Howto configure the Linux kernel / drivers / usb / misc / sisusbvga

    • Kernel Versions: ...
    • (on/off/module) USB 2.0 SVGA dongle support (Net2280/SiS315)
    • depends on USB && USB_EHCI_HCD ---help--- Say Y here if you intend to attach a USB2VGA dongle based on a Net2280 and a SiS315 chip.
      Note that this device requires a USB 2.0 host controller. It will not work with USB 1.x controllers.
      To compile this driver as a module, choose M here; the module will be called sisusbvga. If unsure, say N.

    • Kernel Versions: ...
    • (on/off) Text console and mode switching support if USB_SISUSBVGA
    • depends on VT
    • select FONT_8x16
      Say Y here if you want a VGA text console via the USB dongle or want to support userland applications that utilize the driver's display mode switching capabilities.
      Note that this console supports VGA/EGA text mode only.
      By default, the console part of the driver will not kick in when the driver is initialized. If you want the driver to take over one or more of the consoles, you need to specify the number of the first and last consoles (starting at 1) as driver parameters.
      For example, if the driver is compiled as a module:
      modprobe sisusbvga first=1 last=5
      If you use hotplug, add this to your modutils config files with the "options" keyword, such as e.g.
      options sisusbvga first=1 last=5
      If the driver is compiled into the kernel image, the parameters must be given in the kernel command like, such as
      sisusbvga.first=1 sisusbvga.last=5

Linux Kernel Configuration

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