inside your computer that "speaks" the ATA protocol, also called ATA controller), because you will be asked for it.

NOTE: ATA enables basic SCSI support; *however*, 'SCSI disk support', 'SCSI tape support', or 'SCSI CDROM support' may also be needed, depending on your hardware configuration.

Serial ATA and Parallel ATA drivers (libata) found in drivers/ata/Kconfig

The configuration item CONFIG_ATA:

Help text

If you want to use an ATA hard disk, ATA tape drive, ATA CD-ROM or any other ATA device under Linux, say Y and make sure that you know the name of your ATA host adapter (the card inside your computer that "speaks" the ATA protocol, also called ATA controller), because you will be asked for it.

NOTE: ATA enables basic SCSI support; *however*, 'SCSI disk support', 'SCSI tape support', or 'SCSI CDROM support' may also be needed, depending on your hardware configuration.

Serial ATA and Parallel ATA drivers found in drivers/ata/Kconfig

The configuration item CONFIG_ATA:

Help text

If you want to use a ATA hard disk, ATA tape drive, ATA CD-ROM or any other ATA device under Linux, say Y and make sure that you know the name of your ATA host adapter (the card inside your computer that "speaks" the ATA protocol, also called ATA controller), because you will be asked for it.

NOTE: ATA enables basic SCSI support; *however*, 'SCSI disk support', 'SCSI tape support', or 'SCSI CDROM support' may also be needed, depending on your hardware configuration.

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