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To build the kernel, I do

  1. make menuconfig
  2. make
  3. make modules

For step3, where do the files go? What's the location for modules? Can I change it by using any env variables?

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    Try saying make -n modules instead. That would tell what would happen for the given target. Since you've probably compiled the modules already, you might want to clean it up first: make modules clean.
    – devnull
    Apr 9, 2014 at 16:09

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The step 3 will only compile modules. For them to actually go somewhere, you'd have to do make modules_install.

As pointed out in comments, make -n modules_install will show you where they would go. The exact location depents on the version of the kernel you're compiling, the target directory being /lib/modules/<kernel_release>. The version you're building can be found by make kernelrelease.

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