Custom slackpack kernel
Okay, here's what I want to do. I want to compile a kernel, tgz it, and use it for later. Can I compile my own modules and "generic" kernel (like Slackware's 2.6.7 kernel) and make my own slackpacks?
I want to put this kernel in a Slackware ISO -- I already have the ISO made along with the generic 2.6.7 kernel & modules, but of course I have to add initrd.gz to lilo/ Just wondering if I compiled my own kernel with the filesystems compiled into the kernel rather than a module if I could get around the initrd.gz.
Yes, I have compiled my own kernel in the past. I would just rather have something more universal & quick.