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CONFIG_USB_G_CCG: Configurable Composite Gadget (STAGING)

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The Linux kernel configuration item CONFIG_USB_G_CCG:

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The Configurable Composite Gadget supports multiple USB functions: acm, mass storage, rndis and FunctionFS. Each function can be configured and enabled/disabled dynamically from userspace through a sysfs interface.

In order to compile this (either as a module or built-in), "USB Gadget Drivers" and anything under it must not be selected compiled-in in Device Drivers->USB Support->USB Gadget Support. However, you can say "M" there, if you do, the Configurable Composite Gadget can be compiled "M" only or not at all.

BIG FAT NOTE: DON'T RELY ON THIS USERINTERFACE HERE! AS PART OF THE REWORK DONE HERE WILL BE A NEW USER INTERFACE WITHOUT ANY COMPATIBILITY TO THIS SYSFS INTERFACE HERE. BE AWARE OF THIS BEFORE SELECTING THIS.

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