Flashing Compiled Kernel

I have compiled the latest debian kernel using instructions I found on another post:

`

git clone git:``//[github.com/RobertCNelson/linux-dev.git](http://github.com/RobertCNelson/linux-dev.git)
cd linux-dev/
git checkout origin/am33x-v3.8 -b tmp``

./build_kernel.sh

`

The build is complete. I can’t figure out how or which file I need to use to flash it to the eMMC. If I try to run ./tools/install_kernel.sh it tells me “Please update MMC variable in system.sh”, which I did: “MMC=/dev/mmcblk1”
mmcblk1 corresponds to my emmc. Any thoughts?

This (install_kernel.sh)was not working for me too…

I simply copied the compiled modules from the NFS server to the appropiate directories with winscp and rebooted the rig…
Works fine now.

Come on guys! Is the "eMMC" local to the install script, no... Aka unless
the install script is physcally "running" on the beaglebone?? Then, duh,
there is NO way for the "./tools/install_kernel.sh" to flash the eMMC..

Copy the zImage/modules/dtbs yourself to the eMMC and install them in the
appropriate place..

/boot/uboot/zImage
/boot/uboot/dtbs/

/lib/modules/

Regards,

Osmosis ?