When I follow the instructions from the TID below, it states to use the
following command to return the file back to how it was. I'm going in
and adding about 15 characters to the prompt.s and adding a file to the
bin directory within this file. the other file size is the same as the
prompt.s. When I do the following command, and then gzip -9 initrd >
initrd.gz the file never does compress down to its original size or
within a couple of K. I hate what they've done to this file now. I
wished you could still mount it like the old one.

Either file is to big and I can't get it to load, or if it does load, I
get a kernel panic error. Any suggestions?

find . | cpio -o -H newc > initrd

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