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authorPhil Sutter <phil@nwl.cc>2021-02-25 08:10:55 (GMT)
committerWaldemar Brodkorb <wbx@openadk.org>2021-02-25 09:05:27 (GMT)
commit0820b94a8326b3e8cc75d0078f93c7626ccf8147 (patch)
tree761eaa5a8169bea62ee1ebd4a56e48ea17419edc /package
parent073833312927763a74e45a5f5228fbdb0c9288cf (diff)
package/busybox: Update stored config files
When updating busybox, these files must be updated - otherwise the config written to busybox source tree when building may be incomplete, causing the build to hang. Fixes: e4800c73e63e5 ("busybox: update to latest") Signed-off-by: Phil Sutter <phil@nwl.cc>
Diffstat (limited to 'package')
-rw-r--r--package/busybox/config/Config.in1067
-rw-r--r--package/busybox/config/archival/Config.in544
-rw-r--r--package/busybox/config/console-tools/Config.in212
-rw-r--r--package/busybox/config/coreutils/Config.in1208
-rw-r--r--package/busybox/config/debianutils/Config.in86
-rw-r--r--package/busybox/config/e2fsprogs/Config.in53
-rw-r--r--package/busybox/config/e2fsprogs/old_e2fsprogs/Config.in69
-rw-r--r--package/busybox/config/editors/Config.in253
-rw-r--r--package/busybox/config/findutils/Config.in152
-rw-r--r--package/busybox/config/init/Config.in215
-rw-r--r--package/busybox/config/libbb/Config.in421
-rw-r--r--package/busybox/config/loginutils/Config.in419
-rw-r--r--package/busybox/config/mailutils/Config.in56
-rw-r--r--package/busybox/config/miscutils/Config.in1147
-rw-r--r--package/busybox/config/modutils/Config.in298
-rw-r--r--package/busybox/config/networking/Config.in1364
-rw-r--r--package/busybox/config/networking/udhcp/Config.in251
-rw-r--r--package/busybox/config/printutils/Config.in22
-rw-r--r--package/busybox/config/procps/Config.in333
-rw-r--r--package/busybox/config/runit/Config.in123
-rw-r--r--package/busybox/config/selinux/Config.in103
-rw-r--r--package/busybox/config/shell/Config.in538
-rw-r--r--package/busybox/config/sysklogd/Config.in212
-rw-r--r--package/busybox/config/util-linux/Config.in1543
-rw-r--r--package/busybox/config/util-linux/volume_id/Config.in197
25 files changed, 5146 insertions, 5740 deletions
diff --git a/package/busybox/config/Config.in b/package/busybox/config/Config.in
index 69029ad..36b0475 100644
--- a/package/busybox/config/Config.in
+++ b/package/busybox/config/Config.in
@@ -1,34 +1,41 @@
#
# For a description of the syntax of this configuration file,
-# see scripts/kbuild/config-language.txt.
+# see docs/Kconfig-language.txt.
#
-# mainmenu "BusyBox Configuration"
+# mainmenu "Configuration"
config BUSYBOX_HAVE_DOT_CONFIG
bool
default y
-menu "Busybox Settings"
-
-menu "General Configuration"
+menu "Settings"
config BUSYBOX_DESKTOP
- bool "Enable options for full-blown desktop systems"
- default n
+ bool "Enable compatibility for full-blown desktop systems (8kb)"
+ default y
help
- Enable options and features which are not essential.
- Select this only if you plan to use busybox on full-blown
- desktop machine with common Linux distro, not on an embedded box.
+ Enable applet options and features which are not essential.
+ Many applet options have dedicated config options to (de)select them
+ under that applet; this options enables those options which have no
+ individual config item for them.
+
+ Select this if you plan to use busybox on full-blown desktop machine
+ with common Linux distro, which needs higher level of command-line
+ compatibility.
+
+ If you are preparing your build to be used on an embedded box
+ where you have tighter control over the entire set of userspace
+ tools, you can unselect this option for smaller code size.
config BUSYBOX_EXTRA_COMPAT
bool "Provide compatible behavior for rare corner cases (bigger code)"
default n
help
- This option makes grep, sed etc handle rare corner cases
- (embedded NUL bytes and such). This makes code bigger and uses
- some GNU extensions in libc. You probably only need this option
- if you plan to run busybox on desktop.
+ This option makes grep, sed etc handle rare corner cases
+ (embedded NUL bytes and such). This makes code bigger and uses
+ some GNU extensions in libc. You probably only need this option
+ if you plan to run busybox on desktop.
config BUSYBOX_FEDORA_COMPAT
bool "Building for Fedora distribution"
@@ -45,476 +52,302 @@ config BUSYBOX_FEDORA_COMPAT
config BUSYBOX_INCLUDE_SUSv2
bool "Enable obsolete features removed before SUSv3"
- default n
- help
- This option will enable backwards compatibility with SuSv2,
- specifically, old-style numeric options ('command -1 <file>')
- will be supported in head, tail, and fold. (Note: should
- affect renice too.)
-
-config BUSYBOX_USE_PORTABLE_CODE
- bool "Avoid using GCC-specific code constructs"
- default n
- help
- Use this option if you are trying to compile busybox with
- compiler other than gcc.
- If you do use gcc, this option may needlessly increase code size.
-
-config BUSYBOX_STACK_OPTIMIZATION_386
- bool "Use -mpreferred-stack-boundary=2 on i386 arch"
- default n
- help
- This option makes for smaller code, but some libc versions
- do not work with it (they use SSE instructions without
- ensuring stack alignment).
-
-config BUSYBOX_INSTALL_NO_USR
- bool "Don't use /usr"
- default n
- help
- Disable use of /usr. busybox --install and "make install"
- will install applets only to /bin and /sbin,
- never to /usr/bin or /usr/sbin.
-
-config BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
- bool "Enable Linux-specific applets and features"
default y
help
- For the most part, busybox requires only POSIX compatibility
- from the target system, but some applets and features use
- Linux-specific interfaces.
-
- Answering 'N' here will disable such applets and hide the
- corresponding configuration options.
+ This option will enable backwards compatibility with SuSv2,
+ specifically, old-style numeric options ('command -1 <file>')
+ will be supported in head, tail, and fold. (Note: should
+ affect renice too.)
-choice
- prompt "Buffer allocation policy"
- default FEATURE_BUFFERS_USE_MALLOC
+config BUSYBOX_LONG_OPTS
+ bool "Support --long-options"
+ default y
help
- There are 3 ways BusyBox can handle buffer allocations:
- - Use malloc. This costs code size for the call to xmalloc.
- - Put them on stack. For some very small machines with limited stack
- space, this can be deadly. For most folks, this works just fine.
- - Put them in BSS. This works beautifully for computers with a real
- MMU (and OS support), but wastes runtime RAM for uCLinux. This
- behavior was the only one available for BusyBox versions 0.48 and
- earlier.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_BUFFERS_USE_MALLOC
- bool "Allocate with Malloc"
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_BUFFERS_GO_ON_STACK
- bool "Allocate on the Stack"
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_BUFFERS_GO_IN_BSS
- bool "Allocate in the .bss section"
-
-endchoice
+ Enable this if you want busybox applets to use the gnu --long-option
+ style, in addition to single character -a -b -c style options.
config BUSYBOX_SHOW_USAGE
bool "Show applet usage messages"
default y
help
- Enabling this option, BusyBox applets will show terse help messages
- when invoked with wrong arguments.
- If you do not want to show any (helpful) usage message when
- issuing wrong command syntax, you can say 'N' here,
- saving approximately 7k.
+ Enabling this option, applets will show terse help messages
+ when invoked with wrong arguments.
+ If you do not want to show any (helpful) usage message when
+ issuing wrong command syntax, you can say 'N' here,
+ saving approximately 7k.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VERBOSE_USAGE
bool "Show verbose applet usage messages"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_SHOW_USAGE
help
- All BusyBox applets will show verbose help messages when
- busybox is invoked with --help. This will add a lot of text to the
- busybox binary. In the default configuration, this will add about
- 13k, but it can add much more depending on your configuration.
+ All applets will show verbose help messages when invoked with --help.
+ This will add a lot of text to the binary.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_COMPRESS_USAGE
bool "Store applet usage messages in compressed form"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_SHOW_USAGE
help
- Store usage messages in .bz compressed form, uncompress them
- on-the-fly when <applet> --help is called.
-
- If you have a really tiny busybox with few applets enabled (and
- bunzip2 isn't one of them), the overhead of the decompressor might
- be noticeable. Also, if you run executables directly from ROM
- and have very little memory, this might not be a win. Otherwise,
- you probably want this.
-
-config BUSYBOX_BUSYBOX
- bool "Include busybox applet"
- default y
- help
- The busybox applet provides general help regarding busybox and
- allows the included applets to be listed. It's also required
- if applet links are to be installed at runtime.
-
- If you can live without these features disabling this will save
- some space.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SHOW_SCRIPT
- bool "Support --show SCRIPT"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_BUSYBOX
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_INSTALLER
- bool "Support --install [-s] to install applet links at runtime"
- default n
- help
- Enable 'busybox --install [-s]' support. This will allow you to use
- busybox at runtime to create hard links or symlinks for all the
- applets that are compiled into busybox.
+ Store usage messages in .bz2 compressed form, uncompress them
+ on-the-fly when "APPLET --help" is run.
-config BUSYBOX_LOCALE_SUPPORT
- bool "Enable locale support (system needs locale for this to work)"
- default n
- help
- Enable this if your system has locale support and you would like
- busybox to support locale settings.
+ If you have a really tiny busybox with few applets enabled (and
+ bunzip2 isn't one of them), the overhead of the decompressor might
+ be noticeable. Also, if you run executables directly from ROM
+ and have very little memory, this might not be a win. Otherwise,
+ you probably want this.
-config BUSYBOX_UNICODE_SUPPORT
- bool "Support Unicode"
+config BUSYBOX_LFS
+ bool "Support files > 2 GB"
default y
help
- This makes various applets aware that one byte is not
- one character on screen.
-
- Busybox aims to eventually work correctly with Unicode displays.
- Any older encodings are not guaranteed to work.
- Probably by the time when busybox will be fully Unicode-clean,
- other encodings will be mainly of historic interest.
-
-config BUSYBOX_UNICODE_USING_LOCALE
- bool "Use libc routines for Unicode (else uses internal ones)"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_UNICODE_SUPPORT && BUSYBOX_LOCALE_SUPPORT
- help
- With this option on, Unicode support is implemented using libc
- routines. Otherwise, internal implementation is used.
- Internal implementation is smaller.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_CHECK_UNICODE_IN_ENV
- bool "Check $LANG environment variable"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_UNICODE_SUPPORT && !BUSYBOX_UNICODE_USING_LOCALE
- help
- With this option on, Unicode support is activated
- only if LANG variable has the value of the form "xxxx.utf8"
-
- Otherwise, Unicode support will be always enabled and active.
-
-config BUSYBOX_SUBST_WCHAR
- int "Character code to substitute unprintable characters with"
- depends on BUSYBOX_UNICODE_SUPPORT
- default 63
- help
- Typical values are 63 for '?' (works with any output device),
- 30 for ASCII substitute control code,
- 65533 (0xfffd) for Unicode replacement character.
-
-config BUSYBOX_LAST_SUPPORTED_WCHAR
- int "Range of supported Unicode characters"
- depends on BUSYBOX_UNICODE_SUPPORT
- default 767
- help
- Any character with Unicode value bigger than this is assumed
- to be non-printable on output device. Many applets replace
- such chars with substitution character.
-
- The idea is that many valid printable Unicode chars are
- nevertheless are not displayed correctly. Think about
- combining charachers, double-wide hieroglyphs, obscure
- characters in dozens of ancient scripts...
- Many terminals, terminal emulators, xterms etc will fail
- to handle them correctly. Choose the smallest value
- which suits your needs.
-
- Typical values are:
- 126 - ASCII only
- 767 (0x2ff) - there are no combining chars in [0..767] range
- (the range includes Latin 1, Latin Ext. A and B),
- code is ~700 bytes smaller for this case.
- 4351 (0x10ff) - there are no double-wide chars in [0..4351] range,
- code is ~300 bytes smaller for this case.
- 12799 (0x31ff) - nearly all non-ideographic characters are
- available in [0..12799] range, including
- East Asian scripts like katakana, hiragana, hangul,
- bopomofo...
- 0 - off, any valid printable Unicode character will be printed.
-
-config BUSYBOX_UNICODE_COMBINING_WCHARS
- bool "Allow zero-width Unicode characters on output"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_UNICODE_SUPPORT
- help
- With this option off, any Unicode char with width of 0
- is substituted on output.
-
-config BUSYBOX_UNICODE_WIDE_WCHARS
- bool "Allow wide Unicode characters on output"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_UNICODE_SUPPORT
- help
- With this option off, any Unicode char with width > 1
- is substituted on output.
-
-config BUSYBOX_UNICODE_BIDI_SUPPORT
- bool "Bidirectional character-aware line input"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_UNICODE_SUPPORT && !BUSYBOX_UNICODE_USING_LOCALE
- help
- With this option on, right-to-left Unicode characters
- are treated differently on input (e.g. cursor movement).
-
-config BUSYBOX_UNICODE_NEUTRAL_TABLE
- bool "In bidi input, support non-ASCII neutral chars too"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_UNICODE_BIDI_SUPPORT
- help
- In most cases it's enough to treat only ASCII non-letters
- (i.e. punctuation, numbers and space) as characters
- with neutral directionality.
- With this option on, more extensive (and bigger) table
- of neutral chars will be used.
-
-config BUSYBOX_UNICODE_PRESERVE_BROKEN
- bool "Make it possible to enter sequences of chars which are not Unicode"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_UNICODE_SUPPORT
- help
- With this option on, on line-editing input (such as used by shells)
- invalid UTF-8 bytes are not substituted with the selected
- substitution character.
- For example, this means that entering 'l', 's', ' ', 0xff, [Enter]
- at shell prompt will list file named 0xff (single char name
- with char value 255), not file named '?'.
+ If you need to work with large files, enable this option.
+ This will have no effect if your kernel or your C
+ library lacks large file support for large files. Some of the
+ programs that can benefit from large file support include dd, gzip,
+ cp, mount, tar.
config BUSYBOX_PAM
- bool "Support for PAM (Pluggable Authentication Modules)"
+ bool "Support PAM (Pluggable Authentication Modules)"
default n
help
- Use PAM in some busybox applets (currently login and httpd) instead
- of direct access to password database.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_USE_SENDFILE
- bool "Use sendfile system call"
- default y
- select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
- help
- When enabled, busybox will use the kernel sendfile() function
- instead of read/write loops to copy data between file descriptors
- (for example, cp command does this a lot).
- If sendfile() doesn't work, copying code falls back to read/write
- loop. sendfile() was originally implemented for faster I/O
- from files to sockets, but since Linux 2.6.33 it was extended
- to work for many more file types.
-
-config BUSYBOX_LONG_OPTS
- bool "Support for --long-options"
- default y
- help
- Enable this if you want busybox applets to use the gnu --long-option
- style, in addition to single character -a -b -c style options.
+ Use PAM in some applets (currently login and httpd) instead
+ of direct access to password database.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_DEVPTS
bool "Use the devpts filesystem for Unix98 PTYs"
default y
help
- Enable if you want BusyBox to use Unix98 PTY support. If enabled,
- busybox will use /dev/ptmx for the master side of the pseudoterminal
- and /dev/pts/<number> for the slave side. Otherwise, BSD style
- /dev/ttyp<number> will be used. To use this option, you should have
- devpts mounted.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_CLEAN_UP
- bool "Clean up all memory before exiting (usually not needed)"
- default n
- help
- As a size optimization, busybox normally exits without explicitly
- freeing dynamically allocated memory or closing files. This saves
- space since the OS will clean up for us, but it can confuse debuggers
- like valgrind, which report tons of memory and resource leaks.
-
- Don't enable this unless you have a really good reason to clean
- things up manually.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SYSLOG_INFO
- bool "Support LOG_INFO level syslog messages"
- default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SYSLOG
- help
- Applets which send their output to syslog use either LOG_INFO or
- LOG_ERR log levels, but by disabling this option all messages will
- be logged at the LOG_ERR level, saving just under 200 bytes.
+ Enable if you want to use Unix98 PTY support. If enabled,
+ busybox will use /dev/ptmx for the master side of the pseudoterminal
+ and /dev/pts/<number> for the slave side. Otherwise, BSD style
+ /dev/ttyp<number> will be used. To use this option, you should have
+ devpts mounted.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_UTMP
bool "Support utmp file"
- default n
+ default y
help
- The file /var/run/utmp is used to track who is currently logged in.
- With this option on, certain applets (getty, login, telnetd etc)
- will create and delete entries there.
- "who" applet requires this option.
+ The file /var/run/utmp is used to track who is currently logged in.
+ With this option on, certain applets (getty, login, telnetd etc)
+ will create and delete entries there.
+ "who" applet requires this option.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_WTMP
bool "Support wtmp file"
- default n
+ default y
depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_UTMP
help
- The file /var/run/wtmp is used to track when users have logged into
- and logged out of the system.
- With this option on, certain applets (getty, login, telnetd etc)
- will append new entries there.
- "last" applet requires this option.
+ The file /var/run/wtmp is used to track when users have logged into
+ and logged out of the system.
+ With this option on, certain applets (getty, login, telnetd etc)
+ will append new entries there.
+ "last" applet requires this option.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_PIDFILE
bool "Support writing pidfiles"
default y
help
- This option makes some applets (e.g. crond, syslogd, inetd) write
- a pidfile in /var/run. Some applications rely on them.
+ This option makes some applets (e.g. crond, syslogd, inetd) write
+ a pidfile at the configured BUSYBOX_PID_FILE_PATH. It has no effect
+ on applets which require pidfiles to run.
config BUSYBOX_PID_FILE_PATH
- string "Path to directory for pidfile"
- default "/var/run"
- depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_PIDFILE
- help
- This is the default path where pidfiles are created. Applets which
- allow you to set the pidfile path on the command line will override
- this value. The option has no effect on applets that require you to
- specify a pidfile path.
+ string "Directory for pidfiles"
+ default "/var/run"
+ depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_PIDFILE || BUSYBOX_FEATURE_CROND_SPECIAL_TIMES
+ help
+ This is the default path where pidfiles are created. Applets which
+ allow you to set the pidfile path on the command line will override
+ this value. The option has no effect on applets that require you to
+ specify a pidfile path. When crond has the 'Support special times'
+ option enabled, the 'crond.reboot' file is also stored here.
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SUID
- bool "Support for SUID/SGID handling"
+config BUSYBOX_BUSYBOX
+ bool "Include busybox applet"
default y
help
- With this option you can install the busybox binary belonging
- to root with the suid bit set, enabling some applets to perform
- root-level operations even when run by ordinary users
- (for example, mounting of user mounts in fstab needs this).
-
- Busybox will automatically drop priviledges for applets
- that don't need root access.
+ The busybox applet provides general help message and allows
+ the included applets to be listed. It also provides
+ optional --install command to create applet links. If you unselect
+ this option, running busybox without any arguments will give
+ just a cryptic error message:
- If you are really paranoid and don't want to do this, build two
- busybox binaries with different applets in them (and the appropriate
- symlinks pointing to each binary), and only set the suid bit on the
- one that needs it.
+ $ busybox
+ busybox: applet not found
- The applets which require root rights (need suid bit or
- to be run by root) and will refuse to execute otherwise:
- crontab, login, passwd, su, vlock, wall.
+ Running "busybox APPLET [ARGS...]" will still work, of course.
- The applets which will use root rights if they have them
- (via suid bit, or because run by root), but would try to work
- without root right nevertheless:
- findfs, ping[6], traceroute[6], mount.
-
- Note that if you DONT select this option, but DO make busybox
- suid root, ALL applets will run under root, which is a huge
- security hole (think "cp /some/file /etc/passwd").
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SHOW_SCRIPT
+ bool "Support --show SCRIPT"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_BUSYBOX
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SUID_CONFIG
- bool "Runtime SUID/SGID configuration via /etc/busybox.conf"
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_INSTALLER
+ bool "Support --install [-s] to install applet links at runtime"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SUID
+ depends on BUSYBOX_BUSYBOX
help
- Allow the SUID / SGID state of an applet to be determined at runtime
- by checking /etc/busybox.conf. (This is sort of a poor man's sudo.)
- The format of this file is as follows:
+ Enable 'busybox --install [-s]' support. This will allow you to use
+ busybox at runtime to create hard links or symlinks for all the
+ applets that are compiled into busybox.
- APPLET = [Ssx-][Ssx-][x-] [USER.GROUP]
+config BUSYBOX_INSTALL_NO_USR
+ bool "Don't use /usr"
+ default n
+ help
+ Disable use of /usr. "busybox --install" and "make install"
+ will install applets only to /bin and /sbin,
+ never to /usr/bin or /usr/sbin.
- s: USER or GROUP is allowed to execute APPLET.
- APPLET will run under USER or GROUP
- (reagardless of who's running it).
- S: USER or GROUP is NOT allowed to execute APPLET.
- APPLET will run under USER or GROUP.
- This option is not very sensical.
- x: USER/GROUP/others are allowed to execute APPLET.
- No UID/GID change will be done when it is run.
- -: USER/GROUP/others are not allowed to execute APPLET.
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SUID
+ bool "Drop SUID state for most applets"
+ default y
+ help
+ With this option you can install the busybox binary belonging
+ to root with the suid bit set, enabling some applets to perform
+ root-level operations even when run by ordinary users
+ (for example, mounting of user mounts in fstab needs this).
- An example might help:
+ With this option enabled, busybox drops privileges for applets
+ that don't need root access, before entering their main() function.
- [SUID]
- su = ssx root.0 # applet su can be run by anyone and runs with
- # euid=0/egid=0
- su = ssx # exactly the same
+ If you are really paranoid and don't want even initial busybox code
+ to run under root for every applet, build two busybox binaries with
+ different applets in them (and the appropriate symlinks pointing
+ to each binary), and only set the suid bit on the one that needs it.
- mount = sx- root.disk # applet mount can be run by root and members
- # of group disk (but not anyone else)
- # and runs with euid=0 (egid is not changed)
+ Some applets which require root rights (need suid bit on the binary
+ or to be run by root) and will refuse to execute otherwise:
+ crontab, login, passwd, su, vlock, wall.
- cp = --- # disable applet cp for everyone
+ The applets which will use root rights if they have them
+ (via suid bit, or because run by root), but would try to work
+ without root right nevertheless:
+ findfs, ping[6], traceroute[6], mount.
- The file has to be owned by user root, group root and has to be
- writeable only by root:
- (chown 0.0 /etc/busybox.conf; chmod 600 /etc/busybox.conf)
- The busybox executable has to be owned by user root, group
- root and has to be setuid root for this to work:
- (chown 0.0 /bin/busybox; chmod 4755 /bin/busybox)
+ Note that if you DO NOT select this option, but DO make busybox
+ suid root, ALL applets will run under root, which is a huge
+ security hole (think "cp /some/file /etc/passwd").
- Robert 'sandman' Griebl has more information here:
- <url: http://www.softforge.de/bb/suid.html >.
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SUID_CONFIG
+ bool "Enable SUID configuration via /etc/busybox.conf"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SUID
+ help
+ Allow the SUID/SGID state of an applet to be determined at runtime
+ by checking /etc/busybox.conf. (This is sort of a poor man's sudo.)
+ The format of this file is as follows:
+
+ APPLET = [Ssx-][Ssx-][x-] [USER.GROUP]
+
+ s: USER or GROUP is allowed to execute APPLET.
+ APPLET will run under USER or GROUP
+ (regardless of who's running it).
+ S: USER or GROUP is NOT allowed to execute APPLET.
+ APPLET will run under USER or GROUP.
+ This option is not very sensical.
+ x: USER/GROUP/others are allowed to execute APPLET.
+ No UID/GID change will be done when it is run.
+ -: USER/GROUP/others are not allowed to execute APPLET.
+
+ An example might help:
+
+ |[SUID]
+ |su = ssx root.0 # applet su can be run by anyone and runs with
+ | # euid=0,egid=0
+ |su = ssx # exactly the same
+ |
+ |mount = sx- root.disk # applet mount can be run by root and members
+ | # of group disk (but not anyone else)
+ | # and runs with euid=0 (egid is not changed)
+ |
+ |cp = --- # disable applet cp for everyone
+
+ The file has to be owned by user root, group root and has to be
+ writeable only by root:
+ (chown 0.0 /etc/busybox.conf; chmod 600 /etc/busybox.conf)
+ The busybox executable has to be owned by user root, group
+ root and has to be setuid root for this to work:
+ (chown 0.0 /bin/busybox; chmod 4755 /bin/busybox)
+
+ Robert 'sandman' Griebl has more information here:
+ <url: http://www.softforge.de/bb/suid.html >.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SUID_CONFIG_QUIET
bool "Suppress warning message if /etc/busybox.conf is not readable"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SUID_CONFIG
help
- /etc/busybox.conf should be readable by the user needing the SUID,
- check this option to avoid users to be notified about missing
- permissions.
+ /etc/busybox.conf should be readable by the user needing the SUID,
+ check this option to avoid users to be notified about missing
+ permissions.
+
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_PREFER_APPLETS
+ bool "exec prefers applets"
+ default n
+ help
+ This is an experimental option which directs applets about to
+ call 'exec' to try and find an applicable busybox applet before
+ searching the PATH. This is typically done by exec'ing
+ /proc/self/exe.
+
+ This may affect shell, find -exec, xargs and similar applets.
+ They will use applets even if /bin/APPLET -> busybox link
+ is missing (or is not a link to busybox). However, this causes
+ problems in chroot jails without mounted /proc and with ps/top
+ (command name can be shown as 'exe' for applets started this way).
+
+config BUSYBOX_BUSYBOX_EXEC_PATH
+ string "Path to busybox executable"
+ default "/proc/self/exe"
+ help
+ When applets need to run other applets, busybox
+ sometimes needs to exec() itself. When the /proc filesystem is
+ mounted, /proc/self/exe always points to the currently running
+ executable. If you haven't got /proc, set this to wherever you
+ want to run busybox from.
config BUSYBOX_SELINUX
bool "Support NSA Security Enhanced Linux"
default n
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- Enable support for SELinux in applets ls, ps, and id. Also provide
- the option of compiling in SELinux applets.
+ Enable support for SELinux in applets ls, ps, and id. Also provide
+ the option of compiling in SELinux applets.
+
+ If you do not have a complete SELinux userland installed, this stuff
+ will not compile. Specifially, libselinux 1.28 or better is
+ directly required by busybox. If the installation is located in a
+ non-standard directory, provide it by invoking make as follows:
- If you do not have a complete SELinux userland installed, this stuff
- will not compile. Go visit
- http://www.nsa.gov/selinux/index.html
- to download the necessary stuff to allow busybox to compile with
- this option enabled. Specifially, libselinux 1.28 or better is
- directly required by busybox. If the installation is located in a
- non-standard directory, provide it by invoking make as follows:
CFLAGS=-I<libselinux-include-path> \
LDFLAGS=-L<libselinux-lib-path> \
make
- Most people will leave this set to 'N'.
+ Most people will leave this set to 'N'.
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_PREFER_APPLETS
- bool "exec prefers applets"
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_CLEAN_UP
+ bool "Clean up all memory before exiting (usually not needed)"
default n
help
- This is an experimental option which directs applets about to
- call 'exec' to try and find an applicable busybox applet before
- searching the PATH. This is typically done by exec'ing
- /proc/self/exe.
- This may affect shell, find -exec, xargs and similar applets.
- They will use applets even if /bin/<applet> -> busybox link
- is missing (or is not a link to busybox). However, this causes
- problems in chroot jails without mounted /proc and with ps/top
- (command name can be shown as 'exe' for applets started this way).
+ As a size optimization, busybox normally exits without explicitly
+ freeing dynamically allocated memory or closing files. This saves
+ space since the OS will clean up for us, but it can confuse debuggers
+ like valgrind, which report tons of memory and resource leaks.
-config BUSYBOX_BUSYBOX_EXEC_PATH
- string "Path to BusyBox executable"
- default "/proc/self/exe"
+ Don't enable this unless you have a really good reason to clean
+ things up manually.
+
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SYSLOG_INFO
+ bool "Support LOG_INFO level syslog messages"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SYSLOG
help
- When Busybox applets need to run other busybox applets, BusyBox
- sometimes needs to exec() itself. When the /proc filesystem is
- mounted, /proc/self/exe always points to the currently running
- executable. If you haven't got /proc, set this to wherever you
- want to run BusyBox from.
+ Applets which send their output to syslog use either LOG_INFO or
+ LOG_ERR log levels, but by disabling this option all messages will
+ be logged at the LOG_ERR level, saving just under 200 bytes.
# These are auto-selected by other options
@@ -522,57 +355,53 @@ config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SYSLOG
bool #No description makes it a hidden option
default n
#help
- # This option is auto-selected when you select any applet which may
- # send its output to syslog. You do not need to select it manually.
+ #This option is auto-selected when you select any applet which may
+ #send its output to syslog. You do not need to select it manually.
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_HAVE_RPC
+config BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
bool #No description makes it a hidden option
default n
#help
- # This is automatically selected if any of enabled applets need it.
- # You do not need to select it manually.
+ #For the most part, busybox requires only POSIX compatibility
+ #from the target system, but some applets and features use
+ #Linux-specific interfaces.
+ #
+ #This is automatically selected if any applet or feature requires
+ #Linux-specific interfaces. You do not need to select it manually.
-endmenu
-
-menu 'Build Options'
+comment 'Build Options'
config BUSYBOX_STATIC
- bool "Build BusyBox as a static binary (no shared libs)"
- default y if ADK_STATIC
+ bool "Build static binary (no shared libs)"
default n
help
- If you want to build a static BusyBox binary, which does not
- use or require any shared libraries, then enable this option.
- This can cause BusyBox to be considerably larger, so you should
- leave this option false unless you have a good reason (i.e.
- your target platform does not support shared libraries, or
- you are building an initrd which doesn't need anything but
- BusyBox, etc).
-
- Most people will leave this set to 'N'.
+ If you want to build a static binary, which does not use
+ or require any shared libraries, enable this option.
+ Static binaries are larger, but do not require functioning
+ dynamic libraries to be present, which is important if used
+ as a system rescue tool.
config BUSYBOX_PIE
- bool "Build BusyBox as a position independent executable"
+ bool "Build position independent executable"
default n
depends on !BUSYBOX_STATIC
help
- Hardened code option. PIE binaries are loaded at a different
- address at each invocation. This has some overhead,
- particularly on x86-32 which is short on registers.
+ Hardened code option. PIE binaries are loaded at a different
+ address at each invocation. This has some overhead,
+ particularly on x86-32 which is short on registers.
- Most people will leave this set to 'N'.
+ Most people will leave this set to 'N'.
config BUSYBOX_NOMMU
bool "Force NOMMU build"
- default n if ADK_TARGET_WITH_MMU
- default y
+ default n
help
- Busybox tries to detect whether architecture it is being
- built against supports MMU or not. If this detection fails,
- or if you want to build NOMMU version of busybox for testing,
- you may force NOMMU build here.
+ Busybox tries to detect whether architecture it is being
+ built against supports MMU or not. If this detection fails,
+ or if you want to build NOMMU version of busybox for testing,
+ you may force NOMMU build here.
- Most people will leave this set to 'N'.
+ Most people will leave this set to 'N'.
# PIE can be made to work with BUILD_LIBBUSYBOX, but currently
# build system does not support that
@@ -581,187 +410,257 @@ config BUSYBOX_BUILD_LIBBUSYBOX
default n
depends on !BUSYBOX_FEATURE_PREFER_APPLETS && !BUSYBOX_PIE && !BUSYBOX_STATIC
help
- Build a shared library libbusybox.so.N.N.N which contains all
- busybox code.
+ Build a shared library libbusybox.so.N.N.N which contains all
+ busybox code.
- This feature allows every applet to be built as a tiny
- separate executable. Enabling it for "one big busybox binary"
- approach serves no purpose and increases code size.
- You should almost certainly say "no" to this.
+ This feature allows every applet to be built as a really tiny
+ separate executable linked against the library:
+ |$ size 0_lib/l*
+ | text data bss dec hex filename
+ | 939 212 28 1179 49b 0_lib/last
+ | 939 212 28 1179 49b 0_lib/less
+ | 919138 8328 1556 929022 e2cfe 0_lib/libbusybox.so.1.N.M
-### config FEATURE_FULL_LIBBUSYBOX
-### bool "Feature-complete libbusybox"
-### default n if !FEATURE_SHARED_BUSYBOX
-### depends on BUSYBOX_BUILD_LIBBUSYBOX
-### help
-### Build a libbusybox with the complete feature-set, disregarding
-### the actually selected config.
-###
-### Normally, libbusybox will only contain the features which are
-### used by busybox itself. If you plan to write a separate
-### standalone application which uses libbusybox say 'Y'.
-###
-### Note: libbusybox is GPL, not LGPL, and exports no stable API that
-### might act as a copyright barrier. We can and will modify the
-### exported function set between releases (even minor version number
-### changes), and happily break out-of-tree features.
-###
-### Say 'N' if in doubt.
+ This is useful on NOMMU systems which are not capable
+ of sharing executables, but are capable of sharing code
+ in dynamic libraries.
+
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_LIBBUSYBOX_STATIC
+ bool "Pull in all external references into libbusybox"
+ default n
+ depends on BUSYBOX_BUILD_LIBBUSYBOX
+ help
+ Make libbusybox library independent, not using or requiring
+ any other shared libraries.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_INDIVIDUAL
bool "Produce a binary for each applet, linked against libbusybox"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_BUILD_LIBBUSYBOX
help
- If your CPU architecture doesn't allow for sharing text/rodata
- sections of running binaries, but allows for runtime dynamic
- libraries, this option will allow you to reduce memory footprint
- when you have many different applets running at once.
+ If your CPU architecture doesn't allow for sharing text/rodata
+ sections of running binaries, but allows for runtime dynamic
+ libraries, this option will allow you to reduce memory footprint
+ when you have many different applets running at once.
- If your CPU architecture allows for sharing text/rodata,
- having single binary is more optimal.
+ If your CPU architecture allows for sharing text/rodata,
+ having single binary is more optimal.
- Each applet will be a tiny program, dynamically linked
- against libbusybox.so.N.N.N.
+ Each applet will be a tiny program, dynamically linked
+ against libbusybox.so.N.N.N.
- You need to have a working dynamic linker.
+ You need to have a working dynamic linker.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SHARED_BUSYBOX
bool "Produce additional busybox binary linked against libbusybox"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_BUILD_LIBBUSYBOX
help
- Build busybox, dynamically linked against libbusybox.so.N.N.N.
+ Build busybox, dynamically linked against libbusybox.so.N.N.N.
- You need to have a working dynamic linker.
+ You need to have a working dynamic linker.
### config BUILD_AT_ONCE
### bool "Compile all sources at once"
### default n
### help
-### Normally each source-file is compiled with one invocation of
-### the compiler.
-### If you set this option, all sources are compiled at once.
-### This gives the compiler more opportunities to optimize which can
-### result in smaller and/or faster binaries.
+### Normally each source-file is compiled with one invocation of
+### the compiler.
+### If you set this option, all sources are compiled at once.
+### This gives the compiler more opportunities to optimize which can
+### result in smaller and/or faster binaries.
###
-### Setting this option will consume alot of memory, e.g. if you
-### enable all applets with all features, gcc uses more than 300MB
-### RAM during compilation of busybox.
+### Setting this option will consume alot of memory, e.g. if you
+### enable all applets with all features, gcc uses more than 300MB
+### RAM during compilation of busybox.
###
-### This option is most likely only beneficial for newer compilers
-### such as gcc-4.1 and above.
+### This option is most likely only beneficial for newer compilers
+### such as gcc-4.1 and above.
###
-### Say 'N' unless you know what you are doing.
-
-config BUSYBOX_LFS
- bool "Build with Large File Support (for accessing files > 2 GB)"
- default y
- help
- If you want to build BusyBox with large file support, then enable
- this option. This will have no effect if your kernel or your C
- library lacks large file support for large files. Some of the
- programs that can benefit from large file support include dd, gzip,
- cp, mount, tar, and many others. If you want to access files larger
- than 2 Gigabytes, enable this option. Otherwise, leave it set to 'N'.
+### Say 'N' unless you know what you are doing.
config BUSYBOX_CROSS_COMPILER_PREFIX
- string "Cross Compiler prefix"
+ string "Cross compiler prefix"
default ""
help
- If you want to build BusyBox with a cross compiler, then you
- will need to set this to the cross-compiler prefix, for example,
- "i386-uclibc-".
+ If you want to build busybox with a cross compiler, then you
+ will need to set this to the cross-compiler prefix, for example,
+ "i386-uclibc-".
- Note that CROSS_COMPILE environment variable or
- "make CROSS_COMPILE=xxx ..." will override this selection.
+ Note that CROSS_COMPILE environment variable or
+ "make CROSS_COMPILE=xxx ..." will override this selection.
- Native builds leave this empty.
+ Native builds leave this empty.
config BUSYBOX_SYSROOT
string "Path to sysroot"
default ""
help
- If you want to build BusyBox with a cross compiler, then you
- might also need to specify where /usr/include and /usr/lib
- will be found.
+ If you want to build busybox with a cross compiler, then you
+ might also need to specify where /usr/include and /usr/lib
+ will be found.
- For example, BusyBox can be built against an installed
- Android NDK, platform version 9, for ARM ABI with
+ For example, busybox can be built against an installed
+ Android NDK, platform version 9, for ARM ABI with
- CONFIG_SYSROOT=/opt/android-ndk/platforms/android-9/arch-arm
+ CONFIG_SYSROOT=/opt/android-ndk/platforms/android-9/arch-arm
- Native builds leave this empty.
+ Native builds leave this empty.
config BUSYBOX_EXTRA_CFLAGS
string "Additional CFLAGS"
default ""
help
- Additional CFLAGS to pass to the compiler verbatim.
+ Additional CFLAGS to pass to the compiler verbatim.
config BUSYBOX_EXTRA_LDFLAGS
string "Additional LDFLAGS"
default ""
help
- Additional LDFLAGS to pass to the linker verbatim.
+ Additional LDFLAGS to pass to the linker verbatim.
config BUSYBOX_EXTRA_LDLIBS
string "Additional LDLIBS"
default ""
help
- Additional LDLIBS to pass to the linker with -l.
+ Additional LDLIBS to pass to the linker with -l.
-endmenu
+config BUSYBOX_USE_PORTABLE_CODE
+ bool "Avoid using GCC-specific code constructs"
+ default n
+ help
+ Use this option if you are trying to compile busybox with
+ compiler other than gcc.
+ If you do use gcc, this option may needlessly increase code size.
+
+config BUSYBOX_STACK_OPTIMIZATION_386
+ bool "Use -mpreferred-stack-boundary=2 on i386 arch"
+ default y
+ help
+ This option makes for smaller code, but some libc versions
+ do not work with it (they use SSE instructions without
+ ensuring stack alignment).
+
+comment 'Installation Options ("make install" behavior)'
+
+choice
+ prompt "What kind of applet links to install"
+ default BUSYBOX_INSTALL_APPLET_SYMLINKS
+ help
+ Choose what kind of links to applets are created by "make install".
+
+config BUSYBOX_INSTALL_APPLET_SYMLINKS
+ bool "as soft-links"
+ help
+ Install applets as soft-links to the busybox binary. This needs some
+ free inodes on the filesystem, but might help with filesystem
+ generators that can't cope with hard-links.
+
+config BUSYBOX_INSTALL_APPLET_HARDLINKS
+ bool "as hard-links"
+ help
+ Install applets as hard-links to the busybox binary. This might
+ count on a filesystem with few inodes.
+
+config BUSYBOX_INSTALL_APPLET_SCRIPT_WRAPPERS
+ bool "as script wrappers"
+ help
+ Install applets as script wrappers that call the busybox binary.
+
+config BUSYBOX_INSTALL_APPLET_DONT
+ bool "not installed"
+ help
+ Do not install applet links. Useful when you plan to use
+ busybox --install for installing links, or plan to use
+ a standalone shell and thus don't need applet links.
+
+endchoice
+
+choice
+ prompt "/bin/sh applet link"
+ default BUSYBOX_INSTALL_SH_APPLET_SYMLINK
+ depends on BUSYBOX_INSTALL_APPLET_SCRIPT_WRAPPERS
+ help
+ Choose how you install /bin/sh applet link.
+
+config BUSYBOX_INSTALL_SH_APPLET_SYMLINK
+ bool "as soft-link"
+ help
+ Install /bin/sh applet as soft-link to the busybox binary.
+
+config BUSYBOX_INSTALL_SH_APPLET_HARDLINK
+ bool "as hard-link"
+ help
+ Install /bin/sh applet as hard-link to the busybox binary.
+
+config BUSYBOX_INSTALL_SH_APPLET_SCRIPT_WRAPPER
+ bool "as script wrapper"
+ help
+ Install /bin/sh applet as script wrapper that calls
+ the busybox binary.
-menu 'Debugging Options'
+endchoice
+
+config BUSYBOX_PREFIX
+ string "Destination path for 'make install'"
+ default "@IDIR@"
+ help
+ Where "make install" should install busybox binary and links.
+
+comment 'Debugging Options'
config BUSYBOX_DEBUG
- bool "Build BusyBox with extra Debugging symbols"
+ bool "Build with debug information"
default n
help
- Say Y here if you wish to examine BusyBox internals while applets are
- running. This increases the size of the binary considerably, and
- should only be used when doing development. If you are doing
- development and want to debug BusyBox, answer Y.
+ Say Y here to compile with debug information.
+ This increases the size of the binary considerably, and
+ should only be used when doing development.
+
+ This adds -g option to gcc command line.
- Most people should answer N.
+ Most people should answer N.
config BUSYBOX_DEBUG_PESSIMIZE
bool "Disable compiler optimizations"
default n
depends on BUSYBOX_DEBUG
help
- The compiler's optimization of source code can eliminate and reorder
- code, resulting in an executable that's hard to understand when
- stepping through it with a debugger. This switches it off, resulting
- in a much bigger executable that more closely matches the source
- code.
+ The compiler's optimization of source code can eliminate and reorder
+ code, resulting in an executable that's hard to understand when
+ stepping through it with a debugger. This switches it off, resulting
+ in a much bigger executable that more closely matches the source
+ code.
+
+ This replaces -Os/-O2 with -O0 in gcc command line.
config BUSYBOX_DEBUG_SANITIZE
bool "Enable runtime sanitizers (ASAN/LSAN/USAN/etc...)"
default n
help
- Say Y here if you want to enable runtime sanitizers. These help
- catch bad memory accesses (e.g. buffer overflows), but will make
- the executable larger and slow down runtime a bit.
+ Say Y here if you want to enable runtime sanitizers. These help
+ catch bad memory accesses (e.g. buffer overflows), but will make
+ the executable larger and slow down runtime a bit.
+
+ This adds -fsanitize=foo options to gcc command line.
- If you aren't developing/testing busybox, say N here.
+ If you aren't developing/testing busybox, say N here.
config BUSYBOX_UNIT_TEST
bool "Build unit tests"
default n
help
- Say Y here if you want to build unit tests (both the framework and
- test cases) as a Busybox applet. This results in bigger code, so you
- probably don't want this option in production builds.
+ Say Y here if you want to build unit tests (both the framework and
+ test cases) as an applet. This results in bigger code, so you
+ probably don't want this option in production builds.
config BUSYBOX_WERROR
bool "Abort compilation on any warning"
default n
help
- Selecting this will add -Werror to gcc command line.
+ This adds -Werror to gcc command line.
- Most people should answer N.
+ Most people should answer N.
config BUSYBOX_WARN_SIMPLE_MSG
bool "Warn about single parameter bb_xx_msg calls"
@@ -778,33 +677,33 @@ config BUSYBOX_WARN_SIMPLE_MSG
choice
prompt "Additional debugging library"
- default NO_DEBUG_LIB
- help
- Using an additional debugging library will make BusyBox become
- considerable larger and will cause it to run more slowly. You
- should always leave this option disabled for production use.
-
- dmalloc support:
- ----------------
- This enables compiling with dmalloc ( http://dmalloc.com/ )
- which is an excellent public domain mem leak and malloc problem
- detector. To enable dmalloc, before running busybox you will
- want to properly set your environment, for example:
- export DMALLOC_OPTIONS=debug=0x34f47d83,inter=100,log=logfile
- The 'debug=' value is generated using the following command
- dmalloc -p log-stats -p log-non-free -p log-bad-space \
- -p log-elapsed-time -p check-fence -p check-heap \
- -p check-lists -p check-blank -p check-funcs -p realloc-copy \
- -p allow-free-null
-
- Electric-fence support:
- -----------------------
- This enables compiling with Electric-fence support. Electric
- fence is another very useful malloc debugging library which uses
- your computer's virtual memory hardware to detect illegal memory
- accesses. This support will make BusyBox be considerable larger
- and run slower, so you should leave this option disabled unless
- you are hunting a hard to find memory problem.
+ default BUSYBOX_NO_DEBUG_LIB
+ help
+ Using an additional debugging library will make busybox become
+ considerably larger and will cause it to run more slowly. You
+ should always leave this option disabled for production use.
+
+ dmalloc support:
+ ----------------
+ This enables compiling with dmalloc ( http://dmalloc.com/ )
+ which is an excellent public domain mem leak and malloc problem
+ detector. To enable dmalloc, before running busybox you will
+ want to properly set your environment, for example:
+ export DMALLOC_OPTIONS=debug=0x34f47d83,inter=100,log=logfile
+ The 'debug=' value is generated using the following command
+ dmalloc -p log-stats -p log-non-free -p log-bad-space \
+ -p log-elapsed-time -p check-fence -p check-heap \
+ -p check-lists -p check-blank -p check-funcs -p realloc-copy \
+ -p allow-free-null
+
+ Electric-fence support:
+ -----------------------
+ This enables compiling with Electric-fence support. Electric
+ fence is another very useful malloc debugging library which uses
+ your computer's virtual memory hardware to detect illegal memory
+ accesses. This support will make busybox be considerably larger
+ and run slower, so you should leave this option disabled unless
+ you are hunting a hard to find memory problem.
config BUSYBOX_NO_DEBUG_LIB
@@ -818,76 +717,6 @@ config BUSYBOX_EFENCE
endchoice
-endmenu
-
-menu 'Installation Options ("make install" behavior)'
-
-choice
- prompt "What kind of applet links to install"
- default INSTALL_APPLET_SYMLINKS
- help
- Choose what kind of links to applets are created by "make install".
-
-config BUSYBOX_INSTALL_APPLET_SYMLINKS
- bool "as soft-links"
- help
- Install applets as soft-links to the busybox binary. This needs some
- free inodes on the filesystem, but might help with filesystem
- generators that can't cope with hard-links.
-
-config BUSYBOX_INSTALL_APPLET_HARDLINKS
- bool "as hard-links"
- help
- Install applets as hard-links to the busybox binary. This might
- count on a filesystem with few inodes.
-
-config BUSYBOX_INSTALL_APPLET_SCRIPT_WRAPPERS
- bool "as script wrappers"
- help
- Install applets as script wrappers that call the busybox binary.
-
-config BUSYBOX_INSTALL_APPLET_DONT
- bool "not installed"
- help
- Do not install applet links. Useful when you plan to use
- busybox --install for installing links, or plan to use
- a standalone shell and thus don't need applet links.
-
-endchoice
-
-choice
- prompt "/bin/sh applet link"
- default INSTALL_SH_APPLET_SYMLINK
- depends on BUSYBOX_INSTALL_APPLET_SCRIPT_WRAPPERS
- help
- Choose how you install /bin/sh applet link.
-
-config BUSYBOX_INSTALL_SH_APPLET_SYMLINK
- bool "as soft-link"
- help
- Install /bin/sh applet as soft-link to the busybox binary.
-
-config BUSYBOX_INSTALL_SH_APPLET_HARDLINK
- bool "as hard-link"
- help
- Install /bin/sh applet as hard-link to the busybox binary.
-
-config BUSYBOX_INSTALL_SH_APPLET_SCRIPT_WRAPPER
- bool "as script wrapper"
- help
- Install /bin/sh applet as script wrapper that calls
- the busybox binary.
-
-endchoice
-
-config BUSYBOX_PREFIX
- string "BusyBox installation prefix"
- default "@IDIR@"
- help
- Define your directory to install BusyBox files/subdirs in.
-
-endmenu
-
source package/busybox/config/libbb/Config.in
endmenu
diff --git a/package/busybox/config/archival/Config.in b/package/busybox/config/archival/Config.in
index b3f453a..f278804 100644
--- a/package/busybox/config/archival/Config.in
+++ b/package/busybox/config/archival/Config.in
@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
# DO NOT EDIT. This file is generated from Config.src
#
# For a description of the syntax of this configuration file,
-# see scripts/kbuild/config-language.txt.
+# see docs/Kconfig-language.txt.
#
menu "Archival Utilities"
@@ -9,453 +9,403 @@ menu "Archival Utilities"
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SEAMLESS_XZ
bool "Make tar, rpm, modprobe etc understand .xz data"
default y
- help
- Make tar, rpm, modprobe etc understand .xz data.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SEAMLESS_LZMA
bool "Make tar, rpm, modprobe etc understand .lzma data"
default y
- help
- Make tar, rpm, modprobe etc understand .lzma data.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SEAMLESS_BZ2
bool "Make tar, rpm, modprobe etc understand .bz2 data"
default y
- help
- Make tar, rpm, modprobe etc understand .bz2 data.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SEAMLESS_GZ
bool "Make tar, rpm, modprobe etc understand .gz data"
default y
- help
- Make tar, rpm, modprobe etc understand .gz data.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SEAMLESS_Z
- bool "tar, rpm, modprobe etc understand .Z data"
- default n
- help
- Make tar, rpm, modprobe etc understand .Z data.
+ bool "Make tar, rpm, modprobe etc understand .Z data"
+ default n # it is ancient
config BUSYBOX_AR
- bool "ar"
- depends on !BUSYBOX_DISABLE_AR
+ bool "ar (9.5 kb)"
default n # needs to be improved to be able to replace binutils ar
help
- ar is an archival utility program used to create, modify, and
- extract contents from archives. An archive is a single file holding
- a collection of other files in a structure that makes it possible to
- retrieve the original individual files (called archive members).
- The original files' contents, mode (permissions), timestamp, owner,
- and group are preserved in the archive, and can be restored on
- extraction.
+ ar is an archival utility program used to create, modify, and
+ extract contents from archives. In practice, it is used exclusively
+ for object module archives used by compilers.
- The stored filename is limited to 15 characters. (for more information
- see long filename support).
- ar has 60 bytes of overheads for every stored file.
-
- This implementation of ar can extract archives, it cannot create or
- modify them.
- On an x86 system, the ar applet adds about 1K.
-
- Unless you have a specific application which requires ar, you should
- probably say N here.
+ Unless you have a specific application which requires ar, you should
+ probably say N here: most compilers come with their own ar utility.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_AR_LONG_FILENAMES
- bool "Support for long filenames (not needed for debs)"
+ bool "Support long filenames (not needed for debs)"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_AR
help
- By default the ar format can only store the first 15 characters
- of the filename, this option removes that limitation.
- It supports the GNU ar long filename method which moves multiple long
- filenames into a the data section of a new ar entry.
+ By default the ar format can only store the first 15 characters
+ of the filename, this option removes that limitation.
+ It supports the GNU ar long filename method which moves multiple long
+ filenames into a the data section of a new ar entry.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_AR_CREATE
bool "Support archive creation"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_AR
help
- This enables archive creation (-c and -r) with busybox ar.
+ This enables archive creation (-c and -r) with busybox ar.
+config BUSYBOX_UNCOMPRESS
+ bool "uncompress (7.1 kb)"
+ default n # ancient
+ help
+ uncompress is used to decompress archives created by compress.
+ Not much used anymore, replaced by gzip/gunzip.
+config BUSYBOX_GUNZIP
+ bool "gunzip (11 kb)"
+ default y
+ select BUSYBOX_FEATURE_GZIP_DECOMPRESS
+ help
+ gunzip is used to decompress archives created by gzip.
+ You can use the '-t' option to test the integrity of
+ an archive, without decompressing it.
+
+config BUSYBOX_ZCAT
+ bool "zcat (24 kb)"
+ default y
+ select BUSYBOX_FEATURE_GZIP_DECOMPRESS
+ help
+ Alias to "gunzip -c".
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_GUNZIP_LONG_OPTIONS
+ bool "Enable long options"
+ default y
+ depends on (BUSYBOX_GUNZIP || BUSYBOX_ZCAT) && BUSYBOX_LONG_OPTS
config BUSYBOX_BUNZIP2
- bool "bunzip2"
- depends on !BUSYBOX_DISABLE_BUNZIP2
- default n
+ bool "bunzip2 (8.7 kb)"
+ default y
+ select BUSYBOX_FEATURE_BZIP2_DECOMPRESS
help
- bunzip2 is a compression utility using the Burrows-Wheeler block
- sorting text compression algorithm, and Huffman coding. Compression
- is generally considerably better than that achieved by more
- conventional LZ77/LZ78-based compressors, and approaches the
- performance of the PPM family of statistical compressors.
+ bunzip2 is a compression utility using the Burrows-Wheeler block
+ sorting text compression algorithm, and Huffman coding. Compression
+ is generally considerably better than that achieved by more
+ conventional LZ77/LZ78-based compressors, and approaches the
+ performance of the PPM family of statistical compressors.
- Unless you have a specific application which requires bunzip2, you
- should probably say N here.
+ Unless you have a specific application which requires bunzip2, you
+ should probably say N here.
config BUSYBOX_BZCAT
- bool "bzcat"
+ bool "bzcat (8.7 kb)"
default y
+ select BUSYBOX_FEATURE_BZIP2_DECOMPRESS
help
- Alias to "bunzip2 -c".
+ Alias to "bunzip2 -c".
+config BUSYBOX_UNLZMA
+ bool "unlzma (7.5 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ unlzma is a compression utility using the Lempel-Ziv-Markov chain
+ compression algorithm, and range coding. Compression
+ is generally considerably better than that achieved by the bzip2
+ compressors.
-config BUSYBOX_BZIP2
- bool "bzip2"
- depends on !BUSYBOX_DISABLE_BZIP2
- default n
+config BUSYBOX_LZCAT
+ bool "lzcat (7.5 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ Alias to "unlzma -c".
+
+config BUSYBOX_LZMA
+ bool "lzma -d"
+ default y
+ help
+ Enable this option if you want commands like "lzma -d" to work.
+ IOW: you'll get lzma applet, but it will always require -d option.
+config BUSYBOX_UNXZ
+ bool "unxz (13 kb)"
+ default y
help
- bzip2 is a compression utility using the Burrows-Wheeler block
- sorting text compression algorithm, and Huffman coding. Compression
- is generally considerably better than that achieved by more
- conventional LZ77/LZ78-based compressors, and approaches the
- performance of the PPM family of statistical compressors.
+ unxz is a unlzma successor.
- Unless you have a specific application which requires bzip2, you
- should probably say N here.
+config BUSYBOX_XZCAT
+ bool "xzcat (13 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ Alias to "unxz -c".
+config BUSYBOX_XZ
+ bool "xz -d"
+ default y
+ help
+ Enable this option if you want commands like "xz -d" to work.
+ IOW: you'll get xz applet, but it will always require -d option.
+config BUSYBOX_BZIP2
+ bool "bzip2 (16 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ bzip2 is a compression utility using the Burrows-Wheeler block
+ sorting text compression algorithm, and Huffman coding. Compression
+ is generally considerably better than that achieved by more
+ conventional LZ77/LZ78-based compressors, and approaches the
+ performance of the PPM family of statistical compressors.
+
+ Unless you have a specific application which requires bzip2, you
+ should probably say N here.
+
+config BUSYBOX_BZIP2_SMALL
+ int "Trade bytes for speed (0:fast, 9:small)"
+ default 8 # all "fast or small" options default to small
+ range 0 9
+ depends on BUSYBOX_BZIP2
+ help
+ Trade code size versus speed.
+ Approximate values with gcc-6.3.0 "bzip -9" compressing
+ linux-4.15.tar were:
+ value time (sec) code size (386)
+ 9 (smallest) 70.11 7687
+ 8 67.93 8091
+ 7 67.88 8405
+ 6 67.78 8624
+ 5 67.05 9427
+ 4-0 (fastest) 64.14 12083
+
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_BZIP2_DECOMPRESS
+ bool "Enable decompression"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_BZIP2 || BUSYBOX_BUNZIP2 || BUSYBOX_BZCAT
+ help
+ Enable -d (--decompress) and -t (--test) options for bzip2.
