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CONFIG_STRIP: STRIP (Metricom starmode radio IP)

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The Linux kernel configuration item CONFIG_STRIP has multiple definitions:

STRIP (Metricom starmode radio IP) found in drivers/net/wireless/Kconfig

The configuration item CONFIG_STRIP:

Help text

Say Y if you have a Metricom radio and intend to use Starmode Radio IP. STRIP is a radio protocol developed for the MosquitoNet project to send Internet traffic using Metricom radios. Metricom radios are small, battery powered, 100kbit/sec packet radio transceivers, about the size and weight of a cellular telephone. (You may also have heard them called "Metricom modems" but we avoid the term "modem" because it misleads many people into thinking that you can plug a Metricom modem into a phone line and use it as a modem.)

You can use STRIP on any Linux machine with a serial port, although it is obviously most useful for people with laptop computers. If you think you might get a Metricom radio in the future, there is no harm in saying Y to STRIP now, except that it makes the kernel a bit bigger.

To compile this as a module, choose M here: the module will be called strip.

STRIP (Metricom starmode radio IP) found in drivers/staging/strip/Kconfig

The configuration item CONFIG_STRIP:

Help text

Say Y if you have a Metricom radio and intend to use Starmode Radio IP. STRIP is a radio protocol developed for the MosquitoNet project to send Internet traffic using Metricom radios. Metricom radios are small, battery powered, 100kbit/sec packet radio transceivers, about the size and weight of a cellular telephone. (You may also have heard them called "Metricom modems" but we avoid the term "modem" because it misleads many people into thinking that you can plug a Metricom modem into a phone line and use it as a modem.)

You can use STRIP on any Linux machine with a serial port, although it is obviously most useful for people with laptop computers. If you think you might get a Metricom radio in the future, there is no harm in saying Y to STRIP now, except that it makes the kernel a bit bigger.

To compile this as a module, choose M here: the module will be called strip.

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