You will need to install the 'devx_410.sfs' file also (C/C++ compiler support), as explained here:
Then download the patched kernel source from here:
and expand it at /usr/src/linux-184.108.40.206.
...also download everything else.
Then follow the instructions given in the .txt files.
After compiling your new kernel, you can test it in the full installation.
To build a new Puppy with your kernel, you need Puppy Unleashed:
Instructions are at:
In puppy-unleashed/kernels directory you will find '220.127.116.11' and '18.104.22.168' directories. In the latter, substitute your new 'vmlinuz' and kernel modules.
If you are moving up to the 2.6.26.x kernel, make a copy of the '22.214.171.124' with the appropriate new version number, and make appropriate substitutions inside (kernel, modules, and replace DOTconfig-K126.96.36.199, and rename firmware.dep.188.8.131.52).
For compiling the 2.6.26 kernel, kirk, MU and others have posted some instructions:
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