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CONFIG_PLX_HERMES: Hermes in PLX9052 based PCI adaptor support (Netgear MA301 etc.) (EXPERIMENTAL)

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The Linux kernel configuration item CONFIG_PLX_HERMES has multiple definitions:

Hermes in PLX9052 based PCI adaptor support (Netgear MA301 etc.) (EXPERIMENTAL) found in drivers/net/wireless/Kconfig

The configuration item CONFIG_PLX_HERMES:

Help text

Enable support for PCMCIA cards supported by the "Hermes" (aka orinoco) driver when used in PLX9052 based PCI adaptors. These adaptors are not a full PCMCIA controller but act as a more limited PCI <-> PCMCIA bridge. Several vendors sell such adaptors so that 802.11b PCMCIA cards can be used in desktop machines. The Netgear MA301 is such an adaptor.

Support for these adaptors is so far still incomplete and buggy. You have been warned.

Hermes in PLX9052 based PCI adaptor support (Netgear MA301 etc.) found in drivers/net/wireless/Kconfig

The configuration item CONFIG_PLX_HERMES:

Help text

Enable support for PCMCIA cards supported by the "Hermes" (aka orinoco) driver when used in PLX9052 based PCI adaptors. These adaptors are not a full PCMCIA controller but act as a more limited PCI <-> PCMCIA bridge. Several vendors sell such adaptors so that 802.11b PCMCIA cards can be used in desktop machines. The Netgear MA301 is such an adaptor.

Hermes in PLX9052 based PCI adaptor support (Netgear MA301 etc.) found in drivers/net/wireless/orinoco/Kconfig

The configuration item CONFIG_PLX_HERMES:

Help text

Enable support for PCMCIA cards supported by the "Hermes" (aka orinoco) driver when used in PLX9052 based PCI adaptors. These adaptors are not a full PCMCIA controller but act as a more limited PCI <-> PCMCIA bridge. Several vendors sell such adaptors so that 802.11b PCMCIA cards can be used in desktop machines. The Netgear MA301 is such an adaptor.

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