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CONFIG_DVB_CORE: DVB for Linux

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The Linux kernel configuration item CONFIG_DVB_CORE has multiple definitions:

found in drivers/media/Kconfig

The configuration item CONFIG_DVB_CORE:

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DVB Core Support found in drivers/media/dvb/dvb-core/Kconfig

The configuration item CONFIG_DVB_CORE:

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DVB core utility functions for device handling, software fallbacks etc. Say Y when you have a DVB card and want to use it. Say Y if your want to build your drivers outside the kernel, but need the DVB core. All in-kernel drivers will select this automatically if needed. If unsure say N.

DVB for Linux found in drivers/media/Kconfig

The configuration item CONFIG_DVB_CORE:

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DVB core utility functions for device handling, software fallbacks etc.

Enable this if you own a DVB/ATSC adapter and want to use it or if you compile Linux for a digital SetTopBox.

Say Y when you have a DVB or an ATSC card and want to use it.

API specs and user tools are available from http://www.linuxtv.org/.

Please report problems regarding this support to the LinuxDVB mailing list.

If unsure say N.

DVB for Linux found in drivers/media/dvb/dvb-core/Kconfig

The configuration item CONFIG_DVB_CORE:

Help text

Support Digital Video Broadcasting hardware. Enable this if you own a DVB adapter and want to use it or if you compile Linux for a digital SetTopBox.

DVB core utility functions for device handling, software fallbacks etc. Say Y when you have a DVB card and want to use it. Say Y if your want to build your drivers outside the kernel, but need the DVB core. All in-kernel drivers will select this automatically if needed.

API specs and user tools are available from http://www.linuxtv.org/.

Please report problems regarding this driver to the LinuxDVB mailing list.

If unsure say N.

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