+ This will be automatically selected if bunzip2 or bzcat is
+ enabled.
config BUSYBOX_CPIO
- bool "cpio"
- depends on !BUSYBOX_DISABLE_CPIO
- default n
+ bool "cpio (15 kb)"
+ default y
help
- cpio is an archival utility program used to create, modify, and
- extract contents from archives.
- cpio has 110 bytes of overheads for every stored file.
+ cpio is an archival utility program used to create, modify, and
+ extract contents from archives.
+ cpio has 110 bytes of overheads for every stored file.
- This implementation of cpio can extract cpio archives created in the
- "newc" or "crc" format, it cannot create or modify them.
+ This implementation of cpio can extract cpio archives created in the
+ "newc" or "crc" format.
- Unless you have a specific application which requires cpio, you
- should probably say N here.
+ Unless you have a specific application which requires cpio, you
+ should probably say N here.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_CPIO_O
- bool "Support for archive creation"
+ bool "Support archive creation"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_CPIO
help
- This implementation of cpio can create cpio archives in the "newc"
- format only.
+ This implementation of cpio can create cpio archives in the "newc"
+ format only.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_CPIO_P
- bool "Support for passthrough mode"
+ bool "Support passthrough mode"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_CPIO_O
help
- Passthrough mode. Rarely used.
-
+ Passthrough mode. Rarely used.
config BUSYBOX_DPKG
- bool "dpkg"
- default n
+ bool "dpkg (43 kb)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SEAMLESS_GZ
help
- dpkg is a medium-level tool to install, build, remove and manage
- Debian packages.
-
- This implementation of dpkg has a number of limitations,
- you should use the official dpkg if possible.
+ dpkg is a medium-level tool to install, build, remove and manage
+ Debian packages.
+ This implementation of dpkg has a number of limitations,
+ you should use the official dpkg if possible.
config BUSYBOX_DPKG_DEB
- bool "dpkg_deb"
- default n
- select BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SEAMLESS_GZ
- help
- dpkg-deb unpacks and provides information about Debian archives.
-
- This implementation of dpkg-deb cannot pack archives.
-
- Unless you have a specific application which requires dpkg-deb,
- say N here.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_DPKG_DEB_EXTRACT_ONLY
- bool "Extract only (-x)"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_DPKG_DEB
- help
- This reduces dpkg-deb to the equivalent of
- "ar -p <deb> data.tar.gz | tar -zx". However it saves space as none
- of the extra dpkg-deb, ar or tar options are needed, they are linked
- to internally.
-
-config BUSYBOX_GUNZIP
- bool "gunzip"
- default y
- help
- gunzip is used to decompress archives created by gzip.
- You can use the `-t' option to test the integrity of
- an archive, without decompressing it.
-
-config BUSYBOX_ZCAT
- bool "zcat"
+ bool "dpkg-deb (30 kb)"
default y
+ select BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SEAMLESS_GZ
help
- Alias to "gunzip -c".
+ dpkg-deb unpacks and provides information about Debian archives.
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_GUNZIP_LONG_OPTIONS
- bool "Enable long options"
- default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_GUNZIP && BUSYBOX_LONG_OPTS
- help
- Enable use of long options.
+ This implementation of dpkg-deb cannot pack archives.
+ Unless you have a specific application which requires dpkg-deb,
+ say N here.
config BUSYBOX_GZIP
- bool "gzip"
+ bool "gzip (17 kb)"
default y
help
- gzip is used to compress files.
- It's probably the most widely used UNIX compression program.
+ gzip is used to compress files.
+ It's probably the most widely used UNIX compression program.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_GZIP_LONG_OPTIONS
bool "Enable long options"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_GZIP && BUSYBOX_LONG_OPTS
- help
- Enable use of long options, increases size by about 106 Bytes
config BUSYBOX_GZIP_FAST
- int "Trade memory for gzip speed (0:small,slow - 2:fast,big)"
+ int "Trade memory for speed (0:small,slow - 2:fast,big)"
default 0
range 0 2
depends on BUSYBOX_GZIP
help
- Enable big memory options for gzip.
- 0: small buffers, small hash-tables
- 1: larger buffers, larger hash-tables
- 2: larger buffers, largest hash-tables
- Larger models may give slightly better compression
+ Enable big memory options for gzip.
+ 0: small buffers, small hash-tables
+ 1: larger buffers, larger hash-tables
+ 2: larger buffers, largest hash-tables
+ Larger models may give slightly better compression
-config BUSYBOX_LZOP
- bool "lzop"
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_GZIP_LEVELS
+ bool "Enable compression levels"
default n
+ depends on BUSYBOX_GZIP
help
- Lzop compression/decompresion.
+ Enable support for compression levels 4-9. The default level
+ is 6. If levels 1-3 are specified, 4 is used.
+ If this option is not selected, -N options are ignored and -6
+ is used.
-config BUSYBOX_UNLZOP
- bool "unlzop"
- default n
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_GZIP_DECOMPRESS
+ bool "Enable decompression"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_GZIP || BUSYBOX_GUNZIP || BUSYBOX_ZCAT
help
- Lzop decompresion.
-
-config BUSYBOX_LZOPCAT
- bool "lzopcat"
+ Enable -d (--decompress) and -t (--test) options for gzip.
+ This will be automatically selected if gunzip or zcat is
+ enabled.
+config BUSYBOX_IPKG
+ bool "ipkg"
default n
help
- Alias to "unlzop -c".
+ ipkg is a tool to install, build, remove and manage
+ packages.
-config BUSYBOX_LZOP_COMPR_HIGH
- bool "lzop compression levels 7,8,9 (not very useful)"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_LZOP
+config BUSYBOX_LZOP
+ bool "lzop (12 kb)"
+ default y
help
- High levels (7,8,9) of lzop compression. These levels
- are actually slower than gzip at equivalent compression ratios
- and take up 3.2K of code.
+ Lzop compression/decompresion.
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_GZIP_LEVELS
- bool "Enable compression levels"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_GZIP
+config BUSYBOX_UNLZOP
+ bool "unlzop (13 kb)"
+ default n # INCOMPAT: upstream lzop does not provide such tool
help
- Enable support for compression levels 4-9. The default level
- is 6. If levels 1-3 are specified, 4 is used.
- If this option is not selected, -N options are ignored and -9
- is used.
+ Lzop decompresion.
-config BUSYBOX_IPKG
- bool "ipkg"
- default n
+config BUSYBOX_LZOPCAT
+ bool "lzopcat (13 kb)"
+ default n # INCOMPAT: upstream lzop does not provide such tool
help
- ipkg is the itsy package management system.
+ Alias to "lzop -dc".
-config BUSYBOX_RPM2CPIO
- bool "rpm2cpio"
- depends on !BUSYBOX_DISABLE_RPM
+config BUSYBOX_LZOP_COMPR_HIGH
+ bool "lzop compression levels 7,8,9 (not very useful)"
default n
+ depends on BUSYBOX_LZOP || BUSYBOX_UNLZOP || BUSYBOX_LZOPCAT
help
- Converts a RPM file into a CPIO archive.
-
+ High levels (7,8,9) of lzop compression. These levels
+ are actually slower than gzip at equivalent compression ratios
+ and take up 3.2K of code.
config BUSYBOX_RPM
- bool "rpm"
- depends on !BUSYBOX_DISABLE_RPM
- default n
+ bool "rpm (32 kb)"
+ default y
help
- Mini RPM applet - queries and extracts RPM packages.
-
+ Mini RPM applet - queries and extracts RPM packages.
+config BUSYBOX_RPM2CPIO
+ bool "rpm2cpio (21 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ Converts a RPM file into a CPIO archive.
config BUSYBOX_TAR
- bool "tar"
- depends on !BUSYBOX_DISABLE_TAR
+ bool "tar (39 kb)"
default y
help
- tar is an archiving program. It's commonly used with gzip to
- create compressed archives. It's probably the most widely used
- UNIX archive program.
+ tar is an archiving program. It's commonly used with gzip to
+ create compressed archives. It's probably the most widely used
+ UNIX archive program.
+
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TAR_LONG_OPTIONS
+ bool "Enable long options"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_TAR && BUSYBOX_LONG_OPTS
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TAR_CREATE
- bool "Enable archive creation"
+ bool "Enable -c (archive creation)"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_TAR
- help
- If you enable this option you'll be able to create
- tar archives using the `-c' option.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TAR_AUTODETECT
bool "Autodetect compressed tarballs"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_TAR && (BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SEAMLESS_Z || BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SEAMLESS_GZ || BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SEAMLESS_BZ2 || BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SEAMLESS_LZMA || BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SEAMLESS_XZ)
help
- With this option tar can automatically detect compressed
- tarballs. Currently it works only on files (not pipes etc).
+ With this option tar can automatically detect compressed
+ tarballs. Currently it works only on files (not pipes etc).
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TAR_FROM
- bool "Enable -X (exclude from) and -T (include from) options)"
+ bool "Enable -X (exclude from) and -T (include from) options"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_TAR
help
- If you enable this option you'll be able to specify
- a list of files to include or exclude from an archive.
+ If you enable this option you'll be able to specify
+ a list of files to include or exclude from an archive.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TAR_OLDGNU_COMPATIBILITY
- bool "Support for old tar header format"
+ bool "Support old tar header format"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_TAR || BUSYBOX_DPKG
help
- This option is required to unpack archives created in
- the old GNU format; help to kill this old format by
- repacking your ancient archives with the new format.
+ This option is required to unpack archives created in
+ the old GNU format; help to kill this old format by
+ repacking your ancient archives with the new format.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TAR_OLDSUN_COMPATIBILITY
bool "Enable untarring of tarballs with checksums produced by buggy Sun tar"
- default n
+ default y
depends on BUSYBOX_TAR || BUSYBOX_DPKG
help
- This option is required to unpack archives created by some old
- version of Sun's tar (it was calculating checksum using signed
- arithmetic). It is said to be fixed in newer Sun tar, but "old"
- tarballs still exist.
+ This option is required to unpack archives created by some old
+ version of Sun's tar (it was calculating checksum using signed
+ arithmetic). It is said to be fixed in newer Sun tar, but "old"
+ tarballs still exist.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TAR_GNU_EXTENSIONS
- bool "Support for GNU tar extensions (long filenames)"
+ bool "Support GNU tar extensions (long filenames)"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_TAR || BUSYBOX_DPKG
- help
- With this option busybox supports GNU long filenames and
- linknames.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TAR_LONG_OPTIONS
- bool "Enable long options"
- default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_TAR && BUSYBOX_LONG_OPTS
- help
- Enable use of long options, increases size by about 400 Bytes
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TAR_TO_COMMAND
- bool "Support for writing to an external program"
+ bool "Support writing to an external program (--to-command)"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_TAR && BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TAR_LONG_OPTIONS
help
- If you enable this option you'll be able to instruct tar to send
- the contents of each extracted file to the standard input of an
- external program.
+ If you enable this option you'll be able to instruct tar to send
+ the contents of each extracted file to the standard input of an
+ external program.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TAR_UNAME_GNAME
bool "Enable use of user and group names"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_TAR
help
- Enables use of user and group names in tar. This affects contents
- listings (-t) and preserving permissions when unpacking (-p).
- +200 bytes.
+ Enable use of user and group names in tar. This affects contents
+ listings (-t) and preserving permissions when unpacking (-p).
+ +200 bytes.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TAR_NOPRESERVE_TIME
- bool "Enable -m (do not preserve time) option"
+ bool "Enable -m (do not preserve time) GNU option"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_TAR
- help
- With this option busybox supports GNU tar -m
- (do not preserve time) option.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TAR_SELINUX
- bool "Support for extracting SELinux labels"
+ bool "Support extracting SELinux labels"
default n
depends on BUSYBOX_TAR && BUSYBOX_SELINUX
help
- With this option busybox supports restoring SELinux labels
- when extracting files from tar archives.
-
-config BUSYBOX_UNCOMPRESS
- bool "uncompress"
- default n
- help
- uncompress is used to decompress archives created by compress.
- Not much used anymore, replaced by gzip/gunzip.
-
-config BUSYBOX_UNLZMA
- bool "unlzma"
- default n
- help
- unlzma is a compression utility using the Lempel-Ziv-Markov chain
- compression algorithm, and range coding. Compression
- is generally considerably better than that achieved by the bzip2
- compressors.
-
- The BusyBox unlzma applet is limited to decompression only.
- On an x86 system, this applet adds about 4K.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_LZMA_FAST
- bool "Optimize unlzma for speed"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_UNLZMA || BUSYBOX_LZCAT || BUSYBOX_LZMA
- help
- This option reduces decompression time by about 25% at the cost of
- a 1K bigger binary.
-
-config BUSYBOX_LZCAT
- bool "lzcat"
- default n
- help
- unlzma is a compression utility using the Lempel-Ziv-Markov chain
- compression algorithm, and range coding. Compression
- is generally considerably better than that achieved by the bzip2
- compressors.
-
- The BusyBox unlzma applet is limited to decompression only.
- On an x86 system, this applet adds about 4K.
-
-config BUSYBOX_LZMA
- bool "Provide lzma alias which supports only unpacking"
- default n
- help
- Enable this option if you want commands like "lzma -d" to work.
- IOW: you'll get lzma applet, but it will always require -d option.
-
-config BUSYBOX_UNXZ
- bool "unxz"
- depends on !BUSYBOX_DISABLE_UNXZ
- default n
- help
- unxz is a unlzma successor.
-
-config BUSYBOX_XZCAT
- bool "xzcat"
- default n
- help
- Alias to "unxz -c".
-
-config BUSYBOX_XZ
- bool "Provide xz alias which supports only unpacking"
- depends on !BUSYBOX_DISABLE_XZ
- default n
- help
- Enable this option if you want commands like "xz -d" to work.
- IOW: you'll get xz applet, but it will always require -d option.
-
+ With this option busybox supports restoring SELinux labels
+ when extracting files from tar archives.
config BUSYBOX_UNZIP
- bool "unzip"
- depends on !BUSYBOX_DISABLE_UNZIP
- default n
+ bool "unzip (26 kb)"
+ default y
help
- unzip will list or extract files from a ZIP archive,
- commonly found on DOS/WIN systems. The default behavior
- (with no options) is to extract the archive into the
- current directory. Use the `-d' option to extract to a
- directory of your choice.
+ unzip will list or extract files from a ZIP archive,
+ commonly found on DOS/WIN systems. The default behavior
+ (with no options) is to extract the archive into the
+ current directory.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_UNZIP_CDF
bool "Read and use Central Directory data"
diff --git a/package/busybox/config/console-tools/Config.in b/package/busybox/config/console-tools/Config.in
index 2e338e2..e67bb61 100644
--- a/package/busybox/config/console-tools/Config.in
+++ b/package/busybox/config/console-tools/Config.in
@@ -1,175 +1,157 @@
# DO NOT EDIT. This file is generated from Config.src
#
# For a description of the syntax of this configuration file,
-# see scripts/kbuild/config-language.txt.
+# see docs/Kconfig-language.txt.
#
menu "Console Utilities"
config BUSYBOX_CHVT
- bool "chvt"
- default n
- select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
- help
- This program is used to change to another terminal.
- Example: chvt 4 (change to terminal /dev/tty4)
-
-config BUSYBOX_FGCONSOLE
- bool "fgconsole"
- default n
+ bool "chvt (2 kb)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- This program prints active (foreground) console number.
-
+ This program is used to change to another terminal.
+ Example: chvt 4 (change to terminal /dev/tty4)
config BUSYBOX_CLEAR
- bool "clear"
- default n
+ bool "clear (tiny)"
+ default y
help
- This program clears the terminal screen.
-
+ This program clears the terminal screen.
config BUSYBOX_DEALLOCVT
- bool "deallocvt"
- default n
+ bool "deallocvt (1.9 kb)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- This program deallocates unused virtual consoles.
-
+ This program deallocates unused virtual consoles.
config BUSYBOX_DUMPKMAP
- bool "dumpkmap"
- default n
+ bool "dumpkmap (1.6 kb)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- This program dumps the kernel's keyboard translation table to
- stdout, in binary format. You can then use loadkmap to load it.
-
+ This program dumps the kernel's keyboard translation table to
+ stdout, in binary format. You can then use loadkmap to load it.
+config BUSYBOX_FGCONSOLE
+ bool "fgconsole (1.5 kb)"
+ default y
+ select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
+ help
+ This program prints active (foreground) console number.
config BUSYBOX_KBD_MODE
- bool "kbd_mode"
- default n
+ bool "kbd_mode (4.1 kb)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- This program reports and sets keyboard mode.
-
+ This program reports and sets keyboard mode.
config BUSYBOX_LOADFONT
- bool "loadfont"
- default n
+ bool "loadfont (5.2 kb)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- This program loads a console font from standard input.
+ This program loads a console font from standard input.
-config BUSYBOX_LOADKMAP
- bool "loadkmap"
- default n
+config BUSYBOX_SETFONT
+ bool "setfont (24 kb)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- This program loads a keyboard translation table from
- standard input.
+ Allows to load console screen map. Useful for i18n.
+
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SETFONT_TEXTUAL_MAP
+ bool "Support reading textual screen maps"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_SETFONT
+ help
+ Support reading textual screen maps.
+
+config BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_SETFONT_DIR
+ string "Default directory for console-tools files"
+ default ""
+ depends on BUSYBOX_SETFONT
+ help
+ Directory to use if setfont's params are simple filenames
+ (not /path/to/file or ./file). Default is "" (no default directory).
+comment "Common options for loadfont and setfont"
+ depends on BUSYBOX_LOADFONT || BUSYBOX_SETFONT
+
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_LOADFONT_PSF2
+ bool "Support PSF2 console fonts"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_LOADFONT || BUSYBOX_SETFONT
+
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_LOADFONT_RAW
+ bool "Support old (raw) console fonts"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_LOADFONT || BUSYBOX_SETFONT
+config BUSYBOX_LOADKMAP
+ bool "loadkmap (1.8 kb)"
+ default y
+ select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
+ help
+ This program loads a keyboard translation table from
+ standard input.
config BUSYBOX_OPENVT
- bool "openvt"
- default n
+ bool "openvt (7.2 kb)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- This program is used to start a command on an unused
- virtual terminal.
-
+ This program is used to start a command on an unused
+ virtual terminal.
config BUSYBOX_RESET
- bool "reset"
- default n
+ bool "reset (345 bytes)"
+ default y
help
- This program is used to reset the terminal screen, if it
- gets messed up.
-
+ This program is used to reset the terminal screen, if it
+ gets messed up.
config BUSYBOX_RESIZE
- bool "resize"
- default n
+ bool "resize (903 bytes)"
+ default y
help
- This program is used to (re)set the width and height of your current
- terminal.
+ This program is used to (re)set the width and height of your current
+ terminal.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_RESIZE_PRINT
bool "Print environment variables"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_RESIZE
help
- Prints the newly set size (number of columns and rows) of
- the terminal.
- E.g.:
- COLUMNS=80;LINES=44;export COLUMNS LINES;
-
+ Prints the newly set size (number of columns and rows) of
+ the terminal.
+ E.g.:
+ COLUMNS=80;LINES=44;export COLUMNS LINES;
config BUSYBOX_SETCONSOLE
- bool "setconsole"
- default n
+ bool "setconsole (3.6 kb)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- This program redirects the system console to another device,
- like the current tty while logged in via telnet.
+ Redirect writes to /dev/console to another device,
+ like the current tty while logged in via telnet.
+ This does not redirect kernel log, only writes
+ from user space.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SETCONSOLE_LONG_OPTIONS
bool "Enable long options"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_SETCONSOLE && BUSYBOX_LONG_OPTS
- help
- Support long options for the setconsole applet.
-
-config BUSYBOX_SETFONT
- bool "setfont"
- default n
- select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
- help
- Allows to load console screen map. Useful for i18n.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SETFONT_TEXTUAL_MAP
- bool "Support reading textual screen maps"
- default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_SETFONT
- help
- Support reading textual screen maps.
-
-config BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_SETFONT_DIR
- string "Default directory for console-tools files"
- default ""
- depends on BUSYBOX_SETFONT
- help
- Directory to use if setfont's params are simple filenames
- (not /path/to/file or ./file). Default is "" (no default directory).
-
config BUSYBOX_SETKEYCODES
- bool "setkeycodes"
- default n
+ bool "setkeycodes (2.1 kb)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- This program loads entries into the kernel's scancode-to-keycode
- map, allowing unusual keyboards to generate usable keycodes.
-
+ This program loads entries into the kernel's scancode-to-keycode
+ map, allowing unusual keyboards to generate usable keycodes.
config BUSYBOX_SETLOGCONS
- bool "setlogcons"
- default n
+ bool "setlogcons (1.8 kb)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- This program redirects the output console of kernel messages.
-
+ This program redirects the output console of kernel messages.
config BUSYBOX_SHOWKEY
- bool "showkey"
- default n
- select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
- help
- Shows keys pressed.
-
-comment "Common options for loadfont and setfont"
- depends on BUSYBOX_LOADFONT || BUSYBOX_SETFONT
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_LOADFONT_PSF2
- bool "Support for PSF2 console fonts"
+ bool "showkey (4.7 kb)"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_LOADFONT || BUSYBOX_SETFONT
- help
- Support PSF2 console fonts.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_LOADFONT_RAW
- bool "Support for old (raw) console fonts"
- default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_LOADFONT || BUSYBOX_SETFONT
+ select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- Support old (raw) console fonts.
+ Shows keys pressed.
endmenu
diff --git a/package/busybox/config/coreutils/Config.in b/package/busybox/config/coreutils/Config.in
index 60bc5b0..2038e6e 100644
--- a/package/busybox/config/coreutils/Config.in
+++ b/package/busybox/config/coreutils/Config.in
@@ -1,29 +1,28 @@
# DO NOT EDIT. This file is generated from Config.src
#
# For a description of the syntax of this configuration file,
-# see scripts/kbuild/config-language.txt.
+# see docs/Kconfig-language.txt.
#
menu "Coreutils"
config BUSYBOX_BASENAME
- bool "basename"
+ bool "basename (438 bytes)"
default y
help
- basename is used to strip the directory and suffix from filenames,
- leaving just the filename itself. Enable this option if you wish
- to enable the 'basename' utility.
-
+ basename is used to strip the directory and suffix from filenames,
+ leaving just the filename itself. Enable this option if you wish
+ to enable the 'basename' utility.
config BUSYBOX_CAT
- bool "cat"
+ bool "cat (5.6 kb)"
default y
help
- cat is used to concatenate files and print them to the standard
- output. Enable this option if you wish to enable the 'cat' utility.
+ cat is used to concatenate files and print them to the standard
+ output. Enable this option if you wish to enable the 'cat' utility.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_CATN
bool "Enable -n and -b options"
- default n
+ default y
depends on BUSYBOX_CAT
help
-n numbers all output lines while -b numbers nonempty output lines.
@@ -34,516 +33,327 @@ config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_CATV
depends on BUSYBOX_CAT
help
Display nonprinting characters as escape sequences
-
-config BUSYBOX_DATE
- bool "date"
- default y
- help
- date is used to set the system date or display the
- current time in the given format.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_DATE_ISOFMT
- bool "Enable ISO date format output (-I)"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_DATE
- help
- Enable option (-I) to output an ISO-8601 compliant
- date/time string.
-
-# defaults to "no": stat's nanosecond field is a bit non-portable
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_DATE_NANO
- bool "Support %[num]N nanosecond format specifier"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_DATE # syscall(__NR_clock_gettime)
- select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
- help
- Support %[num]N format specifier. Adds ~250 bytes of code.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_DATE_COMPAT
- bool "Support weird 'date MMDDhhmm[[YY]YY][.ss]' format"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_DATE
- help
- System time can be set by 'date -s DATE' and simply 'date DATE',
- but formats of DATE string are different. 'date DATE' accepts
- a rather weird MMDDhhmm[[YY]YY][.ss] format with completely
- unnatural placement of year between minutes and seconds.
- date -s (and other commands like touch -d) use more sensible
- formats (for one, ISO format YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm:ss.ssssss).
-
- With this option off, 'date DATE' is 'date -s DATE' support
- the same format. With it on, 'date DATE' additionally supports
- MMDDhhmm[[YY]YY][.ss] format.
-
-config BUSYBOX_HOSTID
- bool "hostid"
- default n
- help
- hostid prints the numeric identifier (in hexadecimal) for
- the current host.
-
-config BUSYBOX_ID
- bool "id"
+config BUSYBOX_CHGRP
+ bool "chgrp (7.6 kb)"
default y
help
- id displays the current user and group ID names.
-
-config BUSYBOX_GROUPS
- bool "groups"
- default n
- help
- Print the group names associated with current user id.
-
-config BUSYBOX_SHUF
- bool "shuf"
- default n
- help
- Generate random permutations
-
-config BUSYBOX_TEST
- bool "test"
+ chgrp is used to change the group ownership of files.
+config BUSYBOX_CHMOD
+ bool "chmod (5.5 kb)"
default y
help
- test is used to check file types and compare values,
- returning an appropriate exit code. The bash shell
- has test built in, ash can build it in optionally.
-
-config BUSYBOX_TEST1
- bool "test as ["
+ chmod is used to change the access permission of files.
+config BUSYBOX_CHOWN
+ bool "chown (7.6 kb)"
default y
help
- Provide test command in the "[ EXPR ]" form
+ chown is used to change the user and/or group ownership
+ of files.
-config BUSYBOX_TEST2
- bool "test as [["
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_CHOWN_LONG_OPTIONS
+ bool "Enable long options"
default y
- help
- Provide test command in the "[[ EXPR ]]" form
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TEST_64
- bool "Extend test to 64 bit"
+ depends on BUSYBOX_CHOWN && BUSYBOX_LONG_OPTS
+config BUSYBOX_CHROOT
+ bool "chroot (3.7 kb)"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_TEST || BUSYBOX_ASH_BUILTIN_TEST || BUSYBOX_HUSH
help
- Enable 64-bit support in test.
-
-config BUSYBOX_TOUCH
- bool "touch"
+ chroot is used to change the root directory and run a command.
+ The default command is '/bin/sh'.
+config BUSYBOX_CKSUM
+ bool "cksum (4.1 kb)"
default y
help
- touch is used to create or change the access and/or
- modification timestamp of specified files.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TOUCH_NODEREF
- bool "Add support for -h"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_TOUCH
- help
- Enable touch to have the -h option.
- This requires libc support for lutimes() function.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TOUCH_SUSV3
- bool "Add support for SUSV3 features (-d -t -r)"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_TOUCH
- help
- Enable touch to use a reference file or a given date/time argument.
-
-config BUSYBOX_TR
- bool "tr"
- default n
- help
- tr is used to squeeze, and/or delete characters from standard
- input, writing to standard output.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TR_CLASSES
- bool "Enable character classes (such as [:upper:])"
+ cksum is used to calculate the CRC32 checksum of a file.
+config BUSYBOX_COMM
+ bool "comm (4.2 kb)"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_TR
help
- Enable character classes, enabling commands such as:
- tr [:upper:] [:lower:] to convert input into lowercase.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TR_EQUIV
- bool "Enable equivalence classes"
+ comm is used to compare two files line by line and return
+ a three-column output.
+config BUSYBOX_CP
+ bool "cp (10 kb)"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_TR
help
- Enable equivalence classes, which essentially add the enclosed
- character to the current set. For instance, tr [=a=] xyz would
- replace all instances of 'a' with 'xyz'. This option is mainly
- useful for cases when no other way of expressing a character
- is possible.
+ cp is used to copy files and directories.
-config BUSYBOX_TRUNCATE
- bool "truncate"
- default n
- help
- truncate truncates files to a given size. If a file does
- not exist, it is created unless told otherwise.
-
-config BUSYBOX_UNLINK
- bool "unlink"
- default n
- help
- unlink deletes a file by calling unlink()
-
-config BUSYBOX_BASE64
- bool "base64"
- default n
- help
- Base64 encode and decode
-
-config BUSYBOX_WHO
- bool "who"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_UTMP
- help
- who is used to show who is logged on.
-
-config BUSYBOX_USERS
- bool "users"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_UTMP
- help
- Print users currently logged on.
-
-config BUSYBOX_CAL
- bool "cal"
- default n
- help
- cal is used to display a monthly calender.
-
-config BUSYBOX_CATV
- bool "catv"
- default n
- help
- Display nonprinting characters as escape sequences (like some
- implementations' cat -v option).
-
-config BUSYBOX_CHGRP
- bool "chgrp"
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_CP_LONG_OPTIONS
+ bool "Enable long options"
default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_CP && BUSYBOX_LONG_OPTS
help
- chgrp is used to change the group ownership of files.
+ Enable long options.
+ Also add support for --parents option.
-config BUSYBOX_CHMOD
- bool "chmod"
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_CP_REFLINK
+ bool "Enable --reflink[=auto]"
default y
- help
- chmod is used to change the access permission of files.
-
-config BUSYBOX_CHOWN
- bool "chown"
+ depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_CP_LONG_OPTIONS
+config BUSYBOX_CUT
+ bool "cut (5.8 kb)"
default y
help
- chown is used to change the user and/or group ownership
- of files.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_CHOWN_LONG_OPTIONS
- bool "Enable long options"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_CHOWN && BUSYBOX_LONG_OPTS
- help
- Enable use of long options
-
-config BUSYBOX_CHROOT
- bool "chroot"
+ cut is used to print selected parts of lines from
+ each file to stdout.
+config BUSYBOX_DATE
+ bool "date (7 kb)"
default y
help
- chroot is used to change the root directory and run a command.
- The default command is `/bin/sh'.
-
-config BUSYBOX_CKSUM
- bool "cksum"
- default n
- help
- cksum is used to calculate the CRC32 checksum of a file.
-
-config BUSYBOX_COMM
- bool "comm"
- default n
- help
- comm is used to compare two files line by line and return
- a three-column output.
+ date is used to set the system date or display the
+ current time in the given format.
-config BUSYBOX_CP
- bool "cp"
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_DATE_ISOFMT
+ bool "Enable ISO date format output (-I)"
default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_DATE
help
- cp is used to copy files and directories.
+ Enable option (-I) to output an ISO-8601 compliant
+ date/time string.
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_CP_LONG_OPTIONS
- bool "Enable long options for cp"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_CP && BUSYBOX_LONG_OPTS
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_DATE_NANO
+ bool "Support %[num]N nanosecond format specifier"
+ default n # stat's nanosecond field is a bit non-portable
+ depends on BUSYBOX_DATE
+ select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- Enable long options for cp.
- Also add support for --parents option.
+ Support %[num]N format specifier. Adds ~250 bytes of code.
-config BUSYBOX_CUT
- bool "cut"
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_DATE_COMPAT
+ bool "Support weird 'date MMDDhhmm[[YY]YY][.ss]' format"
default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_DATE
help
- cut is used to print selected parts of lines from
- each file to stdout.
+ System time can be set by 'date -s DATE' and simply 'date DATE',
+ but formats of DATE string are different. 'date DATE' accepts
+ a rather weird MMDDhhmm[[YY]YY][.ss] format with completely
+ unnatural placement of year between minutes and seconds.
+ date -s (and other commands like touch -d) use more sensible
+ formats (for one, ISO format YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm:ss.ssssss).
+ With this option off, 'date DATE' and 'date -s DATE' support
+ the same format. With it on, 'date DATE' additionally supports
+ MMDDhhmm[[YY]YY][.ss] format.
config BUSYBOX_DD
- bool "dd"
+ bool "dd (7.5 kb)"
default y
help
- dd copies a file (from standard input to standard output,
- by default) using specific input and output blocksizes,
- while optionally performing conversions on it.
+ dd copies a file (from standard input to standard output,
+ by default) using specific input and output blocksizes,
+ while optionally performing conversions on it.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_DD_SIGNAL_HANDLING
- bool "Enable DD signal handling for status reporting"
- default n
+ bool "Enable signal handling for status reporting"
+ default y
depends on BUSYBOX_DD
help
- Sending a SIGUSR1 signal to a running `dd' process makes it
- print to standard error the number of records read and written
- so far, then to resume copying.
+ Sending a SIGUSR1 signal to a running 'dd' process makes it
+ print to standard error the number of records read and written
+ so far, then to resume copying.
- $ dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/null&
- $ pid=$! kill -USR1 $pid; sleep 1; kill $pid
- 10899206+0 records in
- 10899206+0 records out
+ $ dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/null &
+ $ pid=$!; kill -USR1 $pid; sleep 1; kill $pid
+ 10899206+0 records in
+ 10899206+0 records out
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_DD_THIRD_STATUS_LINE
bool "Enable the third status line upon signal"
- default n
+ default y
depends on BUSYBOX_DD && BUSYBOX_FEATURE_DD_SIGNAL_HANDLING
help
- Displays a coreutils-like third status line with transferred bytes,
- elapsed time and speed.
+ Displays a coreutils-like third status line with transferred bytes,
+ elapsed time and speed.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_DD_IBS_OBS
- bool "Enable ibs, obs and conv options"
+ bool "Enable ibs, obs, iflag, oflag and conv options"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_DD
help
- Enables support for writing a certain number of bytes in and out,
- at a time, and performing conversions on the data stream.
+ Enable support for writing a certain number of bytes in and out,
+ at a time, and performing conversions on the data stream.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_DD_STATUS
bool "Enable status display options"
- default n
+ default y
depends on BUSYBOX_DD
help
- Enables support for status=noxfer/none option.
-
+ Enable support for status=noxfer/none option.
config BUSYBOX_DF
- bool "df"
+ bool "df (6.8 kb)"
default y
help
- df reports the amount of disk space used and available
- on filesystems.
+ df reports the amount of disk space used and available
+ on filesystems.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_DF_FANCY
bool "Enable -a, -i, -B"
- default n
+ default y
depends on BUSYBOX_DF
help
- This option enables -a, -i and -B.
-
- -a Show all filesystems
- -i Inodes
- -B <SIZE> Blocksize
-
+ -a Show all filesystems
+ -i Inodes
+ -B <SIZE> Blocksize
config BUSYBOX_DIRNAME
- bool "dirname"
+ bool "dirname (329 bytes)"
default y
help
- dirname is used to strip a non-directory suffix from
- a file name.
-
+ dirname is used to strip a non-directory suffix from
+ a file name.
config BUSYBOX_DOS2UNIX
- bool "dos2unix"
- default n
+ bool "dos2unix (5.2 kb)"
+ default y
help
- dos2unix is used to convert a text file from DOS format to
- UNIX format, and vice versa.
+ dos2unix is used to convert a text file from DOS format to
+ UNIX format, and vice versa.
config BUSYBOX_UNIX2DOS
- bool "unix2dos"
- default n
+ bool "unix2dos (5.2 kb)"
+ default y
help
- unix2dos is used to convert a text file from UNIX format to
- DOS format, and vice versa.
-
+ unix2dos is used to convert a text file from UNIX format to
+ DOS format, and vice versa.
config BUSYBOX_DU
- bool "du (default blocksize of 512 bytes)"
+ bool "du (6.3 kb)"
default y
help
- du is used to report the amount of disk space used
- for specified files.
+ du is used to report the amount of disk space used
+ for specified files.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_DU_DEFAULT_BLOCKSIZE_1K
- bool "Use a default blocksize of 1024 bytes (1K)"
+ bool "Use default blocksize of 1024 bytes (else it's 512 bytes)"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_DU
- help
- Use a blocksize of (1K) instead of the default 512b.
-
config BUSYBOX_ECHO
- bool "echo (basic SuSv3 version taking no options)"
+ bool "echo (1.8 kb)"
default y
help
- echo is used to print a specified string to stdout.
+ echo prints a specified string to stdout.
# this entry also appears in shell/Config.in, next to the echo builtin
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_FANCY_ECHO
- bool "Enable echo options (-n and -e)"
+ bool "Enable -n and -e options"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_ECHO || BUSYBOX_ASH_BUILTIN_ECHO || BUSYBOX_HUSH
- help
- This adds options (-n and -e) to echo.
-
+ depends on BUSYBOX_ECHO || BUSYBOX_ASH_ECHO || BUSYBOX_HUSH_ECHO
config BUSYBOX_ENV
- bool "env"
+ bool "env (4 kb)"
default y
help
- env is used to set an environment variable and run
- a command; without options it displays the current
- environment.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_ENV_LONG_OPTIONS
- bool "Enable long options"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_ENV && BUSYBOX_LONG_OPTS
- help
- Support long options for the env applet.
-
+ env is used to set an environment variable and run
+ a command; without options it displays the current
+ environment.
config BUSYBOX_EXPAND
- bool "expand"
- default n
+ bool "expand (5.1 kb)"
+ default y
help
- By default, convert all tabs to spaces.
+ By default, convert all tabs to spaces.
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_EXPAND_LONG_OPTIONS
- bool "Enable long options"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_EXPAND && BUSYBOX_LONG_OPTS
+config BUSYBOX_UNEXPAND
+ bool "unexpand (5.3 kb)"
+ default y
help
- Support long options for the expand applet.
-
+ By default, convert only leading sequences of blanks to tabs.
config BUSYBOX_EXPR
- bool "expr"
- default n
+ bool "expr (6.6 kb)"
+ default y
help
- expr is used to calculate numbers and print the result
- to standard output.
+ expr is used to calculate numbers and print the result
+ to standard output.
config BUSYBOX_EXPR_MATH_SUPPORT_64
bool "Extend Posix numbers support to 64 bit"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_EXPR
help
- Enable 64-bit math support in the expr applet. This will make
- the applet slightly larger, but will allow computation with very
- large numbers.
-
+ Enable 64-bit math support in the expr applet. This will make
+ the applet slightly larger, but will allow computation with very
+ large numbers.
config BUSYBOX_FACTOR
bool "factor (2.7 kb)"
- default n
+ default y
help
factor factorizes integers
-
config BUSYBOX_FALSE
- bool "false"
- default n
+ bool "false (tiny)"
+ default y
help
- false returns an exit code of FALSE (1).
-
+ false returns an exit code of FALSE (1).
config BUSYBOX_FOLD
- bool "fold"
- default n
- help
- Wrap text to fit a specific width.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FSYNC
- bool "fsync"
- default n
+ bool "fold (4.6 kb)"
+ default y
help
- fsync is used to flush file-related cached blocks to disk.
-
+ Wrap text to fit a specific width.
config BUSYBOX_HEAD
- bool "head"
+ bool "head (3.8 kb)"
default y
help
- head is used to print the first specified number of lines
- from files.
+ head is used to print the first specified number of lines
+ from files.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_FANCY_HEAD
- bool "Enable head options (-c, -q, and -v)"
- default n
+ bool "Enable -c, -q, and -v"
+ default y
depends on BUSYBOX_HEAD
+config BUSYBOX_HOSTID
+ bool "hostid (286 bytes)"
+ default y
+ help
+ hostid prints the numeric identifier (in hexadecimal) for
+ the current host.
+config BUSYBOX_ID
+ bool "id (7 kb)"
+ default y
help
- This enables the head options (-c, -q, and -v).
+ id displays the current user and group ID names.
+config BUSYBOX_GROUPS
+ bool "groups (6.7 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ Print the group names associated with current user id.
config BUSYBOX_INSTALL
- bool "install"
- default n
+ bool "install (12 kb)"
+ default y
help
- Copy files and set attributes.
+ Copy files and set attributes.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_INSTALL_LONG_OPTIONS
bool "Enable long options"
- default n
+ default y
depends on BUSYBOX_INSTALL && BUSYBOX_LONG_OPTS
- help
- Support long options for the install applet.
-
-####config LENGTH
-#### bool "length"
-#### default y
-#### help
-#### length is used to print out the length of a specified string.
config BUSYBOX_LINK
bool "link (3.2 kb)"
- default n
+ default y
help
link creates hard links between files.
-
config BUSYBOX_LN
- bool "ln"
+ bool "ln (4.9 kb)"
default y
help
- ln is used to create hard or soft links between files.
-
+ ln is used to create hard or soft links between files.
config BUSYBOX_LOGNAME
- bool "logname"
- default n
+ bool "logname (1.1 kb)"
+ default y
help
- logname is used to print the current user's login name.
-
+ logname is used to print the current user's login name.
config BUSYBOX_LS
- bool "ls"
+ bool "ls (14 kb)"
default y
help
- ls is used to list the contents of directories.
+ ls is used to list the contents of directories.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_LS_FILETYPES
bool "Enable filetyping options (-p and -F)"
- default n
+ default y
depends on BUSYBOX_LS
- help
- Enable the ls options (-p and -F).
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_LS_FOLLOWLINKS
bool "Enable symlinks dereferencing (-L)"
- default n
+ default y
depends on BUSYBOX_LS
- help
- Enable the ls option (-L).
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_LS_RECURSIVE
bool "Enable recursion (-R)"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_LS
- help
- Enable the ls option (-R).
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_LS_WIDTH
bool "Enable -w WIDTH and window size autodetection"
@@ -555,264 +365,235 @@ config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_LS_SORTFILES
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_LS
help
- Allow ls to sort file names alphabetically.
+ Allow ls to sort file names alphabetically.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_LS_TIMESTAMPS
bool "Show file timestamps"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_LS
help
- Allow ls to display timestamps for files.
+ Allow ls to display timestamps for files.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_LS_USERNAME
bool "Show username/groupnames"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_LS
help
- Allow ls to display username/groupname for files.
+ Allow ls to display username/groupname for files.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_LS_COLOR
bool "Allow use of color to identify file types"
- default n
+ default y
depends on BUSYBOX_LS && BUSYBOX_LONG_OPTS
help
- This enables the --color option to ls.
+ This enables the --color option to ls.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_LS_COLOR_IS_DEFAULT
bool "Produce colored ls output by default"
- default n
+ default y
depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_LS_COLOR
help
- Saying yes here will turn coloring on by default,
- even if no "--color" option is given to the ls command.
- This is not recommended, since the colors are not
- configurable, and the output may not be legible on
- many output screens.
-
+ Saying yes here will turn coloring on by default,
+ even if no "--color" option is given to the ls command.
+ This is not recommended, since the colors are not
+ configurable, and the output may not be legible on
+ many output screens.
config BUSYBOX_MD5SUM
- bool "md5sum"
- default n
+ bool "md5sum (6.5 kb)"
+ default y
help
- md5sum is used to print or check MD5 checksums.
+ Compute and check MD5 message digest
-config BUSYBOX_MKDIR
- bool "mkdir"
+config BUSYBOX_SHA1SUM
+ bool "sha1sum (5.9 kb)"
default y
help
- mkdir is used to create directories with the specified names.
+ Compute and check SHA1 message digest
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MKDIR_LONG_OPTIONS
- bool "Enable long options"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_MKDIR && BUSYBOX_LONG_OPTS
+config BUSYBOX_SHA256SUM
+ bool "sha256sum (7 kb)"
+ default y
help
- Support long options for the mkdir applet.
+ Compute and check SHA256 message digest
-config BUSYBOX_MKFIFO
- bool "mkfifo"
- default n
+config BUSYBOX_SHA512SUM
+ bool "sha512sum (7.4 kb)"
+ default y
help
- mkfifo is used to create FIFOs (named pipes).
- The `mknod' program can also create FIFOs.
+ Compute and check SHA512 message digest
-config BUSYBOX_MKNOD
- bool "mknod"
- default n
+config BUSYBOX_SHA3SUM
+ bool "sha3sum (6.1 kb)"
+ default y
help
- mknod is used to create FIFOs or block/character special
- files with the specified names.
+ Compute and check SHA3 message digest
-config BUSYBOX_MV
- bool "mv"
+comment "Common options for md5sum, sha1sum, sha256sum, sha512sum, sha3sum"
+ depends on BUSYBOX_MD5SUM || BUSYBOX_SHA1SUM || BUSYBOX_SHA256SUM || BUSYBOX_SHA512SUM || BUSYBOX_SHA3SUM
+
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MD5_SHA1_SUM_CHECK
+ bool "Enable -c, -s and -w options"
default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_MD5SUM || BUSYBOX_SHA1SUM || BUSYBOX_SHA256SUM || BUSYBOX_SHA512SUM || BUSYBOX_SHA3SUM
help
- mv is used to move or rename files or directories.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MV_LONG_OPTIONS
- bool "Enable long options"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_MV && BUSYBOX_LONG_OPTS
+ Enabling the -c options allows files to be checked
+ against pre-calculated hash values.
+ -s and -w are useful options when verifying checksums.
+config BUSYBOX_MKDIR
+ bool "mkdir (4.5 kb)"
+ default y
help
- Support long options for the mv applet.
-
+ mkdir is used to create directories with the specified names.
+config BUSYBOX_MKFIFO
+ bool "mkfifo (3.8 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ mkfifo is used to create FIFOs (named pipes).
+ The 'mknod' program can also create FIFOs.
+config BUSYBOX_MKNOD
+ bool "mknod (4.5 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ mknod is used to create FIFOs or block/character special
+ files with the specified names.
+config BUSYBOX_MKTEMP
+ bool "mktemp (4.2 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ mktemp is used to create unique temporary files
+config BUSYBOX_MV
+ bool "mv (10 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ mv is used to move or rename files or directories.
config BUSYBOX_NICE
- bool "nice"
- default n
+ bool "nice (2.1 kb)"
+ default y
help
- nice runs a program with modified scheduling priority.
-
+ nice runs a program with modified scheduling priority.
config BUSYBOX_NL
bool "nl (4.6 kb)"
- default n
+ default y
help
nl is used to number lines of files.
-
config BUSYBOX_NOHUP
- bool "nohup"
- default n
+ bool "nohup (2 kb)"
+ default y
help
- run a command immune to hangups, with output to a non-tty.
-
+ run a command immune to hangups, with output to a non-tty.
config BUSYBOX_NPROC
bool "nproc (3.7 kb)"
- default n
+ default y
help
Print number of CPUs
-
config BUSYBOX_OD
- bool "od"
- default n
+ bool "od (11 kb)"
+ default y
help
- od is used to dump binary files in octal and other formats.
-
+ od is used to dump binary files in octal and other formats.
config BUSYBOX_PASTE
bool "paste (4.9 kb)"
- default n
+ default y
help
paste is used to paste lines of different files together
and write the result to stdout
-
config BUSYBOX_PRINTENV
- bool "printenv"
- default n
+ bool "printenv (1.3 kb)"
+ default y
help
- printenv is used to print all or part of environment.
-
+ printenv is used to print all or part of environment.
config BUSYBOX_PRINTF
- bool "printf"
+ bool "printf (3.8 kb)"
default y
help
- printf is used to format and print specified strings.
- It's similar to `echo' except it has more options.
-
+ printf is used to format and print specified strings.
+ It's similar to 'echo' except it has more options.
config BUSYBOX_PWD
- bool "pwd"
+ bool "pwd (3.7 kb)"
default y
help
- pwd is used to print the current directory.
-
+ pwd is used to print the current directory.
config BUSYBOX_READLINK
- bool "readlink"
- default n
+ bool "readlink (4 kb)"
+ default y
help
- This program reads a symbolic link and returns the name
- of the file it points to
+ This program reads a symbolic link and returns the name
+ of the file it points to
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_READLINK_FOLLOW
bool "Enable canonicalization by following all symlinks (-f)"
- default n
+ default y
depends on BUSYBOX_READLINK
help
- Enable the readlink option (-f).
-
+ Enable the readlink option (-f).
config BUSYBOX_REALPATH
- bool "realpath"
- default n
+ bool "realpath (1.6 kb)"
+ default y
help
- Return the canonicalized absolute pathname.
- This isn't provided by GNU shellutils, but where else does it belong.
-
+ Return the canonicalized absolute pathname.
+ This isn't provided by GNU shellutils, but where else does it belong.
config BUSYBOX_RM
- bool "rm"
+ bool "rm (5.4 kb)"
default y
help
- rm is used to remove files or directories.
-
+ rm is used to remove files or directories.
config BUSYBOX_RMDIR
- bool "rmdir"
- default n
- help
- rmdir is used to remove empty directories.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_RMDIR_LONG_OPTIONS
- bool "Enable long options"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_RMDIR && BUSYBOX_LONG_OPTS
+ bool "rmdir (3.5 kb)"
+ default y
help
- Support long options for the rmdir applet, including
- --ignore-fail-on-non-empty for compatibility with GNU rmdir.
-
+ rmdir is used to remove empty directories.
config BUSYBOX_SEQ
- bool "seq"
- default n
+ bool "seq (3.8 kb)"
+ default y
help
- print a sequence of numbers
-
+ print a sequence of numbers
config BUSYBOX_SHRED
bool "shred (4.9 kb)"
- default n
+ default y
help
Overwrite a file to hide its contents, and optionally delete it
-
-config BUSYBOX_SHA1SUM
- bool "sha1sum"
- default n
- help
- Compute and check SHA1 message digest
-
-config BUSYBOX_SHA256SUM
- bool "sha256sum"
- default n
- help
- Compute and check SHA256 message digest
-
-config BUSYBOX_SHA512SUM
- bool "sha512sum"
- default n
+config BUSYBOX_SHUF
+ bool "shuf (5.4 kb)"
+ default y
help
- Compute and check SHA512 message digest
-
-config BUSYBOX_SHA3SUM
- bool "sha3sum"
- default n
- help
- Compute and check SHA3 (512-bit) message digest
-
+ Generate random permutations
config BUSYBOX_SLEEP
- bool "sleep"
- default n
- help
- sleep is used to pause for a specified number of seconds.
- It comes in 3 versions:
- - small: takes one integer parameter
- - fancy: takes multiple integer arguments with suffixes:
- sleep 1d 2h 3m 15s
- - fancy with fractional numbers:
- sleep 2.3s 4.5h sleeps for 16202.3 seconds
- Last one is "the most compatible" with coreutils sleep,
- but it adds around 1k of code.
+ bool "sleep (2 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ sleep is used to pause for a specified number of seconds.
+ It comes in 3 versions:
+ - small: takes one integer parameter
+ - fancy: takes multiple integer arguments with suffixes:
+ sleep 1d 2h 3m 15s
+ - fancy with fractional numbers:
+ sleep 2.3s 4.5h sleeps for 16202.3 seconds
+ Last one is "the most compatible" with coreutils sleep,
+ but it adds around 1k of code.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_FANCY_SLEEP
bool "Enable multiple arguments and s/m/h/d suffixes"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_SLEEP
- help
- Allow sleep to pause for specified minutes, hours, and days.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_FLOAT_SLEEP
- bool "Enable fractional arguments"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_FANCY_SLEEP
+ depends on BUSYBOX_SLEEP
help
- Allow for fractional numeric parameters.
-
+ Allow sleep to pause for specified minutes, hours, and days.
config BUSYBOX_SORT
- bool "sort"
- default n
+ bool "sort (7.7 kb)"
+ default y
help
- sort is used to sort lines of text in specified files.
+ sort is used to sort lines of text in specified files.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SORT_BIG
- bool "Full SuSv3 compliant sort (support -ktcsbdfiozgM)"
+ bool "Full SuSv3 compliant sort (support -ktcbdfiogM)"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_SORT
help
- Without this, sort only supports -r, -u, and an integer version
- of -n. Selecting this adds sort keys, floating point support, and
- more. This adds a little over 3k to a nonstatic build on x86.
+ Without this, sort only supports -rusz, and an integer version
+ of -n. Selecting this adds sort keys, floating point support, and
+ more. This adds a little over 3k to a nonstatic build on x86.
- The SuSv3 sort standard is available at:
- http://www.opengroup.org/onlinepubs/007904975/utilities/sort.html
+ The SuSv3 sort standard is available at:
+ http://www.opengroup.org/onlinepubs/007904975/utilities/sort.html
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SORT_OPTIMIZE_MEMORY
bool "Use less memory (but might be slower)"
@@ -821,219 +602,305 @@ config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SORT_OPTIMIZE_MEMORY
help
Attempt to use less memory (by storing only one copy
of duplicated lines, and such). Useful if you work on huge files.
-
config BUSYBOX_SPLIT
- bool "split"
- default n
+ bool "split (5 kb)"
+ default y
help
- split a file into pieces.
+ Split a file into pieces.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SPLIT_FANCY
bool "Fancy extensions"
- default n
+ default y
depends on BUSYBOX_SPLIT
help
- Add support for features not required by SUSv3.
- Supports additional suffixes 'b' for 512 bytes,
- 'g' for 1GiB for the -b option.
-
+ Add support for features not required by SUSv3.
+ Supports additional suffixes 'b' for 512 bytes,
+ 'g' for 1GiB for the -b option.
config BUSYBOX_STAT
- bool "stat"
- default n
- select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX # statfs()
+ bool "stat (11 kb)"
+ default y
help
- display file or filesystem status.
+ display file or filesystem status.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_STAT_FORMAT
bool "Enable custom formats (-c)"
- default n
+ default y
depends on BUSYBOX_STAT
help
- Without this, stat will not support the '-c format' option where
- users can pass a custom format string for output. This adds about
- 7k to a nonstatic build on amd64.
+ Without this, stat will not support the '-c format' option where
+ users can pass a custom format string for output. This adds about
+ 7k to a nonstatic build on amd64.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_STAT_FILESYSTEM
bool "Enable display of filesystem status (-f)"
- default n
+ default y
depends on BUSYBOX_STAT
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX # statfs()
help
- Without this, stat will not support the '-f' option to display
- information about filesystem status.
-
+ Without this, stat will not support the '-f' option to display
+ information about filesystem status.
config BUSYBOX_STTY
- bool "stty"
- default n
+ bool "stty (8.9 kb)"
+ default y
help
- stty is used to change and print terminal line settings.
-
+ stty is used to change and print terminal line settings.
config BUSYBOX_SUM
- bool "sum"
- default n
+ bool "sum (4 kb)"
+ default y
help
- checksum and count the blocks in a file
-
+ checksum and count the blocks in a file
config BUSYBOX_SYNC
- bool "sync"
- default n
+ bool "sync (3.8 kb)"
+ default y
help
- sync is used to flush filesystem buffers.
-
+ sync is used to flush filesystem buffers.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SYNC_FANCY
- bool "Enable -d and -f flags (requres syncfs(2) in libc)"
- default n
+ bool "Enable -d and -f flags (requires syncfs(2) in libc)"
+ default y
depends on BUSYBOX_SYNC
help
- sync -d FILE... executes fdatasync() on each FILE.
- sync -f FILE... executes syncfs() on each FILE.
-
+ sync -d FILE... executes fdatasync() on each FILE.
+ sync -f FILE... executes syncfs() on each FILE.
+config BUSYBOX_FSYNC
+ bool "fsync (3.6 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ fsync is used to flush file-related cached blocks to disk.
config BUSYBOX_TAC
- bool "tac"
- default n
+ bool "tac (3.9 kb)"
+ default y
help
- tac is used to concatenate and print files in reverse.
-
+ tac is used to concatenate and print files in reverse.
config BUSYBOX_TAIL
- bool "tail"
- default n
+ bool "tail (6.8 kb)"
+ default y
help
- tail is used to print the last specified number of lines
- from files.
+ tail is used to print the last specified number of lines
+ from files.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_FANCY_TAIL
- bool "Enable extra tail options (-q, -s, -v, and -F)"
- default n
+ bool "Enable -q, -s, -v, and -F options"
+ default y
depends on BUSYBOX_TAIL
help
- The options (-q, -s, and -v) are provided by GNU tail, but
- are not specific in the SUSv3 standard.
-
- -q Never output headers giving file names
- -s SEC Wait SEC seconds between reads with -f
- -v Always output headers giving file names
-
+ These options are provided by GNU tail, but
+ are not specified in the SUSv3 standard:
+ -q Never output headers giving file names
+ -s SEC Wait SEC seconds between reads with -f
+ -v Always output headers giving file names
+ -F Same as -f, but keep retrying
config BUSYBOX_TEE
- bool "tee"
- default n
+ bool "tee (4.2 kb)"
+ default y
help
- tee is used to read from standard input and write
- to standard output and files.
+ tee is used to read from standard input and write
+ to standard output and files.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TEE_USE_BLOCK_IO
bool "Enable block I/O (larger/faster) instead of byte I/O"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_TEE
help
- Enable this option for a faster tee, at expense of size.
+ Enable this option for a faster tee, at expense of size.
+config BUSYBOX_TEST
+ bool "test (4.1 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ test is used to check file types and compare values,
+ returning an appropriate exit code. The bash shell
+ has test built in, ash can build it in optionally.
-config BUSYBOX_TRUE
- bool "true"
- default n
+config BUSYBOX_TEST1
+ bool "test as ["
+ default y
help
- true returns an exit code of TRUE (0).
