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  • Posts: 756 bash didn't recognize command "menuconfig"

  • I saved out my original running kernel (a provision which has saved me repeatedly over the years) and issued the immortal make menuconfig command.

    Kernel dreams and compilation nightmares

  • So another boot from the lived, and a rerunning of genkernel --menuconfig all where the SATA drivers were inside the kernel resulted in a bootable system.

    Archive 2004-11-24

  • If you disagree, and change something, it will usually be ok. make menuconfig

  • I'm finding that the device is not recognized even though I have PCIe hotplug enabled in the "make menuconfig" option.

  • I get the distinct impression that I need to review my use of make menuconfig as I am unable to get the analog support to work correctly.

    Ubuntu Forums

  • Xconfig is much more newbie-friendly than menuconfig.

  • I know it's pointing to the correct files and gcc as any wrong paths are reported in make menuconfig.

  • To do so I've set up build root to point to my working tool chain in the menuconfig.

  • I am interested in kernel configuration and compilation, so I have executed ltib and menuconfig, but I am not sure to understand what is the difference between Linux Target Image Builder and the Menuconfig tool?


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