The canonical home of the mkknlimg and knlinfo tools is now the Linux tree in the scripts directory. Different branches may contain different versions making external copies such as these likely to be inconsistent with at least one of them, so delete the the copies. See: #58
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May 18, 2016
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The mkknlimg and knlinfo utilities are now found in the scripts directory of the Linux tree, where they are covered by the kernel licence. Note also that the firmware shipped with 4.4 kernels now assumes the kernel is Device Tree-capable unless there is a trailer to say otherwise, meaning that these tools aren't needed for most situations.