+ Provide test command in the "[ EXPR ]" form
-config BUSYBOX_TTY
- bool "tty"
- default n
+config BUSYBOX_TEST2
+ bool "test as [["
+ default y
+ help
+ Provide test command in the "[[ EXPR ]]" form
+
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TEST_64
+ bool "Extend test to 64 bit"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_TEST || BUSYBOX_TEST1 || BUSYBOX_TEST2 || BUSYBOX_ASH_TEST || BUSYBOX_HUSH_TEST
+ help
+ Enable 64-bit support in test.
+config BUSYBOX_TIMEOUT
+ bool "timeout (6 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ Runs a program and watches it. If it does not terminate in
+ specified number of seconds, it is sent a signal.
+config BUSYBOX_TOUCH
+ bool "touch (5.9 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ touch is used to create or change the access and/or
+ modification timestamp of specified files.
+
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TOUCH_NODEREF
+ bool "Add support for -h"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_TOUCH
+ help
+ Enable touch to have the -h option.
+ This requires libc support for lutimes() function.
+
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TOUCH_SUSV3
+ bool "Add support for SUSV3 features (-d -t -r)"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_TOUCH
help
- tty is used to print the name of the current terminal to
- standard output.
+ Enable touch to use a reference file or a given date/time argument.
+config BUSYBOX_TR
+ bool "tr (5.1 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ tr is used to squeeze, and/or delete characters from standard
+ input, writing to standard output.
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TR_CLASSES
+ bool "Enable character classes (such as [:upper:])"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_TR
+ help
+ Enable character classes, enabling commands such as:
+ tr [:upper:] [:lower:] to convert input into lowercase.
+
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TR_EQUIV
+ bool "Enable equivalence classes"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_TR
+ help
+ Enable equivalence classes, which essentially add the enclosed
+ character to the current set. For instance, tr [=a=] xyz would
+ replace all instances of 'a' with 'xyz'. This option is mainly
+ useful for cases when no other way of expressing a character
+ is possible.
+config BUSYBOX_TRUE
+ bool "true (tiny)"
+ default y
+ help
+ true returns an exit code of TRUE (0).
+config BUSYBOX_TRUNCATE
+ bool "truncate (4.2 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ truncate truncates files to a given size. If a file does
+ not exist, it is created unless told otherwise.
+config BUSYBOX_TTY
+ bool "tty (3.6 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ tty is used to print the name of the current terminal to
+ standard output.
config BUSYBOX_UNAME
- bool "uname"
+ bool "uname (3.9 kb)"
default y
help
- uname is used to print system information.
+ uname is used to print system information.
config BUSYBOX_UNAME_OSNAME
string "Operating system name"
default "GNU/Linux"
depends on BUSYBOX_UNAME
help
- Sets the operating system name reported by uname -o. The
- default is "GNU/Linux".
+ Sets the operating system name reported by uname -o. The
+ default is "GNU/Linux".
config BUSYBOX_BB_ARCH
bool "arch (1.1 kb)"
- default n
+ default y
help
Same as uname -m.
-
-config BUSYBOX_UNEXPAND
- bool "unexpand"
- default n
- help
- By default, convert only leading sequences of blanks to tabs.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_UNEXPAND_LONG_OPTIONS
- bool "Enable long options"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_UNEXPAND && BUSYBOX_LONG_OPTS
- help
- Support long options for the unexpand applet.
-
config BUSYBOX_UNIQ
- bool "uniq"
- default n
+ bool "uniq (4.9 kb)"
+ default y
help
- uniq is used to remove duplicate lines from a sorted file.
-
+ uniq is used to remove duplicate lines from a sorted file.
+config BUSYBOX_UNLINK
+ bool "unlink (3.2 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ unlink deletes a file by calling unlink()
config BUSYBOX_USLEEP
- bool "usleep"
- default n
+ bool "usleep (1.3 kb)"
+ default y
help
- usleep is used to pause for a specified number of microseconds.
-
+ usleep is used to pause for a specified number of microseconds.
config BUSYBOX_UUDECODE
- bool "uudecode"
- default n
+ bool "uudecode (5.8 kb)"
+ default y
help
- uudecode is used to decode a uuencoded file.
-
+ uudecode is used to decode a uuencoded file.
+config BUSYBOX_BASE64
+ bool "base64 (4.9 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ Base64 encode and decode
config BUSYBOX_UUENCODE
- bool "uuencode"
- default n
+ bool "uuencode (4.4 kb)"
+ default y
help
- uuencode is used to uuencode a file.
-
+ uuencode is used to uuencode a file.
config BUSYBOX_WC
- bool "wc"
- default n
+ bool "wc (4.5 kb)"
+ default y
help
- wc is used to print the number of bytes, words, and lines,
- in specified files.
+ wc is used to print the number of bytes, words, and lines,
+ in specified files.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_WC_LARGE
- bool "Support very large files in wc"
- default n
+ bool "Support very large counts"
+ default y
depends on BUSYBOX_WC
help
- Use "unsigned long long" in wc for counter variables.
+ Use "unsigned long long" for counter variables.
+config BUSYBOX_WHO
+ bool "who (3.9 kb)"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_UTMP
+ help
+ Print users currently logged on.
-config BUSYBOX_WHOAMI
- bool "whoami"
- default n
+config BUSYBOX_W
+ bool "w (3.8 kb)"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_UTMP
help
- whoami is used to print the username of the current
- user id (same as id -un).
+ Print users currently logged on.
+config BUSYBOX_USERS
+ bool "users (3.4 kb)"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_UTMP
+ help
+ Print users currently logged on.
+config BUSYBOX_WHOAMI
+ bool "whoami (3.2 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ whoami is used to print the username of the current
+ user id (same as id -un).
config BUSYBOX_YES
- bool "yes"
- default n
+ bool "yes (1.2 kb)"
+ default y
help
- yes is used to repeatedly output a specific string, or
- the default string `y'.
+ yes is used to repeatedly output a specific string, or
+ the default string 'y'.
comment "Common options"
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VERBOSE
bool "Support verbose options (usually -v) for various applets"
- default n
+ default y
help
- Enable cp -v, rm -v and similar messages.
- Also enables long option (--verbose) if it exists.
- Without this option, -v is accepted but ignored.
+ Enable cp -v, rm -v and similar messages.
+ Also enables long option (--verbose) if it exists.
+ Without this option, -v is accepted but ignored.
comment "Common options for cp and mv"
depends on BUSYBOX_CP || BUSYBOX_MV
@@ -1043,43 +910,16 @@ config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_PRESERVE_HARDLINKS
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_CP || BUSYBOX_MV
help
- Allow cp and mv to preserve hard links.
-
-comment "Common options for ls, more and telnet"
- depends on BUSYBOX_LS || BUSYBOX_MORE || BUSYBOX_TELNET
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_AUTOWIDTH
- bool "Calculate terminal & column widths"
- default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_LS || BUSYBOX_MORE || BUSYBOX_TELNET
- help
- This option allows utilities such as 'ls', 'more' and 'telnet'
- to determine the width of the screen, which can allow them to
- display additional text or avoid wrapping text onto the next line.
- If you leave this disabled, your utilities will be especially
- primitive and will be unable to determine the current screen width.
+ Allow cp and mv to preserve hard links.
comment "Common options for df, du, ls"
depends on BUSYBOX_DF || BUSYBOX_DU || BUSYBOX_LS
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_HUMAN_READABLE
- bool "Support for human readable output (example 13k, 23M, 235G)"
+ bool "Support human readable output (example 13k, 23M, 235G)"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_DF || BUSYBOX_DU || BUSYBOX_LS
help
- Allow df, du, and ls to have human readable output.
-
-comment "Common options for md5sum, sha1sum, sha256sum, sha512sum, sha3sum"
- depends on BUSYBOX_MD5SUM || BUSYBOX_SHA1SUM || BUSYBOX_SHA256SUM || BUSYBOX_SHA512SUM || BUSYBOX_SHA3SUM
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MD5_SHA1_SUM_CHECK
- bool "Enable -c, -s and -w options"
- default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_MD5SUM || BUSYBOX_SHA1SUM || BUSYBOX_SHA256SUM || BUSYBOX_SHA512SUM || BUSYBOX_SHA3SUM
- help
- Enabling the -c options allows files to be checked
- against pre-calculated hash values.
-
- -s and -w are useful options when verifying checksums.
+ Allow df, du, and ls to have human readable output.
endmenu
diff --git a/package/busybox/config/debianutils/Config.in b/package/busybox/config/debianutils/Config.in
index d48a2aa..d215deb 100644
--- a/package/busybox/config/debianutils/Config.in
+++ b/package/busybox/config/debianutils/Config.in
@@ -1,84 +1,70 @@
# DO NOT EDIT. This file is generated from Config.src
#
# For a description of the syntax of this configuration file,
-# see scripts/kbuild/config-language.txt.
+# see docs/Kconfig-language.txt.
#
menu "Debian Utilities"
-config BUSYBOX_MKTEMP
- bool "mktemp"
- default n
- help
- mktemp is used to create unique temporary files
-
config BUSYBOX_PIPE_PROGRESS
- bool "pipe_progress"
- default n
+ bool "pipe_progress (275 bytes)"
+ default y
help
- Display a dot to indicate pipe activity.
-
+ Display a dot to indicate pipe activity.
config BUSYBOX_RUN_PARTS
- bool "run-parts"
- default n
+ bool "run-parts (6.1 kb)"
+ default y
help
- run-parts is a utility designed to run all the scripts in a directory.
+ run-parts is a utility designed to run all the scripts in a directory.
- It is useful to set up a directory like cron.daily, where you need to
- execute all the scripts in that directory.
+ It is useful to set up a directory like cron.daily, where you need to
+ execute all the scripts in that directory.
- In this implementation of run-parts some features (such as report
- mode) are not implemented.
+ In this implementation of run-parts some features (such as report
+ mode) are not implemented.
- Unless you know that run-parts is used in some of your scripts
- you can safely say N here.
+ Unless you know that run-parts is used in some of your scripts
+ you can safely say N here.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_RUN_PARTS_LONG_OPTIONS
bool "Enable long options"
- default n
+ default y
depends on BUSYBOX_RUN_PARTS && BUSYBOX_LONG_OPTS
- help
- Support long options for the run-parts applet.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_RUN_PARTS_FANCY
bool "Support additional arguments"
- default n
+ default y
depends on BUSYBOX_RUN_PARTS
help
- Support additional options:
- -l --list print the names of the all matching files (not
- limited to executables), but don't actually run them.
-
+ Support additional options:
+ -l --list print the names of the all matching files (not
+ limited to executables), but don't actually run them.
config BUSYBOX_START_STOP_DAEMON
- bool "start-stop-daemon"
- default n
+ bool "start-stop-daemon (12 kb)"
+ default y
help
- start-stop-daemon is used to control the creation and
- termination of system-level processes, usually the ones
- started during the startup of the system.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_START_STOP_DAEMON_FANCY
- bool "Support additional arguments"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_START_STOP_DAEMON
- help
- Support additional arguments.
- -o|--oknodo ignored since we exit with 0 anyway
- -v|--verbose
- -N|--nicelevel N
+ start-stop-daemon is used to control the creation and
+ termination of system-level processes, usually the ones
+ started during the startup of the system.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_START_STOP_DAEMON_LONG_OPTIONS
bool "Enable long options"
- default n
+ default y
depends on BUSYBOX_START_STOP_DAEMON && BUSYBOX_LONG_OPTS
- help
- Support long options for the start-stop-daemon applet.
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_START_STOP_DAEMON_FANCY
+ bool "Support additional arguments"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_START_STOP_DAEMON
+ help
+ -o|--oknodo ignored since we exit with 0 anyway
+ -v|--verbose
+ -N|--nicelevel N
config BUSYBOX_WHICH
- bool "which"
- default n
+ bool "which (3.8 kb)"
+ default y
help
- which is used to find programs in your PATH and
- print out their pathnames.
+ which is used to find programs in your PATH and
+ print out their pathnames.
endmenu
diff --git a/package/busybox/config/e2fsprogs/Config.in b/package/busybox/config/e2fsprogs/Config.in
index 6e7755d..dbf2737 100644
--- a/package/busybox/config/e2fsprogs/Config.in
+++ b/package/busybox/config/e2fsprogs/Config.in
@@ -1,16 +1,35 @@
# DO NOT EDIT. This file is generated from Config.src
#
# For a description of the syntax of this configuration file,
-# see scripts/kbuild/config-language.txt.
+# see docs/Kconfig-language.txt.
#
menu "Linux Ext2 FS Progs"
config BUSYBOX_CHATTR
- bool "chattr"
- default n
+ bool "chattr (3.8 kb)"
+ default y
help
- chattr changes the file attributes on a second extended file system.
+ chattr changes the file attributes on a second extended file system.
+config BUSYBOX_FSCK
+ bool "fsck (7.4 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ fsck is used to check and optionally repair one or more filesystems.
+ In actuality, fsck is simply a front-end for the various file system
+ checkers (fsck.fstype) available under Linux.
+config BUSYBOX_LSATTR
+ bool "lsattr (5.5 kb)"
+ default y
+ select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
+ help
+ lsattr lists the file attributes on a second extended file system.
+config BUSYBOX_TUNE2FS
+ bool "tune2fs (4.4 kb)"
+ default n # off: it is too limited compared to upstream version
+ help
+ tune2fs allows the system administrator to adjust various tunable
+ filesystem parameters on Linux ext2/ext3 filesystems.
### config E2FSCK
### bool "e2fsck"
@@ -21,35 +40,13 @@ config BUSYBOX_CHATTR
### The normal compat symlinks 'fsck.ext2' and 'fsck.ext3' are also
### provided.
-config BUSYBOX_FSCK
- bool "fsck"
- default n
- help
- fsck is used to check and optionally repair one or more filesystems.
- In actuality, fsck is simply a front-end for the various file system
- checkers (fsck.fstype) available under Linux.
-
-config BUSYBOX_LSATTR
- bool "lsattr"
- default n
- select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
- help
- lsattr lists the file attributes on a second extended file system.
-
-### config MKE2FS
+### config BUSYBOX_MKE2FS
### bool "mke2fs"
### default y
### help
### mke2fs is used to create an ext2/ext3 filesystem. The normal compat
### symlinks 'mkfs.ext2' and 'mkfs.ext3' are also provided.
-config BUSYBOX_TUNE2FS
- bool "tune2fs"
- default n # off: it is too limited compared to upstream version
- help
- tune2fs allows the system administrator to adjust various tunable
- filesystem parameters on Linux ext2/ext3 filesystems.
-
### config E2LABEL
### bool "e2label"
### default y
@@ -59,7 +56,7 @@ config BUSYBOX_TUNE2FS
### filesystem located on device.
### NB: this one is now provided by util-linux/volume_id/*
-### config FINDFS
+### config BUSYBOX_FINDFS
### bool "findfs"
### default y
### depends on BUSYBOX_TUNE2FS
diff --git a/package/busybox/config/e2fsprogs/old_e2fsprogs/Config.in b/package/busybox/config/e2fsprogs/old_e2fsprogs/Config.in
deleted file mode 100644
index 2146bb9..0000000
--- a/package/busybox/config/e2fsprogs/old_e2fsprogs/Config.in
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,69 +0,0 @@
-# DO NOT EDIT. This file is generated from Config.src
-#
-# For a description of the syntax of this configuration file,
-# see scripts/kbuild/config-language.txt.
-#
-
-menu "Linux Ext2 FS Progs"
-
-
-config BUSYBOX_CHATTR
- bool "chattr"
- default n
- help
- chattr changes the file attributes on a second extended file system.
-
-config BUSYBOX_E2FSCK
- bool "e2fsck"
- default n
- help
- e2fsck is used to check Linux second extended file systems (ext2fs).
- e2fsck also supports ext2 filesystems countaining a journal (ext3).
- The normal compat symlinks 'fsck.ext2' and 'fsck.ext3' are also
- provided.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FSCK
- bool "fsck"
- default n
- help
- fsck is used to check and optionally repair one or more filesystems.
- In actuality, fsck is simply a front-end for the various file system
- checkers (fsck.fstype) available under Linux.
-
-config BUSYBOX_LSATTR
- bool "lsattr"
- default n
- help
- lsattr lists the file attributes on a second extended file system.
-
-config BUSYBOX_MKE2FS
- bool "mke2fs"
- default n
- help
- mke2fs is used to create an ext2/ext3 filesystem. The normal compat
- symlinks 'mkfs.ext2' and 'mkfs.ext3' are also provided.
-
-config BUSYBOX_TUNE2FS
- bool "tune2fs"
- default n
- help
- tune2fs allows the system administrator to adjust various tunable
- filesystem parameters on Linux ext2/ext3 filesystems.
-
-config BUSYBOX_E2LABEL
- bool "e2label"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_TUNE2FS
- help
- e2label will display or change the filesystem label on the ext2
- filesystem located on device.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FINDFS
- bool "findfs"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_TUNE2FS
- help
- findfs will search the disks in the system looking for a filesystem
- which has a label matching label or a UUID equal to uuid.
-
-endmenu
diff --git a/package/busybox/config/editors/Config.in b/package/busybox/config/editors/Config.in
index 5c6b8a8..3e48e37 100644
--- a/package/busybox/config/editors/Config.in
+++ b/package/busybox/config/editors/Config.in
@@ -1,152 +1,207 @@
# DO NOT EDIT. This file is generated from Config.src
#
# For a description of the syntax of this configuration file,
-# see scripts/kbuild/config-language.txt.
+# see docs/Kconfig-language.txt.
#
menu "Editors"
-config BUSYBOX_PATCH
- bool "patch"
- depends on !BUSYBOX_DISABLE_PATCH
- default n
+config BUSYBOX_AWK
+ bool "awk (23 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ Awk is used as a pattern scanning and processing language.
+
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_AWK_LIBM
+ bool "Enable math functions (requires libm)"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_AWK
help
- Apply a unified diff formatted patch.
+ Enable math functions of the Awk programming language.
+ NOTE: This requires libm to be present for linking.
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_AWK_GNU_EXTENSIONS
+ bool "Enable a few GNU extensions"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_AWK
+ help
+ Enable a few features from gawk:
+ * command line option -e AWK_PROGRAM
+ * simultaneous use of -f and -e on the command line.
+ This enables the use of awk library files.
+ Example: awk -f mylib.awk -e '{print myfunction($1);}' ...
+config BUSYBOX_CMP
+ bool "cmp (4.9 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ cmp is used to compare two files and returns the result
+ to standard output.
+config BUSYBOX_DIFF
+ bool "diff (13 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ diff compares two files or directories and outputs the
+ differences between them in a form that can be given to
+ the patch command.
+
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_DIFF_LONG_OPTIONS
+ bool "Enable long options"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_DIFF && BUSYBOX_LONG_OPTS
+
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_DIFF_DIR
+ bool "Enable directory support"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_DIFF
+ help
+ This option enables support for directory and subdirectory
+ comparison.
+config BUSYBOX_ED
+ bool "ed (21 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ The original 1970's Unix text editor, from the days of teletypes.
+ Small, simple, evil. Part of SUSv3. If you're not already using
+ this, you don't need it.
+config BUSYBOX_PATCH
+ bool "patch (9.4 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ Apply a unified diff formatted patch.
+config BUSYBOX_SED
+ bool "sed (12 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ sed is used to perform text transformations on a file
+ or input from a pipeline.
config BUSYBOX_VI
- bool "vi"
+ bool "vi (23 kb)"
default y
help
- 'vi' is a text editor. More specifically, it is the One True
- text editor <grin>. It does, however, have a rather steep
- learning curve. If you are not already comfortable with 'vi'
- you may wish to use something else.
+ 'vi' is a text editor. More specifically, it is the One True
+ text editor <grin>. It does, however, have a rather steep
+ learning curve. If you are not already comfortable with 'vi'
+ you may wish to use something else.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VI_MAX_LEN
- int "Maximum screen width in vi"
+ int "Maximum screen width"
range 256 16384
default 4096
depends on BUSYBOX_VI
help
- Contrary to what you may think, this is not eating much.
- Make it smaller than 4k only if you are very limited on memory.
+ Contrary to what you may think, this is not eating much.
+ Make it smaller than 4k only if you are very limited on memory.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VI_8BIT
- bool "Allow vi to display 8-bit chars (otherwise shows dots)"
+ bool "Allow to display 8-bit chars (otherwise shows dots)"
default n
depends on BUSYBOX_VI
help
- If your terminal can display characters with high bit set,
- you may want to enable this. Note: vi is not Unicode-capable.
- If your terminal combines several 8-bit bytes into one character
- (as in Unicode mode), this will not work properly.
+ If your terminal can display characters with high bit set,
+ you may want to enable this. Note: vi is not Unicode-capable.
+ If your terminal combines several 8-bit bytes into one character
+ (as in Unicode mode), this will not work properly.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VI_COLON
bool "Enable \":\" colon commands (no \"ex\" mode)"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_VI
help
- Enable a limited set of colon commands for vi. This does not
- provide an "ex" mode.
+ Enable a limited set of colon commands. This does not
+ provide an "ex" mode.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VI_YANKMARK
bool "Enable yank/put commands and mark cmds"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_VI
help
- This will enable you to use yank and put, as well as mark in
- busybox vi.
+ This enables you to use yank and put, as well as mark.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VI_SEARCH
bool "Enable search and replace cmds"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_VI
help
- Select this if you wish to be able to do search and replace in
- busybox vi.
+ Select this if you wish to be able to do search and replace.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VI_REGEX_SEARCH
bool "Enable regex in search and replace"
default n # Uses GNU regex, which may be unavailable. FIXME
depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VI_SEARCH
help
- Use extended regex search.
+ Use extended regex search.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VI_USE_SIGNALS
bool "Catch signals"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_VI
help
- Selecting this option will make busybox vi signal aware. This will
- make busybox vi support SIGWINCH to deal with Window Changes, catch
- Ctrl-Z and Ctrl-C and alarms.
+ Selecting this option will make vi signal aware. This will support
+ SIGWINCH to deal with Window Changes, catch ^Z and ^C and alarms.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VI_DOT_CMD
bool "Remember previous cmd and \".\" cmd"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_VI
help
- Make busybox vi remember the last command and be able to repeat it.
+ Make vi remember the last command and be able to repeat it.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VI_READONLY
bool "Enable -R option and \"view\" mode"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_VI
help
- Enable the read-only command line option, which allows the user to
- open a file in read-only mode.
+ Enable the read-only command line option, which allows the user to
+ open a file in read-only mode.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VI_SETOPTS
- bool "Enable set-able options, ai ic showmatch"
+ bool "Enable settable options, ai ic showmatch"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_VI
help
- Enable the editor to set some (ai, ic, showmatch) options.
+ Enable the editor to set some (ai, ic, showmatch) options.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VI_SET
- bool "Support for :set"
+ bool "Support :set"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_VI
- help
- Support for ":set".
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VI_WIN_RESIZE
bool "Handle window resize"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_VI
help
- Make busybox vi behave nicely with terminals that get resized.
+ Behave nicely with terminals that get resized.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VI_ASK_TERMINAL
bool "Use 'tell me cursor position' ESC sequence to measure window"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_VI
help
- If terminal size can't be retrieved and $LINES/$COLUMNS are not set,
- this option makes vi perform a last-ditch effort to find it:
- position cursor to 999,999 and ask terminal to report real
- cursor position using "ESC [ 6 n" escape sequence, then read stdin.
-
- This is not clean but helps a lot on serial lines and such.
+ If terminal size can't be retrieved and $LINES/$COLUMNS are not set,
+ this option makes vi perform a last-ditch effort to find it:
+ position cursor to 999,999 and ask terminal to report real
+ cursor position using "ESC [ 6 n" escape sequence, then read stdin.
+ This is not clean but helps a lot on serial lines and such.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VI_UNDO
- bool "Support undo command 'u'"
+ bool "Support undo command \"u\""
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_VI
help
- Support the 'u' command to undo insertion, deletion, and replacement
- of text.
+ Support the 'u' command to undo insertion, deletion, and replacement
+ of text.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VI_UNDO_QUEUE
bool "Enable undo operation queuing"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VI_UNDO
help
- The vi undo functions can use an intermediate queue to greatly lower
- malloc() calls and overhead. When the maximum size of this queue is
- reached, the contents of the queue are committed to the undo stack.
- This increases the size of the undo code and allows some undo
- operations (especially un-typing/backspacing) to be far more useful.
+ The vi undo functions can use an intermediate queue to greatly lower
+ malloc() calls and overhead. When the maximum size of this queue is
+ reached, the contents of the queue are committed to the undo stack.
+ This increases the size of the undo code and allows some undo
+ operations (especially un-typing/backspacing) to be far more useful.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VI_UNDO_QUEUE_MAX
int "Maximum undo character queue size"
@@ -154,94 +209,20 @@ config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VI_UNDO_QUEUE_MAX
range 32 65536
depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VI_UNDO_QUEUE
help
- This option sets the number of bytes used at runtime for the queue.
- Smaller values will create more undo objects and reduce the amount
- of typed or backspaced characters that are grouped into one undo
- operation; larger values increase the potential size of each undo
- and will generally malloc() larger objects and less frequently.
- Unless you want more (or less) frequent "undo points" while typing,
- you should probably leave this unchanged.
-
-config BUSYBOX_AWK
- bool "awk"
- default n
- help
- Awk is used as a pattern scanning and processing language. This is
- the BusyBox implementation of that programming language.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_AWK_LIBM
- bool "Enable math functions (requires libm)"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_AWK
- help
- Enable math functions of the Awk programming language.
- NOTE: This will require libm to be present for linking.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_AWK_GNU_EXTENSIONS
- bool "Enable a few GNU extensions"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_AWK
- help
- Enable a few features from gawk:
- * command line option -e AWK_PROGRAM
- * simultaneous use of -f and -e on the command line.
- This enables the use of awk library files.
- Ex: awk -f mylib.awk -e '{print myfunction($1);}' ...
-
-config BUSYBOX_CMP
- bool "cmp"
- default n
- help
- cmp is used to compare two files and returns the result
- to standard output.
-
-config BUSYBOX_DIFF
- bool "diff"
- depends on !BUSYBOX_DISABLE_DIFF
- default n
- help
- diff compares two files or directories and outputs the
- differences between them in a form that can be given to
- the patch command.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_DIFF_LONG_OPTIONS
- bool "Enable long options"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_DIFF && BUSYBOX_LONG_OPTS
- help
- Enable use of long options.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_DIFF_DIR
- bool "Enable directory support"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_DIFF
- help
- This option enables support for directory and subdirectory
- comparison.
-
-config BUSYBOX_ED
- bool "ed"
- depends on !BUSYBOX_DISABLE_ED
- default n
- help
- The original 1970's Unix text editor, from the days of teletypes.
- Small, simple, evil. Part of SUSv3. If you're not already using
- this, you don't need it.
-
-config BUSYBOX_SED
- bool "sed"
- depends on !BUSYBOX_DISABLE_SED
- default n
- help
- sed is used to perform text transformations on a file
- or input from a pipeline.
+ This option sets the number of bytes used at runtime for the queue.
+ Smaller values will create more undo objects and reduce the amount
+ of typed or backspaced characters that are grouped into one undo
+ operation; larger values increase the potential size of each undo
+ and will generally malloc() larger objects and less frequently.
+ Unless you want more (or less) frequent "undo points" while typing,
+ you should probably leave this unchanged.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_ALLOW_EXEC
bool "Allow vi and awk to execute shell commands"
- default n
+ default y
depends on BUSYBOX_VI || BUSYBOX_AWK
help
- Enables vi and awk features which allows user to execute
- shell commands (using system() C call).
+ Enables vi and awk features which allow user to execute
+ shell commands (using system() C call).
endmenu
diff --git a/package/busybox/config/findutils/Config.in b/package/busybox/config/findutils/Config.in
index 09c30f6..8a81483 100644
--- a/package/busybox/config/findutils/Config.in
+++ b/package/busybox/config/findutils/Config.in
@@ -1,58 +1,55 @@
# DO NOT EDIT. This file is generated from Config.src
#
# For a description of the syntax of this configuration file,
-# see scripts/kbuild/config-language.txt.
+# see docs/Kconfig-language.txt.
#
menu "Finding Utilities"
config BUSYBOX_FIND
- bool "find"
- depends on !BUSYBOX_DISABLE_FIND
+ bool "find (14 kb)"
default y
help
- find is used to search your system to find specified files.
+ find is used to search your system to find specified files.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_FIND_PRINT0
bool "Enable -print0: NUL-terminated output"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_FIND
help
- Causes output names to be separated by a NUL character
- rather than a newline. This allows names that contain
- newlines and other whitespace to be more easily
- interpreted by other programs.
+ Causes output names to be separated by a NUL character
+ rather than a newline. This allows names that contain
+ newlines and other whitespace to be more easily
+ interpreted by other programs.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_FIND_MTIME
bool "Enable -mtime: modified time matching"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_FIND
help
- Allow searching based on the modification time of
- files, in days.
+ Allow searching based on the modification time of
+ files, in days.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_FIND_MMIN
bool "Enable -mmin: modified time matching by minutes"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_FIND
help
- Allow searching based on the modification time of
- files, in minutes.
+ Allow searching based on the modification time of
+ files, in minutes.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_FIND_PERM
bool "Enable -perm: permissions matching"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_FIND
- help
- Enable searching based on file permissions.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_FIND_TYPE
bool "Enable -type: file type matching (file/dir/link/...)"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_FIND
help
- Enable searching based on file type (file,
- directory, socket, device, etc.).
+ Enable searching based on file type (file,
+ directory, socket, device, etc.).
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_FIND_EXECUTABLE
bool "Enable -executable: file is executable"
@@ -63,108 +60,88 @@ config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_FIND_XDEV
bool "Enable -xdev: 'stay in filesystem'"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_FIND
- help
- This option allows find to restrict searches to a single filesystem.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_FIND_MAXDEPTH
bool "Enable -mindepth N and -maxdepth N"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_FIND
- help
- This option enables -mindepth N and -maxdepth N option.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_FIND_NEWER
bool "Enable -newer: compare file modification times"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_FIND
help
- Support the 'find -newer' option for finding any files which have
- modification time that is more recent than the specified FILE.
+ Support the 'find -newer' option for finding any files which have
+ modification time that is more recent than the specified FILE.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_FIND_INUM
bool "Enable -inum: inode number matching"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_FIND
- help
- Support the 'find -inum' option for searching by inode number.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_FIND_EMPTY
- bool "Enable -empty option matching empty files and directories"
- default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_FIND
- help
- Support the 'find -empty' option for searching empty files
- and directories.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_FIND_EXEC
bool "Enable -exec: execute commands"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_FIND
help
- Support the 'find -exec' option for executing commands based upon
- the files matched.
+ Support the 'find -exec' option for executing commands based upon
+ the files matched.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_FIND_EXEC_PLUS
bool "Enable -exec ... {} +"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_FIND_EXEC
help
- Support the 'find -exec ... {} +' option for executing commands
- for all matched files at once.
- Without this option, -exec + is a synonym for -exec ;
- (IOW: it works correctly, but without expected speedup)
+ Support the 'find -exec ... {} +' option for executing commands
+ for all matched files at once.
+ Without this option, -exec + is a synonym for -exec ;
+ (IOW: it works correctly, but without expected speedup)
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_FIND_USER
bool "Enable -user: username/uid matching"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_FIND
- help
- Support the 'find -user' option for searching by username or uid.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_FIND_GROUP
bool "Enable -group: group/gid matching"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_FIND
- help
- Support the 'find -group' option for searching by group name or gid.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_FIND_NOT
bool "Enable the 'not' (!) operator"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_FIND
help
- Support the '!' operator to invert the test results.
- If 'Enable full-blown desktop' is enabled, then will also support
- the non-POSIX notation '-not'.
+ Support the '!' operator to invert the test results.
+ If 'Enable full-blown desktop' is enabled, then will also support
+ the non-POSIX notation '-not'.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_FIND_DEPTH
bool "Enable -depth"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_FIND
help
- Process each directory's contents before the directory itself.
+ Process each directory's contents before the directory itself.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_FIND_PAREN
bool "Enable parens in options"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_FIND
help
- Enable usage of parens '(' to specify logical order of arguments.
+ Enable usage of parens '(' to specify logical order of arguments.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_FIND_SIZE
bool "Enable -size: file size matching"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_FIND
- help
- Support the 'find -size' option for searching by file size.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_FIND_PRUNE
bool "Enable -prune: exclude subdirectories"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_FIND
help
- If the file is a directory, dont descend into it. Useful for
- exclusion .svn and CVS directories.
+ If the file is a directory, don't descend into it. Useful for
+ exclusion .svn and CVS directories.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_FIND_QUIT
bool "Enable -quit: exit"
@@ -178,113 +155,116 @@ config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_FIND_DELETE
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_FIND && BUSYBOX_FEATURE_FIND_DEPTH
help
- Support the 'find -delete' option for deleting files and directories.
- WARNING: This option can do much harm if used wrong. Busybox will not
- try to protect the user from doing stupid things. Use with care.
+ Support the 'find -delete' option for deleting files and directories.
+ WARNING: This option can do much harm if used wrong. Busybox will not
+ try to protect the user from doing stupid things. Use with care.
+
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_FIND_EMPTY
+ bool "Enable -empty: match empty files or directories"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_FIND
+ help
+ Support the 'find -empty' option to find empty regular files
+ or directories.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_FIND_PATH
bool "Enable -path: match pathname with shell pattern"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_FIND
help
- The -path option matches whole pathname instead of just filename.
+ The -path option matches whole pathname instead of just filename.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_FIND_REGEX
bool "Enable -regex: match pathname with regex"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_FIND
help
- The -regex option matches whole pathname against regular expression.
+ The -regex option matches whole pathname against regular expression.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_FIND_CONTEXT
bool "Enable -context: security context matching"
default n
depends on BUSYBOX_FIND && BUSYBOX_SELINUX
help
- Support the 'find -context' option for matching security context.
+ Support the 'find -context' option for matching security context.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_FIND_LINKS
bool "Enable -links: link count matching"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_FIND
help
- Support the 'find -links' option for matching number of links.
-
+ Support the 'find -links' option for matching number of links.
config BUSYBOX_GREP
- bool "grep"
- depends on !BUSYBOX_DISABLE_GREP
+ bool "grep (8.6 kb)"
default y
help
- grep is used to search files for a specified pattern.
+ grep is used to search files for a specified pattern.
config BUSYBOX_EGREP
- bool "egrep"
- depends on !BUSYBOX_DISABLE_GREP
+ bool "egrep (7.8 kb)"
default y
help
- Alias to "grep -E"
+ Alias to "grep -E".
config BUSYBOX_FGREP
- bool "fgrep"
- depends on !BUSYBOX_DISABLE_GREP
+ bool "fgrep (7.8 kb)"
default y
help
- Alias to "grep -F"
+ Alias to "grep -F".
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_GREP_CONTEXT
bool "Enable before and after context flags (-A, -B and -C)"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_GREP
+ depends on BUSYBOX_GREP || BUSYBOX_EGREP || BUSYBOX_FGREP
help
- Print the specified number of leading (-B) and/or trailing (-A)
- context surrounding our matching lines.
- Print the specified number of context lines (-C).
-
+ Print the specified number of leading (-B) and/or trailing (-A)
+ context surrounding our matching lines.
+ Print the specified number of context lines (-C).
config BUSYBOX_XARGS
- bool "xargs"
- default n
+ bool "xargs (7.2 kb)"
+ default y
help
- xargs is used to execute a specified command for
- every item from standard input.
+ xargs is used to execute a specified command for
+ every item from standard input.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_XARGS_SUPPORT_CONFIRMATION
bool "Enable -p: prompt and confirmation"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_XARGS
help
- Support -p: prompt the user whether to run each command
- line and read a line from the terminal.
+ Support -p: prompt the user whether to run each command
+ line and read a line from the terminal.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_XARGS_SUPPORT_QUOTES
bool "Enable single and double quotes and backslash"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_XARGS
help
- Support quoting in the input.
+ Support quoting in the input.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_XARGS_SUPPORT_TERMOPT
bool "Enable -x: exit if -s or -n is exceeded"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_XARGS
help
- Support -x: exit if the command size (see the -s or -n option)
- is exceeded.
+ Support -x: exit if the command size (see the -s or -n option)
+ is exceeded.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_XARGS_SUPPORT_ZERO_TERM
bool "Enable -0: NUL-terminated input"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_XARGS
help
- Support -0: input items are terminated by a NUL character
- instead of whitespace, and the quotes and backslash
- are not special.
+ Support -0: input items are terminated by a NUL character
+ instead of whitespace, and the quotes and backslash
+ are not special.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_XARGS_SUPPORT_REPL_STR
bool "Enable -I STR: string to replace"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_XARGS
help
- Support -I STR and -i[STR] options.
+ Support -I STR and -i[STR] options.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_XARGS_SUPPORT_PARALLEL
bool "Enable -P N: processes to run in parallel"
diff --git a/package/busybox/config/init/Config.in b/package/busybox/config/init/Config.in
index 33ddd60..e27e0ea 100644
--- a/package/busybox/config/init/Config.in
+++ b/package/busybox/config/init/Config.in
@@ -1,67 +1,66 @@
# DO NOT EDIT. This file is generated from Config.src
#
# For a description of the syntax of this configuration file,
-# see scripts/kbuild/config-language.txt.
+# see docs/Kconfig-language.txt.
#
menu "Init Utilities"
config BUSYBOX_BOOTCHARTD
- bool "bootchartd"
- default n
+ bool "bootchartd (10 kb)"
+ default y
help
- bootchartd is commonly used to profile the boot process
- for the purpose of speeding it up. In this case, it is started
- by the kernel as the init process. This is configured by adding
- the init=/sbin/bootchartd option to the kernel command line.
+ bootchartd is commonly used to profile the boot process
+ for the purpose of speeding it up. In this case, it is started
+ by the kernel as the init process. This is configured by adding
+ the init=/sbin/bootchartd option to the kernel command line.
- It can also be used to monitor the resource usage of a specific
- application or the running system in general. In this case,
- bootchartd is started interactively by running bootchartd start
- and stopped using bootchartd stop.
+ It can also be used to monitor the resource usage of a specific
+ application or the running system in general. In this case,
+ bootchartd is started interactively by running bootchartd start
+ and stopped using bootchartd stop.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_BOOTCHARTD_BLOATED_HEADER
bool "Compatible, bloated header"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_BOOTCHARTD
help
- Create extended header file compatible with "big" bootchartd.
- "Big" bootchartd is a shell script and it dumps some
- "convenient" info int the header, such as:
- title = Boot chart for `hostname` (`date`)
- system.uname = `uname -srvm`
- system.release = `cat /etc/DISTRO-release`
- system.cpu = `grep '^model name' /proc/cpuinfo | head -1` ($cpucount)
- system.kernel.options = `cat /proc/cmdline`
- This data is not mandatory for bootchart graph generation,
- and is considered bloat. Nevertheless, this option
- makes bootchartd applet to dump a subset of it.
+ Create extended header file compatible with "big" bootchartd.
+ "Big" bootchartd is a shell script and it dumps some
+ "convenient" info into the header, such as:
+ title = Boot chart for `hostname` (`date`)
+ system.uname = `uname -srvm`
+ system.release = `cat /etc/DISTRO-release`
+ system.cpu = `grep '^model name' /proc/cpuinfo | head -1` ($cpucount)
+ system.kernel.options = `cat /proc/cmdline`
+ This data is not mandatory for bootchart graph generation,
+ and is considered bloat. Nevertheless, this option
+ makes bootchartd applet to dump a subset of it.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_BOOTCHARTD_CONFIG_FILE
bool "Support bootchartd.conf"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_BOOTCHARTD
help
- Enable reading and parsing of $PWD/bootchartd.conf
- and /etc/bootchartd.conf files.
-
+ Enable reading and parsing of $PWD/bootchartd.conf
+ and /etc/bootchartd.conf files.
config BUSYBOX_HALT
- bool "halt"
+ bool "halt (4 kb)"
default y
help
- Stop all processes and either halt, reboot, or power off the system.
+ Stop all processes and halt the system.
config BUSYBOX_POWEROFF
- bool "poweroff"
+ bool "poweroff (4 kb)"
default y
help
- Stop all processes and power off the system.
+ Stop all processes and power off the system.
config BUSYBOX_REBOOT
- bool "reboot"
+ bool "reboot (4 kb)"
default y
help
- Stop all processes and reboot the system.
+ Stop all processes and reboot the system.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_WAIT_FOR_INIT
bool "Before signaling init, make sure it is ready for it"
@@ -76,58 +75,56 @@ config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_WAIT_FOR_INIT
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_CALL_TELINIT
bool "Call telinit on shutdown and reboot"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_HALT && !BUSYBOX_INIT
+ default y
+ depends on (BUSYBOX_HALT || BUSYBOX_POWEROFF || BUSYBOX_REBOOT) && !BUSYBOX_INIT
help
- Call an external program (normally telinit) to facilitate
- a switch to a proper runlevel.
+ Call an external program (normally telinit) to facilitate
+ a switch to a proper runlevel.
- This option is only available if you selected halt and friends,
- but did not select init.
+ This option is only available if you selected halt and friends,
+ but did not select init.
config BUSYBOX_TELINIT_PATH
string "Path to telinit executable"
default "/sbin/telinit"
depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_CALL_TELINIT
help
- When busybox halt and friends have to call external telinit
- to facilitate proper shutdown, this path is to be used when
- locating telinit executable.
-
+ When busybox halt and friends have to call external telinit
+ to facilitate proper shutdown, this path is to be used when
+ locating telinit executable.
config BUSYBOX_INIT
- bool "init"
+ bool "init (10 kb)"
default y
- depends on !ADK_PACKAGE_SIMPLEINIT
select BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SYSLOG
help
- init is the first program run when the system boots.
+ init is the first program run when the system boots.
config BUSYBOX_LINUXRC
- bool "Support running init from within an initrd (not initramfs)"
- default n
+ bool "linuxrc: support running init from initrd (not initramfs)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SYSLOG
help
- Legacy support for running init under the old-style initrd. Allows
- the name linuxrc to act as init, and it doesn't assume init is PID 1.
+ Legacy support for running init under the old-style initrd. Allows
+ the name linuxrc to act as init, and it doesn't assume init is PID 1.
- This does not apply to initramfs, which runs /init as PID 1 and
- requires no special support.
+ This does not apply to initramfs, which runs /init as PID 1 and
+ requires no special support.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_USE_INITTAB
bool "Support reading an inittab file"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_INIT
+ depends on BUSYBOX_INIT || BUSYBOX_LINUXRC
help
- Allow init to read an inittab file when the system boot.
+ Allow init to read an inittab file when the system boot.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_KILL_REMOVED
bool "Support killing processes that have been removed from inittab"
default n
depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_USE_INITTAB
help
- When respawn entries are removed from inittab and a SIGHUP is
- sent to init, this option will make init kill the processes
- that have been removed.
+ When respawn entries are removed from inittab and a SIGHUP is
+ sent to init, this option will make init kill the processes
+ that have been removed.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_KILL_DELAY
int "How long to wait between TERM and KILL (0 - send TERM only)" if FEATURE_KILL_REMOVED
@@ -135,97 +132,75 @@ config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_KILL_DELAY
default 0
depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_KILL_REMOVED
help
- With nonzero setting, init sends TERM, forks, child waits N
- seconds, sends KILL and exits. Setting it too high is unwise
- (child will hang around for too long and could actually kill
- the wrong process!)
+ With nonzero setting, init sends TERM, forks, child waits N
+ seconds, sends KILL and exits. Setting it too high is unwise
+ (child will hang around for too long and could actually kill
+ the wrong process!)
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_INIT_SCTTY
bool "Run commands with leading dash with controlling tty"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_INIT
- help
- If this option is enabled, init will try to give a controlling
- tty to any command which has leading hyphen (often it's "-/bin/sh").
- More precisely, init will do "ioctl(STDIN_FILENO, TIOCSCTTY, 0)".
- If device attached to STDIN_FILENO can be a ctty but is not yet
- a ctty for other session, it will become this process' ctty.
- This is not the traditional init behavour, but is often what you want
- in an embedded system where the console is only accessed during
- development or for maintenance.
- NB: using cttyhack applet may work better.
+ depends on BUSYBOX_INIT || BUSYBOX_LINUXRC
+ help
+ If this option is enabled, init will try to give a controlling
+ tty to any command which has leading hyphen (often it's "-/bin/sh").
+ More precisely, init will do "ioctl(STDIN_FILENO, TIOCSCTTY, 0)".
+ If device attached to STDIN_FILENO can be a ctty but is not yet
+ a ctty for other session, it will become this process' ctty.
+ This is not the traditional init behavour, but is often what you want
+ in an embedded system where the console is only accessed during
+ development or for maintenance.
+ NB: using cttyhack applet may work better.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_INIT_SYSLOG
bool "Enable init to write to syslog"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_INIT
+ depends on BUSYBOX_INIT || BUSYBOX_LINUXRC
+ help
+ If selected, some init messages are sent to syslog.
+ Otherwise, they are sent to VT #5 if linux virtual tty is detected
+ (if not, no separate logging is done).
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_INIT_QUIET
bool "Be quiet on boot (no 'init started:' message)"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_INIT || BUSYBOX_LINUXRC
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_EXTRA_QUIET
- bool "Be _extra_ quiet on boot"
- default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_INIT
- help
- Prevent init from logging some messages to the console during boot.
-
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_INIT_COREDUMPS
bool "Support dumping core for child processes (debugging only)"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_INIT
+ default n # not Y because this is a debug option
+ depends on BUSYBOX_INIT || BUSYBOX_LINUXRC
help
- If this option is enabled and the file /.init_enable_core
- exists, then init will call setrlimit() to allow unlimited
- core file sizes. If this option is disabled, processes
- will not generate any core files.
+ If this option is enabled and the file /.init_enable_core
+ exists, then init will call setrlimit() to allow unlimited
+ core file sizes. If this option is disabled, processes
+ will not generate any core files.
config BUSYBOX_INIT_TERMINAL_TYPE
string "Initial terminal type"
default "linux"
- depends on BUSYBOX_INIT
+ depends on BUSYBOX_INIT || BUSYBOX_LINUXRC
help
- This is the initial value set by init for the TERM environment
- variable. This variable is used by programs which make use of
- extended terminal capabilities.
+ This is the initial value set by init for the TERM environment
+ variable. This variable is used by programs which make use of
+ extended terminal capabilities.
- Note that on Linux, init attempts to detect serial terminal and
- sets TERM to "vt102" if one is found.
+ Note that on Linux, init attempts to detect serial terminal and
+ sets TERM to "vt102" if one is found.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_INIT_MODIFY_CMDLINE
- bool "Modify the command-line to \"init\""
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_INIT || BUSYBOX_LINUXRC
- help
- When launched as PID 1 and after parsing its arguments, init
- wipes all the arguments but argv[0] and rewrites argv[0] to
- contain only "init", so that its command-line appears solely as
- "init" in tools such as ps.
- If this option is set to Y, init will keep its original behavior,
- otherwise, all the arguments including argv[0] will be preserved,
- be they parsed or ignored by init.
- The original command-line used to launch init can then be
- retrieved in /proc/1/cmdline on Linux, for example.
-
-config BUSYBOX_MESG
- bool "mesg"
- default n
- help
- Mesg controls access to your terminal by others. It is typically
- used to allow or disallow other users to write to your terminal
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MESG_ENABLE_ONLY_GROUP
- bool "Enable writing to tty only by group, not by everybody"
+ bool "Clear init's command line"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_MESG
+ depends on BUSYBOX_INIT || BUSYBOX_LINUXRC
help
- Usually, ttys are owned by group "tty", and "write" tool is
- setgid to this group. This way, "mesg y" only needs to enable
- "write by owning group" bit in tty mode.
-
- If you set this option to N, "mesg y" will enable writing
- by anybody at all. This is not recommended.
+ When launched as PID 1 and after parsing its arguments, init
+ wipes all the arguments but argv[0] and rewrites argv[0] to
+ contain only "init", so that its command line appears solely as
+ "init" in tools such as ps.
+ If this option is set to Y, init will keep its original behavior,
+ otherwise, all the arguments including argv[0] will be preserved,
+ be they parsed or ignored by init.
+ The original command-line used to launch init can then be
+ retrieved in /proc/1/cmdline on Linux, for example.
endmenu
diff --git a/package/busybox/config/libbb/Config.in b/package/busybox/config/libbb/Config.in
index afbc812..84bed23 100644
--- a/package/busybox/config/libbb/Config.in
+++ b/package/busybox/config/libbb/Config.in
@@ -1,56 +1,55 @@
# DO NOT EDIT. This file is generated from Config.src
#
# For a description of the syntax of this configuration file,
-# see scripts/kbuild/config-language.txt.
+# see docs/Kconfig-language.txt.
#
-menu "Busybox Library Tuning"
+comment "Library Tuning"
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_USE_BSS_TAIL
bool "Use the end of BSS page"
default n
help
- Attempt to reclaim a small unused part of BSS.
-
- Executables have the following parts:
- = read-only executable code and constants, also known as "text"
- = read-write data
- = non-initialized (zeroed on demand) data, also known as "bss"
-
- At link time, "text" is padded to a full page. At runtime, all "text"
- pages are mapped RO and executable.
- "Data" starts on the next page boundary, but is not padded
- to a full page at the end. "Bss" starts wherever "data" ends.
- At runtime, "data" pages are mapped RW and they are file-backed
- (this includes a small portion of "bss" which may live in the last
- partial page of "data").
- Pages which are fully in "bss" are mapped to anonymous memory.
-
- "Bss" end is usually not page-aligned. There is an unused space
- in the last page. Linker marks its start with the "_end" symbol.
-
- This option will attempt to use that space for bb_common_bufsiz1[]
- array. If it fits after _end, it will be used, and COMMON_BUFSIZE
- will be enlarged from its guaranteed minimum size of 1 kbyte.
- This may require recompilation a second time, since value of _end
- is known only after final link.
-
- If you are getting a build error like this:
- appletlib.c:(.text.main+0xd): undefined reference to '_end'
- disable this option.
-
+ Attempt to reclaim a small unused part of BSS.
+
+ Executables have the following parts:
+ = read-only executable code and constants, also known as "text"
+ = read-write data
+ = non-initialized (zeroed on demand) data, also known as "bss"
+
+ At link time, "text" is padded to a full page. At runtime, all "text"
+ pages are mapped RO and executable.
+
+ "Data" starts on the next page boundary, but is not padded
+ to a full page at the end. "Bss" starts wherever "data" ends.
+ At runtime, "data" pages are mapped RW and they are file-backed
+ (this includes a small portion of "bss" which may live in the last
+ partial page of "data").
+ Pages which are fully in "bss" are mapped to anonymous memory.
+
+ "Bss" end is usually not page-aligned. There is an unused space
+ in the last page. Linker marks its start with the "_end" symbol.
+
+ This option will attempt to use that space for bb_common_bufsiz1[]
+ array. If it fits after _end, it will be used, and COMMON_BUFSIZE
+ will be enlarged from its guaranteed minimum size of 1 kbyte.
+ This may require recompilation a second time, since value of _end
+ is known only after final link.
+
+ If you are getting a build error like this:
+ appletlib.c:(.text.main+0xd): undefined reference to '_end'
+ disable this option.
config BUSYBOX_FLOAT_DURATION
bool "Enable fractional duration arguments"
default y
help
Allow sleep N.NNN, top -d N.NNN etc.
-
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_RTMINMAX
bool "Support RTMIN[+n] and RTMAX[-n] signal names"
default y
help
- Support RTMIN[+n] and RTMAX[-n] signal names
- in kill, killall etc. This costs ~250 bytes.
+ Support RTMIN[+n] and RTMAX[-n] signal names
+ in kill, killall etc. This costs ~250 bytes.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_RTMINMAX_USE_LIBC_DEFINITIONS
bool "Use the definitions of SIGRTMIN/SIGRTMAX provided by libc"
@@ -64,51 +63,74 @@ config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_RTMINMAX_USE_LIBC_DEFINITIONS
of SIGRTMIN, and not the raw definition provided by the kernel.
This behavior matches "kill -l RTMIN+n" from bash.
+choice
+ prompt "Buffer allocation policy"
+ default BUSYBOX_FEATURE_BUFFERS_USE_MALLOC
+ help
+ There are 3 ways busybox can handle buffer allocations:
+ - Use malloc. This costs code size for the call to xmalloc.
+ - Put them on stack. For some very small machines with limited stack
+ space, this can be deadly. For most folks, this works just fine.
+ - Put them in BSS. This works beautifully for computers with a real
+ MMU (and OS support), but wastes runtime RAM for uCLinux. This
+ behavior was the only one available for versions 0.48 and earlier.
+
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_BUFFERS_USE_MALLOC
+ bool "Allocate with Malloc"
+
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_BUFFERS_GO_ON_STACK
+ bool "Allocate on the Stack"
+
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_BUFFERS_GO_IN_BSS
+ bool "Allocate in the .bss section"
+
+endchoice
+
config BUSYBOX_PASSWORD_MINLEN
int "Minimum password length"
default 6
range 5 32
help
- Minimum allowable password length.
+ Minimum allowable password length.
config BUSYBOX_MD5_SMALL
int "MD5: Trade bytes for speed (0:fast, 3:slow)"
- default 1
+ default 1 # all "fast or small" options default to small
range 0 3
help
- Trade binary size versus speed for the md5sum algorithm.
- Approximate values running uClibc and hashing
- linux-2.4.4.tar.bz2 were:
- user times (sec) text size (386)
- 0 (fastest) 1.1 6144
- 1 1.4 5392
- 2 3.0 5088
- 3 (smallest) 5.1 4912
+ Trade binary size versus speed for the md5sum algorithm.
+ Approximate values running uClibc and hashing
+ linux-2.4.4.tar.bz2 were:
+ value user times (sec) text size (386)
+ 0 (fastest) 1.1 6144
+ 1 1.4 5392
+ 2 3.0 5088
+ 3 (smallest) 5.1 4912
config BUSYBOX_SHA3_SMALL
- int "SHA3: Trade bytes for speed (0:fast, 1:slow)"
- default 1
- range 0 1
- help
- Trade binary size versus speed for the sha3sum algorithm.
- SHA3_SMALL=0 compared to SHA3_SMALL=1 (approximate):
- 64-bit x86: +270 bytes of code, 45% faster
- 32-bit x86: +450 bytes of code, 75% faster
+ int "SHA3: Trade bytes for speed (0:fast, 1:slow)"
+ default 1 # all "fast or small" options default to small
+ range 0 1
+ help
+ Trade binary size versus speed for the sha3sum algorithm.
+ SHA3_SMALL=0 compared to SHA3_SMALL=1 (approximate):
+ 64-bit x86: +270 bytes of code, 45% faster
+ 32-bit x86: +450 bytes of code, 75% faster
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_FAST_TOP
bool "Faster /proc scanning code (+100 bytes)"
- default y
+ default n # all "fast or small" options default to small
help
- This option makes top (and ps) ~20% faster (or 20% less CPU hungry),
- but code size is slightly bigger.
+ This option makes top and ps ~20% faster (or 20% less CPU hungry),
+ but code size is slightly bigger.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_ETC_NETWORKS
- bool "Support for /etc/networks"
+ bool "Support /etc/networks"
default n
help
- Enable support for network names in /etc/networks. This is
- a rarely used feature which allows you to use names
- instead of IP/mask pairs in route command.
+ Enable support for network names in /etc/networks. This is
+ a rarely used feature which allows you to use names
+ instead of IP/mask pairs in route command.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_ETC_SERVICES
bool "Consult /etc/services even for well-known ports"
@@ -122,23 +144,11 @@ config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_ETC_SERVICES
specified as a service name (e.g. "telnet HOST PORTNAME"),
it will still be looked up in /etc/services.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_USE_TERMIOS
- bool "Use termios to manipulate the screen"
- default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_MORE || BUSYBOX_TOP || BUSYBOX_POWERTOP
- help
- This option allows utilities such as 'more' and 'top' to determine
- the size of the screen. If you leave this disabled, your utilities
- that display things on the screen will be especially primitive and
- will be unable to determine the current screen size, and will be
- unable to move the cursor.
-
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_EDITING
bool "Command line editing"
default y
help
- Enable line editing (mainly for shell command line).
+ Enable line editing (mainly for shell command line).
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_EDITING_MAX_LEN
int "Maximum length of input"
@@ -146,17 +156,17 @@ config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_EDITING_MAX_LEN
default 1024
depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_EDITING
help
- Line editing code uses on-stack buffers for storage.
- You may want to decrease this parameter if your target machine
- benefits from smaller stack usage.
+ Line editing code uses on-stack buffers for storage.
