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CONFIG_CF_ENABLER: Compact Flash Enabler support

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The Linux kernel configuration item CONFIG_CF_ENABLER:

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Compact Flash is a small, removable mass storage device introduced in 1994 originally as a PCMCIA device. If you say `Y' here, you compile in support for Compact Flash devices directly connected to a SuperH processor. A Compact Flash FAQ is available at http://www.compactflash.org/faqs/faq.htm.

If your board has "Directly Connected" CompactFlash at area 5 or 6, you may want to enable this option. Then, you can use CF as primary IDE drive (only tested for SanDisk).

If in doubt, select 'N'.

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