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I have a board with arm process which runs linux version 2.6. Sometimes i am able to see the menuconfig window when i boot sometimes not. I think i do not know the way to menuconfig. Please help me !

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I have a board with arm process which runs linux version 2.6. I want to go to menuconfig window during the boot process.
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When you say menuconfig, do you mean "make menuconfig"?
As in, are you trying to compile the kernel?
This doesn't happen during the boot process, so perhaps I'm misunderstanding

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do yo uknow which boot loader it use ?
if so you should edit the time out parameter

in grub for example its :
timeout            3
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