+ You may want to decrease this parameter if your target machine
+ benefits from smaller stack usage.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_EDITING_VI
bool "vi-style line editing commands"
default n
depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_EDITING
help
- Enable vi-style line editing. In shells, this mode can be
- turned on and off with "set -o vi" and "set +o vi".
+ Enable vi-style line editing. In shells, this mode can be
+ turned on and off with "set -o vi" and "set +o vi".
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_EDITING_HISTORY
int "History size"
@@ -165,51 +175,47 @@ config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_EDITING_HISTORY
default 255
depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_EDITING
help
- Specify command history size (0 - disable).
+ Specify command history size (0 - disable).
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_EDITING_SAVEHISTORY
bool "History saving"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_EDITING
help
- Enable history saving in shells.
+ Enable history saving in shells.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_EDITING_SAVE_ON_EXIT
bool "Save history on shell exit, not after every command"
default n
depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_EDITING_SAVEHISTORY
help
- Save history on shell exit, not after every command.
+ Save history on shell exit, not after every command.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_REVERSE_SEARCH
bool "Reverse history search"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_EDITING_SAVEHISTORY
+ depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_EDITING
help
- Enable readline-like Ctrl-R combination for reverse history search.
- Increases code by about 0.5k.
+ Enable readline-like Ctrl-R combination for reverse history search.
+ Increases code by about 0.5k.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TAB_COMPLETION
bool "Tab completion"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_EDITING
- help
- Enable tab completion.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_USERNAME_COMPLETION
bool "Username completion"
- default n
+ default y
depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TAB_COMPLETION
- help
- Enable username completion.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_EDITING_FANCY_PROMPT
bool "Fancy shell prompts"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_EDITING
help
- Setting this option allows for prompts to use things like \w and
- \$ and escape codes.
+ Setting this option allows for prompts to use things like \w and
+ \$ and escape codes.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_EDITING_WINCH
bool "Enable automatic tracking of window size changes"
@@ -221,90 +227,229 @@ config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_EDITING_ASK_TERMINAL
default n
depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_EDITING
help
- Allow usage of "ESC [ 6 n" sequence. Terminal answers back with
- current cursor position. This information is used to make line
- editing more robust in some cases.
- If you are not sure whether your terminals respond to this code
- correctly, or want to save on code size (about 400 bytes),
- then do not turn this option on.
+ Allow usage of "ESC [ 6 n" sequence. Terminal answers back with
+ current cursor position. This information is used to make line
+ editing more robust in some cases.
+ If you are not sure whether your terminals respond to this code
+ correctly, or want to save on code size (about 400 bytes),
+ then do not turn this option on.
+
+config BUSYBOX_LOCALE_SUPPORT
+ bool "Enable locale support (system needs locale for this to work)"
+ default n
+ help
+ Enable this if your system has locale support and you would like
+ busybox to support locale settings.
+
+config BUSYBOX_UNICODE_SUPPORT
+ bool "Support Unicode"
+ default y
+ help
+ This makes various applets aware that one byte is not
+ one character on screen.
+
+ Busybox aims to eventually work correctly with Unicode displays.
+ Any older encodings are not guaranteed to work.
+ Probably by the time when busybox will be fully Unicode-clean,
+ other encodings will be mainly of historic interest.
+
+config BUSYBOX_UNICODE_USING_LOCALE
+ bool "Use libc routines for Unicode (else uses internal ones)"
+ default n
+ depends on BUSYBOX_UNICODE_SUPPORT && BUSYBOX_LOCALE_SUPPORT
+ help
+ With this option on, Unicode support is implemented using libc
+ routines. Otherwise, internal implementation is used.
+ Internal implementation is smaller.
+
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_CHECK_UNICODE_IN_ENV
+ bool "Check $LC_ALL, $LC_CTYPE and $LANG environment variables"
+ default n
+ depends on BUSYBOX_UNICODE_SUPPORT && !BUSYBOX_UNICODE_USING_LOCALE
+ help
+ With this option on, Unicode support is activated
+ only if locale-related variables have the value of the form
+ "xxxx.utf8"
+
+ Otherwise, Unicode support will be always enabled and active.
+
+config BUSYBOX_SUBST_WCHAR
+ int "Character code to substitute unprintable characters with"
+ depends on BUSYBOX_UNICODE_SUPPORT
+ default 63
+ help
+ Typical values are 63 for '?' (works with any output device),
+ 30 for ASCII substitute control code,
+ 65533 (0xfffd) for Unicode replacement character.
+
+config BUSYBOX_LAST_SUPPORTED_WCHAR
+ int "Range of supported Unicode characters"
+ depends on BUSYBOX_UNICODE_SUPPORT
+ default 767
+ help
+ Any character with Unicode value bigger than this is assumed
+ to be non-printable on output device. Many applets replace
+ such characters with substitution character.
+
+ The idea is that many valid printable Unicode chars
+ nevertheless are not displayed correctly. Think about
+ combining charachers, double-wide hieroglyphs, obscure
+ characters in dozens of ancient scripts...
+ Many terminals, terminal emulators, xterms etc will fail
+ to handle them correctly. Choose the smallest value
+ which suits your needs.
+
+ Typical values are:
+ 126 - ASCII only
+ 767 (0x2ff) - there are no combining chars in [0..767] range
+ (the range includes Latin 1, Latin Ext. A and B),
+ code is ~700 bytes smaller for this case.
+ 4351 (0x10ff) - there are no double-wide chars in [0..4351] range,
+ code is ~300 bytes smaller for this case.
+ 12799 (0x31ff) - nearly all non-ideographic characters are
+ available in [0..12799] range, including
+ East Asian scripts like katakana, hiragana, hangul,
+ bopomofo...
+ 0 - off, any valid printable Unicode character will be printed.
+
+config BUSYBOX_UNICODE_COMBINING_WCHARS
+ bool "Allow zero-width Unicode characters on output"
+ default n
+ depends on BUSYBOX_UNICODE_SUPPORT
+ help
+ With this option off, any Unicode char with width of 0
+ is substituted on output.
+
+config BUSYBOX_UNICODE_WIDE_WCHARS
+ bool "Allow wide Unicode characters on output"
+ default n
+ depends on BUSYBOX_UNICODE_SUPPORT
+ help
+ With this option off, any Unicode char with width > 1
+ is substituted on output.
+
+config BUSYBOX_UNICODE_BIDI_SUPPORT
+ bool "Bidirectional character-aware line input"
+ default n
+ depends on BUSYBOX_UNICODE_SUPPORT && !BUSYBOX_UNICODE_USING_LOCALE
+ help
+ With this option on, right-to-left Unicode characters
+ are treated differently on input (e.g. cursor movement).
+
+config BUSYBOX_UNICODE_NEUTRAL_TABLE
+ bool "In bidi input, support non-ASCII neutral chars too"
+ default n
+ depends on BUSYBOX_UNICODE_BIDI_SUPPORT
+ help
+ In most cases it's enough to treat only ASCII non-letters
+ (i.e. punctuation, numbers and space) as characters
+ with neutral directionality.
+ With this option on, more extensive (and bigger) table
+ of neutral chars will be used.
+
+config BUSYBOX_UNICODE_PRESERVE_BROKEN
+ bool "Make it possible to enter sequences of chars which are not Unicode"
+ default n
+ depends on BUSYBOX_UNICODE_SUPPORT
+ help
+ With this option on, on line-editing input (such as used by shells)
+ invalid UTF-8 bytes are not substituted with the selected
+ substitution character.
+ For example, this means that entering 'l', 's', ' ', 0xff, [Enter]
+ at shell prompt will list file named 0xff (single char name
+ with char value 255), not file named '?'.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_NON_POSIX_CP
bool "Non-POSIX, but safer, copying to special nodes"
default y
help
- With this option, "cp file symlink" will delete symlink
- and create a regular file. This does not conform to POSIX,
- but prevents a symlink attack.
- Similarly, "cp file device" will not send file's data
- to the device. (To do that, use "cat file >device")
+ With this option, "cp file symlink" will delete symlink
+ and create a regular file. This does not conform to POSIX,
+ but prevents a symlink attack.
+ Similarly, "cp file device" will not send file's data
+ to the device. (To do that, use "cat file >device")
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VERBOSE_CP_MESSAGE
bool "Give more precise messages when copy fails (cp, mv etc)"
default n
help
- Error messages with this feature enabled:
- $ cp file /does_not_exist/file
- cp: cannot create '/does_not_exist/file': Path does not exist
- $ cp file /vmlinuz/file
- cp: cannot stat '/vmlinuz/file': Path has non-directory component
- If this feature is not enabled, they will be, respectively:
- cp: cannot create '/does_not_exist/file': No such file or directory
- cp: cannot stat '/vmlinuz/file': Not a directory
- This will cost you ~60 bytes.
+ Error messages with this feature enabled:
+
+ $ cp file /does_not_exist/file
+ cp: cannot create '/does_not_exist/file': Path does not exist
+ $ cp file /vmlinuz/file
+ cp: cannot stat '/vmlinuz/file': Path has non-directory component
+
+ If this feature is not enabled, they will be, respectively:
+
+ cp: cannot create '/does_not_exist/file': No such file or directory
+ cp: cannot stat '/vmlinuz/file': Not a directory
+
+ This will cost you ~60 bytes.
+
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_USE_SENDFILE
+ bool "Use sendfile system call"
+ default y
+ select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
+ help
+ When enabled, busybox will use the kernel sendfile() function
+ instead of read/write loops to copy data between file descriptors
+ (for example, cp command does this a lot).
+ If sendfile() doesn't work, copying code falls back to read/write
+ loop. sendfile() was originally implemented for faster I/O
+ from files to sockets, but since Linux 2.6.33 it was extended
+ to work for many more file types.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_COPYBUF_KB
int "Copy buffer size, in kilobytes"
range 1 1024
default 4
help
- Size of buffer used by cp, mv, install, wget etc.
- Buffers which are 4 kb or less will be allocated on stack.
- Bigger buffers will be allocated with mmap, with fallback to 4 kb
- stack buffer if mmap fails.
+ Size of buffer used by cp, mv, install, wget etc.
+ Buffers which are 4 kb or less will be allocated on stack.
+ Bigger buffers will be allocated with mmap, with fallback to 4 kb
+ stack buffer if mmap fails.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SKIP_ROOTFS
bool "Skip rootfs in mount table"
default y
help
- Ignore rootfs entry in mount table.
+ Ignore rootfs entry in mount table.
- In Linux, kernel has a special filesystem, rootfs, which is initially
- mounted on /. It contains initramfs data, if kernel is configured
- to have one. Usually, another file system is mounted over / early
- in boot process, and therefore most tools which manipulate
- mount table, such as df, will skip rootfs entry.
+ In Linux, kernel has a special filesystem, rootfs, which is initially
+ mounted on /. It contains initramfs data, if kernel is configured
+ to have one. Usually, another file system is mounted over / early
+ in boot process, and therefore most tools which manipulate
+ mount table, such as df, will skip rootfs entry.
- However, some systems do not mount anything on /.
- If you need to configure busybox for one of these systems,
- you may find it useful to turn this option off to make df show
- initramfs statistics.
+ However, some systems do not mount anything on /.
+ If you need to configure busybox for one of these systems,
+ you may find it useful to turn this option off to make df show
+ initramfs statistics.
- Otherwise, choose Y.
+ Otherwise, choose Y.
config BUSYBOX_MONOTONIC_SYSCALL
bool "Use clock_gettime(CLOCK_MONOTONIC) syscall"
default y
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- Use clock_gettime(CLOCK_MONOTONIC) syscall for measuring
- time intervals (time, ping, traceroute etc need this).
- Probably requires Linux 2.6+. If not selected, gettimeofday
- will be used instead (which gives wrong results if date/time
- is reset).
+ Use clock_gettime(CLOCK_MONOTONIC) syscall for measuring
+ time intervals (time, ping, traceroute etc need this).
+ Probably requires Linux 2.6+. If not selected, gettimeofday
+ will be used instead (which gives wrong results if date/time
+ is reset).
config BUSYBOX_IOCTL_HEX2STR_ERROR
bool "Use ioctl names rather than hex values in error messages"
default y
help
- Use ioctl names rather than hex values in error messages
- (e.g. VT_DISALLOCATE rather than 0x5608). If disabled this
- saves about 1400 bytes.
+ Use ioctl names rather than hex values in error messages
+ (e.g. VT_DISALLOCATE rather than 0x5608). If disabled this
+ saves about 1400 bytes.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_HWIB
bool "Support infiniband HW"
- default n
+ default y
help
- Support for printing infiniband addresses in
- network applets.
-
-endmenu
+ Support for printing infiniband addresses in network applets.
diff --git a/package/busybox/config/loginutils/Config.in b/package/busybox/config/loginutils/Config.in
index 03aba2b..5f12bbb 100644
--- a/package/busybox/config/loginutils/Config.in
+++ b/package/busybox/config/loginutils/Config.in
@@ -1,363 +1,330 @@
# DO NOT EDIT. This file is generated from Config.src
#
# For a description of the syntax of this configuration file,
-# see scripts/kbuild/config-language.txt.
+# see docs/Kconfig-language.txt.
#
menu "Login/Password Management Utilities"
-config BUSYBOX_ADD_SHELL
- bool "add-shell"
- default y if DESKTOP
- help
- Add shells to /etc/shells.
-
-config BUSYBOX_REMOVE_SHELL
- bool "remove-shell"
- default y if DESKTOP
- help
- Remove shells from /etc/shells.
-
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SHADOWPASSWDS
- bool "Support for shadow passwords"
+ bool "Support shadow passwords"
default y
help
- Build support for shadow password in /etc/shadow. This file is only
- readable by root and thus the encrypted passwords are no longer
- publicly readable.
+ Build support for shadow password in /etc/shadow. This file is only
+ readable by root and thus the encrypted passwords are no longer
+ publicly readable.
config BUSYBOX_USE_BB_PWD_GRP
bool "Use internal password and group functions rather than system functions"
- default n
+ default y
help
- If you leave this disabled, busybox will use the system's password
- and group functions. And if you are using the GNU C library
- (glibc), you will then need to install the /etc/nsswitch.conf
- configuration file and the required /lib/libnss_* libraries in
- order for the password and group functions to work. This generally
- makes your embedded system quite a bit larger.
+ If you leave this disabled, busybox will use the system's password
+ and group functions. And if you are using the GNU C library
+ (glibc), you will then need to install the /etc/nsswitch.conf
+ configuration file and the required /lib/libnss_* libraries in
+ order for the password and group functions to work. This generally
+ makes your embedded system quite a bit larger.
- Enabling this option will cause busybox to directly access the
- system's /etc/password, /etc/group files (and your system will be
- smaller, and I will get fewer emails asking about how glibc NSS
- works). When this option is enabled, you will not be able to use
- PAM to access remote LDAP password servers and whatnot. And if you
- want hostname resolution to work with glibc, you still need the
- /lib/libnss_* libraries.
+ Enabling this option will cause busybox to directly access the
+ system's /etc/password, /etc/group files (and your system will be
+ smaller, and I will get fewer emails asking about how glibc NSS
+ works). When this option is enabled, you will not be able to use
+ PAM to access remote LDAP password servers and whatnot. And if you
+ want hostname resolution to work with glibc, you still need the
+ /lib/libnss_* libraries.
- If you need to use glibc's nsswitch.conf mechanism
- (e.g. if user/group database is NOT stored in /etc/passwd etc),
- you must NOT use this option.
+ If you need to use glibc's nsswitch.conf mechanism
+ (e.g. if user/group database is NOT stored in /etc/passwd etc),
+ you must NOT use this option.
- If you enable this option, it will add about 1.5k.
+ If you enable this option, it will add about 1.5k.
config BUSYBOX_USE_BB_SHADOW
bool "Use internal shadow password functions"
- default n
+ default y
depends on BUSYBOX_USE_BB_PWD_GRP && BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SHADOWPASSWDS
help
- If you leave this disabled, busybox will use the system's shadow
- password handling functions. And if you are using the GNU C library
- (glibc), you will then need to install the /etc/nsswitch.conf
- configuration file and the required /lib/libnss_* libraries in
- order for the shadow password functions to work. This generally
- makes your embedded system quite a bit larger.
+ If you leave this disabled, busybox will use the system's shadow
+ password handling functions. And if you are using the GNU C library
+ (glibc), you will then need to install the /etc/nsswitch.conf
+ configuration file and the required /lib/libnss_* libraries in
+ order for the shadow password functions to work. This generally
+ makes your embedded system quite a bit larger.
- Enabling this option will cause busybox to directly access the
- system's /etc/shadow file when handling shadow passwords. This
- makes your system smaller (and I will get fewer emails asking about
- how glibc NSS works). When this option is enabled, you will not be
- able to use PAM to access shadow passwords from remote LDAP
- password servers and whatnot.
+ Enabling this option will cause busybox to directly access the
+ system's /etc/shadow file when handling shadow passwords. This
+ makes your system smaller (and I will get fewer emails asking about
+ how glibc NSS works). When this option is enabled, you will not be
+ able to use PAM to access shadow passwords from remote LDAP
+ password servers and whatnot.
config BUSYBOX_USE_BB_CRYPT
bool "Use internal crypt functions"
- default n
+ default y
help
- Busybox has internal DES and MD5 crypt functions.
- They produce results which are identical to corresponding
- standard C library functions.
+ Busybox has internal DES and MD5 crypt functions.
+ They produce results which are identical to corresponding
+ standard C library functions.
- If you leave this disabled, busybox will use the system's
- crypt functions. Most C libraries use large (~70k)
- static buffers there, and also combine them with more general
- DES encryption/decryption.
+ If you leave this disabled, busybox will use the system's
+ crypt functions. Most C libraries use large (~70k)
+ static buffers there, and also combine them with more general
+ DES encryption/decryption.
- For busybox, having large static buffers is undesirable,
- especially on NOMMU machines. Busybox also doesn't need
- DES encryption/decryption and can do with smaller code.
+ For busybox, having large static buffers is undesirable,
+ especially on NOMMU machines. Busybox also doesn't need
+ DES encryption/decryption and can do with smaller code.
- If you enable this option, it will add about 4.8k of code
- if you are building dynamically linked executable.
- In static build, it makes code _smaller_ by about 1.2k,
- and likely many kilobytes less of bss.
+ If you enable this option, it will add about 4.8k of code
+ if you are building dynamically linked executable.
+ In static build, it makes code _smaller_ by about 1.2k,
+ and likely many kilobytes less of bss.
config BUSYBOX_USE_BB_CRYPT_SHA
bool "Enable SHA256/512 crypt functions"
- default n
+ default y
depends on BUSYBOX_USE_BB_CRYPT
help
- Enable this if you have passwords starting with "$5$" or "$6$"
- in your /etc/passwd or /etc/shadow files. These passwords
- are hashed using SHA256 and SHA512 algorithms. Support for them
- was added to glibc in 2008.
- With this option off, login will fail password check for any
- user which has password encrypted with these algorithms.
+ Enable this if you have passwords starting with "$5$" or "$6$"
+ in your /etc/passwd or /etc/shadow files. These passwords
+ are hashed using SHA256 and SHA512 algorithms. Support for them
+ was added to glibc in 2008.
+ With this option off, login will fail password check for any
+ user which has password encrypted with these algorithms.
-config BUSYBOX_ADDUSER
- bool "adduser"
- default n
+config BUSYBOX_ADD_SHELL
+ bool "add-shell (3.1 kb)"
+ default y if BUSYBOX_DESKTOP
help
- Utility for creating a new user account.
+ Add shells to /etc/shells.
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_ADDUSER_LONG_OPTIONS
- bool "Enable long options"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_ADDUSER && BUSYBOX_LONG_OPTS
+config BUSYBOX_REMOVE_SHELL
+ bool "remove-shell (3 kb)"
+ default y if BUSYBOX_DESKTOP
+ help
+ Remove shells from /etc/shells.
+config BUSYBOX_ADDGROUP
+ bool "addgroup (8.6 kb)"
+ default y
+ select BUSYBOX_LONG_OPTS
+ help
+ Utility for creating a new group account.
+
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_ADDUSER_TO_GROUP
+ bool "Support adding users to groups"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_ADDGROUP
+ help
+ If called with two non-option arguments,
+ addgroup will add an existing user to an
+ existing group.
+config BUSYBOX_ADDUSER
+ bool "adduser (15 kb)"
+ default y
+ select BUSYBOX_LONG_OPTS
help
- Support long options for the adduser applet.
+ Utility for creating a new user account.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_CHECK_NAMES
bool "Enable sanity check on user/group names in adduser and addgroup"
default n
depends on BUSYBOX_ADDUSER || BUSYBOX_ADDGROUP
help
- Enable sanity check on user and group names in adduser and addgroup.
- To avoid problems, the user or group name should consist only of
- letters, digits, underscores, periods, at signs and dashes,
- and not start with a dash (as defined by IEEE Std 1003.1-2001).
- For compatibility with Samba machine accounts "$" is also supported
- at the end of the user or group name.
+ Enable sanity check on user and group names in adduser and addgroup.
+ To avoid problems, the user or group name should consist only of
+ letters, digits, underscores, periods, at signs and dashes,
+ and not start with a dash (as defined by IEEE Std 1003.1-2001).
+ For compatibility with Samba machine accounts "$" is also supported
+ at the end of the user or group name.
config BUSYBOX_LAST_ID
int "Last valid uid or gid for adduser and addgroup"
depends on BUSYBOX_ADDUSER || BUSYBOX_ADDGROUP
default 60000
help
- Last valid uid or gid for adduser and addgroup
+ Last valid uid or gid for adduser and addgroup
config BUSYBOX_FIRST_SYSTEM_ID
int "First valid system uid or gid for adduser and addgroup"
depends on BUSYBOX_ADDUSER || BUSYBOX_ADDGROUP
- range 0 64900
+ range 0 BUSYBOX_LAST_ID
default 100
help
- First valid system uid or gid for adduser and addgroup
+ First valid system uid or gid for adduser and addgroup
config BUSYBOX_LAST_SYSTEM_ID
int "Last valid system uid or gid for adduser and addgroup"
depends on BUSYBOX_ADDUSER || BUSYBOX_ADDGROUP
- range 0 64900
+ range BUSYBOX_FIRST_SYSTEM_ID BUSYBOX_LAST_ID
default 999
help
- Last valid system uid or gid for adduser and addgroup
-
-config BUSYBOX_ADDGROUP
- bool "addgroup"
- default n
+ Last valid system uid or gid for adduser and addgroup
+config BUSYBOX_CHPASSWD
+ bool "chpasswd (18 kb)"
+ default y
help
- Utility for creating a new group account.
+ Reads a file of user name and password pairs from standard input
+ and uses this information to update a group of existing users.
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_ADDGROUP_LONG_OPTIONS
- bool "Enable long options"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_ADDGROUP && BUSYBOX_LONG_OPTS
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_DEFAULT_PASSWD_ALGO
+ string "Default encryption method (passwd -a, cryptpw -m, chpasswd -c ALG)"
+ default "des"
+ depends on BUSYBOX_PASSWD || BUSYBOX_CRYPTPW || BUSYBOX_CHPASSWD
help
- Support long options for the addgroup applet.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_ADDUSER_TO_GROUP
- bool "Support for adding users to groups"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_ADDGROUP
+ Possible choices are "d[es]", "m[d5]", "s[ha256]" or "sha512".
+config BUSYBOX_CRYPTPW
+ bool "cryptpw (14 kb)"
+ default y
help
- If called with two non-option arguments,
- addgroup will add an existing user to an
- existing group.
+ Encrypts the given password with the crypt(3) libc function
+ using the given salt.
+config BUSYBOX_MKPASSWD
+ bool "mkpasswd (15 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ Encrypts the given password with the crypt(3) libc function
+ using the given salt. Debian has this utility under mkpasswd
+ name. Busybox provides mkpasswd as an alias for cryptpw.
config BUSYBOX_DELUSER
- bool "deluser"
- default n
+ bool "deluser (9.1 kb)"
+ default y
help
- Utility for deleting a user account.
+ Utility for deleting a user account.
config BUSYBOX_DELGROUP
- bool "delgroup"
- default n
+ bool "delgroup (6.4 kb)"
+ default y
help
- Utility for deleting a group account.
+ Utility for deleting a group account.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_DEL_USER_FROM_GROUP
- bool "Support for removing users from groups"
- default n
+ bool "Support removing users from groups"
+ default y
depends on BUSYBOX_DELGROUP
help
- If called with two non-option arguments, deluser
- or delgroup will remove an user from a specified group.
-
+ If called with two non-option arguments, deluser
+ or delgroup will remove an user from a specified group.
config BUSYBOX_GETTY
- bool "getty"
+ bool "getty (10 kb)"
default y
select BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SYSLOG
help
- getty lets you log in on a tty. It is normally invoked by init.
-
- Note that you can save a few bytes by disabling it and
- using login applet directly.
- If you need to reset tty attributes before calling login,
- this script approximates getty:
+ getty lets you log in on a tty. It is normally invoked by init.
- exec </dev/$1 >/dev/$1 2>&1 || BUSYBOX_exit 1
- reset
- stty sane; stty ispeed 38400; stty ospeed 38400
- printf "%s login: " "`hostname`"
- read -r login
- exec /bin/login "$login"
+ Note that you can save a few bytes by disabling it and
+ using login applet directly.
+ If you need to reset tty attributes before calling login,
+ this script approximates getty:
+ exec </dev/$1 >/dev/$1 2>&1 || exit 1
+ reset
+ stty sane; stty ispeed 38400; stty ospeed 38400
+ printf "%s login: " "`hostname`"
+ read -r login
+ exec /bin/login "$login"
config BUSYBOX_LOGIN
- bool "login"
+ bool "login (24 kb)"
default y
select BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SYSLOG
help
- login is used when signing onto a system.
+ login is used when signing onto a system.
- Note that Busybox binary must be setuid root for this applet to
- work properly.
+ Note that busybox binary must be setuid root for this applet to
+ work properly.
config BUSYBOX_LOGIN_SESSION_AS_CHILD
bool "Run logged in session in a child process"
- default y if PAM
- depends on BUSYBOX_LOGIN
- help
- Run the logged in session in a child process. This allows
- login to clean up things such as utmp entries or PAM sessions
- when the login session is complete. If you use PAM, you
- almost always would want this to be set to Y, else PAM session
- will not be cleaned up.
-
-config BUSYBOX_PAM
- bool "Support for PAM (Pluggable Authentication Modules)"
- depends on !BUSYBOX_DISABLE_PAM
- default n
+ default y if BUSYBOX_PAM
depends on BUSYBOX_LOGIN
help
- Use PAM in login(1) instead of direct access to password database.
+ Run the logged in session in a child process. This allows
+ login to clean up things such as utmp entries or PAM sessions
+ when the login session is complete. If you use PAM, you
+ almost always would want this to be set to Y, else PAM session
+ will not be cleaned up.
config BUSYBOX_LOGIN_SCRIPTS
- bool "Support for login scripts"
+ bool "Support login scripts"
depends on BUSYBOX_LOGIN
- default n
+ default y
help
- Enable this if you want login to execute $LOGIN_PRE_SUID_SCRIPT
- just prior to switching from root to logged-in user.
+ Enable this if you want login to execute $LOGIN_PRE_SUID_SCRIPT
+ just prior to switching from root to logged-in user.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_NOLOGIN
- bool "Support for /etc/nologin"
- default n
+ bool "Support /etc/nologin"
+ default y
depends on BUSYBOX_LOGIN
help
- The file /etc/nologin is used by (some versions of) login(1).
- If it exists, non-root logins are prohibited.
+ The file /etc/nologin is used by (some versions of) login(1).
+ If it exists, non-root logins are prohibited.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SECURETTY
- bool "Support for /etc/securetty"
- default n
+ bool "Support /etc/securetty"
+ default y
depends on BUSYBOX_LOGIN
help
- The file /etc/securetty is used by (some versions of) login(1).
- The file contains the device names of tty lines (one per line,
- without leading /dev/) on which root is allowed to login.
-
+ The file /etc/securetty is used by (some versions of) login(1).
+ The file contains the device names of tty lines (one per line,
+ without leading /dev/) on which root is allowed to login.
config BUSYBOX_PASSWD
- bool "passwd"
- default n
+ bool "passwd (21 kb)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SYSLOG
help
- passwd changes passwords for user and group accounts. A normal user
- may only change the password for his/her own account, the super user
- may change the password for any account. The administrator of a group
- may change the password for the group.
+ passwd changes passwords for user and group accounts. A normal user
+ may only change the password for his/her own account, the super user
+ may change the password for any account. The administrator of a group
+ may change the password for the group.
- Note that Busybox binary must be setuid root for this applet to
- work properly.
+ Note that busybox binary must be setuid root for this applet to
+ work properly.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_PASSWD_WEAK_CHECK
bool "Check new passwords for weakness"
- default n
+ default y
depends on BUSYBOX_PASSWD
help
- With this option passwd will refuse new passwords which are "weak".
-
-config BUSYBOX_CRYPTPW
- bool "cryptpw"
- default n
- help
- Encrypts the given password with the crypt(3) libc function
- using the given salt. Debian has this utility under mkpasswd
- name. Busybox provides mkpasswd as an alias for cryptpw.
-
-config BUSYBOX_MKPASSWD
- bool "mkpasswd"
- default n
- help
- Encrypts the given password with the crypt(3) libc function
- using the given salt. Debian has this utility under mkpasswd
- name. Busybox provides mkpasswd as an alias for cryptpw.
-
-config BUSYBOX_CHPASSWD
- bool "chpasswd"
- default n
- help
- Reads a file of user name and password pairs from standard input
- and uses this information to update a group of existing users.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_DEFAULT_PASSWD_ALGO
- string "Default password encryption method (passwd -a, cryptpw -m parameter)"
- default "des"
- depends on BUSYBOX_PASSWD || BUSYBOX_CRYPTPW
- help
- Possible choices are "d[es]", "m[d5]", "s[ha256]" or "sha512".
-
+ With this option passwd will refuse new passwords which are "weak".
config BUSYBOX_SU
- bool "su"
- default n
+ bool "su (19 kb)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SYSLOG
help
- su is used to become another user during a login session.
- Invoked without a username, su defaults to becoming the super user.
-
- Note that Busybox binary must be setuid root for this applet to
- work properly.
+ su is used to become another user during a login session.
+ Invoked without a username, su defaults to becoming the super user.
+ Note that busybox binary must be setuid root for this applet to
+ work properly.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SU_SYSLOG
- bool "Enable su to write to syslog"
+ bool "Log to syslog all attempts to use su"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_SU
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SU_CHECKS_SHELLS
- bool "Enable su to check user's shell to be listed in /etc/shells"
- depends on BUSYBOX_SU
+ bool "If user's shell is not in /etc/shells, disallow -s PROG"
default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_SU
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SU_BLANK_PW_NEEDS_SECURE_TTY
bool "Allow blank passwords only on TTYs in /etc/securetty"
default n
depends on BUSYBOX_SU
-
config BUSYBOX_SULOGIN
- bool "sulogin"
- default n
+ bool "sulogin (17 kb)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SYSLOG
help
- sulogin is invoked when the system goes into single user
- mode (this is done through an entry in inittab).
-
+ sulogin is invoked when the system goes into single user
+ mode (this is done through an entry in inittab).
config BUSYBOX_VLOCK
- bool "vlock"
- default n
+ bool "vlock (17 kb)"
+ default y
help
- Build the "vlock" applet which allows you to lock (virtual) terminals.
+ Build the "vlock" applet which allows you to lock (virtual) terminals.
- Note that Busybox binary must be setuid root for this applet to
- work properly.
+ Note that busybox binary must be setuid root for this applet to
+ work properly.
endmenu
diff --git a/package/busybox/config/mailutils/Config.in b/package/busybox/config/mailutils/Config.in
index 263f80d..1b793ef 100644
--- a/package/busybox/config/mailutils/Config.in
+++ b/package/busybox/config/mailutils/Config.in
@@ -1,55 +1,51 @@
# DO NOT EDIT. This file is generated from Config.src
menu "Mail Utilities"
-
config BUSYBOX_MAKEMIME
- bool "makemime"
- default n
- help
- Create MIME-formatted messages.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MIME_CHARSET
- string "Default charset"
- default "us-ascii"
- depends on BUSYBOX_MAKEMIME || BUSYBOX_REFORMIME || BUSYBOX_SENDMAIL
+ bool "makemime (5.4 kb)"
+ default y
help
- Default charset of the message.
-
+ Create MIME-formatted messages.
config BUSYBOX_POPMAILDIR
- bool "popmaildir"
- default n
+ bool "popmaildir (10 kb)"
+ default y
help
- Simple yet powerful POP3 mail popper. Delivers content
- of remote mailboxes to local Maildir.
+ Simple yet powerful POP3 mail popper. Delivers content
+ of remote mailboxes to local Maildir.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_POPMAILDIR_DELIVERY
bool "Allow message filters and custom delivery program"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_POPMAILDIR
help
- Allow to use a custom program to filter the content
- of the message before actual delivery (-F "prog [args...]").
- Allow to use a custom program for message actual delivery
- (-M "prog [args...]").
-
+ Allow to use a custom program to filter the content
+ of the message before actual delivery (-F "prog [args...]").
+ Allow to use a custom program for message actual delivery
+ (-M "prog [args...]").
config BUSYBOX_REFORMIME
- bool "reformime"
- default n
+ bool "reformime (7.5 kb)"
+ default y
help
- Parse MIME-formatted messages.
+ Parse MIME-formatted messages.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_REFORMIME_COMPAT
bool "Accept and ignore options other than -x and -X"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_REFORMIME
help
- Accept (for compatibility only) and ignore options
- other than -x and -X.
-
+ Accept (for compatibility only) and ignore options
+ other than -x and -X.
config BUSYBOX_SENDMAIL
- bool "sendmail"
- default n
+ bool "sendmail (14 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ Barebones sendmail.
+
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MIME_CHARSET
+ string "Default charset"
+ default "us-ascii"
+ depends on BUSYBOX_MAKEMIME || BUSYBOX_REFORMIME || BUSYBOX_SENDMAIL
help
- Barebones sendmail.
+ Default charset of the message.
endmenu
diff --git a/package/busybox/config/miscutils/Config.in b/package/busybox/config/miscutils/Config.in
index b4424f3..d7d60a0 100644
--- a/package/busybox/config/miscutils/Config.in
+++ b/package/busybox/config/miscutils/Config.in
@@ -1,293 +1,138 @@
# DO NOT EDIT. This file is generated from Config.src
#
# For a description of the syntax of this configuration file,
-# see scripts/kbuild/config-language.txt.
+# see docs/Kconfig-language.txt.
#
menu "Miscellaneous Utilities"
-config BUSYBOX_CONSPY
- bool "conspy"
- default n
- select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
- help
- A text-mode VNC like program for Linux virtual terminals.
- example: conspy NUM shared access to console num
- or conspy -nd NUM screenshot of console num
- or conspy -cs NUM poor man's GNU screen like
-
-config BUSYBOX_I2CGET
- bool "i2cget"
- default n
- select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
- help
- Read from I2C/SMBus chip registers.
-
-config BUSYBOX_I2CSET
- bool "i2cset"
- default n
- select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
- help
- Set I2C registers.
-
-config BUSYBOX_I2CDUMP
- bool "i2cdump"
- default n
- select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
- help
- Examine I2C registers.
-
-config BUSYBOX_I2CDETECT
- bool "i2cdetect"
- default n
- select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
- help
- Detect I2C chips.
-
-config BUSYBOX_I2CTRANSFER
- bool "i2ctransfer (4.0 kb)"
- default n
+config BUSYBOX_ADJTIMEX
+ bool "adjtimex (4.7 kb)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- Send user-defined I2C messages in one transfer.
-
-config BUSYBOX_LESS
- bool "less"
- depends on !BUSYBOX_DISABLE_LESS
+ Adjtimex reads and optionally sets adjustment parameters for
+ the Linux clock adjustment algorithm.
+config BUSYBOX_BBCONFIG
+ bool "bbconfig (9.7 kb)"
default n
help
- 'less' is a pager, meaning that it displays text files. It possesses
- a wide array of features, and is an improvement over 'more'.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_LESS_MAXLINES
- int "Max number of input lines less will try to eat"
- default 9999999
- depends on BUSYBOX_LESS
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_LESS_BRACKETS
- bool "Enable bracket searching"
- default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_LESS
- help
- This option adds the capability to search for matching left and right
- brackets, facilitating programming.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_LESS_FLAGS
- bool "Enable -m/-M"
- default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_LESS
- help
- The -M/-m flag enables a more sophisticated status line.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_LESS_TRUNCATE
- bool "Enable -S"
- default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_LESS
- help
- The -S flag causes long lines to be truncated rather than
- wrapped.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_LESS_MARKS
- bool "Enable marks"
- default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_LESS
- help
- Marks enable positions in a file to be stored for easy reference.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_LESS_REGEXP
- bool "Enable regular expressions"
- default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_LESS
- help
- Enable regular expressions, allowing complex file searches.
+ The bbconfig applet will print the config file with which
+ busybox was built.
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_LESS_WINCH
- bool "Enable automatic resizing on window size changes"
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_COMPRESS_BBCONFIG
+ bool "Compress bbconfig data"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_LESS
+ depends on BUSYBOX_BBCONFIG
help
- Makes less track window size changes.
+ Store bbconfig data in compressed form, uncompress them on-the-fly
+ before output.
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_LESS_ASK_TERMINAL
- bool "Use 'tell me cursor position' ESC sequence to measure window"
+ If you have a really tiny busybox with few applets enabled (and
+ bunzip2 isn't one of them), the overhead of the decompressor might
+ be noticeable. Also, if you run executables directly from ROM
+ and have very little memory, this might not be a win. Otherwise,
+ you probably want this.
+config BUSYBOX_BC
+ bool "bc (45 kb)"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_LESS_WINCH
+ select BUSYBOX_FEATURE_DC_BIG
help
- Makes less track window size changes.
- If terminal size can't be retrieved and $LINES/$COLUMNS are not set,
- this option makes less perform a last-ditch effort to find it:
- position cursor to 999,999 and ask terminal to report real
- cursor position using "ESC [ 6 n" escape sequence, then read stdin.
+ bc is a command-line, arbitrary-precision calculator with a
+ Turing-complete language. See the GNU bc manual
+ (https://www.gnu.org/software/bc/manual/bc.html) and bc spec
+ (http://pubs.opengroup.org/onlinepubs/9699919799/utilities/bc.html).
- This is not clean but helps a lot on serial lines and such.
+ This bc has five differences to the GNU bc:
+ 1) The period (.) is a shortcut for "last", as in the BSD bc.
+ 2) Arrays are copied before being passed as arguments to
+ functions. This behavior is required by the bc spec.
+ 3) Arrays can be passed to the builtin "length" function to get
+ the number of elements in the array. This prints "1":
+ a[0] = 0; length(a[])
+ 4) The precedence of the boolean "not" operator (!) is equal to
+ that of the unary minus (-) negation operator. This still
+ allows POSIX-compliant scripts to work while somewhat
+ preserving expected behavior (versus C) and making parsing
+ easier.
+ 5) "read()" accepts expressions, not only numeric literals.
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_LESS_DASHCMD
- bool "Enable flag changes ('-' command)"
+config BUSYBOX_DC
+ bool "dc (36 kb)"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_LESS
help
- This enables the ability to change command-line flags within
- less itself ('-' keyboard command).
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_LESS_LINENUMS
- bool "Enable dynamic switching of line numbers"
+ dc is a reverse-polish notation command-line calculator which
+ supports unlimited precision arithmetic. See the FreeBSD man page
+ (https://www.unix.com/man-page/FreeBSD/1/dc/) and GNU dc manual
+ (https://www.gnu.org/software/bc/manual/dc-1.05/html_mono/dc.html).
+
+ This dc has a few differences from the two above:
+ 1) When printing a byte stream (command "P"), this dc follows what
+ the FreeBSD dc does.
+ 2) Implements the GNU extensions for divmod ("~") and
+ modular exponentiation ("|").
+ 3) Implements all FreeBSD extensions, except for "J" and "M".
+ 4) Like the FreeBSD dc, this dc supports extended registers.
+ However, they are implemented differently. When it encounters
+ whitespace where a register should be, it skips the whitespace.
+ If the character following is not a lowercase letter, an error
+ is issued. Otherwise, the register name is parsed by the
+ following regex: [a-z][a-z0-9_]*
+ This generally means that register names will be surrounded by
+ whitespace. Examples:
+ l idx s temp L index S temp2 < do_thing
+ Also note that, like the FreeBSD dc, extended registers are not
+ allowed unless the "-x" option is given.
+
+if BUSYBOX_BC || BUSYBOX_DC # for menuconfig indenting
+
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_DC_BIG
+ bool "Use bc code base for dc (larger, more features)"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_LESS_DASHCMD
- help
- Enables "-N" command.
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_LESS_RAW
- bool "Enable -R ('raw control characters')"
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_DC_LIBM
+ bool "Enable power and exp functions (requires libm)"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_LESS_DASHCMD
+ depends on BUSYBOX_DC && !BUSYBOX_BC && !BUSYBOX_FEATURE_DC_BIG
help
- This is essential for less applet to work with tools that use colors
- and paging, such as git, systemd tools or nmcli.
+ Enable power and exp functions.
+ NOTE: This will require libm to be present for linking.
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_LESS_ENV
- bool "Take options from $LESS environment variable"
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_BC_INTERACTIVE
+ bool "Interactive mode (+4kb)"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_LESS_DASHCMD
- help
- This is essential for less applet to work with tools that use colors
- and paging, such as git, systemd tools or nmcli.
-
-config BUSYBOX_LSSCSI
- bool "lsscsi (2.5 kb)"
- default n
- #select PLATFORM_LINUX
- help
- lsscsi is a utility for displaying information about SCSI buses in the
- system and devices connected to them.
-
- This version uses sysfs (/sys/bus/scsi/devices) only.
-
-config BUSYBOX_NANDWRITE
- bool "nandwrite"
- default n
- select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
+ depends on BUSYBOX_BC || (BUSYBOX_DC && BUSYBOX_FEATURE_DC_BIG)
help
- Write to the specified MTD device, with bad blocks awareness
+ Enable interactive mode: when started on a tty,
+ ^C interrupts execution and returns to command line,
+ errors also return to command line instead of exiting,
+ line editing with history is available.
-config BUSYBOX_NANDDUMP
- bool "nanddump"
- default n
- select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
- help
- Dump the content of raw NAND chip
-
-config BUSYBOX_PARTPROBE
- bool "partprobe (3.5 kb)"
- default n
- select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
- help
- Ask kernel to rescan partition table.
-
-config BUSYBOX_SETFATTR
- bool "setfattr (3.7 kb)"
- default n
- help
- Set/delete extended attributes on files
-
-config BUSYBOX_SETSERIAL
- bool "setserial"
- default n
- select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
- help
- Retrieve or set Linux serial port.
-
-config BUSYBOX_UBIATTACH
- bool "ubiattach"
- default n
- select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
- help
- Attach MTD device to an UBI device.
-
-config BUSYBOX_UBIDETACH
- bool "ubidetach"
- default n
- select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
- help
- Detach MTD device from an UBI device.
-
-config BUSYBOX_UBIMKVOL
- bool "ubimkvol"
- default n
- select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
- help
- Create a UBI volume.
-
-config BUSYBOX_UBIRMVOL
- bool "ubirmvol"
- default n
- select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
- help
- Delete a UBI volume.
-
-config BUSYBOX_UBIRSVOL
- bool "ubirsvol"
- default n
- select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
- help
- Resize a UBI volume.
-
-config BUSYBOX_UBIUPDATEVOL
- bool "ubiupdatevol"
- default n
- select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
- help
- Update a UBI volume.
-
-config BUSYBOX_UBIRENAME
- bool "ubirename"
- default n
- select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
- help
- Utility to rename UBI volumes
-
-config BUSYBOX_ADJTIMEX
- bool "adjtimex"
- default n
- select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
- help
- Adjtimex reads and optionally sets adjustment parameters for
- the Linux clock adjustment algorithm.
-
-config BUSYBOX_BBCONFIG
- bool "bbconfig"
- default n
- help
- The bbconfig applet will print the config file with which
- busybox was built.
+ With this option off, input can still be taken from tty,
+ but all errors are fatal, ^C is fatal,
+ tty is treated exactly the same as any other
+ standard input (IOW: no line editing).
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_COMPRESS_BBCONFIG
- bool "Compress bbconfig data"
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_BC_LONG_OPTIONS
+ bool "Enable bc/dc long options"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_BBCONFIG
- help
- Store bbconfig data in compressed form, uncompress them on-the-fly
- before output.
-
- If you have a really tiny busybox with few applets enabled (and
- bunzip2 isn't one of them), the overhead of the decompressor might
- be noticeable. Also, if you run executables directly from ROM
- and have very little memory, this might not be a win. Otherwise,
- you probably want this.
+ depends on BUSYBOX_BC || (BUSYBOX_DC && BUSYBOX_FEATURE_DC_BIG)
+endif
config BUSYBOX_BEEP
- bool "beep"
- default n
+ bool "beep (2.4 kb)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- The beep applets beeps in a given freq/Hz.
+ The beep applets beeps in a given freq/Hz.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_BEEP_FREQ
int "default frequency"
- range 0 2147483647
+ range 20 50000 # allowing 0 here breaks the build
default 4000
depends on BUSYBOX_BEEP
help
- Frequency for default beep.
+ Frequency for default beep.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_BEEP_LENGTH_MS
int "default length"
@@ -295,423 +140,477 @@ config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_BEEP_LENGTH_MS
default 30
depends on BUSYBOX_BEEP
help
- Length in ms for default beep.
-
+ Length in ms for default beep.
config BUSYBOX_CHAT
- bool "chat"
- default n
+ bool "chat (6.3 kb)"
+ default y
help
- Simple chat utility.
+ Simple chat utility.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_CHAT_NOFAIL
bool "Enable NOFAIL expect strings"
depends on BUSYBOX_CHAT
default y
help
- When enabled expect strings which are started with a dash trigger
- no-fail mode. That is when expectation is not met within timeout
- the script is not terminated but sends next SEND string and waits
- for next EXPECT string. This allows to compose far more flexible
- scripts.
+ When enabled expect strings which are started with a dash trigger
+ no-fail mode. That is when expectation is not met within timeout
+ the script is not terminated but sends next SEND string and waits
+ for next EXPECT string. This allows to compose far more flexible
+ scripts.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_CHAT_TTY_HIFI
bool "Force STDIN to be a TTY"
depends on BUSYBOX_CHAT
default n
help
- Original chat always treats STDIN as a TTY device and sets for it
- so-called raw mode. This option turns on such behaviour.
+ Original chat always treats STDIN as a TTY device and sets for it
+ so-called raw mode. This option turns on such behaviour.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_CHAT_IMPLICIT_CR
bool "Enable implicit Carriage Return"
depends on BUSYBOX_CHAT
default y
help
- When enabled make chat to terminate all SEND strings with a "\r"
- unless "\c" is met anywhere in the string.
+ When enabled make chat to terminate all SEND strings with a "\r"
+ unless "\c" is met anywhere in the string.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_CHAT_SWALLOW_OPTS
bool "Swallow options"
depends on BUSYBOX_CHAT
default y
help
- Busybox chat require no options. To make it not fail when used
- in place of original chat (which has a bunch of options) turn
- this on.
+ Busybox chat require no options. To make it not fail when used
+ in place of original chat (which has a bunch of options) turn
+ this on.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_CHAT_SEND_ESCAPES
bool "Support weird SEND escapes"
depends on BUSYBOX_CHAT
default y
help
- Original chat uses some escape sequences in SEND arguments which
- are not sent to device but rather performs special actions.
- E.g. "\K" means to send a break sequence to device.
- "\d" delays execution for a second, "\p" -- for a 1/100 of second.
- Before turning this option on think twice: do you really need them?
+ Original chat uses some escape sequences in SEND arguments which
+ are not sent to device but rather performs special actions.
+ E.g. "\K" means to send a break sequence to device.
+ "\d" delays execution for a second, "\p" -- for a 1/100 of second.
+ Before turning this option on think twice: do you really need them?
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_CHAT_VAR_ABORT_LEN
bool "Support variable-length ABORT conditions"
depends on BUSYBOX_CHAT
default y
help
- Original chat uses fixed 50-bytes length ABORT conditions. Say N here.
+ Original chat uses fixed 50-bytes length ABORT conditions. Say N here.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_CHAT_CLR_ABORT
bool "Support revoking of ABORT conditions"
depends on BUSYBOX_CHAT
default y
help
- Support CLR_ABORT directive.
-
-config BUSYBOX_CHRT
- bool "chrt"
- default n
+ Support CLR_ABORT directive.
+config BUSYBOX_CONSPY
+ bool "conspy (10 kb)"
+ default y
+ select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- manipulate real-time attributes of a process.
- This requires sched_{g,s}etparam support in your libc.
-
+ A text-mode VNC like program for Linux virtual terminals.
+ example: conspy NUM shared access to console num
+ or conspy -nd NUM screenshot of console num
+ or conspy -cs NUM poor man's GNU screen like
config BUSYBOX_CROND
- bool "crond"
- default n
+ bool "crond (14 kb)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SYSLOG
help
- Crond is a background daemon that parses individual crontab
- files and executes commands on behalf of the users in question.
- This is a port of dcron from slackware. It uses files of the
- format /var/spool/cron/crontabs/<username> files, for example:
- $ cat /var/spool/cron/crontabs/root
- # Run daily cron jobs at 4:40 every day:
- 40 4 * * * /etc/cron/daily > /dev/null 2>&1
+ Crond is a background daemon that parses individual crontab
+ files and executes commands on behalf of the users in question.
+ This is a port of dcron from slackware. It uses files of the
+ format /var/spool/cron/crontabs/<username> files, for example:
+ $ cat /var/spool/cron/crontabs/root
+ # Run daily cron jobs at 4:40 every day:
+ 40 4 * * * /etc/cron/daily > /dev/null 2>&1
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_CROND_D
- bool "Support option -d to redirect output to stderr"
+ bool "Support -d (redirect output to stderr)"
depends on BUSYBOX_CROND
default y
help
- -d sets loglevel to 0 (most verbose) and directs all output to stderr.
+ -d N sets loglevel (0:most verbose) and directs all output to stderr.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_CROND_CALL_SENDMAIL
bool "Report command output via email (using sendmail)"
- default n
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_CROND
+ help
+ Command output will be sent to corresponding user via email.
+
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_CROND_SPECIAL_TIMES
+ bool "Support special times (@reboot, @daily, etc) in crontabs"
+ default y
depends on BUSYBOX_CROND
help
- Command output will be sent to corresponding user via email.
+ string meaning
+ ------ -------
+ @reboot Run once, at startup
+ @yearly Run once a year: "0 0 1 1 *"
+ @annually Same as @yearly: "0 0 1 1 *"
+ @monthly Run once a month: "0 0 1 * *"
+ @weekly Run once a week: "0 0 * * 0"
+ @daily Run once a day: "0 0 * * *"
+ @midnight Same as @daily: "0 0 * * *"
+ @hourly Run once an hour: "0 * * * *"
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_CROND_DIR
string "crond spool directory"
default "/var/spool/cron"
depends on BUSYBOX_CROND || BUSYBOX_CRONTAB
help
- Location of crond spool.
-
+ Location of crond spool.
config BUSYBOX_CRONTAB
- bool "crontab"
- default n
- help
- Crontab manipulates the crontab for a particular user. Only
- the superuser may specify a different user and/or crontab directory.
- Note that Busybox binary must be setuid root for this applet to
- work properly.
-
-config BUSYBOX_BC
- bool "bc (45 kb)"
- default n
- select BUSYBOX_FEATURE_DC_BIG
- help
- bc is a command-line, arbitrary-precision calculator with a
- Turing-complete language. See the GNU bc manual
- (https://www.gnu.org/software/bc/manual/bc.html) and bc spec
- (http://pubs.opengroup.org/onlinepubs/9699919799/utilities/bc.html).
-
- This bc has five differences to the GNU bc:
- 1) The period (.) is a shortcut for "last", as in the BSD bc.
- 2) Arrays are copied before being passed as arguments to
- functions. This behavior is required by the bc spec.
- 3) Arrays can be passed to the builtin "length" function to get
- the number of elements in the array. This prints "1":
- a[0] = 0; length(a[])
- 4) The precedence of the boolean "not" operator (!) is equal to
- that of the unary minus (-) negation operator. This still
- allows POSIX-compliant scripts to work while somewhat
- preserving expected behavior (versus C) and making parsing
- easier.
- 5) "read()" accepts expressions, not only numeric literals.
-
-
-config BUSYBOX_DC
- bool "dc"
- default n
- help
- Dc is a reverse-polish desk calculator which supports unlimited
- precision arithmetic.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_DC_LIBM
- bool "Enable power and exp functions (requires libm)"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_DC
+ bool "crontab (10 kb)"
+ default y
help
- Enable power and exp functions.
- NOTE: This will require libm to be present for linking.
-
+ Crontab manipulates the crontab for a particular user. Only
+ the superuser may specify a different user and/or crontab directory.
+ Note that busybox binary must be setuid root for this applet to
+ work properly.
config BUSYBOX_DEVFSD
bool "devfsd (obsolete)"
default n
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
select BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SYSLOG
help
- This is deprecated and should NOT be used anymore.
- Use linux >= 2.6 (optionally with hotplug) and mdev instead!
- See docs/mdev.txt for detailed instructions on how to use mdev
- instead.
+ This is deprecated and should NOT be used anymore.
+ Use linux >= 2.6 (optionally with hotplug) and mdev instead!
+ See docs/mdev.txt for detailed instructions on how to use mdev
+ instead.
- Provides compatibility with old device names on a devfs systems.
- You should set it to true if you have devfs enabled.
- The following keywords in devsfd.conf are supported:
- "CLEAR_CONFIG", "INCLUDE", "OPTIONAL_INCLUDE", "RESTORE",
- "PERMISSIONS", "EXECUTE", "COPY", "IGNORE",
- "MKOLDCOMPAT", "MKNEWCOMPAT","RMOLDCOMPAT", "RMNEWCOMPAT".
+ Provides compatibility with old device names on a devfs systems.
+ You should set it to true if you have devfs enabled.
+ The following keywords in devsfd.conf are supported:
+ "CLEAR_CONFIG", "INCLUDE", "OPTIONAL_INCLUDE", "RESTORE",
+ "PERMISSIONS", "EXECUTE", "COPY", "IGNORE",
+ "MKOLDCOMPAT", "MKNEWCOMPAT","RMOLDCOMPAT", "RMNEWCOMPAT".
- But only if they are written UPPERCASE!!!!!!!!
+ But only if they are written UPPERCASE!!!!!!!!
config BUSYBOX_DEVFSD_MODLOAD
bool "Adds support for MODLOAD keyword in devsfd.conf"
- default n
+ default y
depends on BUSYBOX_DEVFSD
help
- This actually doesn't work with busybox modutils but needs
- the external modutils.
+ This actually doesn't work with busybox modutils but needs
+ the external modutils.
config BUSYBOX_DEVFSD_FG_NP
- bool "Enables the -fg and -np options"
- default n
+ bool "Enable the -fg and -np options"
+ default y
depends on BUSYBOX_DEVFSD
help
- -fg Run the daemon in the foreground.
- -np Exit after parsing the configuration file.
- Do not poll for events.
+ -fg Run the daemon in the foreground.
+ -np Exit after parsing config. Do not poll for events.
config BUSYBOX_DEVFSD_VERBOSE
bool "Increases logging (and size)"
- default n
+ default y
depends on BUSYBOX_DEVFSD
help
- Increases logging to stderr or syslog.
+ Increases logging to stderr or syslog.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_DEVFS
bool "Use devfs names for all devices (obsolete)"
default n
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- This is obsolete and should NOT be used anymore.
- Use linux >= 2.6 (optionally with hotplug) and mdev instead!
-
- For legacy systems -- if there is no way around devfsd -- this
- tells busybox to look for names like /dev/loop/0 instead of
- /dev/loop0. If your /dev directory has normal names instead of
- devfs names, you don't want this.
+ This is obsolete and should NOT be used anymore.
+ Use linux >= 2.6 (optionally with hotplug) and mdev instead!
+ For legacy systems -- if there is no way around devfsd -- this
+ tells busybox to look for names like /dev/loop/0 instead of
+ /dev/loop0. If your /dev directory has normal names instead of
+ devfs names, you don't want this.
config BUSYBOX_DEVMEM
- bool "devmem"
- default n
- help
- devmem is a small program that reads and writes from physical
- memory using /dev/mem.
