[SOLVED] Any problem running the 64-bit mkinitrd to make the init RAM disk for 32-bit Slack?
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i think there are no differences between version (32-64), in terms of initrd; but you must have the x86 kernel modules installed, or you'll make a initrd with 64 bit compiled modules and a x86 kernel won't be able to use them