1/* SPDX-License-Identifier: GPL-2.0 */
2/*
3 * Device tables which are exported to userspace via
4 * scripts/mod/file2alias.c. You must keep that file in sync with this
5 * header.
6 */
7
8#ifndef LINUX_MOD_DEVICETABLE_H
9#define LINUX_MOD_DEVICETABLE_H
10
11#ifdef __KERNEL__
12#include <linux/types.h>
13#include <linux/uuid.h>
14typedef unsigned long kernel_ulong_t;
15#endif
16
17#define PCI_ANY_ID (~0)
18
19struct pci_device_id {
20 __u32 vendor, device; /* Vendor and device ID or PCI_ANY_ID*/
21 __u32 subvendor, subdevice; /* Subsystem ID's or PCI_ANY_ID */
22 __u32 class, class_mask; /* (class,subclass,prog-if) triplet */
23 kernel_ulong_t driver_data; /* Data private to the driver */
24};
25
26
27#define IEEE1394_MATCH_VENDOR_ID 0x0001
28#define IEEE1394_MATCH_MODEL_ID 0x0002
29#define IEEE1394_MATCH_SPECIFIER_ID 0x0004
30#define IEEE1394_MATCH_VERSION 0x0008
31
32struct ieee1394_device_id {
33 __u32 match_flags;
34 __u32 vendor_id;
35 __u32 model_id;
36 __u32 specifier_id;
37 __u32 version;
38 kernel_ulong_t driver_data;
39};
40
41
42/*
43 * Device table entry for "new style" table-driven USB drivers.
44 * User mode code can read these tables to choose which modules to load.
45 * Declare the table as a MODULE_DEVICE_TABLE.
46 *
47 * A probe() parameter will point to a matching entry from this table.
48 * Use the driver_info field for each match to hold information tied
49 * to that match: device quirks, etc.
50 *
51 * Terminate the driver's table with an all-zeroes entry.
52 * Use the flag values to control which fields are compared.
53 */
54
55/**
56 * struct usb_device_id - identifies USB devices for probing and hotplugging
57 * @match_flags: Bit mask controlling which of the other fields are used to
58 * match against new devices. Any field except for driver_info may be
59 * used, although some only make sense in conjunction with other fields.
60 * This is usually set by a USB_DEVICE_*() macro, which sets all
61 * other fields in this structure except for driver_info.
62 * @idVendor: USB vendor ID for a device; numbers are assigned
63 * by the USB forum to its members.
64 * @idProduct: Vendor-assigned product ID.
65 * @bcdDevice_lo: Low end of range of vendor-assigned product version numbers.
66 * This is also used to identify individual product versions, for
67 * a range consisting of a single device.
68 * @bcdDevice_hi: High end of version number range. The range of product
69 * versions is inclusive.
70 * @bDeviceClass: Class of device; numbers are assigned
71 * by the USB forum. Products may choose to implement classes,
72 * or be vendor-specific. Device classes specify behavior of all
73 * the interfaces on a device.
74 * @bDeviceSubClass: Subclass of device; associated with bDeviceClass.
75 * @bDeviceProtocol: Protocol of device; associated with bDeviceClass.
76 * @bInterfaceClass: Class of interface; numbers are assigned
77 * by the USB forum. Products may choose to implement classes,
78 * or be vendor-specific. Interface classes specify behavior only
79 * of a given interface; other interfaces may support other classes.
80 * @bInterfaceSubClass: Subclass of interface; associated with bInterfaceClass.
81 * @bInterfaceProtocol: Protocol of interface; associated with bInterfaceClass.
82 * @bInterfaceNumber: Number of interface; composite devices may use
83 * fixed interface numbers to differentiate between vendor-specific
84 * interfaces.
85 * @driver_info: Holds information used by the driver. Usually it holds
86 * a pointer to a descriptor understood by the driver, or perhaps
87 * device flags.