-
-config BUSYBOX_EJECT
- bool "eject"
- default n
- select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
- help
- Used to eject cdroms. (defaults to /dev/cdrom)
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_EJECT_SCSI
- bool "SCSI support"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_EJECT
+ bool "devmem (2.5 kb)"
+ default y
help
- Add the -s option to eject, this allows to eject SCSI-Devices and
- usb-storage devices.
-
+ devmem is a small program that reads and writes from physical
+ memory using /dev/mem.
config BUSYBOX_FBSPLASH
- bool "fbsplash"
- default n
+ bool "fbsplash (26 kb)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- Shows splash image and progress bar on framebuffer device.
- Can be used during boot phase of an embedded device. ~2kb.
- Usage:
- - use kernel option 'vga=xxx' or otherwise enable fb device.
- - put somewhere fbsplash.cfg file and an image in .ppm format.
- - $ setsid fbsplash [params] &
+ Shows splash image and progress bar on framebuffer device.
+ Can be used during boot phase of an embedded device.
+ Usage:
+ - use kernel option 'vga=xxx' or otherwise enable fb device.
+ - put somewhere fbsplash.cfg file and an image in .ppm format.
+ - $ setsid fbsplash [params] &
-c: hide cursor
-d /dev/fbN: framebuffer device (if not /dev/fb0)
-s path_to_image_file (can be "-" for stdin)
-i path_to_cfg_file (can be "-" for stdin)
-f path_to_fifo (can be "-" for stdin)
- - if you want to run it only in presence of kernel parameter:
- grep -q "fbsplash=on" </proc/cmdline && BUSYBOX_setsid fbsplash [params] &
- - commands for fifo:
+ - if you want to run it only in presence of kernel parameter:
+ grep -q "fbsplash=on" </proc/cmdline && setsid fbsplash [params] &
+ - commands for fifo:
"NN" (ASCII decimal number) - percentage to show on progress bar
"exit" - well you guessed it
-
-config BUSYBOX_FLASHCP
- bool "flashcp"
+config BUSYBOX_FLASH_ERASEALL
+ bool "flash_eraseall (5.9 kb)"
default n # doesn't build on Ubuntu 8.04
help
- The flashcp binary, inspired by mtd-utils as of git head 5eceb74f7.
- This utility is used to copy images into a MTD device.
-
+ The flash_eraseall binary from mtd-utils as of git head c4c6a59eb.
+ This utility is used to erase the whole MTD device.
config BUSYBOX_FLASH_LOCK
- bool "flash_lock"
+ bool "flash_lock (2.1 kb)"
default n # doesn't build on Ubuntu 8.04
help
- The flash_lock binary from mtd-utils as of git head 5ec0c10d0. This
- utility locks part or all of the flash device.
+ The flash_lock binary from mtd-utils as of git head 5ec0c10d0. This
+ utility locks part or all of the flash device.
config BUSYBOX_FLASH_UNLOCK
- bool "flash_unlock"
+ bool "flash_unlock (1.3 kb)"
default n # doesn't build on Ubuntu 8.04
help
- The flash_unlock binary from mtd-utils as of git head 5ec0c10d0. This
- utility unlocks part or all of the flash device.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FLASH_ERASEALL
- bool "flash_eraseall"
+ The flash_unlock binary from mtd-utils as of git head 5ec0c10d0. This
+ utility unlocks part or all of the flash device.
+config BUSYBOX_FLASHCP
+ bool "flashcp (5.3 kb)"
default n # doesn't build on Ubuntu 8.04
help
- The flash_eraseall binary from mtd-utils as of git head c4c6a59eb.
- This utility is used to erase the whole MTD device.
-
-config BUSYBOX_IONICE
- bool "ionice"
- default n
- select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
- help
- Set/set program io scheduling class and priority
- Requires kernel >= 2.6.13
-
-config BUSYBOX_INOTIFYD
- bool "inotifyd"
- default n # doesn't build on Knoppix 5
- help
- Simple inotify daemon. Reports filesystem changes. Requires
- kernel >= 2.6.13
-
-config BUSYBOX_LAST
- bool "last"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_WTMP
- help
- 'last' displays a list of the last users that logged into the system.
-
-choice
- prompt "Choose last implementation"
- depends on BUSYBOX_LAST
- default FEATURE_LAST_FANCY
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_LAST_SMALL
- bool "small"
- help
- This is a small version of last with just the basic set of
- features.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_LAST_FANCY
- bool "huge"
- help
- 'last' displays detailed information about the last users that
- logged into the system (mimics sysvinit last). +900 bytes.
-endchoice
-
+ The flashcp binary, inspired by mtd-utils as of git head 5eceb74f7.
+ This utility is used to copy images into a MTD device.
config BUSYBOX_HDPARM
- bool "hdparm"
- default n
- depends on !BUSYBOX_DISABLE_HDPARM
+ bool "hdparm (25 kb)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- Get/Set hard drive parameters. Primarily intended for ATA
- drives. Adds about 13k (or around 30k if you enable the
- FEATURE_HDPARM_GET_IDENTITY option)....
+ Get/Set hard drive parameters. Primarily intended for ATA
+ drives.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_HDPARM_GET_IDENTITY
bool "Support obtaining detailed information directly from drives"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_HDPARM
help
- Enables the -I and -i options to obtain detailed information
- directly from drives about their capabilities and supported ATA
- feature set. If no device name is specified, hdparm will read
- identify data from stdin. Enabling this option will add about 16k...
+ Enable the -I and -i options to obtain detailed information
+ directly from drives about their capabilities and supported ATA
+ feature set. If no device name is specified, hdparm will read
+ identify data from stdin. Enabling this option will add about 16k...
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_HDPARM_HDIO_SCAN_HWIF
bool "Register an IDE interface (DANGEROUS)"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_HDPARM
help
- Enables the 'hdparm -R' option to register an IDE interface.
- This is dangerous stuff, so you should probably say N.
+ Enable the 'hdparm -R' option to register an IDE interface.
+ This is dangerous stuff, so you should probably say N.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_HDPARM_HDIO_UNREGISTER_HWIF
bool "Un-register an IDE interface (DANGEROUS)"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_HDPARM
help
- Enables the 'hdparm -U' option to un-register an IDE interface.
- This is dangerous stuff, so you should probably say N.
+ Enable the 'hdparm -U' option to un-register an IDE interface.
+ This is dangerous stuff, so you should probably say N.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_HDPARM_HDIO_DRIVE_RESET
bool "Perform device reset (DANGEROUS)"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_HDPARM
help
- Enables the 'hdparm -w' option to perform a device reset.
- This is dangerous stuff, so you should probably say N.
+ Enable the 'hdparm -w' option to perform a device reset.
+ This is dangerous stuff, so you should probably say N.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_HDPARM_HDIO_TRISTATE_HWIF
bool "Tristate device for hotswap (DANGEROUS)"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_HDPARM
help
- Enables the 'hdparm -x' option to tristate device for hotswap,
- and the '-b' option to get/set bus state. This is dangerous
- stuff, so you should probably say N.
+ Enable the 'hdparm -x' option to tristate device for hotswap,
+ and the '-b' option to get/set bus state. This is dangerous
+ stuff, so you should probably say N.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_HDPARM_HDIO_GETSET_DMA
bool "Get/set using_dma flag"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_HDPARM
help
- Enables the 'hdparm -d' option to get/set using_dma flag.
-
+ Enable the 'hdparm -d' option to get/set using_dma flag.
config BUSYBOX_HEXEDIT
bool "hexedit (21 kb)"
- default n
+ default y
help
Edit file in hexadecimal.
+config BUSYBOX_I2CGET
+ bool "i2cget (5.5 kb)"
+ default y
+ select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
+ help
+ Read from I2C/SMBus chip registers.
+
+config BUSYBOX_I2CSET
+ bool "i2cset (6.7 kb)"
+ default y
+ select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
+ help
+ Set I2C registers.
+
+config BUSYBOX_I2CDUMP
+ bool "i2cdump (7.1 kb)"
+ default y
+ select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
+ help
+ Examine I2C registers.
+
+config BUSYBOX_I2CDETECT
+ bool "i2cdetect (7.1 kb)"
+ default y
+ select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
+ help
+ Detect I2C chips.
+
+config BUSYBOX_I2CTRANSFER
+ bool "i2ctransfer (4.0 kb)"
+ default y
+ select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
+ help
+ Send user-defined I2C messages in one transfer.
+
+config BUSYBOX_INOTIFYD
+ bool "inotifyd (3.6 kb)"
+ default n # doesn't build on Knoppix 5
+ help
+ Simple inotify daemon. Reports filesystem changes. Requires
+ kernel >= 2.6.13
+config BUSYBOX_LESS
+ bool "less (16 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ 'less' is a pager, meaning that it displays text files. It possesses
+ a wide array of features, and is an improvement over 'more'.
+
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_LESS_MAXLINES
+ int "Max number of input lines less will try to eat"
+ default 9999999
+ depends on BUSYBOX_LESS
+
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_LESS_BRACKETS
+ bool "Enable bracket searching"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_LESS
+ help
+ This option adds the capability to search for matching left and right
+ brackets, facilitating programming.
+
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_LESS_FLAGS
+ bool "Enable -m/-M"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_LESS
+ help
+ The -M/-m flag enables a more sophisticated status line.
+
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_LESS_TRUNCATE
+ bool "Enable -S"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_LESS
+ help
+ The -S flag causes long lines to be truncated rather than
+ wrapped.
+
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_LESS_MARKS
+ bool "Enable marks"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_LESS
+ help
+ Marks enable positions in a file to be stored for easy reference.
+
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_LESS_REGEXP
+ bool "Enable regular expressions"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_LESS
+ help
+ Enable regular expressions, allowing complex file searches.
+
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_LESS_WINCH
+ bool "Enable automatic resizing on window size changes"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_LESS
+ help
+ Makes less track window size changes.
+
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_LESS_ASK_TERMINAL
+ bool "Use 'tell me cursor position' ESC sequence to measure window"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_LESS_WINCH
+ help
+ Makes less track window size changes.
+ If terminal size can't be retrieved and $LINES/$COLUMNS are not set,
+ this option makes less perform a last-ditch effort to find it:
+ position cursor to 999,999 and ask terminal to report real
+ cursor position using "ESC [ 6 n" escape sequence, then read stdin.
+ This is not clean but helps a lot on serial lines and such.
+
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_LESS_DASHCMD
+ bool "Enable flag changes ('-' command)"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_LESS
+ help
+ This enables the ability to change command-line flags within
+ less itself ('-' keyboard command).
+
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_LESS_LINENUMS
+ bool "Enable -N (dynamic switching of line numbers)"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_LESS_DASHCMD
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_LESS_RAW
+ bool "Enable -R ('raw control characters')"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_LESS_DASHCMD
+ help
+ This is essential for less applet to work with tools that use colors
+ and paging, such as git, systemd tools or nmcli.
+
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_LESS_ENV
+ bool "Take options from $LESS environment variable"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_LESS_DASHCMD
+ help
+ This is essential for less applet to work with tools that use colors
+ and paging, such as git, systemd tools or nmcli.
+config BUSYBOX_LSSCSI
+ bool "lsscsi (2.5 kb)"
+ default y
+ #select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
+ help
+ lsscsi is a utility for displaying information about SCSI buses in the
+ system and devices connected to them.
+
+ This version uses sysfs (/sys/bus/scsi/devices) only.
config BUSYBOX_MAKEDEVS
- bool "makedevs"
- default n
+ bool "makedevs (9.2 kb)"
+ default y
help
- 'makedevs' is a utility used to create a batch of devices with
- one command.
+ 'makedevs' is a utility used to create a batch of devices with
+ one command.
- There are two choices for command line behaviour, the interface
- as used by LEAF/Linux Router Project, or a device table file.
+ There are two choices for command line behaviour, the interface
+ as used by LEAF/Linux Router Project, or a device table file.
- 'leaf' is traditionally what busybox follows, it allows multiple
- devices of a particluar type to be created per command.
- e.g. /dev/hda[0-9]
- Device properties are passed as command line arguments.
+ 'leaf' is traditionally what busybox follows, it allows multiple
+ devices of a particluar type to be created per command.
+ e.g. /dev/hda[0-9]
+ Device properties are passed as command line arguments.
- 'table' reads device properties from a file or stdin, allowing
- a batch of unrelated devices to be made with one command.
- User/group names are allowed as an alternative to uid/gid.
+ 'table' reads device properties from a file or stdin, allowing
+ a batch of unrelated devices to be made with one command.
+ User/group names are allowed as an alternative to uid/gid.
choice
prompt "Choose makedevs behaviour"
depends on BUSYBOX_MAKEDEVS
- default FEATURE_MAKEDEVS_TABLE
+ default BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MAKEDEVS_TABLE
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MAKEDEVS_LEAF
bool "leaf"
@@ -720,179 +619,197 @@ config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MAKEDEVS_TABLE
bool "table"
endchoice
-
config BUSYBOX_MAN
- bool "man"
- default n
+ bool "man (26 kb)"
+ default y
help
- Format and display manual pages.
-
+ Format and display manual pages.
config BUSYBOX_MICROCOM
- bool "microcom"
- default n
+ bool "microcom (5.7 kb)"
+ default y
help
- The poor man's minicom utility for chatting with serial port devices.
-
+ The poor man's minicom utility for chatting with serial port devices.
config BUSYBOX_MIM
bool "mim (0.5 kb)"
- default n
+ default y
depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SH_EMBEDDED_SCRIPTS
help
Run a script from a Makefile-like specification file.
Unlike 'make' dependencies aren't supported.
-
-config BUSYBOX_MOUNTPOINT
- bool "mountpoint"
- default n
- help
- mountpoint checks if the directory is a mountpoint.
-
config BUSYBOX_MT
- bool "mt"
- default n
+ bool "mt (2.5 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ mt is used to control tape devices. You can use the mt utility
+ to advance or rewind a tape past a specified number of archive
+ files on the tape.
+config BUSYBOX_NANDWRITE
+ bool "nandwrite (4.8 kb)"
+ default y
+ select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- mt is used to control tape devices. You can use the mt utility
- to advance or rewind a tape past a specified number of archive
- files on the tape.
+ Write to the specified MTD device, with bad blocks awareness
+config BUSYBOX_NANDDUMP
+ bool "nanddump (5.2 kb)"
+ default y
+ select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
+ help
+ Dump the content of raw NAND chip
+config BUSYBOX_PARTPROBE
+ bool "partprobe (3.5 kb)"
+ default y
+ select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
+ help
+ Ask kernel to rescan partition table.
config BUSYBOX_RAIDAUTORUN
- bool "raidautorun"
- default n
+ bool "raidautorun (1.3 kb)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- raidautorun tells the kernel md driver to
- search and start RAID arrays.
-
+ raidautorun tells the kernel md driver to
+ search and start RAID arrays.
config BUSYBOX_READAHEAD
- bool "readahead"
- default n
+ bool "readahead (1.5 kb)"
+ default y
depends on BUSYBOX_LFS
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- Preload the files listed on the command line into RAM cache so that
- subsequent reads on these files will not block on disk I/O.
+ Preload the files listed on the command line into RAM cache so that
+ subsequent reads on these files will not block on disk I/O.
- This applet just calls the readahead(2) system call on each file.
- It is mainly useful in system startup scripts to preload files
- or executables before they are used. When used at the right time
- (in particular when a CPU bound process is running) it can
- significantly speed up system startup.
-
- As readahead(2) blocks until each file has been read, it is best to
- run this applet as a background job.
+ This applet just calls the readahead(2) system call on each file.
+ It is mainly useful in system startup scripts to preload files
+ or executables before they are used. When used at the right time
+ (in particular when a CPU bound process is running) it can
+ significantly speed up system startup.
+ As readahead(2) blocks until each file has been read, it is best to
+ run this applet as a background job.
config BUSYBOX_RFKILL
- bool "rfkill"
- depends on !BUSYBOX_DISABLE_RFKILL
- default n
+ bool "rfkill (4.4 kb)"
+ default n # doesn't build on Ubuntu 9.04
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- Enable/disable wireless devices.
+ Enable/disable wireless devices.
- rfkill list : list all wireless devices
- rfkill list bluetooth : list all bluetooth devices
- rfkill list 1 : list device corresponding to the given index
- rfkill block|unblock wlan : block/unblock all wlan(wifi) devices
+ rfkill list : list all wireless devices
+ rfkill list bluetooth : list all bluetooth devices
+ rfkill list 1 : list device corresponding to the given index
+ rfkill block|unblock wlan : block/unblock all wlan(wifi) devices
config BUSYBOX_RUNLEVEL
- bool "runlevel"
- default n
+ bool "runlevel (559 bytes)"
+ default y
depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_UTMP
help
- find the current and previous system runlevel.
-
- This applet uses utmp but does not rely on busybox supporing
- utmp on purpose. It is used by e.g. emdebian via /etc/init.d/rc.
+ Find the current and previous system runlevel.
+ This applet uses utmp but does not rely on busybox supporing
+ utmp on purpose. It is used by e.g. emdebian via /etc/init.d/rc.
config BUSYBOX_RX
- bool "rx"
- default n
+ bool "rx (2.9 kb)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- Receive files using the Xmodem protocol.
-
-config BUSYBOX_SETSID
- bool "setsid"
- default n
- help
- setsid runs a program in a new session
-
-config BUSYBOX_STRINGS
- bool "strings"
- default n
+ Receive files using the Xmodem protocol.
+config BUSYBOX_SETFATTR
+ bool "setfattr (3.7 kb)"
+ default y
help
- strings prints the printable character sequences for each file
- specified.
-
-config BUSYBOX_TASKSET
- bool "taskset"
- default n # doesn't build on some non-x86 targets (m68k)
+ Set/delete extended attributes on files
+config BUSYBOX_SETSERIAL
+ bool "setserial (6.9 kb)"
+ default y
+ select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- Retrieve or set a processes's CPU affinity.
- This requires sched_{g,s}etaffinity support in your libc.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TASKSET_FANCY
- bool "Fancy output"
+ Retrieve or set Linux serial port.
+config BUSYBOX_STRINGS
+ bool "strings (4.6 kb)"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_TASKSET
help
- Add code for fancy output. This merely silences a compiler-warning
- and adds about 135 Bytes. May be needed for machines with alot
- of CPUs.
-
+ strings prints the printable character sequences for each file
+ specified.
config BUSYBOX_TIME
- bool "time"
- default n
+ bool "time (6.8 kb)"
+ default y
help
- The time command runs the specified program with the given arguments.
- When the command finishes, time writes a message to standard output
- giving timing statistics about this program run.
-
+ The time command runs the specified program with the given arguments.
+ When the command finishes, time writes a message to standard output
+ giving timing statistics about this program run.
config BUSYBOX_TS
bool "ts (450 bytes)"
- default n
+ default y
+config BUSYBOX_TTYSIZE
+ bool "ttysize (432 bytes)"
+ default y
+ help
+ A replacement for "stty size". Unlike stty, can report only width,
+ only height, or both, in any order. It also does not complain on
+ error, but returns default 80x24.
+ Usage in shell scripts: width=`ttysize w`.
+config BUSYBOX_UBIATTACH
+ bool "ubiattach (4.2 kb)"
+ default y
+ select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
+ help
+ Attach MTD device to an UBI device.
-config BUSYBOX_TIMEOUT
- bool "timeout"
- default n
+config BUSYBOX_UBIDETACH
+ bool "ubidetach (4.1 kb)"
+ default y
+ select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- Runs a program and watches it. If it does not terminate in
- specified number of seconds, it is sent a signal.
+ Detach MTD device from an UBI device.
-config BUSYBOX_TTYSIZE
- bool "ttysize"
- default n
+config BUSYBOX_UBIMKVOL
+ bool "ubimkvol (5.3 kb)"
+ default y
+ select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- A replacement for "stty size". Unlike stty, can report only width,
- only height, or both, in any order. It also does not complain on
- error, but returns default 80x24.
- Usage in shell scripts: width=`ttysize w`.
+ Create a UBI volume.
-config BUSYBOX_VOLNAME
- bool "volname"
- default n
+config BUSYBOX_UBIRMVOL
+ bool "ubirmvol (4.9 kb)"
+ default y
+ select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- Prints a CD-ROM volume name.
+ Delete a UBI volume.
-config BUSYBOX_WALL
- bool "wall"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_UTMP
+config BUSYBOX_UBIRSVOL
+ bool "ubirsvol (4.2 kb)"
+ default y
+ select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- Write a message to all users that are logged in.
+ Resize a UBI volume.
+config BUSYBOX_UBIUPDATEVOL
+ bool "ubiupdatevol (5.2 kb)"
+ default y
+ select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
+ help
+ Update a UBI volume.
+config BUSYBOX_UBIRENAME
+ bool "ubirename (2.4 kb)"
+ default y
+ select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
+ help
+ Utility to rename UBI volumes
+config BUSYBOX_VOLNAME
+ bool "volname (1.6 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ Prints a CD-ROM volume name.
config BUSYBOX_WATCHDOG
- bool "watchdog"
- default y if ADK_TARGET_WITH_WATCHDOG
- default n
- depends on !BUSYBOX_DISABLE_WATCHDOG
+ bool "watchdog (5.3 kb)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- The watchdog utility is used with hardware or software watchdog
- device drivers. It opens the specified watchdog device special file
- and periodically writes a magic character to the device. If the
- watchdog applet ever fails to write the magic character within a
- certain amount of time, the watchdog device assumes the system has
- hung, and will cause the hardware to reboot.
+ The watchdog utility is used with hardware or software watchdog
+ device drivers. It opens the specified watchdog device special file
+ and periodically writes a magic character to the device. If the
+ watchdog applet ever fails to write the magic character within a
+ certain amount of time, the watchdog device assumes the system has
+ hung, and will cause the hardware to reboot.
endmenu
diff --git a/package/busybox/config/modutils/Config.in b/package/busybox/config/modutils/Config.in
index 22d554e..141e5ea 100644
--- a/package/busybox/config/modutils/Config.in
+++ b/package/busybox/config/modutils/Config.in
@@ -1,138 +1,98 @@
# DO NOT EDIT. This file is generated from Config.src
#
# For a description of the syntax of this configuration file,
-# see scripts/kbuild/config-language.txt.
+# see docs/Kconfig-language.txt.
#
menu "Linux Module Utilities"
-config BUSYBOX_MODINFO
- bool "modinfo"
- default n
- depends on !BUSYBOX_DISABLE_KMOD
- select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
- help
- Show information about a Linux Kernel module
-
config BUSYBOX_MODPROBE_SMALL
bool "Simplified modutils"
- default n
- depends on !BUSYBOX_DISABLE_KMOD
- select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
+ default y
help
- Simplified modutils.
-
- With this option modprobe does not require modules.dep file
- and does not use /etc/modules.conf file.
- It scans module files in /lib/modules/`uname -r` and
- determines dependencies and module alias names on the fly.
- This may make module loading slower, most notably
- when one needs to load module by alias (this requires
- scanning through module _bodies_).
+ Build smaller (~1.5 kbytes), simplified module tools.
- At the first attempt to load a module by alias modprobe
- will try to generate modules.dep.bb file in order to speed up
- future loads by alias. Failure to do so (read-only /lib/modules,
- etc) is not reported, and future modprobes will be slow too.
+ This option by itself does not enable any applets -
+ you need to select applets individually below.
- NB: modules.dep.bb file format is not compatible
- with modules.dep file as created/used by standard module tools.
+ With this option modprobe does not require modules.dep file
+ and does not use /etc/modules.conf file.
+ It scans module files in /lib/modules/`uname -r` and
+ determines dependencies and module alias names on the fly.
+ This may make module loading slower, most notably
+ when one needs to load module by alias (this requires
+ scanning through module _bodies_).
- Additional module parameters can be stored in
- /etc/modules/$module_name files.
+ At the first attempt to load a module by alias modprobe
+ will try to generate modules.dep.bb file in order to speed up
+ future loads by alias. Failure to do so (read-only /lib/modules,
+ etc) is not reported, and future modprobes will be slow too.
- Apart from modprobe, other utilities are also provided:
- - insmod is an alias to modprobe
- - rmmod is an alias to modprobe -r
- - depmod generates modules.dep.bb
+ NB: modules.dep.bb file format is not compatible
+ with modules.dep file as created/used by standard module tools.
- As of 2008-07, this code is experimental. It is 14kb smaller
- than "non-small" modutils.
+ Additional module parameters can be stored in
+ /etc/modules/$module_name files.
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MODPROBE_SMALL_OPTIONS_ON_CMDLINE
- bool "Accept module options on modprobe command line"
+config BUSYBOX_DEPMOD
+ bool "depmod (27 kb)"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_MODPROBE_SMALL
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- Allow insmod and modprobe take module options from command line.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MODPROBE_SMALL_CHECK_ALREADY_LOADED
- bool "Skip loading of already loaded modules"
- default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_MODPROBE_SMALL
- help
- Check if the module is already loaded.
-
+ depmod generates modules.dep (and potentially modules.alias
+ and modules.symbols) that contain dependency information
+ for modprobe.
config BUSYBOX_INSMOD
- bool "insmod"
+ bool "insmod (22 kb)"
default y
- depends on !BUSYBOX_MODPROBE_SMALL
- depends on !BUSYBOX_DISABLE_KMOD
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- insmod is used to load specified modules in the running kernel.
-
-config BUSYBOX_RMMOD
- bool "rmmod"
- default y
- depends on !BUSYBOX_MODPROBE_SMALL
- depends on !BUSYBOX_DISABLE_KMOD
- select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
- help
- rmmod is used to unload specified modules from the kernel.
-
+ insmod is used to load specified modules in the running kernel.
config BUSYBOX_LSMOD
- bool "lsmod"
+ bool "lsmod (1.9 kb)"
default y
- depends on !BUSYBOX_MODPROBE_SMALL
- depends on !BUSYBOX_DISABLE_KMOD
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- lsmod is used to display a list of loaded modules.
+ lsmod is used to display a list of loaded modules.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_LSMOD_PRETTY_2_6_OUTPUT
bool "Pretty output"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_LSMOD
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_LSMOD && !BUSYBOX_MODPROBE_SMALL
+ help
+ This option makes output format of lsmod adjusted to
+ the format of module-init-tools for Linux kernel 2.6.
+ Increases size somewhat.
+config BUSYBOX_MODINFO
+ bool "modinfo (24 kb)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- This option makes output format of lsmod adjusted to
- the format of module-init-tools for Linux kernel 2.6.
- Increases size somewhat.
-
+ Show information about a Linux Kernel module
config BUSYBOX_MODPROBE
- bool "modprobe"
- default n
- depends on !BUSYBOX_DISABLE_KMOD
- depends on !BUSYBOX_MODPROBE_SMALL
+ bool "modprobe (28 kb)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- Handle the loading of modules, and their dependencies on a high
- level.
+ Handle the loading of modules, and their dependencies on a high
+ level.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MODPROBE_BLACKLIST
bool "Blacklist support"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_MODPROBE
- select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_MODPROBE && !BUSYBOX_MODPROBE_SMALL
help
- Say 'y' here to enable support for the 'blacklist' command in
- modprobe.conf. This prevents the alias resolver to resolve
- blacklisted modules. This is useful if you want to prevent your
- hardware autodetection scripts to load modules like evdev, frame
- buffer drivers etc.
-
-config BUSYBOX_DEPMOD
- bool "depmod"
- default n
- depends on !BUSYBOX_DISABLE_KMOD
- depends on !BUSYBOX_MODPROBE_SMALL
+ Say 'y' here to enable support for the 'blacklist' command in
+ modprobe.conf. This prevents the alias resolver to resolve
+ blacklisted modules. This is useful if you want to prevent your
+ hardware autodetection scripts to load modules like evdev, frame
+ buffer drivers etc.
+config BUSYBOX_RMMOD
+ bool "rmmod (3.3 kb)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- depmod generates modules.dep (and potentially modules.alias
- and modules.symbols) that contain dependency information
- for modprobe.
+ rmmod is used to unload specified modules from the kernel.
comment "Options common to multiple modutils"
@@ -154,138 +114,132 @@ config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MODPROBE_SMALL_CHECK_ALREADY_LOADED
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_2_4_MODULES
bool "Support version 2.2/2.4 Linux kernels"
default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_INSMOD || BUSYBOX_RMMOD || BUSYBOX_LSMOD
- select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
+ depends on (BUSYBOX_INSMOD || BUSYBOX_LSMOD || BUSYBOX_MODPROBE || BUSYBOX_RMMOD) && !BUSYBOX_MODPROBE_SMALL
help
- Support module loading for 2.2.x and 2.4.x Linux kernels.
- This increases size considerably. Say N unless you plan
- to run ancient kernels.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_INSMOD_TRY_MMAP
- bool "Try to load module from a mmap'ed area"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_INSMOD || BUSYBOX_MODPROBE_SMALL
- select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
- help
- This option causes module loading code to try to mmap
- module first. If it does not work (for example,
- it does not work for compressed modules), module will be read
- (and unpacked if needed) into a memory block allocated by malloc.
-
- The only case when mmap works but malloc does not is when
- you are trying to load a big module on a very memory-constrained
- machine. Malloc will momentarily need 2x as much memory as mmap.
-
- Choosing N saves about 250 bytes of code (on 32-bit x86).
+ Support module loading for 2.2.x and 2.4.x Linux kernels.
+ This increases size considerably. Say N unless you plan
+ to run ancient kernels.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_INSMOD_VERSION_CHECKING
bool "Enable module version checking"
default n
depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_2_4_MODULES && (BUSYBOX_INSMOD || BUSYBOX_MODPROBE)
- select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- Support checking of versions for modules. This is used to
- ensure that the kernel and module are made for each other.
+ Support checking of versions for modules. This is used to
+ ensure that the kernel and module are made for each other.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_INSMOD_KSYMOOPS_SYMBOLS
bool "Add module symbols to kernel symbol table"
default n
depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_2_4_MODULES && (BUSYBOX_INSMOD || BUSYBOX_MODPROBE)
- select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- By adding module symbols to the kernel symbol table, Oops messages
- occuring within kernel modules can be properly debugged. By enabling
- this feature, module symbols will always be added to the kernel symbol
- table for proper debugging support. If you are not interested in
- Oops messages from kernel modules, say N.
+ By adding module symbols to the kernel symbol table, Oops messages
+ occurring within kernel modules can be properly debugged. By enabling
+ this feature, module symbols will always be added to the kernel symbol
+ table for proper debugging support. If you are not interested in
+ Oops messages from kernel modules, say N.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_INSMOD_LOADINKMEM
bool "In kernel memory optimization (uClinux only)"
default n
depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_2_4_MODULES && (BUSYBOX_INSMOD || BUSYBOX_MODPROBE)
- select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- This is a special uClinux only memory optimization that lets insmod
- load the specified kernel module directly into kernel space, reducing
- memory usage by preventing the need for two copies of the module
- being loaded into memory.
+ This is a special uClinux only memory optimization that lets insmod
+ load the specified kernel module directly into kernel space, reducing
+ memory usage by preventing the need for two copies of the module
+ being loaded into memory.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_INSMOD_LOAD_MAP
bool "Enable insmod load map (-m) option"
default n
depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_2_4_MODULES && BUSYBOX_INSMOD
- select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- Enabling this, one would be able to get a load map
- output on stdout. This makes kernel module debugging
- easier.
- If you don't plan to debug kernel modules, you
- don't need this option.
+ Enabling this, one would be able to get a load map
+ output on stdout. This makes kernel module debugging
+ easier.
+ If you don't plan to debug kernel modules, you
+ don't need this option.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_INSMOD_LOAD_MAP_FULL
bool "Symbols in load map"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_INSMOD_LOAD_MAP && !BUSYBOX_MODPROBE_SMALL
- select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_INSMOD_LOAD_MAP
help
- Without this option, -m will only output section
- load map. With this option, -m will also output
- symbols load map.
+ Without this option, -m will only output section
+ load map. With this option, -m will also output
+ symbols load map.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_CHECK_TAINTED_MODULE
bool "Support tainted module checking with new kernels"
default y
depends on (BUSYBOX_LSMOD || BUSYBOX_FEATURE_2_4_MODULES) && !BUSYBOX_MODPROBE_SMALL
- select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- Support checking for tainted modules. These are usually binary
- only modules that will make the linux-kernel list ignore your
- support request.
- This option is required to support GPLONLY modules.
+ Support checking for tainted modules. These are usually binary
+ only modules that will make the linux-kernel list ignore your
+ support request.
+ This option is required to support GPLONLY modules.
+
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_INSMOD_TRY_MMAP
+ bool "Try to load module from a mmap'ed area"
+ default n
+ depends on (BUSYBOX_INSMOD || BUSYBOX_MODPROBE) && !BUSYBOX_MODPROBE_SMALL
+ help
+ This option causes module loading code to try to mmap
+ module first. If it does not work (for example,
+ it does not work for compressed modules), module will be read
+ (and unpacked if needed) into a memory block allocated by malloc.
+
+ The only case when mmap works but malloc does not is when
+ you are trying to load a big module on a very memory-constrained
+ machine. Malloc will momentarily need 2x as much memory as mmap.
+
+ Choosing N saves about 250 bytes of code (on 32-bit x86).
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MODUTILS_ALIAS
- bool "Support for module.aliases file"
+ bool "Support module.aliases file"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_DEPMOD || BUSYBOX_MODPROBE
- select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
+ depends on (BUSYBOX_DEPMOD || BUSYBOX_MODPROBE) && !BUSYBOX_MODPROBE_SMALL
help
- Generate and parse modules.alias containing aliases for bus
- identifiers:
- alias pcmcia:m*c*f03fn*pfn*pa*pb*pc*pd* parport_cs
+ Generate and parse modules.alias containing aliases for bus
+ identifiers:
+ alias pcmcia:m*c*f03fn*pfn*pa*pb*pc*pd* parport_cs
- and aliases for logical modules names e.g.:
- alias padlock_aes aes
- alias aes_i586 aes
- alias aes_generic aes
+ and aliases for logical modules names e.g.:
+ alias padlock_aes aes
+ alias aes_i586 aes
+ alias aes_generic aes
- Say Y if unsure.
+ Say Y if unsure.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MODUTILS_SYMBOLS
- bool "Support for module.symbols file"
+ bool "Support module.symbols file"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_DEPMOD || BUSYBOX_MODPROBE
- select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
+ depends on (BUSYBOX_DEPMOD || BUSYBOX_MODPROBE) && !BUSYBOX_MODPROBE_SMALL
help
- Generate and parse modules.symbols containing aliases for
- symbol_request() kernel calls, such as:
- alias symbol:usb_sg_init usbcore
+ Generate and parse modules.symbols containing aliases for
+ symbol_request() kernel calls, such as:
+ alias symbol:usb_sg_init usbcore
- Say Y if unsure.
+ Say Y if unsure.
config BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_MODULES_DIR
string "Default directory containing modules"
default "/lib/modules"
- depends on BUSYBOX_DEPMOD || BUSYBOX_MODPROBE || BUSYBOX_MODPROBE_SMALL || BUSYBOX_MODINFO
+ depends on BUSYBOX_DEPMOD || BUSYBOX_MODPROBE || BUSYBOX_MODINFO
help
- Directory that contains kernel modules.
- Defaults to "/lib/modules"
+ Directory that contains kernel modules.
+ Defaults to "/lib/modules"
config BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_DEPMOD_FILE
string "Default name of modules.dep"
default "modules.dep"
- depends on BUSYBOX_DEPMOD || BUSYBOX_MODPROBE || BUSYBOX_MODPROBE_SMALL || BUSYBOX_MODINFO
- help
- Filename that contains kernel modules dependencies.
- Defaults to "modules.dep"
+ depends on BUSYBOX_DEPMOD || BUSYBOX_MODPROBE || BUSYBOX_MODINFO
+ help
+ Filename that contains kernel modules dependencies.
+ Defaults to "modules.dep".
+ If you configured the "simplified modutils" (BUSYBOX_MODPROBE_SMALL), a
+ ".bb" suffix will be added after this name. Do not specify ".bb"
+ here unless you intend your depmod or modprobe to work on
+ "modules.dep.bb.bb" or such.
endmenu
diff --git a/package/busybox/config/networking/Config.in b/package/busybox/config/networking/Config.in
index 8ef4edf..85171ed 100644
--- a/package/busybox/config/networking/Config.in
+++ b/package/busybox/config/networking/Config.in
@@ -1,155 +1,51 @@
# DO NOT EDIT. This file is generated from Config.src
#
# For a description of the syntax of this configuration file,
-# see scripts/kbuild/config-language.txt.
+# see docs/Kconfig-language.txt.
#
menu "Networking Utilities"
-config BUSYBOX_NAMEIF
- bool "nameif"
- default n
- select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
- select BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SYSLOG
- help
- nameif is used to rename network interface by its MAC address.
- Renamed interfaces MUST be in the down state.
- It is possible to use a file (default: /etc/mactab)
- with list of new interface names and MACs.
- Maximum interface name length: IFNAMSIZ = 16
- File fields are separated by space or tab.
- File format:
- # Comment
- new_interface_name XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_NAMEIF_EXTENDED
- bool "Extended nameif"
- default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_NAMEIF
- help
- This extends the nameif syntax to support the bus_info, driver,
- phyaddr selectors. The syntax is compatible to the normal nameif.
- File format:
- new_interface_name driver=asix bus=usb-0000:00:08.2-3
- new_interface_name bus=usb-0000:00:08.2-3 00:80:C8:38:91:B5
- new_interface_name phy_address=2 00:80:C8:38:91:B5
- new_interface_name mac=00:80:C8:38:91:B5
- new_interface_name 00:80:C8:38:91:B5
-
-config BUSYBOX_NBDCLIENT
- bool "nbd-client"
- default n
- help
- Network block device client
-
-config BUSYBOX_NC
- bool "nc"
- default n
- help
- A simple Unix utility which reads and writes data across network
- connections.
-
-config BUSYBOX_NETCAT
- bool "netcat (11 kb)"
- default y
- help
- Alias to nc.
-
-config BUSYBOX_NC_SERVER
- bool "Netcat server options (-l)"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_NC || BUSYBOX_NETCAT
- help
- Allow netcat to act as a server.
-
-config BUSYBOX_NC_EXTRA
- bool "Netcat extensions (-eiw and filename)"
- default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_NC || BUSYBOX_NETCAT
- help
- Add -e (support for executing the rest of the command line after
- making or receiving a successful connection), -i (delay interval for
- lines sent), -w (timeout for initial connection).
-
-config BUSYBOX_NC_110_COMPAT
- bool "Netcat 1.10 compatibility (+2.5k)"
- default n # off specially for Rob
- depends on BUSYBOX_NC || BUSYBOX_NETCAT
- help
- This option makes nc closely follow original nc-1.10.
- The code is about 2.5k bigger. It enables
- -s ADDR, -n, -u, -v, -o FILE, -z options, but loses
- busybox-specific extensions: -f FILE and -ll.
-
-config BUSYBOX_PING
- bool "ping"
- default y if ADK_TARGET_WITH_NET
- select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
- help
- ping uses the ICMP protocol's mandatory ECHO_REQUEST datagram to
- elicit an ICMP ECHO_RESPONSE from a host or gateway.
-
-config BUSYBOX_PING6
- bool "ping6"
- default y if ADK_TARGET_WITH_NET
- depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_IPV6 && BUSYBOX_PING
- help
- This will give you a ping that can talk IPv6.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_FANCY_PING
- bool "Enable fancy ping output"
- default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_PING
- help
- Make the output from the ping applet include statistics, and at the
- same time provide full support for ICMP packets.
-
-config BUSYBOX_WHOIS
- bool "whois"
- default n
- help
- whois is a client for the whois directory service
-
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_IPV6
bool "Enable IPv6 support"
- default n
+ default y
help
- Enable IPv6 support in busybox.
- This adds IPv6 support in the networking applets.
+ Enable IPv6 support in busybox.
+ This adds IPv6 support in the networking applets.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_UNIX_LOCAL
bool "Enable Unix domain socket support (usually not needed)"
default n
help
- Enable Unix domain socket support in all busybox networking
- applets. Address of the form local:/path/to/unix/socket
- will be recognized.
+ Enable Unix domain socket support in all busybox networking
+ applets. Address of the form local:/path/to/unix/socket
+ will be recognized.
- This extension is almost never used in real world usage.
- You most likely want to say N.
+ This extension is almost never used in real world usage.
+ You most likely want to say N.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_PREFER_IPV4_ADDRESS
bool "Prefer IPv4 addresses from DNS queries"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_IPV6
help
- Use IPv4 address of network host if it has one.
+ Use IPv4 address of network host if it has one.
- If this option is off, the first returned address will be used.
- This may cause problems when your DNS server is IPv6-capable and
- is returning IPv6 host addresses too. If IPv6 address
- precedes IPv4 one in DNS reply, busybox network applets
- (e.g. wget) will use IPv6 address. On an IPv6-incapable host
- or network applets will fail to connect to the host
- using IPv6 address.
+ If this option is off, the first returned address will be used.
+ This may cause problems when your DNS server is IPv6-capable and
+ is returning IPv6 host addresses too. If IPv6 address
+ precedes IPv4 one in DNS reply, busybox network applets
+ (e.g. wget) will use IPv6 address. On an IPv6-incapable host
+ or network applets will fail to connect to the host
+ using IPv6 address.
config BUSYBOX_VERBOSE_RESOLUTION_ERRORS
bool "Verbose resolution errors"
default n
help
- Enable if you are not satisfied with simplistic
- "can't resolve 'hostname.com'" and want to know more.
- This may increase size of your executable a bit.
+ Enable if you are not satisfied with simplistic
+ "can't resolve 'hostname.com'" and want to know more.
+ This may increase size of your executable a bit.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TLS_SHA1
bool "In TLS code, support ciphers which use deprecated SHA1"
@@ -163,1028 +59,1140 @@ config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TLS_SHA1
considered possibly insecure (although not yet definitely broken).
config BUSYBOX_ARP
- bool "arp"
- default n
+ bool "arp (10 kb)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- Manipulate the system ARP cache.
-
+ Manipulate the system ARP cache.
config BUSYBOX_ARPING
- bool "arping"
- default n
+ bool "arping (9 kb)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- Ping hosts by ARP packets.
-
+ Ping hosts by ARP packets.
config BUSYBOX_BRCTL
- bool "brctl"
- depends on !BUSYBOX_DISABLE_BRCTL
- default n
+ bool "brctl (4.7 kb)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- Manage ethernet bridges.
- Supports addbr/delbr and addif/delif.
+ Manage ethernet bridges.
+ Supports addbr/delbr and addif/delif.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_BRCTL_FANCY
bool "Fancy options"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_BRCTL
help
- Add support for extended option like:
- setageing, setfd, sethello, setmaxage,
- setpathcost, setportprio, setbridgeprio,
- stp
- This adds about 600 bytes.
+ Add support for extended option like:
+ setageing, setfd, sethello, setmaxage,
+ setpathcost, setportprio, setbridgeprio,
+ stp
+ This adds about 600 bytes.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_BRCTL_SHOW
- bool "Support show, showmac and showstp"
+ bool "Support show"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_BRCTL && BUSYBOX_FEATURE_BRCTL_FANCY
help
- Add support for option which prints the current config:
- showmacs, showstp, show
-
+ Add support for option which prints the current config:
+ show
config BUSYBOX_DNSD
- bool "dnsd"
- default n
+ bool "dnsd (9.8 kb)"
+ default y
help
- Small and static DNS server daemon.
-
+ Small and static DNS server daemon.
config BUSYBOX_ETHER_WAKE
- bool "ether-wake"
- depends on !BUSYBOX_DISABLE_ETHER_WAKE
- default n
+ bool "ether-wake (4.9 kb)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- Send a magic packet to wake up sleeping machines.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FAKEIDENTD
- bool "fakeidentd"
- default n
- select BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SYSLOG
- help
- fakeidentd listens on the ident port and returns a predefined
- fake value on any query.
-
+ Send a magic packet to wake up sleeping machines.
config BUSYBOX_FTPD
- bool "ftpd"
- default n
+ bool "ftpd (30 kb)"
+ default y
help
- simple FTP daemon. You have to run it via inetd.
+ Simple FTP daemon. You have to run it via inetd.
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_FTP_WRITE
- bool "Enable upload commands"
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_FTPD_WRITE
+ bool "Enable -w (upload commands)"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_FTPD
help
- Enable all kinds of FTP upload commands (-w option)
+ Enable -w option. "ftpd -w" will accept upload commands
+ such as STOR, STOU, APPE, DELE, MKD, RMD, rename commands.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_FTPD_ACCEPT_BROKEN_LIST
bool "Enable workaround for RFC-violating clients"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_FTPD
help
- Some ftp clients (among them KDE's Konqueror) issue illegal
- "LIST -l" requests. This option works around such problems.
- It might prevent you from listing files starting with "-" and
- it increases the code size by ~40 bytes.
- Most other ftp servers seem to behave similar to this.
+ Some ftp clients (among them KDE's Konqueror) issue illegal
+ "LIST -l" requests. This option works around such problems.
+ It might prevent you from listing files starting with "-" and
+ it increases the code size by ~40 bytes.
+ Most other ftp servers seem to behave similar to this.
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_FTPD_AUTHENTICATION
+ bool "Enable authentication"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_FTPD
+ help
+ Require login, and change to logged in user's UID:GID before
+ accessing any files. Option "-a USER" allows "anonymous"
+ logins (treats them as if USER logged in).
+
+ If this option is not selected, ftpd runs with the rights
+ of the user it was started under, and does not require login.
+ Take care to not launch it under root.
config BUSYBOX_FTPGET
- bool "ftpget"
- default n
+ bool "ftpget (7.8 kb)"
+ default y
help
- Retrieve a remote file via FTP.
+ Retrieve a remote file via FTP.
config BUSYBOX_FTPPUT
- bool "ftpput"
- default n
+ bool "ftpput (7.5 kb)"
+ default y
help
- Store a remote file via FTP.
+ Store a remote file via FTP.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_FTPGETPUT_LONG_OPTIONS
bool "Enable long options in ftpget/ftpput"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_LONG_OPTS && (BUSYBOX_FTPGET || BUSYBOX_FTPPUT)
- help
- Support long options for the ftpget/ftpput applet.
-
config BUSYBOX_HOSTNAME
- bool "hostname"
+ bool "hostname (5.5 kb)"
default y
help
- Show or set the system's host name.
+ Show or set the system's host name.
config BUSYBOX_DNSDOMAINNAME
- bool "dnsdomainname"
- default n
+ bool "dnsdomainname (3.6 kb)"
+ default y
help
- Alias to "hostname -d".
-
+ Alias to "hostname -d".
config BUSYBOX_HTTPD
- bool "httpd"
- default n
+ bool "httpd (32 kb)"
+ default y
help
- Serve web pages via an HTTP server.
+ HTTP server.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_HTTPD_RANGES
bool "Support 'Ranges:' header"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_HTTPD
help
- Makes httpd emit "Accept-Ranges: bytes" header and understand
- "Range: bytes=NNN-[MMM]" header. Allows for resuming interrupted
- downloads, seeking in multimedia players etc.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_HTTPD_USE_SENDFILE
- bool "Use sendfile system call"
- default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_HTTPD
- help
- When enabled, httpd will use the kernel sendfile() function
- instead of read/write loop.
+ Makes httpd emit "Accept-Ranges: bytes" header and understand
+ "Range: bytes=NNN-[MMM]" header. Allows for resuming interrupted
+ downloads, seeking in multimedia players etc.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_HTTPD_SETUID
bool "Enable -u <user> option"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_HTTPD
help
- This option allows the server to run as a specific user
- rather than defaulting to the user that starts the server.
- Use of this option requires special privileges to change to a
- different user.
+ This option allows the server to run as a specific user
+ rather than defaulting to the user that starts the server.
+ Use of this option requires special privileges to change to a
+ different user.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_HTTPD_BASIC_AUTH
- bool "Enable Basic http Authentication"
+ bool "Enable HTTP authentication"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_HTTPD
help
- Utilizes password settings from /etc/httpd.conf for basic
- authentication on a per url basis.
- Example for httpd.conf file:
- /adm:toor:PaSsWd
+ Utilizes password settings from /etc/httpd.conf for basic
+ authentication on a per url basis.
+ Example for httpd.conf file:
+ /adm:toor:PaSsWd
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_HTTPD_AUTH_MD5
- bool "Support MD5 crypted passwords for http Authentication"
+ bool "Support MD5-encrypted passwords in HTTP authentication"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_HTTPD_BASIC_AUTH
help
- Enables encrypted passwords, and wildcard user/passwords
- in httpd.conf file.
- User '*' means 'any system user name is ok',
- password of '*' means 'use system password for this user'
- Examples:
- /adm:toor:$1$P/eKnWXS$aI1aPGxT.dJD5SzqAKWrF0
- /adm:root:*
- /wiki:*:*
+ Enables encrypted passwords, and wildcard user/passwords
+ in httpd.conf file.
+ User '*' means 'any system user name is ok',
+ password of '*' means 'use system password for this user'
+ Examples:
+ /adm:toor:$1$P/eKnWXS$aI1aPGxT.dJD5SzqAKWrF0
+ /adm:root:*
+ /wiki:*:*
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_HTTPD_CGI
bool "Support Common Gateway Interface (CGI)"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_HTTPD
help
- This option allows scripts and executables to be invoked
- when specific URLs are requested.
+ This option allows scripts and executables to be invoked
+ when specific URLs are requested.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_HTTPD_CONFIG_WITH_SCRIPT_INTERPR
- bool "Support for running scripts through an interpreter"
+ bool "Support running scripts through an interpreter"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_HTTPD_CGI
help
- This option enables support for running scripts through an
- interpreter. Turn this on if you want PHP scripts to work
- properly. You need to supply an additional line in your
- httpd.conf file:
- *.php:/path/to/your/php
+ This option enables support for running scripts through an
+ interpreter. Turn this on if you want PHP scripts to work
+ properly. You need to supply an additional line in your
+ httpd.conf file:
+ *.php:/path/to/your/php
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_HTTPD_SET_REMOTE_PORT_TO_ENV
bool "Set REMOTE_PORT environment variable for CGI"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_HTTPD_CGI
help
- Use of this option can assist scripts in generating
- references that contain a unique port number.
+ Use of this option can assist scripts in generating
+ references that contain a unique port number.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_HTTPD_ENCODE_URL_STR
bool "Enable -e option (useful for CGIs written as shell scripts)"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_HTTPD
help
- This option allows html encoding of arbitrary strings for display
- by the browser. Output goes to stdout.
- For example, httpd -e "<Hello World>" produces
- "&#60Hello&#32World&#62".
+ This option allows html encoding of arbitrary strings for display
+ by the browser. Output goes to stdout.
+ For example, httpd -e "<Hello World>" produces
+ "&#60Hello&#32World&#62".
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_HTTPD_ERROR_PAGES
- bool "Support for custom error pages"
+ bool "Support custom error pages"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_HTTPD
help
- This option allows you to define custom error pages in
- the configuration file instead of the default HTTP status
- error pages. For instance, if you add the line:
- E404:/path/e404.html
- in the config file, the server will respond the specified
- '/path/e404.html' file instead of the terse '404 NOT FOUND'
- message.
+ This option allows you to define custom error pages in
+ the configuration file instead of the default HTTP status
+ error pages. For instance, if you add the line:
+ E404:/path/e404.html
+ in the config file, the server will respond the specified
+ '/path/e404.html' file instead of the terse '404 NOT FOUND'
+ message.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_HTTPD_PROXY
- bool "Support for reverse proxy"
+ bool "Support reverse proxy"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_HTTPD
help
- This option allows you to define URLs that will be forwarded
- to another HTTP server. To setup add the following line to the
- configuration file
- P:/url/:http://hostname[:port]/new/path/
- Then a request to /url/myfile will be forwarded to
- http://hostname[:port]/new/path/myfile.
+ This option allows you to define URLs that will be forwarded
+ to another HTTP server. To setup add the following line to the
+ configuration file
+ P:/url/:http://hostname[:port]/new/path/
+ Then a request to /url/myfile will be forwarded to
+ http://hostname[:port]/new/path/myfile.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_HTTPD_GZIP
- bool "Support for GZIP content encoding"
+ bool "Support GZIP content encoding"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_HTTPD
help
- Makes httpd send files using GZIP content encoding if the
- client supports it and a pre-compressed <file>.gz exists.
-
+ Makes httpd send files using GZIP content encoding if the
+ client supports it and a pre-compressed <file>.gz exists.
config BUSYBOX_IFCONFIG
- bool "ifconfig"
- default y if ADK_TARGET_WITH_NET
+ bool "ifconfig (12 kb)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- Ifconfig is used to configure the kernel-resident network interfaces.
+ Ifconfig is used to configure the kernel-resident network interfaces.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_IFCONFIG_STATUS
bool "Enable status reporting output (+7k)"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_IFCONFIG
help
- If ifconfig is called with no arguments it will display the status
- of the currently active interfaces.
+ If ifconfig is called with no arguments it will display the status
+ of the currently active interfaces.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_IFCONFIG_SLIP
bool "Enable slip-specific options \"keepalive\" and \"outfill\""
- default n
+ default y
depends on BUSYBOX_IFCONFIG
help
- Allow "keepalive" and "outfill" support for SLIP. If you're not
- planning on using serial lines, leave this unchecked.
+ Allow "keepalive" and "outfill" support for SLIP. If you're not
+ planning on using serial lines, leave this unchecked.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_IFCONFIG_MEMSTART_IOADDR_IRQ
bool "Enable options \"mem_start\", \"io_addr\", and \"irq\""
- default n
+ default y
depends on BUSYBOX_IFCONFIG
help
- Allow the start address for shared memory, start address for I/O,
- and/or the interrupt line used by the specified device.
+ Allow the start address for shared memory, start address for I/O,
+ and/or the interrupt line used by the specified device.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_IFCONFIG_HW
bool "Enable option \"hw\" (ether only)"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_IFCONFIG
help
- Set the hardware address of this interface, if the device driver
- supports this operation. Currently, we only support the 'ether'
- class.
+ Set the hardware address of this interface, if the device driver
+ supports this operation. Currently, we only support the 'ether'
+ class.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_IFCONFIG_BROADCAST_PLUS
bool "Set the broadcast automatically"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_IFCONFIG
help
- Setting this will make ifconfig attempt to find the broadcast
- automatically if the value '+' is used.
-
+ Setting this will make ifconfig attempt to find the broadcast
+ automatically if the value '+' is used.
config BUSYBOX_IFENSLAVE
- bool "ifenslave"
- select ADK_LINUX_KERNEL_BONDING m if ADK_TARGET_OS_LINUX
- default n
+ bool "ifenslave (13 kb)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- Userspace application to bind several interfaces
- to a logical interface (use with kernel bonding driver).
-
+ Userspace application to bind several interfaces
+ to a logical interface (use with kernel bonding driver).
config BUSYBOX_IFPLUGD
- bool "ifplugd"
- default n
+ bool "ifplugd (10 kb)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- Network interface plug detection daemon.
-
+ Network interface plug detection daemon.
config BUSYBOX_IFUP
- bool "ifup"
- default y if ADK_TARGET_WITH_NET
- help
- Activate the specified interfaces. This applet makes use
- of either "ifconfig" and "route" or the "ip" command to actually
- configure network interfaces. Therefore, you will probably also want
- to enable either IFCONFIG and ROUTE, or enable
- FEATURE_IFUPDOWN_IP and the various IP options. Of
- course you could use non-busybox versions of these programs, so
- against my better judgement (since this will surely result in plenty
- of support questions on the mailing list), I do not force you to
- enable these additional options. It is up to you to supply either
- "ifconfig", "route" and "run-parts" or the "ip" command, either
- via busybox or via standalone utilities.
+ bool "ifup (14 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ Activate the specified interfaces. This applet makes use
+ of either "ifconfig" and "route" or the "ip" command to actually
+ configure network interfaces. Therefore, you will probably also want
+ to enable either IFCONFIG and ROUTE, or enable
+ FEATURE_IFUPDOWN_IP and the various IP options. Of
+ course you could use non-busybox versions of these programs, so
+ against my better judgement (since this will surely result in plenty
+ of support questions on the mailing list), I do not force you to
+ enable these additional options. It is up to you to supply either
+ "ifconfig", "route" and "run-parts" or the "ip" command, either
+ via busybox or via standalone utilities.
config BUSYBOX_IFDOWN
- bool "ifdown"
- default y if ADK_TARGET_WITH_NET
+ bool "ifdown (13 kb)"
+ default y
help
- Deactivate the specified interfaces.
