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CONFIG_CAIF: CAIF support

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The Linux kernel configuration item CONFIG_CAIF:

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The "Communication CPU to Application CPU Interface" (CAIF) is a packet based connection-oriented MUX protocol developed by ST-Ericsson for use with its modems. It is accessed from user space as sockets (PF_CAIF).

Say Y (or M) here if you build for a phone product (e.g. Android or MeeGo ) that uses CAIF as transport, if unsure say N.

If you select to build it as module then CAIF_NETDEV also needs to be built as modules. You will also need to say yes to any CAIF physical devices that your platform requires.

See Documentation/networking/caif for a further explanation on how to use and configure CAIF.

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