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1#
2# For a description of the syntax of this configuration file,
3# see scripts/kbuild/config-language.txt.
4#
5
6menu "Miscellaneous Utilities"
7
8config ADJTIMEX
9    bool "adjtimex"
10    default n
11    help
12      Adjtimex reads and optionally sets adjustment parameters for
13      the Linux clock adjustment algorithm.
14
15config BBCONFIG
16    bool "bbconfig"
17    default n
18    help
19      The bbconfig applet will print the config file with which
20      busybox was built.
21
22config CHRT
23    bool "chrt"
24    default n
25    help
26      manipulate real-time attributes of a process.
27      This requires sched_{g,s}etparam support in your libc.
28
29config CROND
30    bool "crond"
31    default n
32    select FEATURE_SUID
33    select FEATURE_SYSLOG
34    help
35      Crond is a background daemon that parses individual crontab
36      files and executes commands on behalf of the users in question.
37      This is a port of dcron from slackware.  It uses files of the
38      format /var/spool/cron/crontabs/<username> files, for example:
39          $ cat /var/spool/cron/crontabs/root
40          # Run daily cron jobs at 4:40 every day:
41          40 4 * * * /etc/cron/daily > /dev/null 2>&1
42      Note that Busybox binary must be setuid root for this applet to
43      work properly.
44
45config DEBUG_CROND_OPTION
46    bool "Support debug option -d"
47    depends on CROND
48    default n
49    help
50      Support option -d to enter debug mode.
51
52config FEATURE_CROND_CALL_SENDMAIL
53    bool "Using /usr/sbin/sendmail?"
54    default n
55    depends on CROND
56    help
57      Support calling /usr/sbin/sendmail for send cmd outputs.
58
59config CRONTAB
60    bool "crontab"
61    default n
62    select FEATURE_SUID
63    help
64      Crontab manipulates the crontab for a particular user.  Only
65      the superuser may specify a different user and/or crontab directory.
66
67config DC
68    bool "dc"
69    default n
70    help
71      Dc is a reverse-polish desk calculator which supports unlimited
72      precision arithmetic.
73
74config DEVFSD
75    bool "devfsd (obsolete)"
76    default n
77    select FEATURE_SYSLOG
78    help
79      This is deprecated, and will be removed at the end of 2008.
80
81      Provides compatibility with old device names on a devfs systems.
82      You should set it to true if you have devfs enabled.
83      The following keywords in devsfd.conf are supported:
84      "CLEAR_CONFIG", "INCLUDE", "OPTIONAL_INCLUDE", "RESTORE",
85      "PERMISSIONS", "EXECUTE", "COPY", "IGNORE",
86      "MKOLDCOMPAT", "MKNEWCOMPAT","RMOLDCOMPAT", "RMNEWCOMPAT".
87
88       But only if they are written UPPERCASE!!!!!!!!
89
90config DEVFSD_MODLOAD
91    bool "Adds support for MODLOAD keyword in devsfd.conf"
92    default n
93    depends on DEVFSD
94    help
95      This actually doesn't work with busybox modutils but needs
96      the external modutils.
97
98config DEVFSD_FG_NP
99    bool "Enables the -fg and -np options"
100    default n
101    depends on DEVFSD
102    help
103        -fg Run the daemon in the foreground.
104        -np Exit  after  parsing  the configuration file. Do not poll for events.
105
106config DEVFSD_VERBOSE
107    bool "Increases logging (and size)"
108    default n
109    depends on DEVFSD
110    help
111      Increases logging to stderr or syslog.
112
113config FEATURE_DEVFS
114    bool "  Use devfs names for all devices (obsolete)"
115    default n
116    help
117      This is obsolete and will be going away at the end of 2008..
118
119      This tells busybox to look for names like /dev/loop/0 instead of
120      /dev/loop0.  If your /dev directory has normal names instead of
121      devfs names, you don't want this.