+ Deactivate the specified interfaces.
config BUSYBOX_IFUPDOWN_IFSTATE_PATH
string "Absolute path to ifstate file"
default "/var/run/ifstate"
- depends on BUSYBOX_IFUP
+ depends on BUSYBOX_IFUP || BUSYBOX_IFDOWN
help
- ifupdown keeps state information in a file called ifstate.
- Typically it is located in /var/run/ifstate, however
- some distributions tend to put it in other places
- (debian, for example, uses /etc/network/run/ifstate).
- This config option defines location of ifstate.
+ ifupdown keeps state information in a file called ifstate.
+ Typically it is located in /var/run/ifstate, however
+ some distributions tend to put it in other places
+ (debian, for example, uses /etc/network/run/ifstate).
+ This config option defines location of ifstate.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_IFUPDOWN_IP
- bool "Use ip applet"
+ bool "Use ip tool (else ifconfig/route is used)"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_IFUP
+ depends on BUSYBOX_IFUP || BUSYBOX_IFDOWN
help
- Use the iproute "ip" command to implement "ifup" and "ifdown", rather
- than the default of using the older 'ifconfig' and 'route' utilities.
+ Use the iproute "ip" command to implement "ifup" and "ifdown", rather
+ than the default of using the older "ifconfig" and "route" utilities.
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_IFUPDOWN_IFCONFIG_BUILTIN
- bool "Use busybox ifconfig and route applets"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_IFUP && !BUSYBOX_FEATURE_IFUPDOWN_IP
- select BUSYBOX_IFCONFIG
- select BUSYBOX_ROUTE
- help
- Use the busybox iproute "ifconfig" and "route" applets to
- implement the "ifup" and "ifdown" utilities.
+ If Y: you must install either the full-blown iproute2 package
+ or enable "ip" applet in busybox, or the "ifup" and "ifdown" applets
+ will not work.
- If left disabled, you must install the full-blown ifconfig
- and route utilities, or the "ifup" and "ifdown" applets will not
- work.
+ If N: you must install either the full-blown ifconfig and route
+ utilities, or enable these applets in busybox.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_IFUPDOWN_IPV4
- bool "Support for IPv4"
+ bool "Support IPv4"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_IFUP
+ depends on BUSYBOX_IFUP || BUSYBOX_IFDOWN
help
- If you want ifup/ifdown to talk IPv4, leave this on.
+ If you want ifup/ifdown to talk IPv4, leave this on.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_IFUPDOWN_IPV6
- bool "Support for IPv6"
+ bool "Support IPv6"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_IFUP && BUSYBOX_FEATURE_IPV6
+ depends on (BUSYBOX_IFUP || BUSYBOX_IFDOWN) && BUSYBOX_FEATURE_IPV6
help
- If you need support for IPv6, turn this option on.
+ If you need support for IPv6, turn this option on.
-### UNUSED
-###config FEATURE_IFUPDOWN_IPX
-### bool "Support for IPX"
-### default y
-### depends on BUSYBOX_IFUPDOWN
-### help
-### If this option is selected you can use busybox to work with IPX
-### networks.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_IFUPDOWN_MAPPING
bool "Enable mapping support"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_IFUP
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_IFUP || BUSYBOX_IFDOWN
help
- This enables support for the "mapping" stanza, unless you have
- a weird network setup you don't need it.
+ This enables support for the "mapping" stanza, unless you have
+ a weird network setup you don't need it.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_IFUPDOWN_EXTERNAL_DHCP
- bool "Support for external dhcp clients"
+ bool "Support external DHCP clients"
default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_IFUP
+ depends on BUSYBOX_IFUP || BUSYBOX_IFDOWN
help
- This enables support for the external dhcp clients. Clients are
- tried in the following order: dhcpcd, dhclient, pump and udhcpc.
- Otherwise, if udhcpc applet is enabled, it is used.
- Otherwise, ifup/ifdown will have no support for DHCP.
-
+ This enables support for the external dhcp clients. Clients are
+ tried in the following order: dhcpcd, dhclient, pump and udhcpc.
+ Otherwise, if udhcpc applet is enabled, it is used.
+ Otherwise, ifup/ifdown will have no support for DHCP.
config BUSYBOX_INETD
- bool "inetd"
- default n
+ bool "inetd (18 kb)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SYSLOG
help
- Internet superserver daemon
+ Internet superserver daemon
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_INETD_SUPPORT_BUILTIN_ECHO
- bool "Support echo service"
+ bool "Support echo service on port 7"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_INETD
help
- Echo received data internal inetd service
+ Internal service which echoes data back.
+ Activated by configuration lines like these:
+ echo stream tcp nowait root internal
+ echo dgram udp wait root internal
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_INETD_SUPPORT_BUILTIN_DISCARD
- bool "Support discard service"
+ bool "Support discard service on port 8"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_INETD
help
- Internet /dev/null internal inetd service
+ Internal service which discards all input.
+ Activated by configuration lines like these:
+ discard stream tcp nowait root internal
+ discard dgram udp wait root internal
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_INETD_SUPPORT_BUILTIN_TIME
- bool "Support time service"
+ bool "Support time service on port 37"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_INETD
help
- Return 32 bit time since 1900 internal inetd service
+ Internal service which returns big-endian 32-bit number
+ of seconds passed since 1900-01-01. The number wraps around
+ on overflow.
+ Activated by configuration lines like these:
+ time stream tcp nowait root internal
+ time dgram udp wait root internal
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_INETD_SUPPORT_BUILTIN_DAYTIME
- bool "Support daytime service"
+ bool "Support daytime service on port 13"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_INETD
help
- Return human-readable time internal inetd service
+ Internal service which returns human-readable time.
+ Activated by configuration lines like these:
+ daytime stream tcp nowait root internal
+ daytime dgram udp wait root internal
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_INETD_SUPPORT_BUILTIN_CHARGEN
- bool "Support chargen service"
+ bool "Support chargen service on port 19"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_INETD
help
- Familiar character generator internal inetd service
+ Internal service which generates endless stream
+ of all ASCII chars beetween space and char 126.
+ Activated by configuration lines like these:
+ chargen stream tcp nowait root internal
+ chargen dgram udp wait root internal
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_INETD_RPC
bool "Support RPC services"
- default n
+ default n # very rarely used, and needs Sun RPC support in libc
depends on BUSYBOX_INETD
- select BUSYBOX_FEATURE_HAVE_RPC
help
- Support Sun-RPC based services
-
+ Support Sun-RPC based services
config BUSYBOX_IP
- bool "ip"
- depends on !BUSYBOX_DISABLE_IP
- default y if ADK_TARGET_WITH_NET
+ bool "ip (35 kb)"
+ default y
+ select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
+ help
+ The "ip" applet is a TCP/BUSYBOX_IP interface configuration and routing
+ utility.
+ Short forms (enabled below) are busybox-specific extensions.
+ The standard "ip" utility does not provide them. If you are
+ trying to be portable, it's better to use "ip CMD" forms.
+
+config BUSYBOX_IPADDR
+ bool "ipaddr (14 kb)"
+ default y
+ select BUSYBOX_FEATURE_IP_ADDRESS
+ select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
+ help
+ Short form of "ip addr"
+
+config BUSYBOX_IPLINK
+ bool "iplink (17 kb)"
+ default y
+ select BUSYBOX_FEATURE_IP_LINK
+ select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
+ help
+ Short form of "ip link"
+
+config BUSYBOX_IPROUTE
+ bool "iproute (15 kb)"
+ default y
+ select BUSYBOX_FEATURE_IP_ROUTE
+ select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
+ help
+ Short form of "ip route"
+
+config BUSYBOX_IPTUNNEL
+ bool "iptunnel (9.6 kb)"
+ default y
+ select BUSYBOX_FEATURE_IP_TUNNEL
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- The "ip" applet is a TCP/IP interface configuration and routing
- utility. You generally don't need "ip" to use busybox with
- TCP/IP.
+ Short form of "ip tunnel"
+
+config BUSYBOX_IPRULE
+ bool "iprule (10 kb)"
+ default y
+ select BUSYBOX_FEATURE_IP_RULE
+ select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
+ help
+ Short form of "ip rule"
+
+config BUSYBOX_IPNEIGH
+ bool "ipneigh (8.3 kb)"
+ default y
+ select BUSYBOX_FEATURE_IP_NEIGH
+ select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
+ help
+ Short form of "ip neigh"
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_IP_ADDRESS
bool "ip address"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_IP
+ depends on BUSYBOX_IP || BUSYBOX_IPADDR
help
- Address manipulation support for the "ip" applet.
+ Address manipulation support for the "ip" applet.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_IP_LINK
bool "ip link"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_IP
+ depends on BUSYBOX_IP || BUSYBOX_IPLINK
help
- Configure network devices with "ip".
+ Configure network devices with "ip".
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_IP_ROUTE
bool "ip route"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_IP
+ depends on BUSYBOX_IP || BUSYBOX_IPROUTE
help
- Add support for routing table management to "ip".
+ Add support for routing table management to "ip".
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_IP_ROUTE_DIR
string "ip route configuration directory"
default "/etc/iproute2"
depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_IP_ROUTE
help
- Location of the "ip" applet routing configuration.
+ Location of the "ip" applet routing configuration.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_IP_TUNNEL
bool "ip tunnel"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_IP
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_IP || BUSYBOX_IPTUNNEL
help
- Add support for tunneling commands to "ip".
+ Add support for tunneling commands to "ip".
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_IP_RULE
bool "ip rule"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_IP
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_IP || BUSYBOX_IPRULE
help
- Add support for rule commands to "ip".
+ Add support for rule commands to "ip".
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_IP_NEIGH
bool "ip neighbor"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_IP
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_IP || BUSYBOX_IPNEIGH
help
- Add support for neighbor commands to "ip".
+ Add support for neighbor commands to "ip".
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_IP_RARE_PROTOCOLS
bool "Support displaying rarely used link types"
default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_IP
+ depends on BUSYBOX_IP || BUSYBOX_IPADDR || BUSYBOX_IPLINK || BUSYBOX_IPROUTE || BUSYBOX_IPTUNNEL || BUSYBOX_IPRULE || BUSYBOX_IPNEIGH
help
- If you are not going to use links of type "frad", "econet",
- "bif" etc, you probably don't need to enable this.
- Ethernet, wireless, infrared, ppp/slip, ip tunnelling
- link types are supported without this option selected.
-
-config BUSYBOX_IPADDR
- bool
- default n
-
-config BUSYBOX_IPLINK
- bool
- default n
-
-config BUSYBOX_IPROUTE
- bool
- default n
+ If you are not going to use links of type "frad", "econet",
+ "bif" etc, you probably don't need to enable this.
+ Ethernet, wireless, infrared, ppp/slip, ip tunnelling
+ link types are supported without this option selected.
+config BUSYBOX_IPCALC
+ bool "ipcalc (4.4 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ ipcalc takes an IP address and netmask and calculates the
+ resulting broadcast, network, and host range.
-config BUSYBOX_IPTUNNEL
- bool
- default n
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_IPCALC_LONG_OPTIONS
+ bool "Enable long options"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_IPCALC && BUSYBOX_LONG_OPTS
-config BUSYBOX_IPRULE
- bool
- default n
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_IPCALC_FANCY
+ bool "Fancy IPCALC, more options, adds 1 kbyte"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_IPCALC
+ help
+ Adds the options hostname, prefix and silent to the output of
+ "ipcalc".
+config BUSYBOX_FAKEIDENTD
+ bool "fakeidentd (8.7 kb)"
+ default y
+ select BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SYSLOG
+ help
+ fakeidentd listens on the ident port and returns a predefined
+ fake value on any query.
+config BUSYBOX_NAMEIF
+ bool "nameif (6.6 kb)"
+ default y
+ select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
+ select BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SYSLOG
+ help
+ nameif is used to rename network interface by its MAC address.
+ Renamed interfaces MUST be in the down state.
+ It is possible to use a file (default: /etc/mactab)
+ with list of new interface names and MACs.
+ Maximum interface name length: IFNAMSIZ = 16
+ File fields are separated by space or tab.
+ File format:
+ # Comment
+ new_interface_name XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX
-config BUSYBOX_IPNEIGH
- bool
- default n
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_NAMEIF_EXTENDED
+ bool "Extended nameif"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_NAMEIF
+ help
+ This extends the nameif syntax to support the bus_info, driver,
+ phyaddr selectors. The syntax is compatible to the normal nameif.
+ File format:
+ new_interface_name driver=asix bus=usb-0000:00:08.2-3
+ new_interface_name bus=usb-0000:00:08.2-3 00:80:C8:38:91:B5
+ new_interface_name phy_address=2 00:80:C8:38:91:B5
+ new_interface_name mac=00:80:C8:38:91:B5
+ new_interface_name 00:80:C8:38:91:B5
+config BUSYBOX_NBDCLIENT
+ bool "nbd-client (6 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ Network block device client
+config BUSYBOX_NC
+ bool "nc (11 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ A simple Unix utility which reads and writes data across network
+ connections.
-config BUSYBOX_IPCALC
- bool "ipcalc"
+config BUSYBOX_NETCAT
+ bool "netcat (11 kb)"
default n
help
- ipcalc takes an IP address and netmask and calculates the
- resulting broadcast, network, and host range.
+ Alias to nc.
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_IPCALC_FANCY
- bool "Fancy IPCALC, more options, adds 1 kbyte"
+config BUSYBOX_NC_SERVER
+ bool "Netcat server options (-l)"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_IPCALC
+ depends on BUSYBOX_NC || BUSYBOX_NETCAT
help
- Adds the options hostname, prefix and silent to the output of
- "ipcalc".
+ Allow netcat to act as a server.
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_IPCALC_LONG_OPTIONS
- bool "Enable long options"
+config BUSYBOX_NC_EXTRA
+ bool "Netcat extensions (-eiw and -f FILE)"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_IPCALC && BUSYBOX_LONG_OPTS
+ depends on BUSYBOX_NC || BUSYBOX_NETCAT
help
- Support long options for the ipcalc applet.
+ Add -e (support for executing the rest of the command line after
+ making or receiving a successful connection), -i (delay interval for
+ lines sent), -w (timeout for initial connection).
+config BUSYBOX_NC_110_COMPAT
+ bool "Netcat 1.10 compatibility (+2.5k)"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_NC || BUSYBOX_NETCAT
+ help
+ This option makes nc closely follow original nc-1.10.
+ The code is about 2.5k bigger. It enables
+ -s ADDR, -n, -u, -v, -o FILE, -z options, but loses
+ busybox-specific extensions: -f FILE.
config BUSYBOX_NETSTAT
- bool "netstat"
- default y if ADK_TARGET_WITH_NET
+ bool "netstat (10 kb)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- netstat prints information about the Linux networking subsystem.
+ netstat prints information about the Linux networking subsystem.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_NETSTAT_WIDE
- bool "Enable wide netstat output"
- default n
+ bool "Enable wide output"
+ default y
depends on BUSYBOX_NETSTAT
help
- Add support for wide columns. Useful when displaying IPv6 addresses
- (-W option).
+ Add support for wide columns. Useful when displaying IPv6 addresses
+ (-W option).
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_NETSTAT_PRG
bool "Enable PID/Program name output"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_NETSTAT
help
- Add support for -p flag to print out PID and program name.
- +700 bytes of code.
-
+ Add support for -p flag to print out PID and program name.
+ +700 bytes of code.
config BUSYBOX_NSLOOKUP
- bool "nslookup"
- default y if ADK_TARGET_WITH_NET
+ bool "nslookup (9.7 kb)"
+ default y
help
- nslookup is a tool to query Internet name servers.
+ nslookup is a tool to query Internet name servers.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_NSLOOKUP_BIG
bool "Use internal resolver code instead of libc"
depends on BUSYBOX_NSLOOKUP
- default n
+ default y
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_NSLOOKUP_LONG_OPTIONS
bool "Enable long options"
- default n
+ default y
depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_NSLOOKUP_BIG && BUSYBOX_LONG_OPTS
-
config BUSYBOX_NTPD
- bool "ntpd"
- depends on !BUSYBOX_DISABLE_NTPD
- default n
+ bool "ntpd (22 kb)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- The NTP client/server daemon.
+ The NTP client/server daemon.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_NTPD_SERVER
bool "Make ntpd usable as a NTP server"
- default n
- depends on !BUSYBOX_DISABLE_NTPD
+ default y
depends on BUSYBOX_NTPD
help
- Make ntpd usable as a NTP server. If you disable this option
- ntpd will be usable only as a NTP client.
+ Make ntpd usable as a NTP server. If you disable this option
+ ntpd will be usable only as a NTP client.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_NTPD_CONF
bool "Make ntpd understand /etc/ntp.conf"
- default n
+ default y
depends on BUSYBOX_NTPD
help
- Make ntpd look in /etc/ntp.conf for peers. Only "server address"
- is supported.
+ Make ntpd look in /etc/ntp.conf for peers. Only "server address"
+ is supported.
-config BUSYBOX_PSCAN
- bool "pscan"
- default n
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_NTP_AUTH
+ bool "Support md5/sha1 message authentication codes"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_NTPD
+config BUSYBOX_PING
+ bool "ping (10 kb)"
+ default y
+ select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
+ help
+ ping uses the ICMP protocol's mandatory ECHO_REQUEST datagram to
+ elicit an ICMP ECHO_RESPONSE from a host or gateway.
+
+config BUSYBOX_PING6
+ bool "ping6 (11 kb)"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_IPV6
help
- Simple network port scanner.
+ Alias to "ping -6".
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_FANCY_PING
+ bool "Enable fancy ping output"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_PING || BUSYBOX_PING6
+ help
+ With this option off, ping will say "HOST is alive!"
+ or terminate with SIGALRM in 5 seconds otherwise.
+ No command-line options will be recognized.
+config BUSYBOX_PSCAN
+ bool "pscan (6 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ Simple network port scanner.
config BUSYBOX_ROUTE
- bool "route"
- default y if ADK_TARGET_WITH_NET
+ bool "route (8.7 kb)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- Route displays or manipulates the kernel's IP routing tables.
-
+ Route displays or manipulates the kernel's IP routing tables.
config BUSYBOX_SLATTACH
- bool "slattach"
- default n
+ bool "slattach (6.2 kb)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- slattach is a small utility to attach network interfaces to serial
- lines.
-
+ slattach configures serial line as SLIP network interface.
config BUSYBOX_SSL_CLIENT
bool "ssl_client (25 kb)"
- default n
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_TLS
help
This tool pipes data to/from a socket, TLS-encrypting it.
-
config BUSYBOX_TC
- bool "tc"
- default n
+ bool "tc (8.3 kb)"
+ default y
help
- show / manipulate traffic control settings
-#
-#config FEATURE_TC_INGRESS
-# def_bool n
-# depends on BUSYBOX_TC
+ Show / manipulate traffic control settings
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TC_INGRESS
+ bool "Enable ingress"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_TC
config BUSYBOX_TCPSVD
- bool "tcpsvd"
- default n
+ bool "tcpsvd (14 kb)"
+ default y
help
- tcpsvd listens on a TCP port and runs a program for each new
- connection.
+ tcpsvd listens on a TCP port and runs a program for each new
+ connection.
+config BUSYBOX_UDPSVD
+ bool "udpsvd (13 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ udpsvd listens on an UDP port and runs a program for each new
+ connection.
config BUSYBOX_TELNET
- bool "telnet"
- default y if ADK_TARGET_WITH_NET
+ bool "telnet (8.8 kb)"
+ default y
help
- Telnet is an interface to the TELNET protocol, but is also commonly
- used to test other simple protocols.
+ Telnet is an interface to the TELNET protocol, but is also commonly
+ used to test other simple protocols.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TELNET_TTYPE
bool "Pass TERM type to remote host"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_TELNET
help
- Setting this option will forward the TERM environment variable to the
- remote host you are connecting to. This is useful to make sure that
- things like ANSI colors and other control sequences behave.
+ Setting this option will forward the TERM environment variable to the
+ remote host you are connecting to. This is useful to make sure that
+ things like ANSI colors and other control sequences behave.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TELNET_AUTOLOGIN
bool "Pass USER type to remote host"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_TELNET
help
- Setting this option will forward the USER environment variable to the
- remote host you are connecting to. This is useful when you need to
- log into a machine without telling the username (autologin). This
- option enables `-a' and `-l USER' arguments.
+ Setting this option will forward the USER environment variable to the
+ remote host you are connecting to. This is useful when you need to
+ log into a machine without telling the username (autologin). This
+ option enables '-a' and '-l USER' options.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TELNET_WIDTH
bool "Enable window size autodetection"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_TELNET
-
config BUSYBOX_TELNETD
- bool "telnetd"
- default n
+ bool "telnetd (12 kb)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SYSLOG
help
- A daemon for the TELNET protocol, allowing you to log onto the host
- running the daemon. Please keep in mind that the TELNET protocol
- sends passwords in plain text. If you can't afford the space for an
- SSH daemon and you trust your network, you may say 'y' here. As a
- more secure alternative, you should seriously consider installing the
- very small Dropbear SSH daemon instead:
+ A daemon for the TELNET protocol, allowing you to log onto the host
+ running the daemon. Please keep in mind that the TELNET protocol
+ sends passwords in plain text. If you can't afford the space for an
+ SSH daemon and you trust your network, you may say 'y' here. As a
+ more secure alternative, you should seriously consider installing the
+ very small Dropbear SSH daemon instead:
http://matt.ucc.asn.au/dropbear/dropbear.html
- Note that for busybox telnetd to work you need several things:
- First of all, your kernel needs:
- UNIX98_PTYS=y
- DEVPTS_FS=y
+ Note that for busybox telnetd to work you need several things:
+ First of all, your kernel needs:
+ CONFIG_UNIX98_PTYS=y
- Next, you need a /dev/pts directory on your root filesystem:
+ Next, you need a /dev/pts directory on your root filesystem:
$ ls -ld /dev/pts
drwxr-xr-x 2 root root 0 Sep 23 13:21 /dev/pts/
- Next you need the pseudo terminal master multiplexer /dev/ptmx:
+ Next you need the pseudo terminal master multiplexer /dev/ptmx:
$ ls -la /dev/ptmx
crw-rw-rw- 1 root tty 5, 2 Sep 23 13:55 /dev/ptmx
- Any /dev/ttyp[0-9]* files you may have can be removed.
- Next, you need to mount the devpts filesystem on /dev/pts using:
+ Any /dev/ttyp[0-9]* files you may have can be removed.
+ Next, you need to mount the devpts filesystem on /dev/pts using:
mount -t devpts devpts /dev/pts
- You need to be sure that busybox has LOGIN and
- FEATURE_SUID enabled. And finally, you should make
- certain that Busybox has been installed setuid root:
+ You need to be sure that busybox has LOGIN and
+ FEATURE_SUID enabled. And finally, you should make
+ certain that busybox has been installed setuid root:
chown root.root /bin/busybox
chmod 4755 /bin/busybox
- with all that done, telnetd _should_ work....
-
+ with all that done, telnetd _should_ work....
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TELNETD_STANDALONE
bool "Support standalone telnetd (not inetd only)"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_TELNETD
help
- Selecting this will make telnetd able to run standalone.
+ Selecting this will make telnetd able to run standalone.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TELNETD_INETD_WAIT
bool "Support -w SEC option (inetd wait mode)"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TELNETD_STANDALONE
help
- This option allows you to run telnetd in "inet wait" mode.
- Example inetd.conf line (note "wait", not usual "nowait"):
-
- telnet stream tcp wait root /bin/telnetd telnetd -w10
+ This option allows you to run telnetd in "inet wait" mode.
+ Example inetd.conf line (note "wait", not usual "nowait"):
- In this example, inetd passes _listening_ socket_ as fd 0
- to telnetd when connection appears.
- telnetd will wait for connections until all existing
- connections are closed, and no new connections
- appear during 10 seconds. Then it exits, and inetd continues
- to listen for new connections.
+ telnet stream tcp wait root /bin/telnetd telnetd -w10
- This option is rarely used. "tcp nowait" is much more usual
- way of running tcp services, including telnetd.
- You most probably want to say N here.
+ In this example, inetd passes _listening_ socket_ as fd 0
+ to telnetd when connection appears.
+ telnetd will wait for connections until all existing
+ connections are closed, and no new connections
+ appear during 10 seconds. Then it exits, and inetd continues
+ to listen for new connections.
+ This option is rarely used. "tcp nowait" is much more usual
+ way of running tcp services, including telnetd.
+ You most probably want to say N here.
config BUSYBOX_TFTP
- bool "tftp"
- default n
+ bool "tftp (11 kb)"
+ default y
help
- This enables the Trivial File Transfer Protocol client program. TFTP
- is usually used for simple, small transfers such as a root image
- for a network-enabled bootloader.
+ Trivial File Transfer Protocol client. TFTP is usually used
+ for simple, small transfers such as a root image
+ for a network-enabled bootloader.
+
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TFTP_PROGRESS_BAR
+ bool "Enable progress bar"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_TFTP
+
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TFTP_HPA_COMPAT
+ bool "tftp-hpa compat (support -c get/put FILE)"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_TFTP
config BUSYBOX_TFTPD
- bool "tftpd"
- default n
+ bool "tftpd (10 kb)"
+ default y
help
- This enables the Trivial File Transfer Protocol server program.
- It expects that stdin is a datagram socket and a packet
- is already pending on it. It will exit after one transfer.
- In other words: it should be run from inetd in nowait mode,
- or from udpsvd. Example: "udpsvd -E 0 69 tftpd DIR"
-
-comment "Common options for tftp/tftpd"
- depends on BUSYBOX_TFTP || BUSYBOX_TFTPD
+ Trivial File Transfer Protocol server.
+ It expects that stdin is a datagram socket and a packet
+ is already pending on it. It will exit after one transfer.
+ In other words: it should be run from inetd in nowait mode,
+ or from udpsvd. Example: "udpsvd -E 0 69 tftpd DIR"
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TFTP_GET
bool "Enable 'tftp get' and/or tftpd upload code"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_TFTP || BUSYBOX_TFTPD
help
- Add support for the GET command within the TFTP client. This allows
- a client to retrieve a file from a TFTP server.
- Also enable upload support in tftpd, if tftpd is selected.
+ Add support for the GET command within the TFTP client. This allows
+ a client to retrieve a file from a TFTP server.
+ Also enable upload support in tftpd, if tftpd is selected.
- Note: this option does _not_ make tftpd capable of download
- (the usual operation people need from it)!
+ Note: this option does _not_ make tftpd capable of download
+ (the usual operation people need from it)!
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TFTP_PUT
bool "Enable 'tftp put' and/or tftpd download code"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_TFTP || BUSYBOX_TFTPD
help
- Add support for the PUT command within the TFTP client. This allows
- a client to transfer a file to a TFTP server.
- Also enable download support in tftpd, if tftpd is selected.
+ Add support for the PUT command within the TFTP client. This allows
+ a client to transfer a file to a TFTP server.
+ Also enable download support in tftpd, if tftpd is selected.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TFTP_BLOCKSIZE
bool "Enable 'blksize' and 'tsize' protocol options"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_TFTP || BUSYBOX_TFTPD
help
- Allow tftp to specify block size, and tftpd to understand
- "blksize" and "tsize" options.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TFTP_PROGRESS_BAR
- bool "Enable tftp progress meter"
- default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_TFTP && BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TFTP_BLOCKSIZE
- help
- Show progress bar.
+ Allow tftp to specify block size, and tftpd to understand
+ "blksize" and "tsize" options.
config BUSYBOX_TFTP_DEBUG
bool "Enable debug"
default n
depends on BUSYBOX_TFTP || BUSYBOX_TFTPD
help
- Make tftp[d] print debugging messages on stderr.
- This is useful if you are diagnosing a bug in tftp[d].
-
+ Make tftp[d] print debugging messages on stderr.
+ This is useful if you are diagnosing a bug in tftp[d].
config BUSYBOX_TLS
bool #No description makes it a hidden option
default n
-
config BUSYBOX_TRACEROUTE
- bool "traceroute"
- default n
+ bool "traceroute (11 kb)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- Utility to trace the route of IP packets.
+ Utility to trace the route of IP packets.
config BUSYBOX_TRACEROUTE6
- bool "traceroute6"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_IPV6 && BUSYBOX_TRACEROUTE
+ bool "traceroute6 (13 kb)"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_IPV6
help
- Utility to trace the route of IPv6 packets.
+ Utility to trace the route of IPv6 packets.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TRACEROUTE_VERBOSE
bool "Enable verbose output"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_TRACEROUTE
+ depends on BUSYBOX_TRACEROUTE || BUSYBOX_TRACEROUTE6
help
- Add some verbosity to traceroute. This includes among other things
- hostnames and ICMP response types.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TRACEROUTE_SOURCE_ROUTE
- bool "Enable loose source route"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_TRACEROUTE
- help
- Add option to specify a loose source route gateway
- (8 maximum).
+ Add some verbosity to traceroute. This includes among other things
+ hostnames and ICMP response types.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TRACEROUTE_USE_ICMP
- bool "Use ICMP instead of UDP"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_TRACEROUTE
- help
- Add option -I to use ICMP ECHO instead of UDP datagrams.
-
+ bool "Enable -I option (use ICMP instead of UDP)"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_TRACEROUTE || BUSYBOX_TRACEROUTE6
config BUSYBOX_TUNCTL
- bool "tunctl"
- default n
+ bool "tunctl (6.2 kb)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- tunctl creates or deletes tun devices.
+ tunctl creates or deletes tun devices.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TUNCTL_UG
bool "Support owner:group assignment"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_TUNCTL
help
- Allow to specify owner and group of newly created interface.
- 340 bytes of pure bloat. Say no here.
-
-source package/busybox/config/networking/udhcp/Config.in
-
-config BUSYBOX_IFUPDOWN_UDHCPC_CMD_OPTIONS
- string "ifup udhcpc command line options"
- default "-R" if BUSYBOX_NOMMU
- default "-R -b"
- depends on BUSYBOX_IFUP && BUSYBOX_UDHCPC
- help
- Command line options to pass to udhcpc from ifup.
- Intended to alter options not available in /etc/network/interfaces.
- (IE: --syslog --background etc...)
-
-config BUSYBOX_UDPSVD
- bool "udpsvd"
- default n
- help
- udpsvd listens on an UDP port and runs a program for each new
- connection.
-
+ Allow to specify owner and group of newly created interface.
+ 340 bytes of pure bloat. Say no here.
config BUSYBOX_VCONFIG
- bool "vconfig"
- default n
+ bool "vconfig (2.3 kb)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- Creates, removes, and configures VLAN interfaces
-
+ Creates, removes, and configures VLAN interfaces
config BUSYBOX_WGET
- bool "wget"
- depends on !BUSYBOX_DISABLE_WGET
- default n
+ bool "wget (38 kb)"
+ default y
help
- wget is a utility for non-interactive download of files from HTTP,
- HTTPS, and FTP servers.
+ wget is a utility for non-interactive download of files from HTTP
+ and FTP servers.
+
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_WGET_LONG_OPTIONS
+ bool "Enable long options"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_WGET && BUSYBOX_LONG_OPTS
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_WGET_STATUSBAR
- bool "Enable a nifty process meter (+2k)"
- default n
+ bool "Enable progress bar (+2k)"
+ default y
depends on BUSYBOX_WGET
- help
- Enable the transfer progress bar for wget transfers.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_WGET_AUTHENTICATION
bool "Enable HTTP authentication"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_WGET
help
- Support authenticated HTTP transfers.
+ Support authenticated HTTP transfers.
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_WGET_LONG_OPTIONS
- bool "Enable long options"
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_WGET_TIMEOUT
+ bool "Enable timeout option -T SEC"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_WGET && BUSYBOX_LONG_OPTS
+ depends on BUSYBOX_WGET
help
- Support long options for the wget applet.
+ Supports network read and connect timeouts for wget,
+ so that wget will give up and timeout, through the -T
+ command line option.
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_WGET_TIMEOUT
- bool "Enable read timeout option -T SEC"
+ Currently only connect and network data read timeout are
+ supported (i.e., timeout is not applied to the DNS query). When
+ FEATURE_WGET_LONG_OPTIONS is also enabled, the --timeout option
+ will work in addition to -T.
+
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_WGET_HTTPS
+ bool "Support HTTPS using internal TLS code"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_WGET
+ select BUSYBOX_TLS
help
- Supports network read timeout for wget, so that wget will give
- up and timeout when reading network data, through the -T command
- line option. Currently only network data read timeout is
- supported (i.e., timeout is not applied to the DNS nor TCP
- connection initialization). When FEATURE_WGET_LONG_OPTIONS is
- also enabled, the --timeout option will work in addition to -T.
+ wget will use internal TLS code to connect to https:// URLs.
+ Note:
+ On NOMMU machines, ssl_helper applet should be available
+ in the $PATH for this to work. Make sure to select that applet.
+
+ Note: currently, TLS code only makes TLS I/O work, it
+ does *not* check that the peer is who it claims to be, etc.
+ IOW: it uses peer-supplied public keys to establish encryption
+ and signing keys, then encrypts and signs outgoing data and
+ decrypts incoming data.
+ It does not check signature hashes on the incoming data:
+ this means that attackers manipulating TCP packets can
+ send altered data and we unknowingly receive garbage.
+ (This check might be relatively easy to add).
+ It does not check public key's certificate:
+ this means that the peer may be an attacker impersonating
+ the server we think we are talking to.
+
+ If you think this is unacceptable, consider this. As more and more
+ servers switch to HTTPS-only operation, without such "crippled"
+ TLS code it is *impossible* to simply download a kernel source
+ from kernel.org. Which can in real world translate into
+ "my small automatic tooling to build cross-compilers from sources
+ no longer works, I need to additionally keep a local copy
+ of ~4 megabyte source tarball of a SSL library and ~2 megabyte
+ source of wget, need to compile and built both before I can
+ download anything. All this despite the fact that the build
+ is done in a QEMU sandbox on a machine with absolutely nothing
+ worth stealing, so I don't care if someone would go to a lot
+ of trouble to intercept my HTTPS download to send me an altered
+ kernel tarball".
+
+ If you still think this is unacceptable, send patches.
+
+ If you still think this is unacceptable, do not want to send
+ patches, but do want to waste bandwidth expaining how wrong
+ it is, you will be ignored.
+
+ FEATURE_WGET_OPENSSL does implement TLS verification
+ using the certificates available to OpenSSL.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_WGET_OPENSSL
bool "Try to connect to HTTPS using openssl"
- default n
+ default y
depends on BUSYBOX_WGET
help
- Choose how wget establishes SSL connection for https:// URLs.
-
- Busybox itself contains no SSL code. wget will spawn
- a helper program to talk over HTTPS.
-
- OpenSSL has a simple SSL client for debug purposes.
- If you select "openssl" helper, wget will effectively call
- "openssl s_client -quiet -connect IP:443 2>/dev/null"
- and pipe its data through it.
- Note inconvenient API: host resolution is done twice,
- and there is no guarantee openssl's idea of IPv6 address
- format is the same as ours.
- Another problem is that s_client prints debug information
- to stderr, and it needs to be suppressed. This means
- all error messages get suppressed too.
- openssl is also a big binary, often dynamically linked
- against ~15 libraries.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_WGET_SSL_HELPER
- bool "Try to connect to HTTPS using ssl_helper"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_WGET
+ Try to use openssl to handle HTTPS.
+
+ OpenSSL has a simple SSL client for debug purposes.
+ If you select this option, wget will effectively run:
+ "openssl s_client -quiet -connect hostname:443
+ -servername hostname 2>/dev/null" and pipe its data
+ through it. -servername is not used if hostname is numeric.
+ Note inconvenient API: host resolution is done twice,
+ and there is no guarantee openssl's idea of IPv6 address
+ format is the same as ours.
+ Another problem is that s_client prints debug information
+ to stderr, and it needs to be suppressed. This means
+ all error messages get suppressed too.
+ openssl is also a big binary, often dynamically linked
+ against ~15 libraries.
+
+ If openssl can't be executed, internal TLS code will be used
+ (if you enabled it); if openssl can be executed but fails later,
+ wget can't detect this, and download will fail.
+
+ By default BUSYBOX_TLS verification is performed, unless
+ --no-check-certificate option is passed.
+config BUSYBOX_WHOIS
+ bool "whois (6.3 kb)"
+ default y
help
- Choose how wget establishes SSL connection for https:// URLs.
-
- Busybox itself contains no SSL code. wget will spawn
- a helper program to talk over HTTPS.
-
- ssl_helper is a tool which can be built statically
- from busybox sources against a small embedded SSL library.
- Please see networking/ssl_helper/README.
- It does not require double host resolution and emits
- error messages to stderr.
-
- Precompiled static binary may be available at
- http://busybox.net/downloads/binaries/
-
+ whois is a client for the whois directory service
config BUSYBOX_ZCIP
- bool "zcip"
- default n
+ bool "zcip (8.4 kb)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
select BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SYSLOG
help
- ZCIP provides ZeroConf IPv4 address selection, according to RFC 3927.
- It's a daemon that allocates and defends a dynamically assigned
- address on the 169.254/16 network, requiring no system administrator.
+ BUSYBOX_ZCIP provides ZeroConf IPv4 address selection, according to RFC 3927.
+ It's a daemon that allocates and defends a dynamically assigned
+ address on the 169.254/16 network, requiring no system administrator.
+
+ See http://www.zeroconf.org for further details, and "zcip.script"
+ in the busybox examples.
- See http://www.zeroconf.org for further details, and "zcip.script"
- in the busybox examples.
+source package/busybox/config/networking/udhcp/Config.in
+
+config BUSYBOX_IFUPDOWN_UDHCPC_CMD_OPTIONS
+ string "ifup udhcpc command line options"
+ default "-R -n"
+ depends on BUSYBOX_IFUP || BUSYBOX_IFDOWN
+ help
+ Command line options to pass to udhcpc from ifup.
+ Intended to alter options not available in /etc/network/interfaces.
+ (IE: --syslog --background etc...)
endmenu
diff --git a/package/busybox/config/networking/udhcp/Config.in b/package/busybox/config/networking/udhcp/Config.in
index 02e56c3..9edb9a2 100644
--- a/package/busybox/config/networking/udhcp/Config.in
+++ b/package/busybox/config/networking/udhcp/Config.in
@@ -1,148 +1,168 @@
# DO NOT EDIT. This file is generated from Config.src
#
# For a description of the syntax of this configuration file,
-# see scripts/kbuild/config-language.txt.
+# see docs/Kconfig-language.txt.
#
-config BUSYBOX_UDHCPC6
- bool "udhcp client for DHCPv6 (udhcpc6)"
- default n # not yet ready
- help
- udhcpc6 is a DHCPv6 client
-
config BUSYBOX_UDHCPD
- bool "udhcp server (udhcpd)"
- default n
+ bool "udhcpd (21 kb)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- udhcpd is a DHCP server geared primarily toward embedded systems,
- while striving to be fully functional and RFC compliant.
+ udhcpd is a DHCP server geared primarily toward embedded systems,
+ while striving to be fully functional and RFC compliant.
-config BUSYBOX_DHCPRELAY
- bool "dhcprelay"
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_UDHCPD_BASE_IP_ON_MAC
+ bool "Select IP address based on client MAC"
default n
+ depends on BUSYBOX_UDHCPD
help
- dhcprelay listens for dhcp requests on one or more interfaces
- and forwards these requests to a different interface or dhcp
- server.
+ If selected, udhcpd will base its selection of BUSYBOX_IP address to offer
+ on the client's hardware address. Otherwise udhcpd uses the next
+ consecutive free address.
-config BUSYBOX_DUMPLEASES
- bool "Lease display utility (dumpleases)"
- default n
- help
- dumpleases displays the leases written out by the udhcpd server.
- Lease times are stored in the file by time remaining in lease, or
- by the absolute time that it expires in seconds from epoch.
+ This reduces the frequency of IP address changes for clients
+ which let their lease expire, and makes consecutive DHCPOFFERS
+ for the same client to (almost always) contain the same
+ IP address.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_UDHCPD_WRITE_LEASES_EARLY
- bool "Rewrite the lease file at every new acknowledge"
+ bool "Rewrite lease file at every new acknowledge"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_UDHCPD
help
- If selected, udhcpd will write a new file with leases every
- time a new lease has been accepted, thus eliminating the need
- to send SIGUSR1 for the initial writing or updating. Any timed
- rewriting remains undisturbed.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_UDHCPD_BASE_IP_ON_MAC
- bool "Select IP address based on client MAC"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_UDHCPD
- help
- If selected, udhcpd will base its selection of IP address to offer
- on the client's hardware address. Otherwise udhcpd uses the next
- consecutive free address.
-
- This reduces the frequency of IP address changes for clients
- which let their lease expire, and makes consecutive DHCPOFFERS
- for the same client to (almost always) contain the same
- IP address.
+ If selected, udhcpd will write a new file with leases every
+ time a new lease has been accepted, thus eliminating the need
+ to send SIGUSR1 for the initial writing or updating. Any timed
+ rewriting remains undisturbed.
config BUSYBOX_DHCPD_LEASES_FILE
string "Absolute path to lease file"
default "/var/lib/misc/udhcpd.leases"
depends on BUSYBOX_UDHCPD
help
- udhcpd stores addresses in a lease file. This is the absolute path
- of the file. Normally it is safe to leave it untouched.
+ udhcpd stores addresses in a lease file. This is the absolute path
+ of the file. Normally it is safe to leave it untouched.
+
+config BUSYBOX_DUMPLEASES
+ bool "dumpleases (5.1 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ dumpleases displays the leases written out by the udhcpd.
+ Lease times are stored in the file by time remaining in lease, or
+ by the absolute time that it expires in seconds from epoch.
+
+config BUSYBOX_DHCPRELAY
+ bool "dhcprelay (5.2 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ dhcprelay listens for DHCP requests on one or more interfaces
+ and forwards these requests to a different interface or DHCP
+ server.
config BUSYBOX_UDHCPC
- bool "udhcp client (udhcpc)"
+ bool "udhcpc (24 kb)"
default y
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- udhcpc is a DHCP client geared primarily toward embedded systems,
- while striving to be fully functional and RFC compliant.
+ udhcpc is a DHCP client geared primarily toward embedded systems,
+ while striving to be fully functional and RFC compliant.
- The udhcp client negotiates a lease with the DHCP server and
- runs a script when a lease is obtained or lost.
+ The udhcp client negotiates a lease with the DHCP server and
+ runs a script when a lease is obtained or lost.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_UDHCPC_ARPING
bool "Verify that the offered address is free, using ARP ping"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_UDHCPC
help
- If selected, udhcpc will send ARP probes and make sure
- the offered address is really not in use by anyone. The client
- will DHCPDECLINE the offer if the address is in use,
- and restart the discover process.
+ If selected, udhcpc will send BUSYBOX_ARP probes and make sure
+ the offered address is really not in use by anyone. The client
+ will DHCPDECLINE the offer if the address is in use,
+ and restart the discover process.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_UDHCPC_SANITIZEOPT
bool "Do not pass malformed host and domain names"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_UDHCPC
help
- If selected, udhcpc will check some options (such as option 12 -
- hostname) and if they don't look like valid hostnames
- (for example, if they start with dash or contain spaces),
- they will be replaced with string "bad" when exporting
- to the environment.
+ If selected, udhcpc will check some options (such as option 12 -
+ hostname) and if they don't look like valid hostnames
+ (for example, if they start with dash or contain spaces),
+ they will be replaced with string "bad" when exporting
+ to the environment.
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_UDHCP_PORT
- bool "Enable '-P port' option for udhcpd and udhcpc"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_UDHCPD || BUSYBOX_UDHCPC
+config BUSYBOX_UDHCPC_DEFAULT_SCRIPT
+ string "Absolute path to config script"
+ default "/usr/share/udhcpc/default.script"
+ depends on BUSYBOX_UDHCPC || BUSYBOX_UDHCPC6
help
- At the cost of ~300 bytes, enables -P port option.
- This feature is typically not needed.
+ This script is called after udhcpc receives an answer. See
+ examples/udhcp for a working example. Normally it is safe
+ to leave this untouched.
-config BUSYBOX_UDHCP_DEBUG
- int "Maximum verbosity level for udhcp applets (0..9)"
- default 0
- range 0 9
- depends on BUSYBOX_UDHCPD || BUSYBOX_UDHCPC || BUSYBOX_DHCPRELAY
+# udhcpc6 config is inserted here:
+config BUSYBOX_UDHCPC6
+ bool "udhcpc6 (21 kb)"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_IPV6
help
- Verbosity can be increased with multiple -v options.
- This option controls how high it can be cranked up.
+ udhcpc6 is a DHCPv6 client
- Bigger values result in bigger code. Levels above 1
- are very verbose and useful for debugging only.
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_UDHCPC6_RFC3646
+ bool "Support RFC 3646 (DNS server and search list)"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_UDHCPC6
+ help
+ List of DNS servers and domain search list can be requested with
+ "-O dns" and "-O search". If server gives these values,
+ they will be set in environment variables "dns" and "search".
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_UDHCP_RFC3397
- bool "Support for RFC3397 domain search (experimental)"
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_UDHCPC6_RFC4704
+ bool "Support RFC 4704 (Client FQDN)"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_UDHCPD || BUSYBOX_UDHCPC
+ depends on BUSYBOX_UDHCPC6
help
- If selected, both client and server will support passing of domain
- search lists via option 119, specified in RFC 3397,
- and SIP servers option 120, specified in RFC 3361.
+ You can request FQDN to be given by server using "-O fqdn".
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_UDHCP_8021Q
- bool "Support for 802.1Q VLAN parameters"
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_UDHCPC6_RFC4833
+ bool "Support RFC 4833 (Timezones)"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_UDHCPD || BUSYBOX_UDHCPC
+ depends on BUSYBOX_UDHCPC6
help
- If selected, both client and server will support passing of VLAN
- ID and priority via options 132 and 133 as per 802.1Q.
+ You can request POSIX timezone with "-O tz" and timezone name
+ with "-O timezone".
-config BUSYBOX_UDHCPC_DEFAULT_SCRIPT
- string "Absolute path to config script"
- default "/usr/share/udhcpc/default.script"
- depends on BUSYBOX_UDHCPC
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_UDHCPC6_RFC5970
+ bool "Support RFC 5970 (Network Boot)"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_UDHCPC6
+ help
+ You can request bootfile-url with "-O bootfile_url" and
+ bootfile-params with "-O bootfile_params".
+
+comment "Common options for DHCP applets"
+ depends on BUSYBOX_UDHCPD || BUSYBOX_UDHCPC || BUSYBOX_UDHCPC6 || BUSYBOX_DHCPRELAY
+
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_UDHCP_PORT
+ bool "Enable '-P port' option for udhcpd and udhcpc"
+ default n
+ depends on BUSYBOX_UDHCPD || BUSYBOX_UDHCPC || BUSYBOX_UDHCPC6
help
- This script is called after udhcpc receives an answer. See
- examples/udhcp for a working example. Normally it is safe
- to leave this untouched.
+ At the cost of ~300 bytes, enables -P port option.
+ This feature is typically not needed.
+
+config BUSYBOX_UDHCP_DEBUG
+ int "Maximum verbosity level (0..9)"
+ default 2
+ range 0 9
+ depends on BUSYBOX_UDHCPD || BUSYBOX_UDHCPC || BUSYBOX_UDHCPC6 || BUSYBOX_DHCPRELAY
+ help
+ Verbosity can be increased with multiple -v options.
+ This option controls how high it can be cranked up.
+
+ Bigger values result in bigger code. Levels above 1
+ are very verbose and useful for debugging only.
config BUSYBOX_UDHCPC_SLACK_FOR_BUGGY_SERVERS
int "DHCP options slack buffer size"
@@ -150,19 +170,36 @@ config BUSYBOX_UDHCPC_SLACK_FOR_BUGGY_SERVERS
range 0 924
depends on BUSYBOX_UDHCPD || BUSYBOX_UDHCPC
help
- Some buggy DHCP servers send DHCP offer packets with option
- field larger than we expect (which might also be considered a
- buffer overflow attempt). These packets are normally discarded.
- If circumstances beyond your control force you to support such
- servers, this may help. The upper limit (924) makes dhcpc accept
- even 1500 byte packets (maximum-sized ethernet packets).
-
- This option does not make dhcp[cd] emit non-standard
- sized packets.
-
- Known buggy DHCP servers:
- 3Com OfficeConnect Remote 812 ADSL Router:
- seems to confuse maximum allowed UDP packet size with
- maximum size of entire IP packet, and sends packets which are
- 28 bytes too large.
- Seednet (ISP) VDSL: sends packets 2 bytes too large.
+ Some buggy DHCP servers send DHCP offer packets with option
+ field larger than we expect (which might also be considered a
+ buffer overflow attempt). These packets are normally discarded.
+ If circumstances beyond your control force you to support such
+ servers, this may help. The upper limit (924) makes udhcpc accept
+ even 1500 byte packets (maximum-sized ethernet packets).
+
+ This option does not make udhcp[cd] emit non-standard
+ sized packets.
+
+ Known buggy DHCP servers:
+ 3Com OfficeConnect Remote 812 ADSL Router:
+ seems to confuse maximum allowed UDP packet size with
+ maximum size of entire IP packet, and sends packets
+ which are 28 bytes too large.
+ Seednet (ISP) VDSL: sends packets 2 bytes too large.
+
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_UDHCP_RFC3397
+ bool "Support RFC 3397 domain search options"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_UDHCPD || BUSYBOX_UDHCPC
+ help
+ If selected, both client and server will support passing of domain
+ search lists via option 119, specified in RFC 3397,
+ and SIP servers option 120, specified in RFC 3361.
+
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_UDHCP_8021Q
+ bool "Support 802.1Q VLAN parameters options"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_UDHCPD || BUSYBOX_UDHCPC
+ help
+ If selected, both client and server will support passing of VLAN
+ ID and priority via options 132 and 133 as per 802.1Q.
diff --git a/package/busybox/config/printutils/Config.in b/package/busybox/config/printutils/Config.in
index b5dd69e..2f3d8a6 100644
--- a/package/busybox/config/printutils/Config.in
+++ b/package/busybox/config/printutils/Config.in
@@ -1,28 +1,26 @@
# DO NOT EDIT. This file is generated from Config.src
#
# For a description of the syntax of this configuration file,
-# see scripts/kbuild/config-language.txt.
+# see docs/Kconfig-language.txt.
#
menu "Print Utilities"
-
config BUSYBOX_LPD
- bool "lpd"
- default n
+ bool "lpd (5.5 kb)"
+ default y
help
- lpd is a print spooling daemon.
-
+ lpd is a print spooling daemon.
config BUSYBOX_LPR
- bool "lpr"
- default n
+ bool "lpr (9.9 kb)"
+ default y
help
- lpr sends files (or standard input) to a print spooling daemon.
+ lpr sends files (or standard input) to a print spooling daemon.
config BUSYBOX_LPQ
- bool "lpq"
- default n
+ bool "lpq (9.9 kb)"
+ default y
help
- lpq is a print spool queue examination and manipulation program.
+ lpq is a print spool queue examination and manipulation program.
endmenu
diff --git a/package/busybox/config/procps/Config.in b/package/busybox/config/procps/Config.in
index 052b77e..dfd4e2c 100644
--- a/package/busybox/config/procps/Config.in
+++ b/package/busybox/config/procps/Config.in
@@ -1,223 +1,190 @@
# DO NOT EDIT. This file is generated from Config.src
#
# For a description of the syntax of this configuration file,
-# see scripts/kbuild/config-language.txt.
+# see docs/Kconfig-language.txt.
#
menu "Process Utilities"
-config BUSYBOX_IOSTAT
- bool "iostat"
- default n
- help
- Report CPU and I/O statistics
-
-config BUSYBOX_LSOF
- bool "lsof"
- default n
- help
- Show open files in the format of:
- PID <TAB> /path/to/executable <TAB> /path/to/opened/file
-
-config BUSYBOX_MPSTAT
- bool "mpstat"
- default n
- help
- Per-processor statistics
-
-config BUSYBOX_NMETER
- bool "nmeter"
- default n
- help
- Prints selected system stats continuously, one line per update.
-
-config BUSYBOX_PMAP
- bool "pmap"
- default n
- help
- Display processes' memory mappings.
-
-config BUSYBOX_POWERTOP
- bool "powertop"
- default n
- help
- Analyze power consumption on Intel-based laptops
-
-config BUSYBOX_PSTREE
- bool "pstree"
- default n
- help
- Display a tree of processes.
-
-config BUSYBOX_PWDX
- bool "pwdx"
- default n
- help
- Report current working directory of a process
-
-config BUSYBOX_SMEMCAP
- bool "smemcap"
- default n
- help
- smemcap is a tool for capturing process data for smem,
- a memory usage statistic tool.
-
-config BUSYBOX_UPTIME
- bool "uptime"
- default y
- select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX #sysinfo()
- help
- uptime gives a one line display of the current time, how long
- the system has been running, how many users are currently logged
- on, and the system load averages for the past 1, 5, and 15 minutes.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_UPTIME_UTMP_SUPPORT
- bool "Support for showing the number of users"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_UPTIME && BUSYBOX_FEATURE_UTMP
- help
- Makes uptime display the number of users currently logged on.
-
config BUSYBOX_FREE
- bool "free"
- default n
+ bool "free (3.1 kb)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX #sysinfo()
help
- free displays the total amount of free and used physical and swap
- memory in the system, as well as the buffers used by the kernel.
- The shared memory column should be ignored; it is obsolete.
-
+ free displays the total amount of free and used physical and swap
+ memory in the system, as well as the buffers used by the kernel.
+ The shared memory column should be ignored; it is obsolete.
config BUSYBOX_FUSER
- bool "fuser"
- default n
+ bool "fuser (7 kb)"
+ default y
help
- fuser lists all PIDs (Process IDs) that currently have a given
- file open. fuser can also list all PIDs that have a given network
- (TCP or UDP) port open.
-
+ fuser lists all PIDs (Process IDs) that currently have a given
+ file open. fuser can also list all PIDs that have a given network
+ (TCP or UDP) port open.
+config BUSYBOX_IOSTAT
+ bool "iostat (7.6 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ Report CPU and I/O statistics
config BUSYBOX_KILL
- bool "kill"
+ bool "kill (3.1 kb)"
default y
help
- The command kill sends the specified signal to the specified
- process or process group. If no signal is specified, the TERM
- signal is sent.
+ The command kill sends the specified signal to the specified
+ process or process group. If no signal is specified, the TERM
+ signal is sent.
config BUSYBOX_KILLALL
- bool "killall"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_KILL
+ bool "killall (5.6 kb)"
+ default y
help
- killall sends a signal to all processes running any of the
- specified commands. If no signal name is specified, SIGTERM is
- sent.
+ killall sends a signal to all processes running any of the
+ specified commands. If no signal name is specified, SIGTERM is
+ sent.
config BUSYBOX_KILLALL5
- bool "killall5"
+ bool "killall5 (5.3 kb)"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_KILL
-
+ help
+ The SystemV killall command. killall5 sends a signal
+ to all processes except kernel threads and the processes
+ in its own session, so it won't kill the shell that is running
+ the script it was called from.
+config BUSYBOX_LSOF
+ bool "lsof (3.4 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ Show open files in the format of:
+ PID <TAB> /path/to/executable <TAB> /path/to/opened/file
+config BUSYBOX_MPSTAT
+ bool "mpstat (9.8 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ Per-processor statistics
+config BUSYBOX_NMETER
+ bool "nmeter (11 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ Prints selected system stats continuously, one line per update.
config BUSYBOX_PGREP
- bool "pgrep"
+ bool "pgrep (6.5 kb)"
default y
help
- Look for processes by name.
+ Look for processes by name.
+config BUSYBOX_PKILL
+ bool "pkill (7.5 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ Send signals to processes by name.
config BUSYBOX_PIDOF
- bool "pidof"
- default n
+ bool "pidof (6.3 kb)"
+ default y
help
- Pidof finds the process id's (pids) of the named programs. It prints
- those id's on the standard output.
+ Pidof finds the process id's (pids) of the named programs. It prints
+ those id's on the standard output.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_PIDOF_SINGLE
- bool "Enable argument for single shot (-s)"
+ bool "Enable single shot (-s)"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_PIDOF
help
- Support argument '-s' for returning only the first pid found.
+ Support '-s' for returning only the first pid found.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_PIDOF_OMIT
- bool "Enable argument for omitting pids (-o)"
+ bool "Enable omitting pids (-o PID)"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_PIDOF
help
- Support argument '-o' for omitting the given pids in output.
- The special pid %PPID can be used to name the parent process
- of the pidof, in other words the calling shell or shell script.
-
-config BUSYBOX_PKILL
- bool "pkill"
- default n
+ Support '-o PID' for omitting the given pid(s) in output.
+ The special pid %PPID can be used to name the parent process
+ of the pidof, in other words the calling shell or shell script.
