My hard drive failed. I am working on getting my development computer back to where it was. I had a backup of most of my project files like .dts, .dtsi, u-boot 2019.04 config and kernel 4.19.106 config. I keep a copy of the cross-compiler, u-boot and BB-DT tarballs, but I didn’t expect I needed to keep a copy of your git repository or the linux kernel because I thought I would be able to re-clone your repository. I had created instructions which referred to your BeagleBone Black - Linux on ARM - eewiki instructions, to the Linux Kernel Mainline section. I had previously cloned and checked out am33x.4.19x which contained 4.19.106-bone49 scripts. After running the scripts, I ended up with linux kernel 4.19.106-bone49 and that is what is running on my project board.
I notice today that am33x.4.19x contains 4.19.165-bone59. I am guessing that the .165 script will download the 4.19.165 kernel source files.
Can I use the 4.19.106 kernel config file with the 4.19.165 menuconfig?
Would I be better off using the 4.19.106-bone49?
If yes, where can I git the 4.19.106-bone49?
When the build_kernel.sh runs, does it clone the linux git repository or just download the kernel source files that the 4.19.x needs?