88 *
89 * In most cases, drivers will create a table of device IDs by using
90 * USB_DEVICE(), or similar macros designed for that purpose.
91 * They will then export it to userspace using MODULE_DEVICE_TABLE(),
92 * and provide it to the USB core through their usb_driver structure.
93 *
94 * See the usb_match_id() function for information about how matches are
95 * performed. Briefly, you will normally use one of several macros to help
96 * construct these entries. Each entry you provide will either identify
97 * one or more specific products, or will identify a class of products
98 * which have agreed to behave the same. You should put the more specific
99 * matches towards the beginning of your table, so that driver_info can
100 * record quirks of specific products.
101 */
102struct usb_device_id {
103 /* which fields to match against? */
104 __u16 match_flags;
105
106 /* Used for product specific matches; range is inclusive */
107 __u16 idVendor;
108 __u16 idProduct;
109 __u16 bcdDevice_lo;
110 __u16 bcdDevice_hi;
111
112 /* Used for device class matches */
113 __u8 bDeviceClass;
114 __u8 bDeviceSubClass;
115 __u8 bDeviceProtocol;
116
117 /* Used for interface class matches */
118 __u8 bInterfaceClass;
119 __u8 bInterfaceSubClass;
120 __u8 bInterfaceProtocol;
121
122 /* Used for vendor-specific interface matches */
123 __u8 bInterfaceNumber;
124
125 /* not matched against */
126 kernel_ulong_t driver_info
127 __attribute__((aligned(sizeof(kernel_ulong_t))));
128};
129
130/* Some useful macros to use to create struct usb_device_id */
131#define USB_DEVICE_ID_MATCH_VENDOR 0x0001
132#define USB_DEVICE_ID_MATCH_PRODUCT 0x0002
133#define USB_DEVICE_ID_MATCH_DEV_LO 0x0004
134#define USB_DEVICE_ID_MATCH_DEV_HI 0x0008
135#define USB_DEVICE_ID_MATCH_DEV_CLASS 0x0010
136#define USB_DEVICE_ID_MATCH_DEV_SUBCLASS 0x0020
137#define USB_DEVICE_ID_MATCH_DEV_PROTOCOL 0x0040
138#define USB_DEVICE_ID_MATCH_INT_CLASS 0x0080
139#define USB_DEVICE_ID_MATCH_INT_SUBCLASS 0x0100
140#define USB_DEVICE_ID_MATCH_INT_PROTOCOL 0x0200
141#define USB_DEVICE_ID_MATCH_INT_NUMBER 0x0400
142
143#define HID_ANY_ID (~0)
144#define HID_BUS_ANY 0xffff
145#define HID_GROUP_ANY 0x0000
146
147struct hid_device_id {
148 __u16 bus;
149 __u16 group;
150 __u32 vendor;
151 __u32 product;
152 kernel_ulong_t driver_data;
153};
154
155/* s390 CCW devices */
156struct ccw_device_id {
157 __u16 match_flags; /* which fields to match against */
158
159 __u16 cu_type; /* control unit type */
160 __u16 dev_type; /* device type */
161 __u8 cu_model; /* control unit model */
162 __u8 dev_model; /* device model */
163
164 kernel_ulong_t driver_info;
165};
166
167#define CCW_DEVICE_ID_MATCH_CU_TYPE 0x01
168#define CCW_DEVICE_ID_MATCH_CU_MODEL 0x02
169#define CCW_DEVICE_ID_MATCH_DEVICE_TYPE 0x04
