Kernel headers availability for latest upgrade

I may remember it wrong but the last digits of the kernel went from 108 to 110 today and one upgrade was held back.

The kernel headers are also a kernel module…

sudo modprobe kheaders
rm -rf $HOME/headers
mkdir -p $HOME/headers
tar -xvf /sys/kernel/kheaders.tar.xz -C $HOME/headers > /dev/null
cd my-kernel-module
make -C $HOME/headers M=$(pwd) modules
sudo rmmod kheaders



Before I try to rebuild, I must note that

ls /usr/src/

is what I get right now and

sudo modprobe kheaders

returns nothing at present.

headers don’t upgrade, just remove and install the newest…

Or just use kheaders:

It just makes the kheaders available…

voodoo@bbai64-02:~$ sudo modprobe kheaders
voodoo@bbai64-02:~$ file /sys/kernel/kheaders.tar.xz 
/sys/kernel/kheaders.tar.xz: XZ compressed data, checksum CRC64


So I should remove /usr/src/linux-headers-5.10.168-ti-arm64-r108 as well?