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CONFIG_STAGING: Staging drivers

General informations

The Linux kernel configuration item CONFIG_STAGING:

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This option allows you to select a number of drivers that are not of the "normal" Linux kernel quality level. These drivers are placed here in order to get a wider audience to make use of them. Please note that these drivers are under heavy development, may or may not work, and may contain userspace interfaces that most likely will be changed in the near future.

Using any of these drivers will taint your kernel which might affect support options from both the community, and various commercial support organizations.

If you wish to work on these drivers, to help improve them, or to report problems you have with them, please see the driver_name.README file in the drivers/staging/ directory to see what needs to be worked on, and who to contact.

If in doubt, say N here.

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