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CONFIG_MTD_OBSOLETE_CHIPS: Older (theoretically obsoleted now) drivers for non-CFI chips

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The Linux kernel configuration item CONFIG_MTD_OBSOLETE_CHIPS has multiple definitions:

found in arch/cris/arch-v10/drivers/Kconfig

The configuration item CONFIG_MTD_OBSOLETE_CHIPS:

Help text

This option does not enable any code directly, but will allow you to select some other chip drivers which are now considered obsolete, because the generic JEDEC_PROBE code above should now detect the chips which are supported by these drivers, and allow the generic CFI-compatible drivers to drive the chips. Say 'N' here unless you have already tried the JEDEC_PROBE method and reported its failure to the MTD mailing list at <linux-mtd@lists.infradead.org>

Older (theoretically obsoleted now) drivers for non-CFI chips found in drivers/mtd/chips/Kconfig

The configuration item CONFIG_MTD_OBSOLETE_CHIPS:

Help text

This option does not enable any code directly, but will allow you to select some other chip drivers which are now considered obsolete, because the generic JEDECPROBE code above should now detect the chips which are supported by these drivers, and allow the generic CFI-compatible drivers to drive the chips. Say 'N' here unless you have already tried the JEDECPROBE method and reported its failure to the MTD mailing list at <linux-mtd@lists.infradead.org>

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