170#define CCW_DEVICE_ID_MATCH_DEVICE_MODEL 0x08
171
172/* s390 AP bus devices */
173struct ap_device_id {
174 __u16 match_flags; /* which fields to match against */
175 __u8 dev_type; /* device type */
176 kernel_ulong_t driver_info;
177};
178
179#define AP_DEVICE_ID_MATCH_CARD_TYPE 0x01
180#define AP_DEVICE_ID_MATCH_QUEUE_TYPE 0x02
181
182/* s390 css bus devices (subchannels) */
183struct css_device_id {
184 __u8 match_flags;
185 __u8 type; /* subchannel type */
186 kernel_ulong_t driver_data;
187};
188
189#define ACPI_ID_LEN 9
190
191struct acpi_device_id {
192 __u8 id[ACPI_ID_LEN];
193 kernel_ulong_t driver_data;
194 __u32 cls;
195 __u32 cls_msk;
196};
197
198#define PNP_ID_LEN 8
199#define PNP_MAX_DEVICES 8
200
201struct pnp_device_id {
202 __u8 id[PNP_ID_LEN];
203 kernel_ulong_t driver_data;
204};
205
206struct pnp_card_device_id {
207 __u8 id[PNP_ID_LEN];
208 kernel_ulong_t driver_data;
209 struct {
210 __u8 id[PNP_ID_LEN];
211 } devs[PNP_MAX_DEVICES];
212};
213
214
215#define SERIO_ANY 0xff
216
217struct serio_device_id {
218 __u8 type;
219 __u8 extra;
220 __u8 id;
221 __u8 proto;
222};
223
224struct hda_device_id {
225 __u32 vendor_id;
226 __u32 rev_id;
227 __u8 api_version;
228 const char *name;
229 unsigned long driver_data;
230};
231
232struct sdw_device_id {
233 __u16 mfg_id;
234 __u16 part_id;
235 kernel_ulong_t driver_data;
236};
237
238/*
239 * Struct used for matching a device
240 */
241struct of_device_id {
242 char name[32];
243 char type[32];
244 char compatible[128];
245 const void *data;
246};
247
248/* VIO */
249struct vio_device_id {
250 char type[32];
251 char compat[32];
252};
253
254/* PCMCIA */
255
256struct pcmcia_device_id {
257 __u16 match_flags;
258
259 __u16 manf_id;
260 __u16 card_id;
261
262 __u8 func_id;
263
264 /* for real multi-function devices */
265 __u8 function;
266
267 /* for pseudo multi-function devices */
268 __u8 device_no;
269
270 __u32 prod_id_hash[4];
271
272 /* not matched against in kernelspace */
273 const char * prod_id[4];
274
275 /* not matched against */
276 kernel_ulong_t driver_info;
277 char * cisfile;
278};
279
280#define PCMCIA_DEV_ID_MATCH_MANF_ID 0x0001
281#define PCMCIA_DEV_ID_MATCH_CARD_ID 0x0002
282#define PCMCIA_DEV_ID_MATCH_FUNC_ID 0x0004
283#define PCMCIA_DEV_ID_MATCH_FUNCTION 0x0008
284#define PCMCIA_DEV_ID_MATCH_PROD_ID1 0x0010
285#define PCMCIA_DEV_ID_MATCH_PROD_ID2 0x0020
286#define PCMCIA_DEV_ID_MATCH_PROD_ID3 0x0040
287#define PCMCIA_DEV_ID_MATCH_PROD_ID4 0x0080
288#define PCMCIA_DEV_ID_MATCH_DEVICE_NO 0x0100
289#define PCMCIA_DEV_ID_MATCH_FAKE_CIS 0x0200
290#define PCMCIA_DEV_ID_MATCH_ANONYMOUS 0x0400
291
292/* Input */
293#define INPUT_DEVICE_ID_EV_MAX 0x1f
294#define INPUT_DEVICE_ID_KEY_MIN_INTERESTING 0x71
295#define INPUT_DEVICE_ID_KEY_MAX 0x2ff
