How to Update the Custom Compiled Kernel to a New Release Using git
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"In this article I'll explain how you can update your
previously compiled custom kernel to a newer version, if you used
git. This article won't touch an upgrade of kernel 2.6.27 to
"The base of this article is that you already compiled a your
own kernel with git using my previous article.
"A lot of the steps are similar to my previous article but there
are a few extra steps and liek I mentioned earlier I also explain
how to handle the situation where the Ubuntu git repository is
already in the next development cycle."
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