ATSAM3X8E DUE: Is possible to read/write eMMC in Linux?

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In a time of social isolation because Covid19 I decided to learn Arduino and microcontrollers.

I bought one Jlink V8 (CN) AT91sam7s64, Arduino UNO and Arduino DUE, all are here with me now.

My experience is in Android repairing and software updates, to help my work I use some box just like JTAG and ISP for boot repair. 

Most common is soldering CLK, CMD and Dat0, 1.8V-3.3V to connect to eMMC, sometimes need to remove the chip from the board and read in the proper socket.

With this experience, I read/write eMMC with SD card reader 1bit (no CS or SS) direct in the USB port (Linux).

 

The problem is my Jtag box don't work in Linux (I don't have drivers). My aims is to do this work in Linux 

The problem is how to convert or use a Hardware to connect SD card or eMMC (SPI) with these tools I have. 

Can anyone support me?

 

 

Thanks in advantage.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Your title, question and picture don’t make sense. What has jtag got to do with the due? The due works under linux. What does jtag have to do with emmc?