296#define INPUT_DEVICE_ID_REL_MAX 0x0f
297#define INPUT_DEVICE_ID_ABS_MAX 0x3f
298#define INPUT_DEVICE_ID_MSC_MAX 0x07
299#define INPUT_DEVICE_ID_LED_MAX 0x0f
300#define INPUT_DEVICE_ID_SND_MAX 0x07
301#define INPUT_DEVICE_ID_FF_MAX 0x7f
302#define INPUT_DEVICE_ID_SW_MAX 0x0f
303#define INPUT_DEVICE_ID_PROP_MAX 0x1f
304
305#define INPUT_DEVICE_ID_MATCH_BUS 1
306#define INPUT_DEVICE_ID_MATCH_VENDOR 2
307#define INPUT_DEVICE_ID_MATCH_PRODUCT 4
308#define INPUT_DEVICE_ID_MATCH_VERSION 8
309
310#define INPUT_DEVICE_ID_MATCH_EVBIT 0x0010
311#define INPUT_DEVICE_ID_MATCH_KEYBIT 0x0020
312#define INPUT_DEVICE_ID_MATCH_RELBIT 0x0040
313#define INPUT_DEVICE_ID_MATCH_ABSBIT 0x0080
314#define INPUT_DEVICE_ID_MATCH_MSCIT 0x0100
315#define INPUT_DEVICE_ID_MATCH_LEDBIT 0x0200
316#define INPUT_DEVICE_ID_MATCH_SNDBIT 0x0400
317#define INPUT_DEVICE_ID_MATCH_FFBIT 0x0800
318#define INPUT_DEVICE_ID_MATCH_SWBIT 0x1000
319#define INPUT_DEVICE_ID_MATCH_PROPBIT 0x2000
320
321struct input_device_id {
322
323 kernel_ulong_t flags;
324
325 __u16 bustype;
326 __u16 vendor;
327 __u16 product;
328 __u16 version;
329
330 kernel_ulong_t evbit[INPUT_DEVICE_ID_EV_MAX / BITS_PER_LONG + 1];
331 kernel_ulong_t keybit[INPUT_DEVICE_ID_KEY_MAX / BITS_PER_LONG + 1];
332 kernel_ulong_t relbit[INPUT_DEVICE_ID_REL_MAX / BITS_PER_LONG + 1];
333 kernel_ulong_t absbit[INPUT_DEVICE_ID_ABS_MAX / BITS_PER_LONG + 1];
334 kernel_ulong_t mscbit[INPUT_DEVICE_ID_MSC_MAX / BITS_PER_LONG + 1];
335 kernel_ulong_t ledbit[INPUT_DEVICE_ID_LED_MAX / BITS_PER_LONG + 1];
336 kernel_ulong_t sndbit[INPUT_DEVICE_ID_SND_MAX / BITS_PER_LONG + 1];
337 kernel_ulong_t ffbit[INPUT_DEVICE_ID_FF_MAX / BITS_PER_LONG + 1];
338 kernel_ulong_t swbit[INPUT_DEVICE_ID_SW_MAX / BITS_PER_LONG + 1];
339 kernel_ulong_t propbit[INPUT_DEVICE_ID_PROP_MAX / BITS_PER_LONG + 1];
340
341 kernel_ulong_t driver_info;
342};
343
344/* EISA */
345
346#define EISA_SIG_LEN 8
347
348/* The EISA signature, in ASCII form, null terminated */
349struct eisa_device_id {
350 char sig[EISA_SIG_LEN];
351 kernel_ulong_t driver_data;
352};
353
354#define EISA_DEVICE_MODALIAS_FMT "eisa:s%s"
355
356struct parisc_device_id {
357 __u8 hw_type; /* 5 bits used */
358 __u8 hversion_rev; /* 4 bits */
359 __u16 hversion; /* 12 bits */
360 __u32 sversion; /* 20 bits */
361};
362
363#define PA_HWTYPE_ANY_ID 0xff
364#define PA_HVERSION_REV_ANY_ID 0xff
365#define PA_HVERSION_ANY_ID 0xffff
366#define PA_SVERSION_ANY_ID 0xffffffff
367
368/* SDIO */
369
370#define SDIO_ANY_ID (~0)
371
372struct sdio_device_id {
373 __u8 class; /* Standard interface or SDIO_ANY_ID */
374 __u16 vendor; /* Vendor or SDIO_ANY_ID */
375 __u16 device; /* Device ID or SDIO_ANY_ID */
376 kernel_ulong_t driver_data; /* Data private to the driver */
377};
378
379/* SSB core, see drivers/ssb/ */
