I have read many answers on this board and other blogs which reference /opt/scripts/tools/, lastly researching imaging of eMMC back to SD (/opt/scripts/tools/eMMC/beaglebone-black-make-microSD-flasher-from-eMMC.sh)
I did read one post here which had the same question as well as a question about version.sh but he answered his own version.sh, but the /opt/scripts/tools/ part of the question was never answered.
Is there a different folder? I did search for /Tools/ but got nothing
TY for answer.
You mention the folder has been removed and replaced by packaged files. Is there any place which mentions where these files are, the names of them and the purpose of them?
Again, if I wanted to find the ‘package’ which copies eMMC to SD, what would I look for/ where would I look?
I successfully made backup of running Debian 11 to SD card and I’m also able to automatically flash eMMC from this card.
But after the flash is complete, the BB doesn’t shutdown (as with official image), but it just reboots and boot from SD card (instead of eMMC).
Is there any way how to change it?
Remove the microSD… By default u-boot will scan the microSD before the eMMC, if it finds 1 of 4 files, (/boot.scr, /uEnv.txt, /boot/boot.scr, or /boot/uEnv.txt) it’ll run and load the files from microSD…
Then I uncommented the last line in /boot/uEnv.txt on micro SD on PC.
Then I put microSD card to another new BB, hold S2 button and connect power supply (mini USB). The BB boots from SD and flash automatically the image to eMMC. But after flash it reboots instead of shutdown.
Here is the log from boot and flash using S2 button:
Yes, flashing works fine
Thanks for the support, I will look forward for the patch. It’s not big deal for me, but when I will have “less PC friendly” man who will prepare the BB for production, it’s harder to explain it