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Printing Denso QR Bar Code in Software Figure 34-2: Loadable modules support

Figure 34-2: Loadable modules support
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Processor Type and Features The Processor Type and Features window enables you to set up support for your particular system (see Figure 34-3). Here, you select the type of processor your have (486, 586, 686, Pentium III, and so forth), as well as the amount of maximum memory your system supports (up to 64 gigs with 2.4 kernel).
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Figure 34-3: Processor Type and Features window
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General Setup The General Setup window enables you to select general features, such as networking, PCI BIOS support, and power management, as well as support for ELF and a.out binaries (see Figure 34-4).
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Figure 34-4: General Setup window
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Block Devices The Block Devices window lists entries that enable support for your IDE, floppy drive, and parallel port devicesRAD. Special features, such as RAM disk support and the loopback device for mounting CD-ROM image files, are also there. Multi-Device Support The Multi-Device Support window lists entries to enable the use of RAID devices. You can choose the level of RAID support you want. Networking Options The Networking Options window, shown in Figure 34-5, lists an extensive set of networking capabilities. The TCP/IP Networking entry must be set to enable any kind of Internet networking. Here, you can specify features that enable your system to operate as a gateway, firewall, or router. Network Aliasing enables support for IP aliases. Support also exists for other kinds of networks, including AppleTalk and IPX. AppleTalk must be enabled if you want to use NetaTalk to connect to a Macintosh system on your network.
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Figure 34-5: Networking Options window
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ATA/IDE/MFM/RLL Support In the ATA/IDE/MFM/RLL Support window, you can click on the IDE, ATA, and ATAPI Block Device button to open a window where you can select support for IDE ATA hard drives and ATAPI CD-ROMs. Included here are IDE chipsets such as HTP366 used for ATA66 drives. SCSI Support If you have any SCSI devices on your system, make sure the entries in the SCSI Support window are set to Yes. You enable support for SCSI disks, tape drives, and CD-ROMs here. The SCSI Low-Level Drivers window displays an extensive list of SCSI devices currently supported by Linux. Be sure the ones you have are selected. Network Device Support The Network Device Support window lists several general features for network device support. There are entries here for windows that list support for particular types of network devices, including Ethernet (10 or 100Mbit) devices, token ring devices, WAN interfaces, and AppleTalk devices. Many of these devices are created as modules you can load as needed. You can elect to rebuild your kernel with support for any of these devices built directly into the kernel. Figure 34-6 shows the Ethernet (10 or 100Mbit) window listing Ethernet devices. Notice they are built as separate modules.
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Figure 34-6: Ethernet (10 or 100Mbit) window
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Multimedia Devices Multimedia devices provide support for various multimedia cards as well as Video4Linux. File Systems The File Systems window, shown in Figure 34-7, lists the different types of file systems Linux can support. These include DOS, VFAT (Windows 95), and ISO9660 (CD-ROM) file systems. Network file systems such as NFS, SMB (Samba), NCP (NetWare), HFS (Macintosh), and NTFS are also listed. Note, the Linux file system type, ext2fs, must be included in the kernel, and is not compiled as a module.
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Figure 34-7: File Systems window
Character Devices The Character Devices window lists features for devices such as your keyboard, mouse, and serial ports. Support exists for both serial and bus mice. Sound The Sound window lists different sound cards supported by the kernel. Select the one on your system. You also must provide the IRQ, DMA, and Base I/0 your sound card uses. These are compiled as separate modules, some of which you could elect to include directly in the kernel if you want (see Figure 34-8).
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