380struct ssb_device_id {
381 __u16 vendor;
382 __u16 coreid;
383 __u8 revision;
384 __u8 __pad;
385} __attribute__((packed, aligned(2)));
386#define SSB_DEVICE(_vendor, _coreid, _revision) \
387 { .vendor = _vendor, .coreid = _coreid, .revision = _revision, }
388
389#define SSB_ANY_VENDOR 0xFFFF
390#define SSB_ANY_ID 0xFFFF
391#define SSB_ANY_REV 0xFF
392
393/* Broadcom's specific AMBA core, see drivers/bcma/ */
394struct bcma_device_id {
395 __u16 manuf;
396 __u16 id;
397 __u8 rev;
398 __u8 class;
399} __attribute__((packed,aligned(2)));
400#define BCMA_CORE(_manuf, _id, _rev, _class) \
401 { .manuf = _manuf, .id = _id, .rev = _rev, .class = _class, }
402
403#define BCMA_ANY_MANUF 0xFFFF
404#define BCMA_ANY_ID 0xFFFF
405#define BCMA_ANY_REV 0xFF
406#define BCMA_ANY_CLASS 0xFF
407
408struct virtio_device_id {
409 __u32 device;
410 __u32 vendor;
411};
412#define VIRTIO_DEV_ANY_ID 0xffffffff
413
414/*
415 * For Hyper-V devices we use the device guid as the id.
416 */
417struct hv_vmbus_device_id {
418 uuid_le guid;
419 kernel_ulong_t driver_data; /* Data private to the driver */
420};
421
422/* rpmsg */
423
424#define RPMSG_NAME_SIZE 32
425#define RPMSG_DEVICE_MODALIAS_FMT "rpmsg:%s"
426
427struct rpmsg_device_id {
428 char name[RPMSG_NAME_SIZE];
429};
430
431/* i2c */
432
433#define I2C_NAME_SIZE 20
434#define I2C_MODULE_PREFIX "i2c:"
435
436struct i2c_device_id {
437 char name[I2C_NAME_SIZE];
438 kernel_ulong_t driver_data; /* Data private to the driver */
439};
440
441/* pci_epf */
442
443#define PCI_EPF_NAME_SIZE 20
444#define PCI_EPF_MODULE_PREFIX "pci_epf:"
445
446struct pci_epf_device_id {
447 char name[PCI_EPF_NAME_SIZE];
448 kernel_ulong_t driver_data;
449};
450
451/* i3c */
452
453#define I3C_MATCH_DCR 0x1
454#define I3C_MATCH_MANUF 0x2
455#define I3C_MATCH_PART 0x4
456#define I3C_MATCH_EXTRA_INFO 0x8
457
458struct i3c_device_id {
459 __u8 match_flags;
460 __u8 dcr;
461 __u16 manuf_id;
462 __u16 part_id;
463 __u16 extra_info;
464
465 const void *data;
466};
467
468/* spi */
469
470#define SPI_NAME_SIZE 32
471#define SPI_MODULE_PREFIX "spi:"
472
473struct spi_device_id {
474 char name[SPI_NAME_SIZE];
475 kernel_ulong_t driver_data; /* Data private to the driver */
476};
477
478/* SLIMbus */
479
480#define SLIMBUS_NAME_SIZE 32
481#define SLIMBUS_MODULE_PREFIX "slim:"
482
483struct slim_device_id {
484 __u16 manf_id, prod_code;
485 __u16 dev_index, instance;
486
487 /* Data private to the driver */
488 kernel_ulong_t driver_data;
489};
490
491#define APR_NAME_SIZE 32
492#define APR_MODULE_PREFIX "apr:"
493
494struct apr_device_id {
495 char name[APR_NAME_SIZE];
496 __u32 domain_id;
497 __u32 svc_id;
498 __u32 svc_version;
499 kernel_ulong_t driver_data; /* Data private to the driver */
500};
501
502#define SPMI_NAME_SIZE 32