+config BUSYBOX_PMAP
+ bool "pmap (6 kb)"
+ default y
help
- Send signals to processes by name.
+ Display processes' memory mappings.
+config BUSYBOX_POWERTOP
+ bool "powertop (9.6 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ Analyze power consumption on Intel-based laptops
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_POWERTOP_INTERACTIVE
+ bool "Accept keyboard commands"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_POWERTOP
+ help
+ Without this, powertop will only refresh display every 10 seconds.
+ No keyboard commands will work, only ^C to terminate.
config BUSYBOX_PS
- bool "ps"
- depends on !BUSYBOX_DISABLE_PS
+ bool "ps (11 kb)"
default y
help
- ps gives a snapshot of the current processes.
+ ps gives a snapshot of the current processes.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_PS_WIDE
- bool "Enable wide output option (-w)"
+ bool "Enable wide output (-w)"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_PS && !BUSYBOX_DESKTOP
+ depends on (BUSYBOX_PS || BUSYBOX_MINIPS) && !BUSYBOX_DESKTOP
help
- Support argument 'w' for wide output.
- If given once, 132 chars are printed, and if given more
- than once, the length is unlimited.
+ Support argument 'w' for wide output.
+ If given once, 132 chars are printed, and if given more
+ than once, the length is unlimited.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_PS_LONG
- bool "Enable long output option (-l)"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_PS && !BUSYBOX_DESKTOP
+ bool "Enable long output (-l)"
+ default y
+ depends on (BUSYBOX_PS || BUSYBOX_MINIPS) && !BUSYBOX_DESKTOP
help
- Support argument 'l' for long output.
- Adds fields PPID, RSS, START, TIME & TTY
+ Support argument 'l' for long output.
+ Adds fields PPID, RSS, START, TIME & TTY
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_PS_TIME
- bool "Enable time and elapsed time output"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_PS && BUSYBOX_DESKTOP
+ bool "Enable -o time and -o etime specifiers"
+ default y
+ depends on (BUSYBOX_PS || BUSYBOX_MINIPS) && BUSYBOX_DESKTOP
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
- help
- Support -o time and -o etime output specifiers.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_PS_ADDITIONAL_COLUMNS
- bool "Enable additional ps columns"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_PS && BUSYBOX_DESKTOP
- help
- Support -o rgroup, -o ruser, -o nice output specifiers.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_PS_UNUSUAL_SYSTEMS
bool "Support Linux prior to 2.4.0 and non-ELF systems"
default n
depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_PS_TIME
help
- Include support for measuring HZ on old kernels and non-ELF systems
- (if you are on Linux 2.4.0+ and use ELF, you don't need this)
+ Include support for measuring HZ on old kernels and non-ELF systems
+ (if you are on Linux 2.4.0+ and use ELF, you don't need this)
-config BUSYBOX_RENICE
- bool "renice"
- default n
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_PS_ADDITIONAL_COLUMNS
+ bool "Enable -o rgroup, -o ruser, -o nice specifiers"
+ default y
+ depends on (BUSYBOX_PS || BUSYBOX_MINIPS) && BUSYBOX_DESKTOP
+config BUSYBOX_PSTREE
+ bool "pstree (9.3 kb)"
+ default y
help
- Renice alters the scheduling priority of one or more running
- processes.
-
+ Display a tree of processes.
+config BUSYBOX_PWDX
+ bool "pwdx (3.7 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ Report current working directory of a process
+config BUSYBOX_SMEMCAP
+ bool "smemcap (2.5 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ smemcap is a tool for capturing process data for smem,
+ a memory usage statistic tool.
config BUSYBOX_BB_SYSCTL
- bool "sysctl"
+ bool "sysctl (7.4 kb)"
default y
help
- Configure kernel parameters at runtime.
-
+ Configure kernel parameters at runtime.
config BUSYBOX_TOP
- bool "top"
- default n
+ bool "top (18 kb)"
+ default y
help
- The top program provides a dynamic real-time view of a running
- system.
+ The top program provides a dynamic real-time view of a running
+ system.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TOP_INTERACTIVE
bool "Accept keyboard commands"
@@ -232,61 +199,75 @@ config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TOP_CPU_USAGE_PERCENTAGE
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_TOP
help
- Make top display CPU usage for each process.
- This adds about 2k.
+ Make top display CPU usage for each process.
+ This adds about 2k.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TOP_CPU_GLOBAL_PERCENTS
bool "Show CPU global usage percentage"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TOP_CPU_USAGE_PERCENTAGE
help
- Makes top display "CPU: NN% usr NN% sys..." line.
- This adds about 0.5k.
+ Makes top display "CPU: NN% usr NN% sys..." line.
+ This adds about 0.5k.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TOP_SMP_CPU
bool "SMP CPU usage display ('c' key)"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TOP_CPU_GLOBAL_PERCENTS
help
- Allow 'c' key to switch between individual/cumulative CPU stats
- This adds about 0.5k.
+ Allow 'c' key to switch between individual/cumulative CPU stats
+ This adds about 0.5k.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TOP_DECIMALS
bool "Show 1/10th of a percent in CPU/mem statistics"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TOP_CPU_USAGE_PERCENTAGE
help
- Show 1/10th of a percent in CPU/mem statistics.
- This adds about 0.3k.
+ Show 1/10th of a percent in CPU/mem statistics.
+ This adds about 0.3k.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TOP_SMP_PROCESS
bool "Show CPU process runs on ('j' field)"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_TOP
help
- Show CPU where process was last found running on.
- This is the 'j' field.
+ Show CPU where process was last found running on.
+ This is the 'j' field.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TOPMEM
bool "Topmem command ('s' key)"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_TOP
help
- Enable 's' in top (gives lots of memory info).
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SHOW_THREADS
- bool "Support for showing threads in ps/pstree/top"
+ Enable 's' in top (gives lots of memory info).
+config BUSYBOX_UPTIME
+ bool "uptime (3.7 kb)"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_PS || BUSYBOX_TOP || BUSYBOX_PSTREE
+ select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX #sysinfo()
help
- Enables the ps -T option, showing of threads in pstree,
- and 'h' command in top.
+ uptime gives a one line display of the current time, how long
+ the system has been running, how many users are currently logged
+ on, and the system load averages for the past 1, 5, and 15 minutes.
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_UPTIME_UTMP_SUPPORT
+ bool "Show the number of users"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_UPTIME && BUSYBOX_FEATURE_UTMP
+ help
+ Display the number of users currently logged on.
config BUSYBOX_WATCH
- bool "watch"
- default n
+ bool "watch (4.4 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ watch is used to execute a program periodically, showing
+ output to the screen.
+
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SHOW_THREADS
+ bool "Support thread display in ps/pstree/top"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_PS || BUSYBOX_TOP || BUSYBOX_PSTREE
help
- watch is used to execute a program periodically, showing
- output to the screen.
+ Enables the ps -T option, showing of threads in pstree,
+ and 'h' command in top.
endmenu
diff --git a/package/busybox/config/runit/Config.in b/package/busybox/config/runit/Config.in
index 2df1c2d..ac1a248 100644
--- a/package/busybox/config/runit/Config.in
+++ b/package/busybox/config/runit/Config.in
@@ -1,103 +1,98 @@
# DO NOT EDIT. This file is generated from Config.src
#
# For a description of the syntax of this configuration file,
-# see scripts/kbuild/config-language.txt.
+# see docs/Kconfig-language.txt.
#
menu "Runit Utilities"
+config BUSYBOX_CHPST
+ bool "chpst (9 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ chpst changes the process state according to the given options, and
+ execs specified program.
-config BUSYBOX_RUNSV
- bool "runsv"
- default n
+config BUSYBOX_SETUIDGID
+ bool "setuidgid (4 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ Sets soft resource limits as specified by options
+
+config BUSYBOX_ENVUIDGID
+ bool "envuidgid (3.9 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ Sets $UID to account's uid and $GID to account's gid
+
+config BUSYBOX_ENVDIR
+ bool "envdir (2.5 kb)"
+ default y
help
- runsv starts and monitors a service and optionally an appendant log
- service.
+ Sets various environment variables as specified by files
+ in the given directory
+config BUSYBOX_SOFTLIMIT
+ bool "softlimit (4.5 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ Sets soft resource limits as specified by options
+config BUSYBOX_RUNSV
+ bool "runsv (7.8 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ runsv starts and monitors a service and optionally an appendant log
+ service.
config BUSYBOX_RUNSVDIR
- bool "runsvdir"
- default n
+ bool "runsvdir (6.3 kb)"
+ default y
help
- runsvdir starts a runsv process for each subdirectory, or symlink to
- a directory, in the services directory dir, up to a limit of 1000
- subdirectories, and restarts a runsv process if it terminates.
+ runsvdir starts a runsv process for each subdirectory, or symlink to
+ a directory, in the services directory dir, up to a limit of 1000
+ subdirectories, and restarts a runsv process if it terminates.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_RUNSVDIR_LOG
bool "Enable scrolling argument log"
depends on BUSYBOX_RUNSVDIR
default n
help
- Enable feature where second parameter of runsvdir holds last error
- message (viewable via top/ps). Otherwise (feature is off
- or no parameter), error messages go to stderr only.
-
+ Enable feature where second parameter of runsvdir holds last error
+ message (viewable via top/ps). Otherwise (feature is off
+ or no parameter), error messages go to stderr only.
config BUSYBOX_SV
- bool "sv"
- default n
+ bool "sv (8.5 kb)"
+ default y
help
- sv reports the current status and controls the state of services
- monitored by the runsv supervisor.
+ sv reports the current status and controls the state of services
+ monitored by the runsv supervisor.
config BUSYBOX_SV_DEFAULT_SERVICE_DIR
string "Default directory for services"
default "/var/service"
depends on BUSYBOX_SV || BUSYBOX_SVC || BUSYBOX_SVOK
help
- Default directory for services.
- Defaults to "/var/service"
+ Default directory for services.
+ Defaults to "/var/service"
config BUSYBOX_SVC
- bool "svc"
- default n
+ bool "svc (8.4 kb)"
+ default y
help
- svc controls the state of services monitored by the runsv supervisor.
- It is comaptible with daemontools command with the same name.
+ svc controls the state of services monitored by the runsv supervisor.
+ It is compatible with daemontools command with the same name.
config BUSYBOX_SVOK
bool "svok (1.5 kb)"
- default n
+ default y
help
svok checks whether runsv supervisor is running.
It is compatible with daemontools command with the same name.
-
config BUSYBOX_SVLOGD
- bool "svlogd"
- default n
- help
- svlogd continuously reads log data from its standard input, optionally
- filters log messages, and writes the data to one or more automatically
- rotated logs.
-
-config BUSYBOX_CHPST
- bool "chpst"
- default n
- help
- chpst changes the process state according to the given options, and
- execs specified program.
-
-config BUSYBOX_SETUIDGID
- bool "setuidgid"
- default n
- help
- Sets soft resource limits as specified by options
-
-config BUSYBOX_ENVUIDGID
- bool "envuidgid"
- default n
- help
- Sets $UID to account's uid and $GID to account's gid
-
-config BUSYBOX_ENVDIR
- bool "envdir"
- default n
- help
- Sets various environment variables as specified by files
- in the given directory
-
-config BUSYBOX_SOFTLIMIT
- bool "softlimit"
- default n
+ bool "svlogd (16 kb)"
+ default y
help
- Sets soft resource limits as specified by options
+ svlogd continuously reads log data from its standard input, optionally
+ filters log messages, and writes the data to one or more automatically
+ rotated logs.
endmenu
diff --git a/package/busybox/config/selinux/Config.in b/package/busybox/config/selinux/Config.in
index 8818ef5..ab2d8a2 100644
--- a/package/busybox/config/selinux/Config.in
+++ b/package/busybox/config/selinux/Config.in
@@ -1,124 +1,99 @@
# DO NOT EDIT. This file is generated from Config.src
#
# For a description of the syntax of this configuration file,
-# see scripts/kbuild/config-language.txt.
+# see docs/Kconfig-language.txt.
#
menu "SELinux Utilities"
depends on BUSYBOX_SELINUX
-
config BUSYBOX_CHCON
- bool "chcon"
+ bool "chcon (8.9 kb)"
default n
depends on BUSYBOX_SELINUX
help
- Enable support to change the security context of file.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_CHCON_LONG_OPTIONS
- bool "Enable long options"
- default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_CHCON && BUSYBOX_LONG_OPTS
- help
- Support long options for the chcon applet.
-
+ Enable support to change the security context of file.
config BUSYBOX_GETENFORCE
- bool "getenforce"
+ bool "getenforce (1.7 kb)"
default n
depends on BUSYBOX_SELINUX
help
- Enable support to get the current mode of SELinux.
-
+ Enable support to get the current mode of SELinux.
config BUSYBOX_GETSEBOOL
- bool "getsebool"
+ bool "getsebool (5.5 kb)"
default n
depends on BUSYBOX_SELINUX
help
- Enable support to get SELinux boolean values.
-
+ Enable support to get SELinux boolean values.
config BUSYBOX_LOAD_POLICY
- bool "load_policy"
+ bool "load_policy (1.6 kb)"
default n
depends on BUSYBOX_SELINUX
help
- Enable support to load SELinux policy.
-
+ Enable support to load SELinux policy.
config BUSYBOX_MATCHPATHCON
- bool "matchpathcon"
+ bool "matchpathcon (6.1 kb)"
default n
depends on BUSYBOX_SELINUX
help
- Enable support to get default security context of the
- specified path from the file contexts configuration.
-
-config BUSYBOX_RESTORECON
- bool "restorecon"
+ Enable support to get default security context of the
+ specified path from the file contexts configuration.
+config BUSYBOX_RUNCON
+ bool "runcon (6.6 kb)"
default n
depends on BUSYBOX_SELINUX
help
- Enable support to relabel files. The feature is almost
- the same as setfiles, but usage is a little different.
-
-config BUSYBOX_RUNCON
- bool "runcon"
+ Enable support to run command in specified security context.
+config BUSYBOX_SELINUXENABLED
+ bool "selinuxenabled (321 bytes)"
default n
depends on BUSYBOX_SELINUX
help
- Enable support to run command in speficied security context.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_RUNCON_LONG_OPTIONS
- bool "Enable long options"
- default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_RUNCON && BUSYBOX_LONG_OPTS
- help
- Support long options for the runcon applet.
-
-config BUSYBOX_SELINUXENABLED
- bool "selinuxenabled"
+ Enable support for this command to be used within shell scripts
+ to determine if selinux is enabled.
+config BUSYBOX_SESTATUS
+ bool "sestatus (12 kb)"
default n
depends on BUSYBOX_SELINUX
help
- Enable support for this command to be used within shell scripts
- to determine if selinux is enabled.
-
+ Displays the status of SELinux.
config BUSYBOX_SETENFORCE
- bool "setenforce"
+ bool "setenforce (2.1 kb)"
default n
depends on BUSYBOX_SELINUX
help
- Enable support to modify the mode SELinux is running in.
-
+ Enable support to modify the mode SELinux is running in.
config BUSYBOX_SETFILES
- bool "setfiles"
+ bool "setfiles (13 kb)"
default n
depends on BUSYBOX_SELINUX
help
- Enable support to modify to relabel files.
- Notice: If you built libselinux with -D_FILE_OFFSET_BITS=64,
- (It is default in libselinux's Makefile), you _must_ enable
- CONFIG_LFS.
+ Enable support to modify to relabel files.
+ Notice: If you built libselinux with -D_FILE_OFFSET_BITS=64,
+ (It is default in libselinux's Makefile), you _must_ enable
+ CONFIG_LFS.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SETFILES_CHECK_OPTION
bool "Enable check option"
default n
depends on BUSYBOX_SETFILES
help
- Support "-c" option (check the validity of the contexts against
- the specified binary policy) for setfiles. Requires libsepol.
+ Support "-c" option (check the validity of the contexts against
+ the specified binary policy) for setfiles. Requires libsepol.
-config BUSYBOX_SETSEBOOL
- bool "setsebool"
+config BUSYBOX_RESTORECON
+ bool "restorecon (12 kb)"
default n
depends on BUSYBOX_SELINUX
help
- Enable support for change boolean.
- semanage and -P option is not supported yet.
-
-config BUSYBOX_SESTATUS
- bool "sestatus"
+ Enable support to relabel files. The feature is almost
+ the same as setfiles, but usage is a little different.
+config BUSYBOX_SETSEBOOL
+ bool "setsebool (1.7 kb)"
default n
depends on BUSYBOX_SELINUX
help
- Displays the status of SELinux.
+ Enable support for change boolean.
+ semanage and -P option is not supported yet.
endmenu
diff --git a/package/busybox/config/shell/Config.in b/package/busybox/config/shell/Config.in
index c19c95d..bc96b02 100644
--- a/package/busybox/config/shell/Config.in
+++ b/package/busybox/config/shell/Config.in
@@ -1,214 +1,303 @@
# DO NOT EDIT. This file is generated from Config.src
#
# For a description of the syntax of this configuration file,
-# see scripts/kbuild/config-language.txt.
+# see docs/Kconfig-language.txt.
#
menu "Shells"
-config BUSYBOX_ASH
+
+choice
+ prompt "Choose which shell is aliased to 'sh' name"
+ default BUSYBOX_SH_IS_ASH
+ help
+ Choose which shell you want to be executed by 'sh' alias.
+ The ash shell is the most bash compatible and full featured one.
+
+# note: cannot use "select BUSYBOX_ASH" here, it breaks "make allnoconfig"
+config BUSYBOX_SH_IS_ASH
+ depends on !BUSYBOX_NOMMU
bool "ash"
- default n
+ select BUSYBOX_SHELL_ASH
+ help
+ Choose ash to be the shell executed by 'sh' name.
+ The ash code will be built into busybox. If you don't select
+ "ash" choice (CONFIG_ASH), this shell may only be invoked by
+ the name 'sh' (and not 'ash').
+
+config BUSYBOX_SH_IS_HUSH
+ bool "hush"
+ select BUSYBOX_SHELL_HUSH
+ help
+ Choose hush to be the shell executed by 'sh' name.
+ The hush code will be built into busybox. If you don't select
+ "hush" choice (CONFIG_HUSH), this shell may only be invoked by
+ the name 'sh' (and not 'hush').
+
+config BUSYBOX_SH_IS_NONE
+ bool "none"
+
+endchoice
+
+choice
+ prompt "Choose which shell is aliased to 'bash' name"
+ default BUSYBOX_BASH_IS_NONE
+ help
+ Choose which shell you want to be executed by 'bash' alias.
+ The ash shell is the most bash compatible and full featured one,
+ although compatibility is far from being complete.
+
+ Note that selecting this option does not switch on any bash
+ compatibility code. It merely makes it possible to install
+ /bin/bash (sym)link and run scripts which start with
+ #!/bin/bash line.
+
+ Many systems use it in scripts which use bash-specific features,
+ even simple ones like $RANDOM. Without this option, busybox
+ can't be used for running them because it won't recongnize
+ "bash" as a supported applet name.
+
+config BUSYBOX_BASH_IS_ASH
depends on !BUSYBOX_NOMMU
+ bool "ash"
+ select BUSYBOX_SHELL_ASH
+ help
+ Choose ash to be the shell executed by 'bash' name.
+ The ash code will be built into busybox. If you don't select
+ "ash" choice (CONFIG_ASH), this shell may only be invoked by
+ the name 'bash' (and not 'ash').
+
+config BUSYBOX_BASH_IS_HUSH
+ bool "hush"
+ select BUSYBOX_SHELL_HUSH
help
- Tha 'ash' shell adds about 60k in the default configuration and is
- the most complete and most pedantically correct shell included with
- busybox. This shell is actually a derivative of the Debian 'dash'
- shell (by Herbert Xu), which was created by porting the 'ash' shell
- (written by Kenneth Almquist) from NetBSD.
+ Choose hush to be the shell executed by 'bash' name.
+ The hush code will be built into busybox. If you don't select
+ "hush" choice (CONFIG_HUSH), this shell may only be invoked by
+ the name 'bash' (and not 'hush').
+
+config BUSYBOX_BASH_IS_NONE
+ bool "none"
+
+endchoice
+
+
+config BUSYBOX_SHELL_ASH
+ bool #hidden option
+ depends on !BUSYBOX_NOMMU
+
+config BUSYBOX_ASH
+ bool "ash (78 kb)"
+ default y
+ depends on !BUSYBOX_NOMMU
+ select BUSYBOX_SHELL_ASH
+ help
+ The most complete and most pedantically correct shell included with
+ busybox. This shell is actually a derivative of the Debian 'dash'
+ shell (by Herbert Xu), which was created by porting the 'ash' shell
+ (written by Kenneth Almquist) from NetBSD.
+
+# ash options
+# note: Don't remove !NOMMU part in the next line; it would break
+# menuconfig's indenting.
+if !BUSYBOX_NOMMU && (BUSYBOX_SHELL_ASH || BUSYBOX_ASH || BUSYBOX_SH_IS_ASH || BUSYBOX_BASH_IS_ASH)
+
+config BUSYBOX_ASH_OPTIMIZE_FOR_SIZE
+ bool "Optimize for size instead of speed"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_SHELL_ASH
+
+config BUSYBOX_ASH_INTERNAL_GLOB
+ bool "Use internal glob() implementation"
+ default y # Y is bigger, but because of uclibc glob() bug, let Y be default for now
+ depends on BUSYBOX_SHELL_ASH
+ help
+ Do not use glob() function from libc, use internal implementation.
+ Use this if you are getting "glob.h: No such file or directory"
+ or similar build errors.
+ Note that as of now (2017-01), uclibc and musl glob() both have bugs
+ which would break ash if you select N here.
config BUSYBOX_ASH_BASH_COMPAT
bool "bash-compatible extensions"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_ASH
+ depends on BUSYBOX_SHELL_ASH
+
+config BUSYBOX_ASH_BASH_SOURCE_CURDIR
+ bool "'source' and '.' builtins search current directory after $PATH"
+ default n # do not encourage non-standard behavior
+ depends on BUSYBOX_ASH_BASH_COMPAT
help
- Enable bash-compatible extensions.
+ This is not compliant with standards. Avoid if possible.
-config BUSYBOX_ASH_IDLE_TIMEOUT
- bool "Idle timeout variable"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_ASH
+config BUSYBOX_ASH_BASH_NOT_FOUND_HOOK
+ bool "command_not_found_handle hook support"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_ASH_BASH_COMPAT
help
- Enables bash-like auto-logout after $TMOUT seconds of idle time.
+ Enable support for the 'command_not_found_handle' hook function,
+ from GNU bash, which allows for alternative command not found
+ handling.
config BUSYBOX_ASH_JOB_CONTROL
bool "Job control"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_ASH
- help
- Enable job control in the ash shell.
+ depends on BUSYBOX_SHELL_ASH
config BUSYBOX_ASH_ALIAS
bool "Alias support"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_ASH
- help
- Enable alias support in the ash shell.
+ depends on BUSYBOX_SHELL_ASH
-config BUSYBOX_ASH_GETOPTS
- bool "Builtin getopt to parse positional parameters"
+config BUSYBOX_ASH_RANDOM_SUPPORT
+ bool "Pseudorandom generator and $RANDOM variable"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_ASH
+ depends on BUSYBOX_SHELL_ASH
help
- Enable support for getopts builtin in ash.
+ Enable pseudorandom generator and dynamic variable "$RANDOM".
+ Each read of "$RANDOM" will generate a new pseudorandom value.
+ You can reset the generator by using a specified start value.
+ After "unset RANDOM" the generator will switch off and this
+ variable will no longer have special treatment.
-config BUSYBOX_ASH_BUILTIN_ECHO
- bool "Builtin version of 'echo'"
+config BUSYBOX_ASH_EXPAND_PRMT
+ bool "Expand prompt string"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_ASH
+ depends on BUSYBOX_SHELL_ASH
help
- Enable support for echo builtin in ash.
+ $PS# may contain volatile content, such as backquote commands.
+ This option recreates the prompt string from the environment
+ variable each time it is displayed.
-config BUSYBOX_ASH_BUILTIN_PRINTF
- bool "Builtin version of 'printf'"
+config BUSYBOX_ASH_IDLE_TIMEOUT
+ bool "Idle timeout variable $TMOUT"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_ASH
+ depends on BUSYBOX_SHELL_ASH
help
- Enable support for printf builtin in ash.
+ Enable bash-like auto-logout after $TMOUT seconds of idle time.
-config BUSYBOX_ASH_BUILTIN_TEST
- bool "Builtin version of 'test'"
+config BUSYBOX_ASH_MAIL
+ bool "Check for new mail in interactive shell"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_ASH
+ depends on BUSYBOX_SHELL_ASH
help
- Enable support for test builtin in ash.
+ Enable "check for new mail" function:
+ if set, $MAIL file and $MAILPATH list of files
+ are checked for mtime changes, and "you have mail"
+ message is printed if change is detected.
-config BUSYBOX_ASH_HELP
- bool "help builtin"
+config BUSYBOX_ASH_ECHO
+ bool "echo builtin"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_ASH
- help
- Enable help builtin in ash.
+ depends on BUSYBOX_SHELL_ASH
-config BUSYBOX_ASH_CMDCMD
- bool "'command' command to override shell builtins"
+config BUSYBOX_ASH_PRINTF
+ bool "printf builtin"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_ASH
- help
- Enable support for the ash 'command' builtin, which allows
- you to run the specified command with the specified arguments,
- even when there is an ash builtin command with the same name.
+ depends on BUSYBOX_SHELL_ASH
-config BUSYBOX_ASH_MAIL
- bool "Check for new mail on interactive shells"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_ASH
- help
- Enable "check for new mail" function in the ash shell.
-
-config BUSYBOX_ASH_OPTIMIZE_FOR_SIZE
- bool "Optimize for size instead of speed"
+config BUSYBOX_ASH_TEST
+ bool "test builtin"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_ASH
- help
- Compile ash for reduced size at the price of speed.
+ depends on BUSYBOX_SHELL_ASH
-config BUSYBOX_ASH_INTERNAL_GLOB
- bool "Use internal glob() implementation"
- default y # Y is bigger, but because of uclibc glob() bug, let Y be default for now
- depends on BUSYBOX_ASH
- help
- Do not use glob() function from libc, use internal implementation.
- Use this if you are getting "glob.h: No such file or directory"
- or similar build errors.
+config BUSYBOX_ASH_HELP
+ bool "help builtin"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_SHELL_ASH
-config BUSYBOX_ASH_RANDOM_SUPPORT
- bool "Pseudorandom generator and $RANDOM variable"
+config BUSYBOX_ASH_GETOPTS
+ bool "getopts builtin"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_ASH
- help
- Enable pseudorandom generator and dynamic variable "$RANDOM".
- Each read of "$RANDOM" will generate a new pseudorandom value.
- You can reset the generator by using a specified start value.
- After "unset RANDOM" the generator will switch off and this
- variable will no longer have special treatment.
+ depends on BUSYBOX_SHELL_ASH
-config BUSYBOX_ASH_EXPAND_PRMT
- bool "Expand prompt string"
+config BUSYBOX_ASH_CMDCMD
+ bool "command builtin"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_ASH
+ depends on BUSYBOX_SHELL_ASH
help
- "PS#" may contain volatile content, such as backquote commands.
- This option recreates the prompt string from the environment
- variable each time it is displayed.
+ Enable support for the 'command' builtin, which allows
+ you to run the specified command or builtin,
+ even when there is a function with the same name.
+endif # ash options
config BUSYBOX_CTTYHACK
- bool "cttyhack"
- default n
+ bool "cttyhack (2.4 kb)"
+ default y
help
- One common problem reported on the mailing list is the "can't
- access tty; job control turned off" error message, which typically
- appears when one tries to use a shell with stdin/stdout on
- /dev/console.
- This device is special - it cannot be a controlling tty.
+ One common problem reported on the mailing list is the "can't
+ access tty; job control turned off" error message, which typically
+ appears when one tries to use a shell with stdin/stdout on
+ /dev/console.
+ This device is special - it cannot be a controlling tty.
- The proper solution is to use the correct device instead of
- /dev/console.
+ The proper solution is to use the correct device instead of
+ /dev/console.
- cttyhack provides a "quick and dirty" solution to this problem.
- It analyzes stdin with various ioctls, trying to determine whether
- it is a /dev/ttyN or /dev/ttySN (virtual terminal or serial line).
- On Linux it also checks sysfs for a pointer to the active console.
- If cttyhack is able to find the real console device, it closes
- stdin/out/err and reopens that device.
- Then it executes the given program. Opening the device will make
- that device a controlling tty. This may require cttyhack
- to be a session leader.
+ cttyhack provides a "quick and dirty" solution to this problem.
+ It analyzes stdin with various ioctls, trying to determine whether
+ it is a /dev/ttyN or /dev/ttySN (virtual terminal or serial line).
+ On Linux it also checks sysfs for a pointer to the active console.
+ If cttyhack is able to find the real console device, it closes
+ stdin/out/err and reopens that device.
+ Then it executes the given program. Opening the device will make
+ that device a controlling tty. This may require cttyhack
+ to be a session leader.
- Example for /etc/inittab (for busybox init):
+ Example for /etc/inittab (for busybox init):
- ::respawn:/bin/cttyhack /bin/sh
+ ::respawn:/bin/cttyhack /bin/sh
- Starting an interactive shell from boot shell script:
+ Starting an interactive shell from boot shell script:
- setsid cttyhack sh
+ setsid cttyhack sh
- Giving controlling tty to shell running with PID 1:
+ Giving controlling tty to shell running with PID 1:
- # exec cttyhack sh
+ # exec cttyhack sh
- Without cttyhack, you need to know exact tty name,
- and do something like this:
+ Without cttyhack, you need to know exact tty name,
+ and do something like this:
- # exec setsid sh -c 'exec sh </dev/tty1 >/dev/tty1 2>&1'
+ # exec setsid sh -c 'exec sh </dev/tty1 >/dev/tty1 2>&1'
- Starting getty on a controlling tty from a shell script:
-
- # getty 115200 $(cttyhack)
+ Starting getty on a controlling tty from a shell script:
+ # getty 115200 $(cttyhack)
config BUSYBOX_HUSH
- bool "hush"
- default y if ADK_TARGET_UCLINUX
- default n
+ bool "hush (68 kb)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_SHELL_HUSH
help
- hush is a small shell (25k). It handles the normal flow control
- constructs such as if/then/elif/else/fi, for/in/do/done, while loops,
- case/esac. Redirections, here documents, $((arithmetic))
- and functions are supported.
+ hush is a small shell. It handles the normal flow control
+ constructs such as if/then/elif/else/fi, for/in/do/done, while loops,
+ case/esac. Redirections, here documents, $((arithmetic))
+ and functions are supported.
- It will compile and work on no-mmu systems.
+ It will compile and work on no-mmu systems.
- It does not handle select, aliases, tilde expansion,
- &>file and >&file redirection of stdout+stderr.
+ It does not handle select, aliases, tilde expansion,
+ &>file and >&file redirection of stdout+stderr.
config BUSYBOX_SHELL_HUSH
bool "Internal shell for embedded script support"
default n
+# hush options
+# It's only needed to get "nice" menuconfig indenting.
+if BUSYBOX_SHELL_HUSH || BUSYBOX_HUSH || BUSYBOX_SH_IS_HUSH || BUSYBOX_BASH_IS_HUSH
+
config BUSYBOX_HUSH_BASH_COMPAT
bool "bash-compatible extensions"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_HUSH
- help
- Enable bash-compatible extensions.
+ depends on BUSYBOX_SHELL_HUSH
config BUSYBOX_HUSH_BRACE_EXPANSION
bool "Brace expansion"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_HUSH_BASH_COMPAT
help
- Enable {abc,def} extension.
+ Enable {abc,def} extension.
config BUSYBOX_HUSH_LINENO_VAR
bool "$LINENO variable"
@@ -222,105 +311,85 @@ config BUSYBOX_HUSH_BASH_SOURCE_CURDIR
help
This is not compliant with standards. Avoid if possible.
-config BUSYBOX_HUSH_HELP
- bool "help builtin"
- default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_HUSH
- help
- Enable help builtin in hush. Code size + ~1 kbyte.
-
config BUSYBOX_HUSH_INTERACTIVE
bool "Interactive mode"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_HUSH
+ depends on BUSYBOX_SHELL_HUSH
help
- Enable interactive mode (prompt and command editing).
- Without this, hush simply reads and executes commands
- from stdin just like a shell script from a file.
- No prompt, no PS1/PS2 magic shell variables.
+ Enable interactive mode (prompt and command editing).
+ Without this, hush simply reads and executes commands
+ from stdin just like a shell script from a file.
+ No prompt, no PS1/PS2 magic shell variables.
config BUSYBOX_HUSH_SAVEHISTORY
bool "Save command history to .hush_history"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_HUSH_INTERACTIVE && BUSYBOX_FEATURE_EDITING_SAVEHISTORY
- help
- Enable history saving in hush.
config BUSYBOX_HUSH_JOB
bool "Job control"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_HUSH_INTERACTIVE
help
- Enable job control: Ctrl-Z backgrounds, Ctrl-C interrupts current
- command (not entire shell), fg/bg builtins work. Without this option,
- "cmd &" still works by simply spawning a process and immediately
- prompting for next command (or executing next command in a script),
- but no separate process group is formed.
+ Enable job control: Ctrl-Z backgrounds, Ctrl-C interrupts current
+ command (not entire shell), fg/bg builtins work. Without this option,
+ "cmd &" still works by simply spawning a process and immediately
+ prompting for next command (or executing next command in a script),
+ but no separate process group is formed.
config BUSYBOX_HUSH_TICK
- bool "Process substitution"
+ bool "Support command substitution"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_HUSH
+ depends on BUSYBOX_SHELL_HUSH
help
- Enable process substitution `command` and $(command) in hush.
+ Enable `command` and $(command).
config BUSYBOX_HUSH_IF
bool "Support if/then/elif/else/fi"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_HUSH
- help
- Enable if/then/elif/else/fi in hush.
+ depends on BUSYBOX_SHELL_HUSH
config BUSYBOX_HUSH_LOOPS
bool "Support for, while and until loops"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_HUSH
- help
- Enable for, while and until loops in hush.
+ depends on BUSYBOX_SHELL_HUSH
config BUSYBOX_HUSH_CASE
bool "Support case ... esac statement"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_HUSH
+ depends on BUSYBOX_SHELL_HUSH
help
- Enable case ... esac statement in hush. +400 bytes.
+ Enable case ... esac statement. +400 bytes.
config BUSYBOX_HUSH_FUNCTIONS
bool "Support funcname() { commands; } syntax"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_HUSH
+ depends on BUSYBOX_SHELL_HUSH
help
- Enable support for shell functions in hush. +800 bytes.
+ Enable support for shell functions. +800 bytes.
config BUSYBOX_HUSH_LOCAL
- bool "Support local builtin"
+ bool "local builtin"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_HUSH_FUNCTIONS
help
- Enable support for local variables in functions.
+ Enable support for local variables in functions.
config BUSYBOX_HUSH_RANDOM_SUPPORT
bool "Pseudorandom generator and $RANDOM variable"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_HUSH
- help
- Enable pseudorandom generator and dynamic variable "$RANDOM".
- Each read of "$RANDOM" will generate a new pseudorandom value.
-
-config BUSYBOX_HUSH_EXPORT_N
- bool "Support 'export -n' option"
- default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_HUSH
+ depends on BUSYBOX_SHELL_HUSH
help
- export -n unexports variables. It is a bash extension.
+ Enable pseudorandom generator and dynamic variable "$RANDOM".
+ Each read of "$RANDOM" will generate a new pseudorandom value.
config BUSYBOX_HUSH_MODE_X
bool "Support 'hush -x' option and 'set -x' command"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_HUSH
+ depends on BUSYBOX_SHELL_HUSH
help
- This instructs hush to print commands before execution.
- Adds ~300 bytes.
+ This instructs hush to print commands before execution.
+ Adds ~300 bytes.
config BUSYBOX_HUSH_ECHO
bool "echo builtin"
@@ -426,50 +495,27 @@ config BUSYBOX_HUSH_MEMLEAK
default n
depends on BUSYBOX_SHELL_HUSH
+endif # hush options
-choice
-prompt "Choose which shell is aliased to 'sh' name"
-config BUSYBOX_SH_IS_NONE
- bool "none"
-
-config BUSYBOX_SH_IS_ASH
- bool "ash"
-
-config BUSYBOX_SH_IS_HUSH
- bool "hush"
-
-endchoice
-
-choice
-prompt "Choose which shell is aliased to 'bash' name"
-
-config BUSYBOX_BASH_IS_NONE
- bool "none"
-
-config BUSYBOX_BASH_IS_ASH
- bool "ash"
-
-config BUSYBOX_BASH_IS_HUSH
- bool "hush"
-
-endchoice
+comment "Options common to all shells"
+if BUSYBOX_SHELL_ASH || BUSYBOX_SHELL_HUSH
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SH_MATH
bool "POSIX math support"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_ASH || BUSYBOX_HUSH
+ depends on BUSYBOX_SHELL_ASH || BUSYBOX_SHELL_HUSH
help
- Enable math support in the shell via $((...)) syntax.
+ Enable math support in the shell via $((...)) syntax.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SH_MATH_64
bool "Extend POSIX math support to 64 bit"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SH_MATH
help
- Enable 64-bit math support in the shell. This will make the shell
- slightly larger, but will allow computation with very large numbers.
- This is not in POSIX, so do not rely on this in portable code.
+ Enable 64-bit math support in the shell. This will make the shell
+ slightly larger, but will allow computation with very large numbers.
+ This is not in POSIX, so do not rely on this in portable code.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SH_MATH_BASE
bool "Support BASE#nnnn literals"
@@ -479,60 +525,48 @@ config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SH_MATH_BASE
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SH_EXTRA_QUIET
bool "Hide message on interactive shell startup"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_HUSH || BUSYBOX_ASH
+ depends on BUSYBOX_SHELL_ASH || BUSYBOX_SHELL_HUSH
help
- Remove the busybox introduction when starting a shell.
+ Remove the busybox introduction when starting a shell.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SH_STANDALONE
bool "Standalone shell"
default n
- depends on (BUSYBOX_HUSH || BUSYBOX_ASH)
- help
- This option causes busybox shells to use busybox applets
- in preference to executables in the PATH whenever possible. For
- example, entering the command 'ifconfig' into the shell would cause
- busybox to use the ifconfig busybox applet. Specifying the fully
- qualified executable name, such as '/sbin/ifconfig' will still
- execute the /sbin/ifconfig executable on the filesystem. This option
- is generally used when creating a statically linked version of busybox
- for use as a rescue shell, in the event that you screw up your system.
-
- This is implemented by re-execing /proc/self/exe (typically)
- with right parameters. Some selected applets ("NOFORK" applets)
- can even be executed without creating new process.
- Instead, busybox will call <applet>_main() internally.
-
- However, this causes problems in chroot jails without mounted /proc
- and with ps/top (command name can be shown as 'exe' for applets
- started this way).
-# untrue?
-# Note that this will *also* cause applets to take precedence
-# over shell builtins of the same name. So turning this on will
-# eliminate any performance gained by turning on the builtin "echo"
-# and "test" commands in ash.
-# untrue?
-# Note that when using this option, the shell will attempt to directly
-# run '/bin/busybox'. If you do not have the busybox binary sitting in
-# that exact location with that exact name, this option will not work at
-# all.
+ depends on BUSYBOX_SHELL_ASH || BUSYBOX_SHELL_HUSH
+ help
+ This option causes busybox shells to use busybox applets
+ in preference to executables in the PATH whenever possible. For
+ example, entering the command 'ifconfig' into the shell would cause
+ busybox to use the ifconfig busybox applet. Specifying the fully
+ qualified executable name, such as '/sbin/ifconfig' will still
+ execute the /sbin/ifconfig executable on the filesystem. This option
+ is generally used when creating a statically linked version of busybox
+ for use as a rescue shell, in the event that you screw up your system.
+
+ This is implemented by re-execing /proc/self/exe (typically)
+ with right parameters.
+
+ However, there are drawbacks: it is problematic in chroot jails
+ without mounted /proc, and ps/top may show command name as 'exe'
+ for applets started this way.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SH_NOFORK
bool "Run 'nofork' applets directly"
default n
- depends on (BUSYBOX_HUSH || BUSYBOX_ASH)
+ depends on BUSYBOX_SHELL_ASH || BUSYBOX_SHELL_HUSH
help
- This option causes busybox shells to not execute typical
- fork/exec/wait sequence, but call <applet>_main directly,
- if possible. (Sometimes it is not possible: for example,
- this is not possible in pipes).
+ This option causes busybox shells to not execute typical
+ fork/exec/wait sequence, but call <applet>_main directly,
+ if possible. (Sometimes it is not possible: for example,
+ this is not possible in pipes).
- This will be done only for some applets (those which are marked
- NOFORK in include/applets.h).
+ This will be done only for some applets (those which are marked
+ NOFORK in include/applets.h).
- This may significantly speed up some shell scripts.
+ This may significantly speed up some shell scripts.
- This feature is relatively new. Use with care. Report bugs
- to project mailing list.
+ This feature is relatively new. Use with care. Report bugs
+ to project mailing list.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SH_READ_FRAC
bool "read -t N.NNN support (+110 bytes)"
@@ -544,11 +578,11 @@ config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SH_READ_FRAC
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SH_HISTFILESIZE
bool "Use $HISTFILESIZE"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_HUSH || BUSYBOX_ASH
+ depends on BUSYBOX_SHELL_ASH || BUSYBOX_SHELL_HUSH
help
- This option makes busybox shells to use $HISTFILESIZE variable
- to set shell history size. Note that its max value is capped
- by "History size" setting in library tuning section.
+ This option makes busybox shells to use $HISTFILESIZE variable
+ to set shell history size. Note that its max value is capped
+ by "History size" setting in library tuning section.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SH_EMBEDDED_SCRIPTS
bool "Embed scripts in the binary"
@@ -564,4 +598,6 @@ config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SH_EMBEDDED_SCRIPTS
the script in 'applets_sh' and a stub C file containing
configuration in the appropriate subsystem directory.
+endif # Options common to all shells
+
endmenu
diff --git a/package/busybox/config/sysklogd/Config.in b/package/busybox/config/sysklogd/Config.in
index aaa6509..4c2a54e 100644
--- a/package/busybox/config/sysklogd/Config.in
+++ b/package/busybox/config/sysklogd/Config.in
@@ -1,63 +1,120 @@
# DO NOT EDIT. This file is generated from Config.src
#
# For a description of the syntax of this configuration file,
-# see scripts/kbuild/config-language.txt.
+# see docs/Kconfig-language.txt.
#
menu "System Logging Utilities"
+config BUSYBOX_KLOGD
+ bool "klogd (5.7 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ klogd is a utility which intercepts and logs all
+ messages from the Linux kernel and sends the messages
+ out to the 'syslogd' utility so they can be logged. If
+ you wish to record the messages produced by the kernel,
+ you should enable this option.
+
+comment "klogd should not be used together with syslog to kernel printk buffer"
+ depends on BUSYBOX_KLOGD && BUSYBOX_FEATURE_KMSG_SYSLOG
+
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_KLOGD_KLOGCTL
+ bool "Use the klogctl() interface"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_KLOGD
+ select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
+ help
+ The klogd applet supports two interfaces for reading
+ kernel messages. Linux provides the klogctl() interface
+ which allows reading messages from the kernel ring buffer
+ independently from the file system.
+
+ If you answer 'N' here, klogd will use the more portable
+ approach of reading them from /proc or a device node.
+ However, this method requires the file to be available.
+
+ If in doubt, say 'Y'.
+config BUSYBOX_LOGGER
+ bool "logger (6.3 kb)"
+ default y
+ select BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SYSLOG
+ help
+ The logger utility allows you to send arbitrary text
+ messages to the system log (i.e. the 'syslogd' utility) so
+ they can be logged. This is generally used to help locate
+ problems that occur within programs and scripts.
+config BUSYBOX_LOGREAD
+ bool "logread (4.8 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ If you enabled Circular Buffer support, you almost
+ certainly want to enable this feature as well. This
+ utility will allow you to read the messages that are
+ stored in the syslogd circular buffer.
+
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_LOGREAD_REDUCED_LOCKING
+ bool "Double buffering"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_LOGREAD
+ help
+ 'logread' output to slow serial terminals can have
+ side effects on syslog because of the semaphore.
+ This option make logread to double buffer copy
+ from circular buffer, minimizing semaphore
+ contention at some minor memory expense.
config BUSYBOX_SYSLOGD
- bool "syslogd"
+ bool "syslogd (13 kb)"
default y
help
- The syslogd utility is used to record logs of all the
- significant events that occur on a system. Every
- message that is logged records the date and time of the
- event, and will generally also record the name of the
- application that generated the message. When used in
- conjunction with klogd, messages from the Linux kernel
- can also be recorded. This is terribly useful,
- especially for finding what happened when something goes
- wrong. And something almost always will go wrong if
- you wait long enough....
+ The syslogd utility is used to record logs of all the
+ significant events that occur on a system. Every
+ message that is logged records the date and time of the
+ event, and will generally also record the name of the
+ application that generated the message. When used in
+ conjunction with klogd, messages from the Linux kernel
+ can also be recorded. This is terribly useful,
+ especially for finding what happened when something goes
+ wrong. And something almost always will go wrong if
+ you wait long enough....
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_ROTATE_LOGFILE
bool "Rotate message files"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_SYSLOGD
help
- This enables syslogd to rotate the message files
- on his own. No need to use an external rotatescript.
+ This enables syslogd to rotate the message files
+ on his own. No need to use an external rotate script.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_REMOTE_LOG
bool "Remote Log support"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_SYSLOGD
help
- When you enable this feature, the syslogd utility can
- be used to send system log messages to another system
- connected via a network. This allows the remote
- machine to log all the system messages, which can be
- terribly useful for reducing the number of serial
- cables you use. It can also be a very good security
- measure to prevent system logs from being tampered with
- by an intruder.
+ When you enable this feature, the syslogd utility can
+ be used to send system log messages to another system
+ connected via a network. This allows the remote
+ machine to log all the system messages, which can be
+ terribly useful for reducing the number of serial
+ cables you use. It can also be a very good security
+ measure to prevent system logs from being tampered with
+ by an intruder.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SYSLOGD_DUP
bool "Support -D (drop dups) option"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_SYSLOGD
help
- Option -D instructs syslogd to drop consecutive messages
- which are totally the same.
+ Option -D instructs syslogd to drop consecutive messages
+ which are totally the same.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SYSLOGD_CFG
bool "Support syslog.conf"
- default n
+ default y
depends on BUSYBOX_SYSLOGD
help
- Supports restricted syslogd config. See docs/syslog.conf.txt
+ Supports restricted syslogd config. See docs/syslog.conf.txt
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SYSLOGD_PRECISE_TIMESTAMPS
bool "Include milliseconds in timestamps"
@@ -73,105 +130,44 @@ config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SYSLOGD_READ_BUFFER_SIZE
range 256 20000
depends on BUSYBOX_SYSLOGD
help
- This option sets the size of the syslog read buffer.
- Actual memory usage increases around five times the
- change done here.
+ This option sets the size of the syslog read buffer.
+ Actual memory usage increases around five times the
+ change done here.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_IPC_SYSLOG
bool "Circular Buffer support"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_SYSLOGD
help
- When you enable this feature, the syslogd utility will
- use a circular buffer to record system log messages.
- When the buffer is filled it will continue to overwrite
- the oldest messages. This can be very useful for
- systems with little or no permanent storage, since
- otherwise system logs can eventually fill up your
- entire filesystem, which may cause your system to
- break badly.
+ When you enable this feature, the syslogd utility will
+ use a circular buffer to record system log messages.
+ When the buffer is filled it will continue to overwrite
+ the oldest messages. This can be very useful for
+ systems with little or no permanent storage, since
+ otherwise system logs can eventually fill up your
+ entire filesystem, which may cause your system to
+ break badly.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_IPC_SYSLOG_BUFFER_SIZE
int "Circular buffer size in Kbytes (minimum 4KB)"
- default 32
+ default 16
range 4 2147483647
depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_IPC_SYSLOG
help
- This option sets the size of the circular buffer
- used to record system log messages.
+ This option sets the size of the circular buffer
+ used to record system log messages.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_KMSG_SYSLOG
- bool "Linux kernel printk buffer support"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_SYSLOGD
- select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
- help
- When you enable this feature, the syslogd utility will
- write system log message to the Linux kernel's printk buffer.
- This can be used as a smaller alternative to the syslogd IPC
- support, as klogd and logread aren't needed.
-
- NOTICE: Syslog facilities in log entries needs kernel 3.5+.
-
-config BUSYBOX_LOGREAD
- bool "logread"
- default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_IPC_SYSLOG
- help
- If you enabled Circular Buffer support, you almost
- certainly want to enable this feature as well. This
- utility will allow you to read the messages that are
- stored in the syslogd circular buffer.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_LOGREAD_REDUCED_LOCKING
- bool "Double buffering"
- default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_LOGREAD
- help
- 'logread' ouput to slow serial terminals can have
- side effects on syslog because of the semaphore.
- This option make logread to double buffer copy
- from circular buffer, minimizing semaphore
- contention at some minor memory expense.
-
-config BUSYBOX_KLOGD
- bool "klogd"
- default y
- help
- klogd is a utility which intercepts and logs all
- messages from the Linux kernel and sends the messages
- out to the 'syslogd' utility so they can be logged. If
- you wish to record the messages produced by the kernel,
- you should enable this option.
-
-comment "klogd should not be used together with syslog to kernel printk buffer"
- depends on BUSYBOX_KLOGD && BUSYBOX_FEATURE_KMSG_SYSLOG
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_KLOGD_KLOGCTL
- bool "Use the klogctl() interface"
+ bool "Linux kernel printk buffer support"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_KLOGD
+ depends on BUSYBOX_SYSLOGD
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- The klogd applet supports two interfaces for reading
- kernel messages. Linux provides the klogctl() interface
- which allows reading messages from the kernel ring buffer
- independently from the file system.
-
- If you answer 'N' here, klogd will use the more portable
- approach of reading them from /proc or a device node.
- However, this method requires the file to be available.
+ When you enable this feature, the syslogd utility will
+ write system log message to the Linux kernel's printk buffer.
+ This can be used as a smaller alternative to the syslogd IPC
+ support, as klogd and logread aren't needed.
- If in doubt, say 'Y'.
-
-config BUSYBOX_LOGGER
- bool "logger"
- default y
- select BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SYSLOG
- help
- The logger utility allows you to send arbitrary text
- messages to the system log (i.e. the 'syslogd' utility) so
- they can be logged. This is generally used to help locate
- problems that occur within programs and scripts.
+ NOTICE: Syslog facilities in log entries needs kernel 3.5+.
endmenu
diff --git a/package/busybox/config/util-linux/Config.in b/package/busybox/config/util-linux/Config.in
index ff9dae4..bd6de5d 100644
--- a/package/busybox/config/util-linux/Config.in
+++ b/package/busybox/config/util-linux/Config.in
@@ -1,677 +1,623 @@
# DO NOT EDIT. This file is generated from Config.src
#
# For a description of the syntax of this configuration file,
-# see scripts/kbuild/config-language.txt.
+# see docs/Kconfig-language.txt.
#
menu "Linux System Utilities"
-config BUSYBOX_BLKDISCARD
- bool "blkdiscard"
- default n
+config BUSYBOX_ACPID
+ bool "acpid (9 kb)"
+ default y
+ select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- blkdiscard discards sectors on a given device.
+ acpid listens to ACPI events coming either in textual form from
+ /proc/acpi/event (though it is marked deprecated it is still widely
+ used and _is_ a standard) or in binary form from specified evdevs
+ (just use /dev/input/event*).
-config BUSYBOX_BLOCKDEV
- bool "blockdev"
- default n
- help
- Performs some ioctls with block devices.
+ It parses the event to retrieve ACTION and a possible PARAMETER.
+ It then spawns /etc/acpi/<ACTION>[/<PARAMETER>] either via run-parts
+ (if the resulting path is a directory) or directly as an executable.
-config BUSYBOX_FALLOCATE
- bool "fallocate (4.1 kb)"
- default n
- help
- Preallocate space for files.
+ N.B. acpid relies on run-parts so have the latter installed.
-config BUSYBOX_FATATTR
- bool "fatattr"
- default n
- select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
- help
- fatattr lists or changes the file attributes on a fat file system.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FSTRIM
- bool "fstrim"
- default n
- select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_ACPID_COMPAT
+ bool "Accept and ignore redundant options"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_ACPID
help
- Discard unused blocks on a mounted filesystem.
-
-config BUSYBOX_MDEV
- bool "mdev"
+ Accept and ignore compatibility options -g -m -s -S -v.
+config BUSYBOX_BLKDISCARD
+ bool "blkdiscard (4.3 kb)"
default y
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- mdev is a mini-udev implementation for dynamically creating device
- nodes in the /dev directory.
-
- For more information, please see docs/mdev.txt
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MDEV_CONF
- bool "Support /etc/mdev.conf"
+ blkdiscard discards sectors on a given device.
+config BUSYBOX_BLKID
+ bool "blkid (12 kb)"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_MDEV
+ select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
+ select BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
help
- Add support for the mdev config file to control ownership and
- permissions of the device nodes.
-
- For more information, please see docs/mdev.txt
+ Lists labels and UUIDs of all filesystems.
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MDEV_RENAME
- bool "Support subdirs/symlinks"
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_BLKID_TYPE
+ bool "Print filesystem type"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MDEV_CONF
+ depends on BUSYBOX_BLKID
help
- Add support for renaming devices and creating symlinks.
-
- For more information, please see docs/mdev.txt
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MDEV_RENAME_REGEXP
- bool "Support regular expressions substitutions when renaming device"
+ Show TYPE="filesystem type"
+config BUSYBOX_BLOCKDEV
+ bool "blockdev (2.3 kb)"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MDEV_RENAME
help
- Add support for regular expressions substitutions when renaming
- device.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MDEV_EXEC
- bool "Support command execution at device addition/removal"
+ Performs some ioctls with block devices.
+config BUSYBOX_CAL
+ bool "cal (5.8 kb)"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MDEV_CONF
help
- This adds support for an optional field to /etc/mdev.conf for
- executing commands when devices are created/removed.
-
- For more information, please see docs/mdev.txt
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MDEV_LOAD_FIRMWARE
- bool "Support loading of firmwares"
+ cal is used to display a monthly calendar.
+config BUSYBOX_CHRT
+ bool "chrt (4.7 kb)"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_MDEV
help
- Some devices need to load firmware before they can be usable.
-
- These devices will request userspace look up the files in
- /lib/firmware/ and if it exists, send it to the kernel for
- loading into the hardware.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MDEV_DAEMON
- bool "Support daemon mode"
+ Manipulate real-time attributes of a process.
+ This requires sched_{g,s}etparam support in your libc.
+config BUSYBOX_DMESG
+ bool "dmesg (3.7 kb)"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_MDEV
- help
- Adds the -d option to run mdev in daemon mode handling hotplug
- events from the kernel like udev. If the system generates many
- hotplug events this mode of operation will consume less
- resources than registering mdev as hotplug helper or using the
- uevent applet.
-
-config BUSYBOX_MKE2FS
- bool "mke2fs"
- default n
- select PLATFORM_LINUX
- help
- Utility to create EXT2 filesystems.
-
-config BUSYBOX_MKFS_EXT2
- bool "mkfs.ext2"
- default n
- select PLATFORM_LINUX
- help
- Alias to "mke2fs".
-
-config BUSYBOX_MKDOSFS
- bool "mkdosfs"
- default n
- select PLATFORM_LINUX
- help
- Utility to create FAT32 filesystems.
-
-config BUSYBOX_NOLOGIN
- bool "nologin"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SH_EMBEDDED_SCRIPTS
- help
- Politely refuse a login
-
-config BUSYBOX_NOLOGIN_DEPENDENCIES
- bool "Enable dependencies for nologin"
- default n # Y default makes it harder to select single-applet test
- depends on BUSYBOX_NOLOGIN
- select BUSYBOX_CAT
- select BUSYBOX_ECHO
- select BUSYBOX_SLEEP
- help
- nologin is implemented as a shell script. It requires the
- following in the runtime environment:
- cat echo sleep
- If you know these will be available externally you can
- disable this option.
-
-config BUSYBOX_NSENTER
- bool "nsenter"
- default n
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- Run program with namespaces of other processes.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_NSENTER_LONG_OPTS
- bool "Enable long options"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_NSENTER && BUSYBOX_LONG_OPTS
- help
- Support long options for the nsenter applet. This makes
- the busybox implementation more compatible with upstream.
