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/* * Device tables which are exported to userspace via * scripts/mod/file2alias.c. You must keep that file in sync with this * header. */ #ifndef LINUX_MOD_DEVICETABLE_H #define LINUX_MOD_DEVICETABLE_H #ifdef __KERNEL__ #include <linux/types.h> #else #include <stdint.h> #endif typedef unsigned long kernel_ulong_t; #define PCI_ANY_ID (~0) struct pci_device_id { uint32_t vendor, device; /* Vendor and device ID or PCI_ANY_ID*/ uint32_t subvendor, subdevice; /* Subsystem ID's or PCI_ANY_ID */ uint32_t class, class_mask; /* (class,subclass,prog-if) triplet */ kernel_ulong_t driver_data; /* Data private to the driver */ }; #define IEEE1394_MATCH_VENDOR_ID 0x0001 #define IEEE1394_MATCH_MODEL_ID 0x0002 #define IEEE1394_MATCH_SPECIFIER_ID 0x0004 #define IEEE1394_MATCH_VERSION 0x0008 struct ieee1394_device_id { uint32_t match_flags; uint32_t vendor_id; uint32_t model_id; uint32_t specifier_id; uint32_t version; kernel_ulong_t driver_data __attribute__((aligned(sizeof(kernel_ulong_t)))); }; /* * Device table entry for "new style" table-driven USB drivers. * User mode code can read these tables to choose which modules to load. * Declare the table as a MODULE_DEVICE_TABLE. * * A probe() parameter will point to a matching entry from this table. * Use the driver_info field for each match to hold information tied * to that match: device quirks, etc. * * Terminate the driver's table with an all-zeroes entry. * Use the flag values to control which fields are compared. */ /** * struct usb_device_id - identifies USB devices for probing and hotplugging * @match_flags: Bit mask controlling of the other fields are used to match * against new devices. Any field except for driver_info may be used, * although some only make sense in conjunction with other fields. * This is usually set by a USB_DEVICE_*() macro, which sets all * other fields in this structure except for driver_info. * @idVendor: USB vendor ID for a device; numbers are assigned * by the USB forum to its members. * @idProduct: Vendor-assigned product ID. * @bcdDevice_lo: Low end of range of vendor-assigned product version numbers. * This is also used to identify individual product versions, for * a range consisting of a single device. * @bcdDevice_hi: High end of version number range. The range of product * versions is inclusive. * @bDeviceClass: Class of device; numbers are assigned * by the USB forum. Products may choose to implement classes, * or be vendor-specific. Device classes specify behavior of all * the interfaces on a devices. * @bDeviceSubClass: Subclass of device; associated with bDeviceClass. * @bDeviceProtocol: Protocol of device; associated with bDeviceClass. * @bInterfaceClass: Class of interface; numbers are assigned * by the USB forum. Products may choose to implement classes, * or be vendor-specific. Interface classes specify behavior only * of a given interface; other interfaces may support other classes. * @bInterfaceSubClass: Subclass of interface; associated with bInterfaceClass. * @bInterfaceProtocol: Protocol of interface; associated with bInterfaceClass. * @driver_info: Holds information used by the driver. Usually it holds * a pointer to a descriptor understood by the driver, or perhaps * device flags. * * In most cases, drivers will create a table of device IDs by using * USB_DEVICE(), or similar macros designed for that purpose. * They will then export it to userspace using MODULE_DEVICE_TABLE(), * and provide it to the USB core through their usb_driver structure. * * See the usb_match_id() function for information about how matches are * performed. Briefly, you will normally use one of several macros to help * construct these entries. Each entry you provide will either identify * one or more specific products, or will identify a class of products * which have agreed to behave the same. You should put the more specific * matches towards the beginning of your table, so that driver_info can * record quirks of specific products. */ struct usb_device_id { /* which fields to match against? */ uint16_t match_flags; /* Used for product specific matches; range is inclusive */ uint16_t idVendor; uint16_t idProduct; uint16_t bcdDevice_lo; uint16_t bcdDevice_hi; /* Used for device class matches */ uint8_t bDeviceClass; uint8_t bDeviceSubClass; uint8_t bDeviceProtocol; /* Used for interface class matches */ uint8_t bInterfaceClass; uint8_t bInterfaceSubClass; uint8_t bInterfaceProtocol; /* not matched against */ kernel_ulong_t driver_info; }; /* Some useful macros to use to create struct usb_device_id */ #define USB_DEVICE_ID_MATCH_VENDOR 0x0001 #define USB_DEVICE_ID_MATCH_PRODUCT 0x0002 #define USB_DEVICE_ID_MATCH_DEV_LO 0x0004 #define USB_DEVICE_ID_MATCH_DEV_HI 0x0008 #define USB_DEVICE_ID_MATCH_DEV_CLASS 0x0010 #define USB_DEVICE_ID_MATCH_DEV_SUBCLASS 0x0020 #define USB_DEVICE_ID_MATCH_DEV_PROTOCOL 0x0040 #define USB_DEVICE_ID_MATCH_INT_CLASS 0x0080 #define USB_DEVICE_ID_MATCH_INT_SUBCLASS 0x0100 #define USB_DEVICE_ID_MATCH_INT_PROTOCOL 0x0200 /* s390 CCW devices */ struct ccw_device_id { uint16_t match_flags; /* which fields to match against */ uint16_t cu_type; /* control unit type */ uint16_t dev_type; /* device type */ uint8_t cu_model; /* control unit model */ uint8_t dev_model; /* device model */ kernel_ulong_t driver_info; }; #define CCW_DEVICE_ID_MATCH_CU_TYPE 0x01 #define CCW_DEVICE_ID_MATCH_CU_MODEL 0x02 #define CCW_DEVICE_ID_MATCH_DEVICE_TYPE 0x04 #define CCW_DEVICE_ID_MATCH_DEVICE_MODEL 0x08 #define PNP_ID_LEN 8 #define PNP_MAX_DEVICES 8 struct pnp_device_id { uint8_t id[PNP_ID_LEN]; kernel_ulong_t driver_data; }; struct pnp_card_device_id { uint8_t id[PNP_ID_LEN]; kernel_ulong_t driver_data; struct { uint8_t id[PNP_ID_LEN]; } devs[PNP_MAX_DEVICES]; }; #define SERIO_ANY 0xff struct serio_device_id { __u8 type; __u8 extra; __u8 id; __u8 proto; }; /* * Struct used for matching a device */ struct of_device_id { char name[32]; char type[32]; char compatible[128]; #ifdef __KERNEL__ void *data; #else kernel_ulong_t data; #endif }; /* VIO */ struct vio_device_id { char type[32]; char compat[32]; }; /* PCMCIA */ struct pcmcia_device_id { __u16 match_flags; __u16 manf_id; __u16 card_id; __u8 func_id; /* for real multi-function devices */ __u8 function; /* for pseudo multi-function devices */ __u8 device_no; __u32 prod_id_hash[4] __attribute__((aligned(sizeof(__u32)))); /* not matched against in kernelspace*/ #ifdef __KERNEL__ const char * prod_id[4]; #else kernel_ulong_t prod_id[4] __attribute__((aligned(sizeof(kernel_ulong_t)))); #endif /* not matched against */ kernel_ulong_t driver_info; #ifdef __KERNEL__ char * cisfile; #else kernel_ulong_t cisfile; #endif }; #define PCMCIA_DEV_ID_MATCH_MANF_ID 0x0001 #define PCMCIA_DEV_ID_MATCH_CARD_ID 0x0002 #define PCMCIA_DEV_ID_MATCH_FUNC_ID 0x0004 #define PCMCIA_DEV_ID_MATCH_FUNCTION 0x0008 #define PCMCIA_DEV_ID_MATCH_PROD_ID1 0x0010 #define PCMCIA_DEV_ID_MATCH_PROD_ID2 0x0020 #define PCMCIA_DEV_ID_MATCH_PROD_ID3 0x0040 #define PCMCIA_DEV_ID_MATCH_PROD_ID4 0x0080 #define PCMCIA_DEV_ID_MATCH_DEVICE_NO 0x0100 #define PCMCIA_DEV_ID_MATCH_FAKE_CIS 0x0200 #define PCMCIA_DEV_ID_MATCH_ANONYMOUS 0x0400 /* I2C */ struct i2c_device_id { __u16 id; }; #endif /* LINUX_MOD_DEVICETABLE_H */