503#define SPMI_MODULE_PREFIX "spmi:"
504
505struct spmi_device_id {
506 char name[SPMI_NAME_SIZE];
507 kernel_ulong_t driver_data; /* Data private to the driver */
508};
509
510/* dmi */
511enum dmi_field {
512 DMI_NONE,
513 DMI_BIOS_VENDOR,
514 DMI_BIOS_VERSION,
515 DMI_BIOS_DATE,
516 DMI_SYS_VENDOR,
517 DMI_PRODUCT_NAME,
518 DMI_PRODUCT_VERSION,
519 DMI_PRODUCT_SERIAL,
520 DMI_PRODUCT_UUID,
521 DMI_PRODUCT_SKU,
522 DMI_PRODUCT_FAMILY,
523 DMI_BOARD_VENDOR,
524 DMI_BOARD_NAME,
525 DMI_BOARD_VERSION,
526 DMI_BOARD_SERIAL,
527 DMI_BOARD_ASSET_TAG,
528 DMI_CHASSIS_VENDOR,
529 DMI_CHASSIS_TYPE,
530 DMI_CHASSIS_VERSION,
531 DMI_CHASSIS_SERIAL,
532 DMI_CHASSIS_ASSET_TAG,
533 DMI_STRING_MAX,
534 DMI_OEM_STRING, /* special case - will not be in dmi_ident */
535};
536
537struct dmi_strmatch {
538 unsigned char slot:7;
539 unsigned char exact_match:1;
540 char substr[79];
541};
542
543struct dmi_system_id {
544 int (*callback)(const struct dmi_system_id *);
545 const char *ident;
546 struct dmi_strmatch matches[4];
547 void *driver_data;
548};
549/*
550 * struct dmi_device_id appears during expansion of
551 * "MODULE_DEVICE_TABLE(dmi, x)". Compiler doesn't look inside it
552 * but this is enough for gcc 3.4.6 to error out:
553 * error: storage size of '__mod_dmi_device_table' isn't known
554 */
555#define dmi_device_id dmi_system_id
556
557#define DMI_MATCH(a, b) { .slot = a, .substr = b }
558#define DMI_EXACT_MATCH(a, b) { .slot = a, .substr = b, .exact_match = 1 }
559
560#define PLATFORM_NAME_SIZE 20
561#define PLATFORM_MODULE_PREFIX "platform:"
562
563struct platform_device_id {
564 char name[PLATFORM_NAME_SIZE];
565 kernel_ulong_t driver_data;
566};
567
568#define MDIO_NAME_SIZE 32
569#define MDIO_MODULE_PREFIX "mdio:"
570
571#define MDIO_ID_FMT "%d%d%d%d%d%d%d%d%d%d%d%d%d%d%d%d%d%d%d%d%d%d%d%d%d%d%d%d%d%d%d%d"
572#define MDIO_ID_ARGS(_id) \
573 (_id)>>31, ((_id)>>30) & 1, ((_id)>>29) & 1, ((_id)>>28) & 1, \
574 ((_id)>>27) & 1, ((_id)>>26) & 1, ((_id)>>25) & 1, ((_id)>>24) & 1, \
575 ((_id)>>23) & 1, ((_id)>>22) & 1, ((_id)>>21) & 1, ((_id)>>20) & 1, \
576 ((_id)>>19) & 1, ((_id)>>18) & 1, ((_id)>>17) & 1, ((_id)>>16) & 1, \
577 ((_id)>>15) & 1, ((_id)>>14) & 1, ((_id)>>13) & 1, ((_id)>>12) & 1, \
578 ((_id)>>11) & 1, ((_id)>>10) & 1, ((_id)>>9) & 1, ((_id)>>8) & 1, \
579 ((_id)>>7) & 1, ((_id)>>6) & 1, ((_id)>>5) & 1, ((_id)>>4) & 1, \
580 ((_id)>>3) & 1, ((_id)>>2) & 1, ((_id)>>1) & 1, (_id) & 1
581
582/**
583 * struct mdio_device_id - identifies PHY devices on an MDIO/MII bus
584 * @phy_id: The result of
585 * (mdio_read(&MII_PHYSID1) << 16 | mdio_read(&MII_PHYSID2)) & @phy_id_mask
586 * for this PHY type
587 * @phy_id_mask: Defines the significant bits of @phy_id. A value of 0
588 * is used to terminate an array of struct mdio_device_id.