-
-config BUSYBOX_REV
- bool "rev"
- default n
- help
- Reverse lines of a file or files.
+ dmesg is used to examine or control the kernel ring buffer. When the
+ Linux kernel prints messages to the system log, they are stored in
+ the kernel ring buffer. You can use dmesg to print the kernel's ring
+ buffer, clear the kernel ring buffer, change the size of the kernel
+ ring buffer, and change the priority level at which kernel messages
+ are also logged to the system console. Enable this option if you
+ wish to enable the 'dmesg' utility.
-config BUSYBOX_UEVENT
- bool "uevent"
- default n
- select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_DMESG_PRETTY
+ bool "Pretty output"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_DMESG
help
- uevent is a netlink listener for kernel uevent notifications
- sent via netlink. It is usually used for dynamic device creation.
+ If you wish to scrub the syslog level from the output, say 'Y' here.
+ The syslog level is a string prefixed to every line with the form
+ "<#>".
-config BUSYBOX_UNSHARE
- bool "unshare"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_LONG_OPTS && !BUSYBOX_NOMMU
- select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
- help
- Run program with some namespaces unshared from parent.
+ With this option you will see:
+ # dmesg
+ Linux version 2.6.17.4 .....
+ BIOS-provided physical RAM map:
+ BIOS-e820: 0000000000000000 - 000000000009f000 (usable)
-config BUSYBOX_ACPID
- bool "acpid"
- default n
+ Without this option you will see:
+ # dmesg
+ <5>Linux version 2.6.17.4 .....
+ <6>BIOS-provided physical RAM map:
+ <6> BIOS-e820: 0000000000000000 - 000000000009f000 (usable)
+config BUSYBOX_EJECT
+ bool "eject (4 kb)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- acpid listens to ACPI events coming either in textual form from
- /proc/acpi/event (though it is marked deprecated it is still widely
- used and _is_ a standard) or in binary form from specified evdevs
- (just use /dev/input/event*).
-
- It parses the event to retrieve ACTION and a possible PARAMETER.
- It then spawns /etc/acpi/<ACTION>[/<PARAMETER>] either via run-parts
- (if the resulting path is a directory) or directly as an executable.
+ Used to eject cdroms. (defaults to /dev/cdrom)
- N.B. acpid relies on run-parts so have the latter installed.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_ACPID_COMPAT
- bool "Accept and ignore redundant options"
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_EJECT_SCSI
+ bool "SCSI support"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_ACPID
+ depends on BUSYBOX_EJECT
help
- Accept and ignore compatibility options -g -m -s -S -v.
-
-config BUSYBOX_BLKID
- bool "blkid"
+ Add the -s option to eject, this allows to eject SCSI-Devices and
+ usb-storage devices.
+config BUSYBOX_FALLOCATE
+ bool "fallocate (4.1 kb)"
default y
- select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
- select BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
help
- Lists labels and UUIDs of all filesystems.
- WARNING:
- With all submodules selected, it will add ~8k to busybox.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_BLKID_TYPE
- bool "Print filesystem type"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_BLKID
- help
- Show TYPE="filesystem type"
-
-config BUSYBOX_DMESG
- bool "dmesg"
+ Preallocate space for files.
+config BUSYBOX_FATATTR
+ bool "fatattr (1.9 kb)"
default y
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- dmesg is used to examine or control the kernel ring buffer. When the
- Linux kernel prints messages to the system log, they are stored in
- the kernel ring buffer. You can use dmesg to print the kernel's ring
- buffer, clear the kernel ring buffer, change the size of the kernel
- ring buffer, and change the priority level at which kernel messages
- are also logged to the system console. Enable this option if you
- wish to enable the 'dmesg' utility.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_DMESG_PRETTY
- bool "Pretty dmesg output"
- default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_DMESG
- help
- If you wish to scrub the syslog level from the output, say 'Y' here.
- The syslog level is a string prefixed to every line with the form
- "<#>".
-
- With this option you will see:
- # dmesg
- Linux version 2.6.17.4 .....
- BIOS-provided physical RAM map:
- BIOS-e820: 0000000000000000 - 000000000009f000 (usable)
-
- Without this option you will see:
- # dmesg
- <5>Linux version 2.6.17.4 .....
- <6>BIOS-provided physical RAM map:
- <6> BIOS-e820: 0000000000000000 - 000000000009f000 (usable)
-
+ fatattr lists or changes the file attributes on a fat file system.
config BUSYBOX_FBSET
- bool "fbset"
- depends on !BUSYBOX_DISABLE_FBSET
- default n
+ bool "fbset (5.9 kb)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- fbset is used to show or change the settings of a Linux frame buffer
- device. The frame buffer device provides a simple and unique
- interface to access a graphics display. Enable this option
- if you wish to enable the 'fbset' utility.
+ fbset is used to show or change the settings of a Linux frame buffer
+ device. The frame buffer device provides a simple and unique
+ interface to access a graphics display. Enable this option
+ if you wish to enable the 'fbset' utility.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_FBSET_FANCY
- bool "Turn on extra fbset options"
+ bool "Enable extra options"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_FBSET
help
- This option enables extended fbset options, allowing one to set the
- framebuffer size, color depth, etc. interface to access a graphics
- display. Enable this option if you wish to enable extended fbset
- options.
+ This option enables extended fbset options, allowing one to set the
+ framebuffer size, color depth, etc. interface to access a graphics
+ display. Enable this option if you wish to enable extended fbset
+ options.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_FBSET_READMODE
- bool "Turn on fbset readmode support"
+ bool "Enable readmode support"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_FBSET
help
- This option allows fbset to read the video mode database stored by
- default as /etc/fb.modes, which can be used to set frame buffer
- device to pre-defined video modes.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FDFLUSH
- bool "fdflush"
- default n
- select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
- help
- fdflush is only needed when changing media on slightly-broken
- removable media drives. It is used to make Linux believe that a
- hardware disk-change switch has been actuated, which causes Linux to
- forget anything it has cached from the previous media. If you have
- such a slightly-broken drive, you will need to run fdflush every time
- you change a disk. Most people have working hardware and can safely
- leave this disabled.
-
+ This option allows fbset to read the video mode database stored by
+ default as /etc/fb.modes, which can be used to set frame buffer
+ device to pre-defined video modes.
config BUSYBOX_FDFORMAT
- bool "fdformat"
- default n
+ bool "fdformat (4.4 kb)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- fdformat is used to low-level format a floppy disk.
-
+ fdformat is used to low-level format a floppy disk.
config BUSYBOX_FDISK
- bool "fdisk"
- default n
- depends on !BUSYBOX_DISABLE_FDISK
+ bool "fdisk (37 kb)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- The fdisk utility is used to divide hard disks into one or more
- logical disks, which are generally called partitions. This utility
- can be used to list and edit the set of partitions or BSD style
- 'disk slices' that are defined on a hard drive.
+ The fdisk utility is used to divide hard disks into one or more
+ logical disks, which are generally called partitions. This utility
+ can be used to list and edit the set of partitions or BSD style
+ 'disk slices' that are defined on a hard drive.
config BUSYBOX_FDISK_SUPPORT_LARGE_DISKS
bool "Support over 4GB disks"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_FDISK
- depends on !BUSYBOX_LFS # with LFS no special code is needed
- help
- Enable this option to support large disks > 4GB.
+ depends on !BUSYBOX_LFS # with BUSYBOX_LFS no special code is needed
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_FDISK_WRITABLE
bool "Write support"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_FDISK
help
- Enabling this option allows you to create or change a partition table
- and write those changes out to disk. If you leave this option
- disabled, you will only be able to view the partition table.
+ Enabling this option allows you to create or change a partition table
+ and write those changes out to disk. If you leave this option
+ disabled, you will only be able to view the partition table.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_AIX_LABEL
bool "Support AIX disklabels"
default n
depends on BUSYBOX_FDISK && BUSYBOX_FEATURE_FDISK_WRITABLE
help
- Enabling this option allows you to create or change AIX disklabels.
- Most people can safely leave this option disabled.
+ Enabling this option allows you to create or change AIX disklabels.
+ Most people can safely leave this option disabled.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SGI_LABEL
bool "Support SGI disklabels"
default n
depends on BUSYBOX_FDISK && BUSYBOX_FEATURE_FDISK_WRITABLE
help
- Enabling this option allows you to create or change SGI disklabels.
- Most people can safely leave this option disabled.
+ Enabling this option allows you to create or change SGI disklabels.
+ Most people can safely leave this option disabled.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SUN_LABEL
bool "Support SUN disklabels"
default n
depends on BUSYBOX_FDISK && BUSYBOX_FEATURE_FDISK_WRITABLE
help
- Enabling this option allows you to create or change SUN disklabels.
- Most people can safely leave this option disabled.
+ Enabling this option allows you to create or change SUN disklabels.
+ Most people can safely leave this option disabled.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_OSF_LABEL
bool "Support BSD disklabels"
default n
depends on BUSYBOX_FDISK && BUSYBOX_FEATURE_FDISK_WRITABLE
help
- Enabling this option allows you to create or change BSD disklabels
- and define and edit BSD disk slices.
+ Enabling this option allows you to create or change BSD disklabels
+ and define and edit BSD disk slices.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_GPT_LABEL
bool "Support GPT disklabels"
default n
depends on BUSYBOX_FDISK && BUSYBOX_FEATURE_FDISK_WRITABLE
help
- Enabling this option allows you to view GUID Partition Table
- disklabels.
+ Enabling this option allows you to view GUID Partition Table
+ disklabels.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_FDISK_ADVANCED
bool "Support expert mode"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_FDISK && BUSYBOX_FEATURE_FDISK_WRITABLE
help
- Enabling this option allows you to do terribly unsafe things like
- define arbitrary drive geometry, move the beginning of data in a
- partition, and similarly evil things. Unless you have a very good
- reason you would be wise to leave this disabled.
-
+ Enabling this option allows you to do terribly unsafe things like
+ define arbitrary drive geometry, move the beginning of data in a
+ partition, and similarly evil things. Unless you have a very good
+ reason you would be wise to leave this disabled.
config BUSYBOX_FINDFS
- bool "findfs"
- default n
+ bool "findfs (12 kb)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
select BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
help
- Prints the name of a filesystem with given label or UUID.
- WARNING:
- With all submodules selected, it will add ~8k to busybox.
-
+ Prints the name of a filesystem with given label or UUID.
config BUSYBOX_FLOCK
- bool "flock"
- default n
+ bool "flock (6.3 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ Manage locks from shell scripts
+config BUSYBOX_FDFLUSH
+ bool "fdflush (1.3 kb)"
+ default y
+ select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- Manage locks from shell scripts
+ fdflush is only needed when changing media on slightly-broken
+ removable media drives. It is used to make Linux believe that a
+ hardware disk-change switch has been actuated, which causes Linux to
+ forget anything it has cached from the previous media. If you have
+ such a slightly-broken drive, you will need to run fdflush every time
+ you change a disk. Most people have working hardware and can safely
+ leave this disabled.
config BUSYBOX_FREERAMDISK
- bool "freeramdisk"
- default n
+ bool "freeramdisk (1.3 kb)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- Linux allows you to create ramdisks. This utility allows you to
- delete them and completely free all memory that was used for the
- ramdisk. For example, if you boot Linux into a ramdisk and later
- pivot_root, you may want to free the memory that is allocated to the
- ramdisk. If you have no use for freeing memory from a ramdisk, leave
- this disabled.
-
+ Linux allows you to create ramdisks. This utility allows you to
+ delete them and completely free all memory that was used for the
+ ramdisk. For example, if you boot Linux into a ramdisk and later
+ pivot_root, you may want to free the memory that is allocated to the
+ ramdisk. If you have no use for freeing memory from a ramdisk, leave
+ this disabled.
config BUSYBOX_FSCK_MINIX
- bool "fsck_minix"
- default n
+ bool "fsck.minix (13 kb)"
+ default y
help
- The minix filesystem is a nice, small, compact, read-write filesystem
- with little overhead. It is not a journaling filesystem however and
- can experience corruption if it is not properly unmounted or if the
- power goes off in the middle of a write. This utility allows you to
- check for and attempt to repair any corruption that occurs to a minix
- filesystem.
-
+ The minix filesystem is a nice, small, compact, read-write filesystem
+ with little overhead. It is not a journaling filesystem however and
+ can experience corruption if it is not properly unmounted or if the
+ power goes off in the middle of a write. This utility allows you to
+ check for and attempt to repair any corruption that occurs to a minix
+ filesystem.
config BUSYBOX_FSFREEZE
bool "fsfreeze (3.5 kb)"
- default n
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
select BUSYBOX_LONG_OPTS
help
Halt new accesses and flush writes on a mounted filesystem.
-
-config BUSYBOX_MKFS_EXT2
- bool "mkfs_ext2"
- default n
- select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
- help
- Utility to create EXT2 filesystems.
-
-config BUSYBOX_MKFS_MINIX
- bool "mkfs_minix"
- default n
- select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
- help
- The minix filesystem is a nice, small, compact, read-write filesystem
- with little overhead. If you wish to be able to create minix
- filesystems this utility will do the job for you.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MINIX2
- bool "Support Minix fs v2 (fsck_minix/mkfs_minix)"
+config BUSYBOX_FSTRIM
+ bool "fstrim (4.4 kb)"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_FSCK_MINIX || BUSYBOX_MKFS_MINIX
- help
- If you wish to be able to create version 2 minix filesystems, enable
- this. If you enabled 'mkfs_minix' then you almost certainly want to
- be using the version 2 filesystem support.
-
-config BUSYBOX_MKFS_REISER
- bool "mkfs_reiser"
- default n
- select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
- help
- Utility to create ReiserFS filesystems.
- Note: this applet needs a lot of testing and polishing.
-
-config BUSYBOX_MKFS_VFAT
- bool "mkfs_vfat"
- default n
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- Utility to create FAT32 filesystems.
-
+ Discard unused blocks on a mounted filesystem.
config BUSYBOX_GETOPT
- bool "getopt"
- default n
+ bool "getopt (5.8 kb)"
+ default y
help
- The getopt utility is used to break up (parse) options in command
- lines to make it easy to write complex shell scripts that also check
- for legal (and illegal) options. If you want to write horribly
- complex shell scripts, or use some horribly complex shell script
- written by others, this utility may be for you. Most people will
- wisely leave this disabled.
+ The getopt utility is used to break up (parse) options in command
+ lines to make it easy to write complex shell scripts that also check
+ for legal (and illegal) options. If you want to write horribly
+ complex shell scripts, or use some horribly complex shell script
+ written by others, this utility may be for you. Most people will
+ wisely leave this disabled.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_GETOPT_LONG
- bool "Support option -l"
- default y if LONG_OPTS
- depends on BUSYBOX_GETOPT
+ bool "Support -l LONGOPTs"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_GETOPT && BUSYBOX_LONG_OPTS
help
- Enable support for long options (option -l).
-
+ Enable support for long options (option -l).
config BUSYBOX_HEXDUMP
- bool "hexdump"
- default n
+ bool "hexdump (8.6 kb)"
+ default y
help
- The hexdump utility is used to display binary data in a readable
- way that is comparable to the output from most hex editors.
+ The hexdump utility is used to display binary data in a readable
+ way that is comparable to the output from most hex editors.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_HEXDUMP_REVERSE
bool "Support -R, reverse of 'hexdump -Cv'"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_HEXDUMP
help
- The hexdump utility is used to display binary data in an ascii
- readable way. This option creates binary data from an ascii input.
- NB: this option is non-standard. It's unwise to use it in scripts
- aimed to be portable.
+ The hexdump utility is used to display binary data in an ascii
+ readable way. This option creates binary data from an ascii input.
+ NB: this option is non-standard. It's unwise to use it in scripts
+ aimed to be portable.
config BUSYBOX_HD
- bool "hd"
- default n
+ bool "hd (7.8 kb)"
+ default y
help
- hd is an alias to hexdump -C.
-
+ hd is an alias to hexdump -C.
config BUSYBOX_XXD
bool "xxd (8.9 kb)"
- default n
+ default y
help
The xxd utility is used to display binary data in a readable
way that is comparable to the output from most hex editors.
-
config BUSYBOX_HWCLOCK
- bool "hwclock"
- default y if ADK_TARGET_WITH_RTC
- default n
- select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
- help
- The hwclock utility is used to read and set the hardware clock
- on a system. This is primarily used to set the current time on
- shutdown in the hardware clock, so the hardware will keep the
- correct time when Linux is _not_ running.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_HWCLOCK_LONG_OPTIONS
- bool "Support long options (--hctosys,...)"
+ bool "hwclock (5.8 kb)"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_HWCLOCK && BUSYBOX_LONG_OPTS
+ select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- By default, the hwclock utility only uses short options. If you
- are overly fond of its long options, such as --hctosys, --utc, etc)
- then enable this option.
+ The hwclock utility is used to read and set the hardware clock
+ on a system. This is primarily used to set the current time on
+ shutdown in the hardware clock, so the hardware will keep the
+ correct time when Linux is _not_ running.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_HWCLOCK_ADJTIME_FHS
bool "Use FHS /var/lib/hwclock/adjtime"
default n # util-linux-ng in Fedora 13 still uses /etc/adjtime
depends on BUSYBOX_HWCLOCK
help
- Starting with FHS 2.3, the adjtime state file is supposed to exist
- at /var/lib/hwclock/adjtime instead of /etc/adjtime. If you wish
- to use the FHS behavior, answer Y here, otherwise answer N for the
- classic /etc/adjtime path.
-
- pathname.com/fhs/pub/fhs-2.3.html#VARLIBHWCLOCKSTATEDIRECTORYFORHWCLO
+ Starting with FHS 2.3, the adjtime state file is supposed to exist
+ at /var/lib/hwclock/adjtime instead of /etc/adjtime. If you wish
+ to use the FHS behavior, answer Y here, otherwise answer N for the
+ classic /etc/adjtime path.
+ pathname.com/fhs/pub/fhs-2.3.html#VARLIBHWCLOCKSTATEDIRECTORYFORHWCLO
+config BUSYBOX_IONICE
+ bool "ionice (3.8 kb)"
+ default y
+ select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
+ help
+ Set/set program io scheduling class and priority
+ Requires kernel >= 2.6.13
config BUSYBOX_IPCRM
- bool "ipcrm"
- default n
+ bool "ipcrm (3.2 kb)"
+ default y
help
- The ipcrm utility allows the removal of System V interprocess
- communication (IPC) objects and the associated data structures
- from the system.
-
+ The ipcrm utility allows the removal of System V interprocess
+ communication (IPC) objects and the associated data structures
+ from the system.
config BUSYBOX_IPCS
- bool "ipcs"
- default n
+ bool "ipcs (11 kb)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- The ipcs utility is used to provide information on the currently
- allocated System V interprocess (IPC) objects in the system.
+ The ipcs utility is used to provide information on the currently
+ allocated System V interprocess (IPC) objects in the system.
+config BUSYBOX_LAST
+ bool "last (6.1 kb)"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_WTMP
+ help
+ 'last' displays a list of the last users that logged into the system.
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_LAST_FANCY
+ bool "Output extra information"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_LAST
+ help
+ 'last' displays detailed information about the last users that
+ logged into the system (mimics sysvinit last). +900 bytes.
config BUSYBOX_LOSETUP
- bool "losetup"
- default n
+ bool "losetup (5.5 kb)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- losetup is used to associate or detach a loop device with a regular
- file or block device, and to query the status of a loop device. This
- version does not currently support enabling data encryption.
-
+ losetup is used to associate or detach a loop device with a regular
+ file or block device, and to query the status of a loop device. This
+ version does not currently support enabling data encryption.
config BUSYBOX_LSPCI
- bool "lspci"
- depends on !BUSYBOX_DISABLE_LSPCI
- default n
- #select PLATFORM_LINUX
+ bool "lspci (6.3 kb)"
+ default y
+ #select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- lspci is a utility for displaying information about PCI buses in the
- system and devices connected to them.
-
- This version uses sysfs (/sys/bus/pci/devices) only.
+ lspci is a utility for displaying information about PCI buses in the
+ system and devices connected to them.
+ This version uses sysfs (/sys/bus/pci/devices) only.
config BUSYBOX_LSUSB
- bool "lsusb"
- depends on !BUSYBOX_DISABLE_LSUSB
- default n
- #select PLATFORM_LINUX
+ bool "lsusb (4.2 kb)"
+ default y
+ #select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
+ help
+ lsusb is a utility for displaying information about USB buses in the
+ system and devices connected to them.
+
+ This version uses sysfs (/sys/bus/usb/devices) only.
+config BUSYBOX_MDEV
+ bool "mdev (17 kb)"
+ default y
+ select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- lsusb is a utility for displaying information about USB buses in the
- system and devices connected to them.
+ mdev is a mini-udev implementation for dynamically creating device
+ nodes in the /dev directory.
- This version uses sysfs (/sys/bus/usb/devices) only.
+ For more information, please see docs/mdev.txt
-config BUSYBOX_MKSWAP
- bool "mkswap"
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MDEV_CONF
+ bool "Support /etc/mdev.conf"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_MDEV
+ help
+ Add support for the mdev config file to control ownership and
+ permissions of the device nodes.
+
+ For more information, please see docs/mdev.txt
+
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MDEV_RENAME
+ bool "Support subdirs/symlinks"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MDEV_CONF
+ help
+ Add support for renaming devices and creating symlinks.
+
+ For more information, please see docs/mdev.txt
+
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MDEV_RENAME_REGEXP
+ bool "Support regular expressions substitutions when renaming device"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MDEV_RENAME
+ help
+ Add support for regular expressions substitutions when renaming
+ device.
+
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MDEV_EXEC
+ bool "Support command execution at device addition/removal"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MDEV_CONF
+ help
+ This adds support for an optional field to /etc/mdev.conf for
+ executing commands when devices are created/removed.
+
+ For more information, please see docs/mdev.txt
+
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MDEV_LOAD_FIRMWARE
+ bool "Support loading of firmware"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_MDEV
+ help
+ Some devices need to load firmware before they can be usable.
+
+ These devices will request userspace look up the files in
+ /lib/firmware/ and if it exists, send it to the kernel for
+ loading into the hardware.
+
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MDEV_DAEMON
+ bool "Support daemon mode"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_MDEV
+ help
+ Adds the -d option to run mdev in daemon mode handling hotplug
+ events from the kernel like udev. If the system generates many
+ hotplug events this mode of operation will consume less
+ resources than registering mdev as hotplug helper or using the
+ uevent applet.
+config BUSYBOX_MESG
+ bool "mesg (1.4 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ Mesg controls access to your terminal by others. It is typically
+ used to allow or disallow other users to write to your terminal
+
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MESG_ENABLE_ONLY_GROUP
+ bool "Enable writing to tty only by group, not by everybody"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_MESG
+ help
+ Usually, ttys are owned by group "tty", and "write" tool is
+ setgid to this group. This way, "mesg y" only needs to enable
+ "write by owning group" bit in tty mode.
+
+ If you set this option to N, "mesg y" will enable writing
+ by anybody at all. This is not recommended.
+config BUSYBOX_MKE2FS
+ bool "mke2fs (10 kb)"
+ default y
+ select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
+ help
+ Utility to create EXT2 filesystems.
+
+config BUSYBOX_MKFS_EXT2
+ bool "mkfs.ext2 (10 kb)"
+ default y
+ select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
+ help
+ Alias to "mke2fs".
+config BUSYBOX_MKFS_MINIX
+ bool "mkfs.minix (10 kb)"
+ default y
+ select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
+ help
+ The minix filesystem is a nice, small, compact, read-write filesystem
+ with little overhead. If you wish to be able to create minix
+ filesystems this utility will do the job for you.
+
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MINIX2
+ bool "Support Minix fs v2 (fsck_minix/mkfs_minix)"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_FSCK_MINIX || BUSYBOX_MKFS_MINIX
+ help
+ If you wish to be able to create version 2 minix filesystems, enable
+ this. If you enabled 'mkfs_minix' then you almost certainly want to
+ be using the version 2 filesystem support.
+config BUSYBOX_MKFS_REISER
+ bool "mkfs_reiser"
default n
+ select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- The mkswap utility is used to configure a file or disk partition as
- Linux swap space. This allows Linux to use the entire file or
- partition as if it were additional RAM, which can greatly increase
- the capability of low-memory machines. This additional memory is
- much slower than real RAM, but can be very helpful at preventing your
- applications being killed by the Linux out of memory (OOM) killer.
- Once you have created swap space using 'mkswap' you need to enable
- the swap space using the 'swapon' utility.
+ Utility to create ReiserFS filesystems.
+ Note: this applet needs a lot of testing and polishing.
+config BUSYBOX_MKDOSFS
+ bool "mkdosfs (7.2 kb)"
+ default y
+ select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
+ help
+ Utility to create FAT32 filesystems.
+
+config BUSYBOX_MKFS_VFAT
+ bool "mkfs.vfat (7.2 kb)"
+ default y
+ select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
+ help
+ Alias to "mkdosfs".
+config BUSYBOX_MKSWAP
+ bool "mkswap (6.3 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ The mkswap utility is used to configure a file or disk partition as
+ Linux swap space. This allows Linux to use the entire file or
+ partition as if it were additional RAM, which can greatly increase
+ the capability of low-memory machines. This additional memory is
+ much slower than real RAM, but can be very helpful at preventing your
+ applications being killed by the Linux out of memory (OOM) killer.
+ Once you have created swap space using 'mkswap' you need to enable
+ the swap space using the 'swapon' utility.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MKSWAP_UUID
bool "UUID support"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_MKSWAP
help
- Generate swap spaces with universally unique identifiers.
-
+ Generate swap spaces with universally unique identifiers.
config BUSYBOX_MORE
- bool "more"
- default n
+ bool "more (7 kb)"
+ default y
help
- more is a simple utility which allows you to read text one screen
- sized page at a time. If you want to read text that is larger than
- the screen, and you are using anything faster than a 300 baud modem,
- you will probably find this utility very helpful. If you don't have
- any need to reading text files, you can leave this disabled.
-
+ more is a simple utility which allows you to read text one screen
+ sized page at a time. If you want to read text that is larger than
+ the screen, and you are using anything faster than a 300 baud modem,
+ you will probably find this utility very helpful. If you don't have
+ any need to reading text files, you can leave this disabled.
config BUSYBOX_MOUNT
- bool "mount"
+ bool "mount (23 kb)"
default y
- depends on !BUSYBOX_DISABLE_MOUNT
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- All files and filesystems in Unix are arranged into one big directory
- tree. The 'mount' utility is used to graft a filesystem onto a
- particular part of the tree. A filesystem can either live on a block
- device, or it can be accessible over the network, as is the case with
- NFS filesystems. Most people using BusyBox will also want to enable
- the 'mount' utility.
+ All files and filesystems in Unix are arranged into one big directory
+ tree. The 'mount' utility is used to graft a filesystem onto a
+ particular part of the tree. A filesystem can either live on a block
+ device, or it can be accessible over the network, as is the case with
+ NFS filesystems.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MOUNT_FAKE
- bool "Support option -f"
- default n
+ bool "Support -f (fake mount)"
+ default y
depends on BUSYBOX_MOUNT
help
- Enable support for faking a file system mount.
+ Enable support for faking a file system mount.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MOUNT_VERBOSE
- bool "Support option -v"
- default n
+ bool "Support -v (verbose)"
+ default y
depends on BUSYBOX_MOUNT
help
- Enable multi-level -v[vv...] verbose messages. Useful if you
- debug mount problems and want to see what is exactly passed
- to the kernel.
+ Enable multi-level -v[vv...] verbose messages. Useful if you
+ debug mount problems and want to see what is exactly passed
+ to the kernel.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MOUNT_HELPERS
bool "Support mount helpers"
- default y
+ default n
depends on BUSYBOX_MOUNT
help
- Enable mounting of virtual file systems via external helpers.
- E.g. "mount obexfs#-b00.11.22.33.44.55 /mnt" will in effect call
- "obexfs -b00.11.22.33.44.55 /mnt"
- Also "mount -t sometype [-o opts] fs /mnt" will try
- "sometype [-o opts] fs /mnt" if simple mount syscall fails.
- The idea is to use such virtual filesystems in /etc/fstab.
+ Enable mounting of virtual file systems via external helpers.
+ E.g. "mount obexfs#-b00.11.22.33.44.55 /mnt" will in effect call
+ "obexfs -b00.11.22.33.44.55 /mnt"
+ Also "mount -t sometype [-o opts] fs /mnt" will try
+ "sometype [-o opts] fs /mnt" if simple mount syscall fails.
+ The idea is to use such virtual filesystems in /etc/fstab.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MOUNT_LABEL
bool "Support specifying devices by label or UUID"
@@ -679,138 +625,168 @@ config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MOUNT_LABEL
depends on BUSYBOX_MOUNT
select BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
help
- This allows for specifying a device by label or uuid, rather than by
- name. This feature utilizes the same functionality as blkid/findfs.
- This also enables label or uuid support for swapon.
+ This allows for specifying a device by label or uuid, rather than by
+ name. This feature utilizes the same functionality as blkid/findfs.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MOUNT_NFS
bool "Support mounting NFS file systems on Linux < 2.6.23"
default n
depends on BUSYBOX_MOUNT
- select BUSYBOX_FEATURE_HAVE_RPC
select BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SYSLOG
help
- Enable mounting of NFS file systems on Linux kernels prior
- to version 2.6.23. Note that in this case mounting of NFS
- over IPv6 will not be possible.
+ Enable mounting of NFS file systems on Linux kernels prior
+ to version 2.6.23. Note that in this case mounting of NFS
+ over IPv6 will not be possible.
- Note that this option links in RPC support from libc,
- which is rather large (~10 kbytes on uclibc).
+ Note that this option links in RPC support from libc,
+ which is rather large (~10 kbytes on uclibc).
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MOUNT_CIFS
bool "Support mounting CIFS/SMB file systems"
- default n
+ default y
depends on BUSYBOX_MOUNT
help
- Enable support for samba mounts.
+ Enable support for samba mounts.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MOUNT_FLAGS
depends on BUSYBOX_MOUNT
- bool "Support lots of -o flags in mount"
+ bool "Support lots of -o flags"
default y
help
- Without this, mount only supports ro/rw/remount. With this, it
- supports nosuid, suid, dev, nodev, exec, noexec, sync, async, atime,
- noatime, diratime, nodiratime, loud, bind, move, shared, slave,
- private, unbindable, rshared, rslave, rprivate, and runbindable.
+ Without this, mount only supports ro/rw/remount. With this, it
+ supports nosuid, suid, dev, nodev, exec, noexec, sync, async, atime,
+ noatime, diratime, nodiratime, loud, bind, move, shared, slave,
+ private, unbindable, rshared, rslave, rprivate, and runbindable.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MOUNT_FSTAB
depends on BUSYBOX_MOUNT
- bool "Support /etc/fstab and -a"
+ bool "Support /etc/fstab and -a (mount all)"
default y
help
- Support mount all and looking for files in /etc/fstab.
+ Support mount all and looking for files in /etc/fstab.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MOUNT_OTHERTAB
depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MOUNT_FSTAB
bool "Support -T <alt_fstab>"
- default n
+ default y
help
- Support mount -T (specifying an alternate fstab)
+ Support mount -T (specifying an alternate fstab)
+config BUSYBOX_MOUNTPOINT
+ bool "mountpoint (4.9 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ mountpoint checks if the directory is a mountpoint.
+config BUSYBOX_NOLOGIN
+ bool "nologin"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SH_EMBEDDED_SCRIPTS
+ help
+ Politely refuse a login
+config BUSYBOX_NOLOGIN_DEPENDENCIES
+ bool "Enable dependencies for nologin"
+ default n # Y default makes it harder to select single-applet test
+ depends on BUSYBOX_NOLOGIN
+ select BUSYBOX_CAT
+ select BUSYBOX_ECHO
+ select BUSYBOX_SLEEP
+ help
+ nologin is implemented as a shell script. It requires the
+ following in the runtime environment:
+ cat echo sleep
+ If you know these will be available externally you can
+ disable this option.
+config BUSYBOX_NSENTER
+ bool "nsenter (6.5 kb)"
+ default y
+ select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
+ help
+ Run program with namespaces of other processes.
config BUSYBOX_PIVOT_ROOT
- bool "pivot_root"
- default n
+ bool "pivot_root (1.1 kb)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- The pivot_root utility swaps the mount points for the root filesystem
- with some other mounted filesystem. This allows you to do all sorts
- of wild and crazy things with your Linux system and is far more
- powerful than 'chroot'.
-
- Note: This is for initrd in linux 2.4. Under initramfs (introduced
- in linux 2.6) use switch_root instead.
+ The pivot_root utility swaps the mount points for the root filesystem
+ with some other mounted filesystem. This allows you to do all sorts
+ of wild and crazy things with your Linux system and is far more
+ powerful than 'chroot'.
+ Note: This is for initrd in linux 2.4. Under initramfs (introduced
+ in linux 2.6) use switch_root instead.
config BUSYBOX_RDATE
- bool "rdate"
- depends on !BUSYBOX_DISABLE_RDATE
- default n
+ bool "rdate (5.6 kb)"
+ default y
help
- The rdate utility allows you to synchronize the date and time of your
- system clock with the date and time of a remote networked system using
- the RFC868 protocol, which is built into the inetd daemon on most
- systems.
-
+ The rdate utility allows you to synchronize the date and time of your
+ system clock with the date and time of a remote networked system using
+ the RFC868 protocol, which is built into the inetd daemon on most
+ systems.
config BUSYBOX_RDEV
- bool "rdev"
+ bool "rdev (1.8 kb)"
default y
help
- Print the device node associated with the filesystem mounted at '/'.
-
+ Print the device node associated with the filesystem mounted at '/'.
config BUSYBOX_READPROFILE
- bool "readprofile"
- default n
- #select PLATFORM_LINUX
+ bool "readprofile (7.1 kb)"
+ default y
+ #select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- This allows you to parse /proc/profile for basic profiling.
-
+ This allows you to parse /proc/profile for basic profiling.
+config BUSYBOX_RENICE
+ bool "renice (4.2 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ Renice alters the scheduling priority of one or more running
+ processes.
+config BUSYBOX_REV
+ bool "rev (4.4 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ Reverse lines of a file or files.
config BUSYBOX_RTCWAKE
- bool "rtcwake"
- default n
+ bool "rtcwake (6.8 kb)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- Enter a system sleep state until specified wakeup time.
-
+ Enter a system sleep state until specified wakeup time.
config BUSYBOX_SCRIPT
- bool "script"
- default n
+ bool "script (8.6 kb)"
+ default y
help
- The script makes typescript of terminal session.
-
+ The script makes typescript of terminal session.
config BUSYBOX_SCRIPTREPLAY
- bool "scriptreplay"
- default n
+ bool "scriptreplay (2.4 kb)"
+ default y
help
- This program replays a typescript, using timing information
- given by script -t.
-
+ This program replays a typescript, using timing information
+ given by script -t.
config BUSYBOX_SETARCH
- bool "setarch"
- default n
+ bool "setarch (3.6 kb)"
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- The linux32 utility is used to create a 32bit environment for the
- specified program (usually a shell). It only makes sense to have
- this util on a system that supports both 64bit and 32bit userland
- (like amd64/x86, ppc64/ppc, sparc64/sparc, etc...).
+ The linux32 utility is used to create a 32bit environment for the
+ specified program (usually a shell). It only makes sense to have
+ this util on a system that supports both 64bit and 32bit userland
+ (like amd64/x86, ppc64/ppc, sparc64/sparc, etc...).
config BUSYBOX_LINUX32
- bool "linux32"
- default n
- select PLATFORM_LINUX
+ bool "linux32 (3.3 kb)"
+ default y
+ select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- Alias to "setarch linux32".
+ Alias to "setarch linux32".
config BUSYBOX_LINUX64
- bool "linux64"
- default n
- select PLATFORM_LINUX
+ bool "linux64 (3.3 kb)"
+ default y
+ select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- Alias to "setarch linux64".
-
+ Alias to "setarch linux64".
config BUSYBOX_SETPRIV
bool "setpriv (6.6 kb)"
- default n
+ default y
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
select BUSYBOX_LONG_OPTS
help
@@ -844,411 +820,188 @@ config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SETPRIV_CAPABILITY_NAMES
e.g. "net_admin", or using their index, e.g. "cap_12". Enabling
this option allows using the human-readable names in addition to
the index-based names.
-
+config BUSYBOX_SETSID
+ bool "setsid (3.6 kb)"
+ default y
+ help
+ setsid runs a program in a new session
config BUSYBOX_SWAPON
- bool "swapon"
- default n
- select PLATFORM_LINUX
+ bool "swapon (15 kb)"
+ default y
+ select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- This option enables the 'swapon' utility.
- Once you have created some swap space using 'mkswap', you also need
- to enable your swap space with the 'swapon' utility. The 'swapoff'
- utility is used, typically at system shutdown, to disable any swap
- space. If you are not using any swap space, you can leave this
- option disabled.
+ Once you have created some swap space using 'mkswap', you also need
+ to enable your swap space with the 'swapon' utility. The 'swapoff'
+ utility is used, typically at system shutdown, to disable any swap
+ space. If you are not using any swap space, you can leave this
+ option disabled.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SWAPON_DISCARD
bool "Support discard option -d"
- default n
+ default y
depends on BUSYBOX_SWAPON
help
- Enable support for discarding swap area blocks at swapon and/or as
- the kernel frees them. This option enables both the -d option on
- 'swapon' and the 'discard' option for swap entries in /etc/fstab.
+ Enable support for discarding swap area blocks at swapon and/or as
+ the kernel frees them. This option enables both the -d option on
+ 'swapon' and the 'discard' option for swap entries in /etc/fstab.
config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SWAPON_PRI
bool "Support priority option -p"
default y
depends on BUSYBOX_SWAPON
help
- Enable support for setting swap device priority in swapon.
+ Enable support for setting swap device priority in swapon.
config BUSYBOX_SWAPOFF
- bool "swapoff"
- default n
- select PLATFORM_LINUX
- help
- This option enables the 'swapoff' utility.
-
-config BUSYBOX_SWITCH_ROOT
- bool "switch_root"
- default n
- select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
- help
- The switch_root utility is used from initramfs to select a new
- root device. Under initramfs, you have to use this instead of
- pivot_root. (Stop reading here if you don't care why.)
-
- Booting with initramfs extracts a gzipped cpio archive into rootfs
- (which is a variant of ramfs/tmpfs). Because rootfs can't be moved
- or unmounted*, pivot_root will not work from initramfs. Instead,
- switch_root deletes everything out of rootfs (including itself),
- does a mount --move that overmounts rootfs with the new root, and
- then execs the specified init program.
-
- * Because the Linux kernel uses rootfs internally as the starting
- and ending point for searching through the kernel's doubly linked
- list of active mount points. That's why.
-
-config BUSYBOX_UMOUNT
- bool "umount"
+ bool "swapoff (14 kb)"
default y
- depends on !BUSYBOX_DISABLE_UMOUNT
select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
- help
- When you want to remove a mounted filesystem from its current mount
- point, for example when you are shutting down the system, the
- 'umount' utility is the tool to use. If you enabled the 'mount'
- utility, you almost certainly also want to enable 'umount'.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_UMOUNT_ALL
- bool "Support option -a"
- default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_UMOUNT
- help
- Support -a option to unmount all currently mounted filesystems.
-
-comment "Common options for mount/umount"
- depends on BUSYBOX_MOUNT || BUSYBOX_UMOUNT
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MOUNT_LOOP
- bool "Support loopback mounts"
- default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_MOUNT || BUSYBOX_UMOUNT
- help
- Enabling this feature allows automatic mounting of files (containing
- filesystem images) via the linux kernel's loopback devices.
- The mount command will detect you are trying to mount a file instead
- of a block device, and transparently associate the file with a
- loopback device. The umount command will also free that loopback
- device.
-
- You can still use the 'losetup' utility (to manually associate files
- with loop devices) if you need to do something advanced, such as
- specify an offset or cryptographic options to the loopback device.
- (If you don't want umount to free the loop device, use "umount -D".)
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MOUNT_LOOP_CREATE
- bool "Create new loopback devices if needed"
- default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MOUNT_LOOP
- help
- Linux kernels >= 2.6.24 support unlimited loopback devices. They are
- allocated for use when trying to use a loop device. The loop device
- must however exist.
- This feature lets mount to try to create next /dev/loopN device
- if it does not find a free one.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MTAB_SUPPORT
- bool "Support for the old /etc/mtab file"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_MOUNT || BUSYBOX_UMOUNT
- select BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MOUNT_FAKE
- help
- Historically, Unix systems kept track of the currently mounted
- partitions in the file "/etc/mtab". These days, the kernel exports
- the list of currently mounted partitions in "/proc/mounts", rendering
- the old mtab file obsolete. (In modern systems, /etc/mtab should be
- a symlink to /proc/mounts.)
-
- The only reason to have mount maintain an /etc/mtab file itself is if
- your stripped-down embedded system does not have a /proc directory.
- If you must use this, keep in mind it's inherently brittle (for
- example a mount under chroot won't update it), can't handle modern
- features like separate per-process filesystem namespaces, requires
- that your /etc directory be writable, tends to get easily confused
- by --bind or --move mounts, won't update if you rename a directory
- that contains a mount point, and so on. (In brief: avoid.)
-
- About the only reason to use this is if you've removed /proc from
- your kernel.
-
-config BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
- bool #No description makes it a hidden option
- default n
-
-menu "Filesystem/Volume identification"
- depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VOLUMEID_BCACHE
- bool "bcache filesystem"
- default n
- depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
- help
- TODO
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VOLUMEID_EXT
- bool "Ext filesystem"
- default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
- help
- TODO
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VOLUMEID_BTRFS
- bool "btrfs filesystem"
- default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
- help
- TODO
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VOLUMEID_REISERFS
- bool "Reiser filesystem"
- default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
- help
- TODO
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VOLUMEID_F2FS
- bool "f2fs filesystem"
- default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
- help
- F2FS (aka Flash-Friendly File System) is a log-structured file system,
- which is adapted to newer forms of storage. F2FS also remedies some
- known issues of the older log structured file systems, such as high
- cleaning overhead.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VOLUMEID_FAT
- bool "fat filesystem"
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_SWAPONOFF_LABEL
+ bool "Support specifying devices by label or UUID"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
+ depends on BUSYBOX_SWAPON || BUSYBOX_SWAPOFF
+ select BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
help
- TODO
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VOLUMEID_EXFAT
- bool "exFAT filesystem"
- default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
- help
- exFAT (extended FAT) is a proprietary file system designed especially
- for flash drives. It has many features from NTFS, but with less
- overhead. exFAT is used on most SDXC cards for consumer electronics.
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VOLUMEID_HFS
- bool "hfs filesystem"
+ This allows for specifying a device by label or uuid, rather than by
+ name. This feature utilizes the same functionality as blkid/findfs.
+config BUSYBOX_SWITCH_ROOT
+ bool "switch_root (5.5 kb)"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
+ select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- TODO
+ The switch_root utility is used from initramfs to select a new
+ root device. Under initramfs, you have to use this instead of
+ pivot_root. (Stop reading here if you don't care why.)
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VOLUMEID_MINIX
- bool "minix filesystem"
- default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
+ Booting with initramfs extracts a gzipped cpio archive into rootfs
+ (which is a variant of ramfs/tmpfs). Because rootfs can't be moved
+ or unmounted*, pivot_root will not work from initramfs. Instead,
+ switch_root deletes everything out of rootfs (including itself),
+ does a mount --move that overmounts rootfs with the new root, and
+ then execs the specified init program.
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VOLUMEID_NILFS
- bool "nilfs filesystem"
- default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
- help
- TODO
+ * Because the Linux kernel uses rootfs internally as the starting
+ and ending point for searching through the kernel's doubly linked
+ list of active mount points. That's why.
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VOLUMEID_JFS
- bool "jfs filesystem"
+config BUSYBOX_TASKSET
+ bool "taskset (4.2 kb)"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
help
- TODO
+ Retrieve or set a processes's CPU affinity.
+ This requires sched_{g,s}etaffinity support in your libc.
-### config FEATURE_VOLUMEID_UFS
-### bool "ufs filesystem"
-### default y
-### depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
-### help
-### TODO
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VOLUMEID_XFS
- bool "xfs filesystem"
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TASKSET_FANCY
+ bool "Fancy output"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
+ depends on BUSYBOX_TASKSET
help
- TODO
+ Needed for machines with more than 32-64 CPUs:
+ affinity parameter 0xHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH can be arbitrarily long
+ in this case. Otherwise, it is limited to sizeof(long).
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VOLUMEID_NTFS
- bool "ntfs filesystem"
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TASKSET_CPULIST
+ bool "CPU list support (-c option)"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
+ depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_TASKSET_FANCY
help
- TODO
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VOLUMEID_ISO9660
- bool "iso9660 filesystem"
+ Add support for taking/printing affinity as CPU list when '-c'
+ option is used. For example, it prints '0-3,7' instead of mask '8f'.
+config BUSYBOX_UEVENT
+ bool "uevent (3.1 kb)"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
+ select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- TODO
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VOLUMEID_UDF
- bool "udf filesystem"
+ uevent is a netlink listener for kernel uevent notifications
+ sent via netlink. It is usually used for dynamic device creation.
+config BUSYBOX_UMOUNT
+ bool "umount (5.1 kb)"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
+ select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
help
- TODO
+ When you want to remove a mounted filesystem from its current mount
+ point, for example when you are shutting down the system, the
+ 'umount' utility is the tool to use. If you enabled the 'mount'
+ utility, you almost certainly also want to enable 'umount'.
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VOLUMEID_LUKS
- bool "luks filesystem"
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_UMOUNT_ALL
+ bool "Support -a (unmount all)"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
+ depends on BUSYBOX_UMOUNT
help
- TODO
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VOLUMEID_LINUXSWAP
- bool "linux swap filesystem"
+ Support -a option to unmount all currently mounted filesystems.
+config BUSYBOX_UNSHARE
+ bool "unshare (7.2 kb)"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
+ depends on !BUSYBOX_NOMMU
+ select BUSYBOX_PLATFORM_LINUX
+ select BUSYBOX_LONG_OPTS
help
- TODO
-
-### config FEATURE_VOLUMEID_LVM
-### bool "lvm"
-### default y
-### depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
-### help
-### TODO
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VOLUMEID_CRAMFS
- bool "cramfs filesystem"
+ Run program with some namespaces unshared from parent.
+config BUSYBOX_WALL
+ bool "wall (2.6 kb)"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
+ depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_UTMP
help
- TODO
+ Write a message to all users that are logged in.
-### config FEATURE_VOLUMEID_HPFS
-### bool "hpfs filesystem"
-### default y
-### depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
-### help
-### TODO
+comment "Common options for mount/umount"
+ depends on BUSYBOX_MOUNT || BUSYBOX_UMOUNT
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VOLUMEID_ROMFS
- bool "romfs filesystem"
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MOUNT_LOOP
+ bool "Support loopback mounts"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
+ depends on BUSYBOX_MOUNT || BUSYBOX_UMOUNT
help
- TODO
+ Enabling this feature allows automatic mounting of files (containing
+ filesystem images) via the linux kernel's loopback devices.
+ The mount command will detect you are trying to mount a file instead
+ of a block device, and transparently associate the file with a
+ loopback device. The umount command will also free that loopback
+ device.
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VOLUMEID_SQUASHFS
- bool "SquashFS filesystem"
- default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID && BUSYBOX_FEATURE_BLKID_TYPE
- help
- Squashfs is a compressed read-only filesystem for Linux. Squashfs is
- intended for general read-only filesystem use and in constrained block
- device/memory systems (e.g. embedded systems) where low overhead is
- needed.
+ You can still use the 'losetup' utility (to manually associate files
+ with loop devices) if you need to do something advanced, such as
+ specify an offset or cryptographic options to the loopback device.
+ (If you don't want umount to free the loop device, use "umount -D".)
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VOLUMEID_SYSV
- bool "sysv filesystem"
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MOUNT_LOOP_CREATE
+ bool "Create new loopback devices if needed"
default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
+ depends on BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MOUNT_LOOP
help
- TODO
-
-### config FEATURE_VOLUMEID_MINIX
-### bool "minix filesystem"
-### default y
-### depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
-### help
-### TODO
+ Linux kernels >= 2.6.24 support unlimited loopback devices. They are
+ allocated for use when trying to use a loop device. The loop device
+ must however exist.
-### These only detect partition tables - not used (yet?)
-### config FEATURE_VOLUMEID_MAC
-### bool "mac filesystem"
-### default y
-### depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
-### help
-### TODO
-###
-### config FEATURE_VOLUMEID_MSDOS
-### bool "msdos filesystem"
-### default y
-### depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
-### help
-### TODO
+ This feature lets mount to try to create next /dev/loopN device
+ if it does not find a free one.
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VOLUMEID_OCFS2
- bool "ocfs2 filesystem"
- default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MTAB_SUPPORT
+ bool "Support old /etc/mtab file"
+ default n
+ depends on BUSYBOX_MOUNT || BUSYBOX_UMOUNT
+ select BUSYBOX_FEATURE_MOUNT_FAKE
help
- TODO
-
-### config FEATURE_VOLUMEID_HIGHPOINTRAID
-### bool "highpoint raid"
-### default y
-### depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
-### help
-### TODO
-
-### config FEATURE_VOLUMEID_ISWRAID
-### bool "intel raid"
-### default y
-### depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
-### help
-### TODO
-
-### config FEATURE_VOLUMEID_LSIRAID
-### bool "lsi raid"
-### default y
-### depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
-### help
-### TODO
-
-### config FEATURE_VOLUMEID_VIARAID
-### bool "via raid"
-### default y
-### depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
-### help
-### TODO
-
-### config FEATURE_VOLUMEID_SILICONRAID
-### bool "silicon raid"
-### default y
-### depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
-### help
-### TODO
-
-### config FEATURE_VOLUMEID_NVIDIARAID
-### bool "nvidia raid"
-### default y
-### depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
-### help
-### TODO
-
-### config FEATURE_VOLUMEID_PROMISERAID
-### bool "promise raid"
-### default y
-### depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
-### help
-### TODO
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VOLUMEID_LINUXRAID
- bool "linuxraid"
- default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
- help
- TODO
-
-config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VOLUMEID_UBIFS
- bool "UBIFS filesystem"
- default y
- depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
- help
- UBIFS (Unsorted Block Image File System) is a file
- system for use with raw flash memory media.
-
-
-endmenu
+ Historically, Unix systems kept track of the currently mounted
+ partitions in the file "/etc/mtab". These days, the kernel exports
+ the list of currently mounted partitions in "/proc/mounts", rendering
+ the old mtab file obsolete. (In modern systems, /etc/mtab should be
+ a symlink to /proc/mounts.)
+
+ The only reason to have mount maintain an /etc/mtab file itself is if
+ your stripped-down embedded system does not have a /proc directory.
+ If you must use this, keep in mind it's inherently brittle (for
+ example a mount under chroot won't update it), can't handle modern
+ features like separate per-process filesystem namespaces, requires
+ that your /etc directory be writable, tends to get easily confused
+ by --bind or --move mounts, won't update if you rename a directory
+ that contains a mount point, and so on. (In brief: avoid.)
+
+ About the only reason to use this is if you've removed /proc from
+ your kernel.
+
+source package/busybox/config/util-linux/volume_id/Config.in
endmenu
diff --git a/package/busybox/config/util-linux/volume_id/Config.in b/package/busybox/config/util-linux/volume_id/Config.in
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+# DO NOT EDIT. This file is generated from Config.src
+#
+# For a description of the syntax of this configuration file,
+# see docs/Kconfig-language.txt.
+#
+
+config BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
+ bool #No description makes it a hidden option
+ default n
+
+menu "Filesystem/Volume identification"
+ depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
+
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VOLUMEID_BCACHE
+ bool "bcache filesystem"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VOLUMEID_BTRFS
+ bool "btrfs filesystem"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VOLUMEID_CRAMFS
+ bool "cramfs filesystem"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VOLUMEID_EXFAT
+ bool "exFAT filesystem"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
+ help
+ exFAT (extended FAT) is a proprietary file system designed especially
+ for flash drives. It has many features from NTFS, but with less
+ overhead. exFAT is used on most SDXC cards for consumer electronics.
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VOLUMEID_EXT
+ bool "Ext filesystem"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VOLUMEID_F2FS
+ bool "f2fs filesystem"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
+ help
+ F2FS (aka Flash-Friendly File System) is a log-structured file system,
+ which is adapted to newer forms of storage. F2FS also remedies some
+ known issues of the older log structured file systems, such as high
+ cleaning overhead.
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VOLUMEID_FAT
+ bool "fat filesystem"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VOLUMEID_HFS
+ bool "hfs filesystem"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VOLUMEID_ISO9660
+ bool "iso9660 filesystem"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VOLUMEID_JFS
+ bool "jfs filesystem"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VOLUMEID_LFS
+ bool "LittleFS filesystem"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID && BUSYBOX_FEATURE_BLKID_TYPE
+ help
+ LittleFS is a small fail-safe filesystem designed for embedded
+ systems. It has strong copy-on-write guarantees and storage on disk
+ is always kept in a valid state. It also provides a form of dynamic
+ wear levelling for systems that can not fit a full flash translation
+ layer.
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VOLUMEID_LINUXRAID
+ bool "linuxraid"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VOLUMEID_LINUXSWAP
+ bool "linux swap filesystem"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VOLUMEID_LUKS
+ bool "luks filesystem"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VOLUMEID_MINIX
+ bool "minix filesystem"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VOLUMEID_NILFS
+ bool "nilfs filesystem"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
+ help
+ NILFS is a New Implementation of a Log-Structured File System (LFS)
+ that supports continuous snapshots. This provides features like
+ versioning of the entire filesystem, restoration of files that
+ were deleted a few minutes ago. NILFS keeps consistency like
+ conventional LFS, so it provides quick recovery after system crashes.
+
+ The possible use of NILFS includes versioning, tamper detection,
+ SOX compliance logging, and so forth. It can serve as an alternative
+ filesystem for Linux desktop environment, or as a basis of advanced
+ storage appliances.
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VOLUMEID_NTFS
+ bool "ntfs filesystem"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VOLUMEID_OCFS2
+ bool "ocfs2 filesystem"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VOLUMEID_REISERFS
+ bool "Reiser filesystem"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VOLUMEID_ROMFS
+ bool "romfs filesystem"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VOLUMEID_SQUASHFS
+ bool "SquashFS filesystem"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID && BUSYBOX_FEATURE_BLKID_TYPE
+ help
+ Squashfs is a compressed read-only filesystem for Linux. Squashfs is
+ intended for general read-only filesystem use and in constrained block
+ device/memory systems (e.g. embedded systems) where low overhead is
+ needed.
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VOLUMEID_SYSV
+ bool "sysv filesystem"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VOLUMEID_UBIFS
+ bool "UBIFS filesystem"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
+ help
+ UBIFS (Unsorted Block Image File System) is a file
+ system for use with raw flash memory media.
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VOLUMEID_UDF
+ bool "udf filesystem"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
+### config FEATURE_VOLUMEID_HIGHPOINTRAID
+### bool "highpoint raid"
+### default y
+### depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
+### config FEATURE_VOLUMEID_HPFS
+### bool "hpfs filesystem"
+### default y
+### depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
+### config FEATURE_VOLUMEID_ISWRAID
+### bool "intel raid"
+### default y
+### depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
+### config FEATURE_VOLUMEID_LSIRAID
+### bool "lsi raid"
+### default y
+### depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
+### config FEATURE_VOLUMEID_LVM
+### bool "lvm"
+### default y
+### depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
+### config FEATURE_VOLUMEID_MAC
+### bool "mac filesystem"
+### default y
+### depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
+### config FEATURE_VOLUMEID_MSDOS
+### bool "msdos filesystem"
+### default y
+### depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
+### config FEATURE_VOLUMEID_NVIDIARAID
+### bool "nvidia raid"
+### default y
+### depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
+### config FEATURE_VOLUMEID_PROMISERAID
+### bool "promise raid"
+### default y
+### depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
+### config FEATURE_VOLUMEID_SILICONRAID
+### bool "silicon raid"
+### default y
+### depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
+### config FEATURE_VOLUMEID_UFS
+### bool "ufs filesystem"
+### default y
+### depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
+### config FEATURE_VOLUMEID_VIARAID
+### bool "via raid"
+### default y
+### depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
+config BUSYBOX_FEATURE_VOLUMEID_XFS
+ bool "xfs filesystem"
+ default y
+ depends on BUSYBOX_VOLUMEID
+
+endmenu