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TB Not booting after kernel recompiling
> I don't blame anything

I know, no hard feelings.

> any PC will compile. But, in conclusion, the PC need to have a debian (or derived) or working in a virtual environment (docker, VB, qemu, vmware) with the same first condition.

Actually you need exactly Ubuntu 18.04, but thanks to Docker you can compile it virtually on any Linux without much overhead. I do it on Debian Buster for instance.
Armbian. Lightweight Debian Stretch or Ubuntu Bionic for Tinker Board.

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