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CONFIG_INPUT_JOYSTICK: Joysticks

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The Linux kernel configuration item CONFIG_INPUT_JOYSTICK has multiple definitions:

Joysticks/Gamepads found in drivers/input/joystick/Kconfig

The configuration item CONFIG_INPUT_JOYSTICK:

Help text

If you have a joystick, 6dof controller, gamepad, steering wheel, weapon control system or something like that you can say Y here and the list of supported devices will be displayed. This option doesn't affect the kernel.

Please read the file Documentation/input/joystick.txt which contains more information.

Joysticks found in drivers/input/joystick/Kconfig

The configuration item CONFIG_INPUT_JOYSTICK:

Help text

If you have a joystick, 6dof controller, gamepad, steering wheel, weapon control system or something like that you can say Y here and the list of supported devices will be displayed. This option doesn't affect the kernel.

Please read the file Documentation/input/joystick.txt which contains more information.

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