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Old 07-14-2013, 06:14 AM   #31
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Users who want slackware64 with multilib out of the box can use mk-slack64-multilib (sample usage) to create their own slackware64/multilib iso/dvd. compat32pkg and multilibpkg are automatically included into the iso so that, multilib maintenance is as easier as possible. I have planned to update mk-slack64-multilib to include slackpkg+ into slackware64/multilib iso as an alternative (and more obviously) to compat32pkg/multilibpkg.




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