589 */
590struct mdio_device_id {
591 __u32 phy_id;
592 __u32 phy_id_mask;
593};
594
595struct zorro_device_id {
596 __u32 id; /* Device ID or ZORRO_WILDCARD */
597 kernel_ulong_t driver_data; /* Data private to the driver */
598};
599
600#define ZORRO_WILDCARD (0xffffffff) /* not official */
601
602#define ZORRO_DEVICE_MODALIAS_FMT "zorro:i%08X"
603
604#define ISAPNP_ANY_ID 0xffff
605struct isapnp_device_id {
606 unsigned short card_vendor, card_device;
607 unsigned short vendor, function;
608 kernel_ulong_t driver_data; /* data private to the driver */
609};
610
611/**
612 * struct amba_id - identifies a device on an AMBA bus
613 * @id: The significant bits if the hardware device ID
614 * @mask: Bitmask specifying which bits of the id field are significant when
615 * matching. A driver binds to a device when ((hardware device ID) & mask)
616 * == id.
617 * @data: Private data used by the driver.
618 */
619struct amba_id {
620 unsigned int id;
621 unsigned int mask;
622 void *data;
623};
624
625/**
626 * struct mips_cdmm_device_id - identifies devices in MIPS CDMM bus
627 * @type: Device type identifier.
628 */
629struct mips_cdmm_device_id {
630 __u8 type;
631};
632
633/*
634 * Match x86 CPUs for CPU specific drivers.
635 * See documentation of "x86_match_cpu" for details.
636 */
637
638/*
639 * MODULE_DEVICE_TABLE expects this struct to be called x86cpu_device_id.
640 * Although gcc seems to ignore this error, clang fails without this define.
641 */
642#define x86cpu_device_id x86_cpu_id
643struct x86_cpu_id {
644 __u16 vendor;
645 __u16 family;
646 __u16 model;
647 __u16 feature; /* bit index */
648 kernel_ulong_t driver_data;
649};
650
651#define X86_FEATURE_MATCH(x) \
652 { X86_VENDOR_ANY, X86_FAMILY_ANY, X86_MODEL_ANY, x }
653
654#define X86_VENDOR_ANY 0xffff
655#define X86_FAMILY_ANY 0
656#define X86_MODEL_ANY 0
657#define X86_FEATURE_ANY 0 /* Same as FPU, you can't test for that */
658
659/*
660 * Generic table type for matching CPU features.
661 * @feature: the bit number of the feature (0 - 65535)
662 */
663
664struct cpu_feature {
665 __u16 feature;
666};
667
668#define IPACK_ANY_FORMAT 0xff
669#define IPACK_ANY_ID (~0)
670struct ipack_device_id {
671 __u8 format; /* Format version or IPACK_ANY_ID */
672 __u32 vendor; /* Vendor ID or IPACK_ANY_ID */
673 __u32 device; /* Device ID or IPACK_ANY_ID */
674};
675
676#define MEI_CL_MODULE_PREFIX "mei:"
677#define MEI_CL_NAME_SIZE 32
678#define MEI_CL_VERSION_ANY 0xff
679
680/**
681 * struct mei_cl_device_id - MEI client device identifier
682 * @name: helper name
683 * @uuid: client uuid
684 * @version: client protocol version
685 * @driver_info: information used by the driver.
