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CONFIG_COMEDI_NI_PCIMIO: NI PCI-MIO-E series and M series support

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The Linux kernel configuration item CONFIG_COMEDI_NI_PCIMIO:

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Enable support for National Instruments PCI-MIO-E series and M series (all boards): PCI-MIO-16XE-10, PXI-6030E, PCI-MIO-16E-1, PCI-MIO-16E-4, PCI-6014, PCI-6040E, PXI-6040E, PCI-6030E, PCI-6031E, PCI-6032E, PCI-6033E, PCI-6071E, PCI-6023E, PCI-6024E, PCI-6025E, PXI-6025E, PCI-6034E, PCI-6035E, PCI-6052E, PCI-6110, PCI-6111, PCI-6220, PXI-6220, PCI-6221, PXI-6221, PCI-6224, PXI-6224, PCI-6225, PXI-6225, PCI-6229, PXI-6229, PCI-6250, PXI-6250, PCI-6251, PXI-6251, PCIe-6251, PXIe-6251, PCI-6254, PXI-6254, PCI-6259, PXI-6259, PCIe-6259, PXIe-6259, PCI-6280, PXI-6280, PCI-6281, PXI-6281, PCI-6284, PXI-6284, PCI-6289, PXI-6289, PCI-6711, PXI-6711, PCI-6713, PXI-6713, PXI-6071E, PCI-6070E, PXI-6070E, PXI-6052E, PCI-6036E, PCI-6731, PCI-6733, PXI-6733, PCI-6143, PXI-6143

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



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