嵌入式 Change U-Boot_bootdelay_setting（进入uboot的方法）
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Halt U-Boot from automatically booting the processor by startingthe system while pressing
The "bootdelay" variable in U-Boot indicates how long U-Boot willwait before it begins booting the system into Linux. Usually, yousee it set to 'bootdelay=3' or 'bootdelay=5'; which will give theuser 3 (or 5) seconds to type any key and stop the system frombooting. The main reason to stop the system from booting is tochange the arguments U-Boot passes to the Linux kernel during boot;for example, changing the 'bootargs' U-Boot variable so that theroot file system uses an NFS directory as opposed to a hard discdrive.
Occasionally, though, someone may set 'bootdelay=0'. This wouldprevent anyone from interrupting the boot process and changing theU-Boot configuration. While this may be advantageous in aproduction system (i.e., saves 3 seconds on system boot), it can bebothersome during development.
If this happens, and you want to regain access to U-Bootconfiguration, try using ctrl-C.
When U-Boot starts, even if "bootdelay=0", it still checks forctrl-C, so there still is a possibility of it halting.
Other options are to reload the U-Boot program using an externalemulator, such as Code Composer Studio. This would, in effect,force U-Boot back to its default settings. But, if you're justneeding to halt boot, the ctrl-C option will be much easier.