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2.6.4-x86_64 compiled in a chroot. And now?

Hi to all members of the list.

I own a amd64 3000+ processor and last week I managed to install a sarge/biarch chroot following the HOWTO tips and tricks and his corrections of Brett Viren (in this mailing list).

Yesterday I finally managed to cross-compile the new 2.6.4 kernel. But now what I must do?
I have the kernel but my whole system is debian-sid i386. I must go with debian i386 +x86_64 kernel?
Or I must boot the sarge chroot (which is in another hd) with the x86_64, and run the debs packages from alioth? (and forget the i386 debian system?).

I'm a bit confused. Any ideas? 

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