How to replace the Kernel on Debian after rebuilding it?


I’m running Debian on a BBB with Kernel 3.8. I’m going to use the Nh5cape for the BBB. So I have followed the tutorial (the section: Build Kernel - Kernel 3.8) to rebuild my kernel with the touchscreen drivers included (Another intention was to replace the kernel-buildin bootlogo. I have replaced the original logo_linux_clut224.ppm with mine).
First I thought that is all to do (because the page doesn’t tell there is anything more to do), but obviously the script of RobertCNelson only puts the recompiled files into the “deploy” dir.
I’m a newbie for Linux and embedded systems. So can you please tell me what I have to do with these files to replace my actual kernel with the new one?

Those files I have there:

  • 3.8.13-bone71.2.zImage
  • 3.8.13-bone71.2-dtbs.tar.gz
  • 3.8.13-bone71.2-firmware.tar.gz
  • 3.8.13-bone71.2-modules.tar.gz
  • config-3.8.13-bone71.2
  • linux-firmware-image-3.8.13-bone71.2_1cross_armhf.deb
  • linux-headers-3.8.13-bone71.2_1cross_armhf.deb
  • linux-image-3.8.13-bone71.2_1cross_armhf.deb
  • linux-libc-dev_1cross_armhf.deb
  • uImage

Thanks in advance!


What version of the rootfs?

cat /etc/dogtag