> In order to have a "safety belt" I'd like to backup my current kernel
> before upgrading (i.e. "make installkernel") my newly compiled kernel.
> Which files do I need to back up?
> I thought about
> /kernel (file)
> /modules (directory)

Running make installkernel backs up your current /kernel as /kernel.old 
and /modules as /modules.old. The previous *.old is removed, so if you 
want to preserve *these*, you'll need to do it manually.
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