but i want to copy linux kernel image(customized image) so how to copy 
kernel image sd card to emmc by  using windows os?

On Friday, 16 September 2016 17:49:32 UTC+5:30, Dennis Lee Bieber wrote:
> On Thu, 15 Sep 2016 22:09:11 -0700 (PDT), karan_ec via BeagleBoard 
> <beagl...@googlegroups.com <javascript:>> declaimed the 
> following: 
> >actually i have kernel image into sd card and i just want to copy that 
> >image from sd card to emmc memory of beaglebone black by using window os. 
> > 
>         For the most part, Windows is a non-factor... You likely would 
> have to 
> use the same procedure with any host OS -- and that is to, at some stage, 
> login to the BBB via a terminal emulation. 
>         Windows does not recognize Linux type partitions -- so unless your 
> kernel image is just a file copied onto a FAT formatted SD card, Windows 
> will be unable to see the image. Windows has no visibility of the eMMC 
> contents (I believe the images from two years ago did create a small FAT 
> partition that Windows could see, having some u-Boot related stuff and the 
> HTML pages for browser connection; newer images no longer have that). 
>         So... IF the kernel is on a FAT formatted SD card, you could try 
> connecting to the BBB with something like psftp, and doing an FTP PUT to 
> move the file to the BBB. 
>         IF, OTOH, the SD card has a Linux partition on it, you will have 
> to 
> connect to the BBB using a terminal program, install the SD card on the 
> BBB 
> (and if it isn't auto-mounted, mount it), then copy the kernel image to 
> whereever you need. 
>         In both cases, you'll likely have to use the terminal program to 
> perform whatever final set-up is needed to have the BBB OS use that new 
> kernel image. 
>         For example 
> http://kernel-handbook.alioth.debian.org/ch-common-tasks.html#s-common-building
> if the image is in the form of a .deb file 
> -- 
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