Install new kernel in PowerPC debian

I assembled a new kernel photo on x86 making use of cross compiler with these commands (source):

$ cp arch/powerpc/configs/pmac32_defconfig .config
$ make ARCH=powerpc menuconfig
$ make ARCH=powerpc CROSS_COMPILE=pwoerpc-750-linux-gnu- 

Now, I intend to install this new photo on a debian - powerpc. Debian - powerpc makes use of quik as the default bootloader. Just how do I do that?

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2019-05-13 03:43:57
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Do you have a Debian up and also running currently on the system? If so, you can replicate the existing config from /boot/config-<kernel version> to your kernel resource directory site and also make use of that as a beginning factor. You can open that with make xconfig and also modify it to match your demands.

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2019-12-05 02:58:53
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