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It would depend on the device you are using. I mean, if you are not using the same device mentioned in the thread you posted, your process might be different.
The first step you should take is to look for the device's driver for Linux and check if it is compatible with Edison's kernel, which as you mentioned is 3.10.98 in the current image.
Once you found whether the image is compatible with Edison's kernel or not, you have to check how it can be installed. If it can be simply installed on the OS or if you need to build the image in order to include the driver. As I mentioned, this will vary depending on your device.
If you would like to know how build your custom image and include packages such as drivers, I suggest you to read and understand the following documents:
I hope this information helps you.