122
123config EJECT
124    bool "eject"
125    default n
126    help
127      Used to eject cdroms.  (defaults to /dev/cdrom)
128
129config LAST
130    bool "last"
131    default n
132    select FEATURE_WTMP
133    help
134      'last' displays a list of the last users that logged into the system.
135
136config LESS
137    bool "less"
138    default n
139    help
140      'less' is a pager, meaning that it displays text files. It possesses
141      a wide array of features, and is an improvement over 'more'.
142
143config FEATURE_LESS_MAXLINES
144    int "Max number of input lines less will try to eat"
145    default 9999999
146    depends on LESS
147
148config FEATURE_LESS_BRACKETS
149    bool "Enable bracket searching"
150    default y
151    depends on LESS
152    help
153      This option adds the capability to search for matching left and right
154      brackets, facilitating programming.
155
156config FEATURE_LESS_FLAGS
157    bool "Enable extra flags"
158    default y
159    depends on LESS
160    help
161      The extra flags provided do the following:
162
163      The -M flag enables a more sophisticated status line.
164      The -m flag enables a simpler status line with a percentage.
165
166config FEATURE_LESS_FLAGCS
167    bool "Enable flag changes"
168    default n
169    depends on LESS
170    help
171      This enables the ability to change command-line flags within
172      less itself.
173
174config FEATURE_LESS_MARKS
175    bool "Enable marks"
176    default n
177    depends on LESS
178    help
179      Marks enable positions in a file to be stored for easy reference.
180
181config FEATURE_LESS_REGEXP
182    bool "Enable regular expressions"
183    default n
184    depends on LESS
185    help
186      Enable regular expressions, allowing complex file searches.
187
188config HDPARM
189    bool "hdparm"
190    default n
191    help
192      Get/Set hard drive parameters.  Primarily intended for ATA
193      drives.  Adds about 13k (or around 30k if you enable the
194      FEATURE_HDPARM_GET_IDENTITY option)....
195
196config FEATURE_HDPARM_GET_IDENTITY
197    bool "Support obtaining detailed information directly from drives"
198    default y
199    depends on HDPARM
200    help
201      Enables the -I and -i options to obtain detailed information
202      directly from drives about their capabilities and supported ATA
203      feature set. If no device name is specified, hdparm will read
204      identify data from stdin. Enabling this option will add about 16k...
205
206config FEATURE_HDPARM_HDIO_SCAN_HWIF
207    bool "Register an IDE interface (DANGEROUS)"
208    default n
209    depends on HDPARM
210    help
211      Enables the 'hdparm -R' option to register an IDE interface.
212      This is dangerous stuff, so you should probably say N.
213
214config FEATURE_HDPARM_HDIO_UNREGISTER_HWIF
215    bool "Un-register an IDE interface (DANGEROUS)"
216    default n
217    depends on HDPARM
218    help
219      Enables the 'hdparm -U' option to un-register an IDE interface.
220      This is dangerous stuff, so you should probably say N.
221
222config FEATURE_HDPARM_HDIO_DRIVE_RESET
223    bool "perform device reset (DANGEROUS)"
224    default n
225    depends on HDPARM
226    help
227      Enables the 'hdparm -w' option to perform a device reset.
228      This is dangerous stuff, so you should probably say N.
229
230config FEATURE_HDPARM_HDIO_TRISTATE_HWIF
231    bool "tristate device for hotswap (DANGEROUS)"
232    default n
233    depends on HDPARM
234    help
235      Enables the 'hdparm -x' option to tristate device for hotswap,
236      and the '-b' option to get/set bus state.  This is dangerous
237      stuff, so you should probably say N.
238
239config FEATURE_HDPARM_HDIO_GETSET_DMA
240    bool "get/set using_dma flag (DANGEROUS)"
241    default n
242    depends on HDPARM
243    help
244      Enables the 'hdparm -d' option to get/set using_dma flag.
245      This is dangerous stuff, so you should probably say N.
246
247config MAKEDEVS
248    bool "makedevs"
249    default n
250    help
251      'makedevs' is a utility used to create a batch of devices with
252      one command.
