As far as I remember, kernel is not located on a Windows-readable
filesystem. Its easy enough to copy kernel when running Linux though.
You must also copy modules directory (in /lib/modules) for the kernel you
want to boot normally.
And maybe change some uEnv variables.
Den fredag 16 september 2016 kl. 07:19:52 UTC+2 skrev kara...@yahoo.com:
> how to copy sd card kernel image into emmc memory of beaglebone black by
> uisng windows os?
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