686 *
687 * identifies mei client device by uuid and name
688 */
689struct mei_cl_device_id {
690 char name[MEI_CL_NAME_SIZE];
691 uuid_le uuid;
692 __u8 version;
693 kernel_ulong_t driver_info;
694};
695
696/* RapidIO */
697
698#define RIO_ANY_ID 0xffff
699
700/**
701 * struct rio_device_id - RIO device identifier
702 * @did: RapidIO device ID
703 * @vid: RapidIO vendor ID
704 * @asm_did: RapidIO assembly device ID
705 * @asm_vid: RapidIO assembly vendor ID
706 *
707 * Identifies a RapidIO device based on both the device/vendor IDs and
708 * the assembly device/vendor IDs.
709 */
710struct rio_device_id {
711 __u16 did, vid;
712 __u16 asm_did, asm_vid;
713};
714
715struct mcb_device_id {
716 __u16 device;
717 kernel_ulong_t driver_data;
718};
719
720struct ulpi_device_id {
721 __u16 vendor;
722 __u16 product;
723 kernel_ulong_t driver_data;
724};
725
726/**
727 * struct fsl_mc_device_id - MC object device identifier
728 * @vendor: vendor ID
729 * @obj_type: MC object type
730 *
731 * Type of entries in the "device Id" table for MC object devices supported by
732 * a MC object device driver. The last entry of the table has vendor set to 0x0
733 */
734struct fsl_mc_device_id {
735 __u16 vendor;
736 const char obj_type[16];
737};
738
739/**
740 * struct tb_service_id - Thunderbolt service identifiers
741 * @match_flags: Flags used to match the structure
742 * @protocol_key: Protocol key the service supports
743 * @protocol_id: Protocol id the service supports
744 * @protocol_version: Version of the protocol
745 * @protocol_revision: Revision of the protocol software
746 * @driver_data: Driver specific data
747 *
748 * Thunderbolt XDomain services are exposed as devices where each device
749 * carries the protocol information the service supports. Thunderbolt
750 * XDomain service drivers match against that information.
751 */
752struct tb_service_id {
753 __u32 match_flags;
754 char protocol_key[8 + 1];
755 __u32 protocol_id;
756 __u32 protocol_version;
757 __u32 protocol_revision;
758 kernel_ulong_t driver_data;
759};
760
761#define TBSVC_MATCH_PROTOCOL_KEY 0x0001
762#define TBSVC_MATCH_PROTOCOL_ID 0x0002
763#define TBSVC_MATCH_PROTOCOL_VERSION 0x0004
764#define TBSVC_MATCH_PROTOCOL_REVISION 0x0008
765
766/* USB Type-C Alternate Modes */
767
768#define TYPEC_ANY_MODE 0x7
769
770/**
771 * struct typec_device_id - USB Type-C alternate mode identifiers
772 * @svid: Standard or Vendor ID
773 * @mode: Mode index
774 * @driver_data: Driver specific data
775 */
776struct typec_device_id {
777 __u16 svid;
778 __u8 mode;
779 kernel_ulong_t driver_data;
780};
781
782/**
783 * struct tee_client_device_id - tee based device identifier
784 * @uuid: For TEE based client devices we use the device uuid as
785 * the identifier.
786 */
787struct tee_client_device_id {
788 uuid_t uuid;
789};
790
791/* WMI */
792
793#define WMI_MODULE_PREFIX "wmi:"
794
795/**
796 * struct wmi_device_id - WMI device identifier
797 * @guid_string: 36 char string of the form fa50ff2b-f2e8-45de-83fa-65417f2f49ba
798 */
799struct wmi_device_id {
800 const char guid_string[UUID_STRING_LEN+1];
801};
802
803#endif /* LINUX_MOD_DEVICETABLE_H */
804