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The advantage of the e MMC version is that once it is written to the e MMC (which takes about 5–25 minutes) the BBB will boot in about 10 seconds from then on, and the micro-SD card slot will remain available for additional removable storage.
For the remaining steps, the e MMC flasher image is chosen and Windows is used as the desktop operating system.
If you are not familiar with Linux then please ignore this section—it is here for reference.
Here are the steps required to create the SD card image under Linux:where BBB*is the full name of the image file—use the Tab key to autocomplete. It should take 5 to 10 minutes for this write to complete.
To display both the kernel version and your system's architecture (32-bit or 64-bit), type: ) and the second item tells you the architecture (in this example, the system is 64-bit).
The kernel displayed is the one currently being used to operate your Droplet.
The easiest way to find out whether your Droplet natively uses internal kernels or whether it must leverage the Grub Loader kernel is to check in the Digital Ocean control panel.Select one of the resulting kernels and click the Change button: Next, log into your Droplet as root or a When the Droplet is powered down, return to the control panel.Click on the Power menu item on the Droplet's page: On the next page, click the Power On button: Your Droplet should now boot, using the new Grub Loader kernel.Digital Ocean uses two different methods of managing kernels depending on the operating system and when the Droplet was created.In the past, kernels for Digital Ocean Droplets were managed of the Droplets themselves inside the Digital Ocean control panel.