253      .
254      There are two choices for command line behaviour, the interface
255      as used by LEAF/Linux Router Project, or a device table file.
256      .
257      'leaf' is traditionally what busybox follows, it allows multiple
258      devices of a particluar type to be created per command.
259      e.g. /dev/hda[0-9]
260      Device properties are passed as command line arguments.
261      .
262      'table' reads device properties from a file or stdin, allowing
263      a batch of unrelated devices to be made with one command.
264      User/group names are allowed as an alternative to uid/gid.
265
266choice
267    prompt "Choose makedevs behaviour"
268    depends on MAKEDEVS
269    default FEATURE_MAKEDEVS_TABLE
270
271config FEATURE_MAKEDEVS_LEAF
272    bool "leaf"
273
274config FEATURE_MAKEDEVS_TABLE
275    bool "table"
276
277endchoice
278
279config MOUNTPOINT
280    bool "mountpoint"
281    default n
282    help
283      mountpoint checks if the directory is a mountpoint.
284
285config MT
286    bool "mt"
287    default n
288    help
289      mt is used to control tape devices.  You can use the mt utility
290      to advance or rewind a tape past a specified number of archive
291      files on the tape.
292
293config RAIDAUTORUN
294    bool "raidautorun"
295    default n
296    help
297      raidautorun tells the kernel md driver to
298      search and start RAID arrays.
299
300config READAHEAD
301    bool "readahead"
302    default n
303    depends on LFS
304    help
305      Preload the files listed on the command line into RAM cache so that
306      subsequent reads on these files will not block on disk I/O.
307
308      This applet just calls the readahead(2) system call on each file.
309      It is mainly useful in system startup scripts to preload files
310      or executables before they are used.  When used at the right time
311      (in particular when a CPU boundprocess is running) it can
312      significantly speed up system startup.
313
314      As readahead(2) blocks until each file has been read, it is best to
315      run this applet as a background job.
316
317config RUNLEVEL
318    bool "runlevel"
319    default n
320    help
321      find the current and previous system runlevel.
322
323      This applet uses utmp but does not rely on busybox supporing
324      utmp on purpose. It is used by e.g. emdebian via /etc/init.d/rc.
325
326config RX
327    bool "rx"
328    default n
329    help
330      Receive files using the Xmodem protocol.
331
332config STRINGS
333    bool "strings"
334    default n
335    help
336      strings prints the printable character sequences for each file
337      specified.
338
339config SETSID
340    bool "setsid"
341    default n
342    help
343      setsid runs a program in a new session
344
345config TASKSET
346    bool "taskset"
347    default n
348    help
349      Retrieve or set a processes's CPU affinity.
350      This requires sched_{g,s}etaffinity support in your libc.
351
352config FEATURE_TASKSET_FANCY
353    bool "fancy output"
354    default y
355    depends on TASKSET
356    help
357      Add code for fancy output. This merely silences a compiler-warning
358      and adds about 135 Bytes. May be needed for machines with alot
359      of CPUs.
360
361config TIME
362    bool "time"
363    default n
364    help
365      The time command runs the specified program with the given arguments.
366      When the command finishes, time writes a message to standard output
367      giving timing statistics about this program run.
368
369config TTYSIZE
370    bool "ttysize"
371    default n
372    help
373      A replacement for "stty size". Unlike stty, can report only width,
374      only height, or both, in any order. It also does not complain on error,
375      but returns default 80x24. Usage in shell scripts: width=`ttysize w`.
376
377config WATCHDOG
378    bool "watchdog"
379    default n
380    help
381      The watchdog utility is used with hardware or software watchdog
382      device drivers.  It opens the specified watchdog device special file
383      and periodically writes a magic character to the device.  If the
384      watchdog applet ever fails to write the magic character within a
385      certain amount of time, the watchdog device assumes the system has
386      hung, and will cause the hardware to reboot.
387
388endmenu
389
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