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How to install own kernel


Can someone tell me step by step how to install a new kernel in Debian.
I know how to do it in Slackware but it seems to be a little different in 
My /usr/include directory is full of subdirs, I usually set the 
/usr/include/linux as a link to
point to my kernelsource but it's a bit difficult when it is a subdir already.

I want to install kernel 2.0.29 can I just download it from sunsite and 
install it ...
I've understand that you can make an own kernel-image.deb (does I have to)?

Thanks in advance/

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