Is there actually much point in providing generic 'Linux' builds? That label is basically just misleading; it's unlikely to work without tweaking on any distro other than the one for which it was compiled, and if you can do the tweaks you're better off compiling yourself anyway.
Even given the exact distro, "tweaking" for deps will still be necessary, which if there is anybody that is in Linux that doesn't already know this, they will soon learn it.
The fact that it is compiled on 32bit Ubuntu means nothing regarding a 64bit Slackware, other than to heads-up the player that they will likely need to install the 32bit version of the deps -if they encounter problems-. The build output, despite the system environment, is made to be as agnostic as possible, so no, it's not an exclusively 32bit Ubuntu Package, so yes, it can be released generically and IF somebody ACTUALLY encounter an issue, we have the Cross Platform board for them to report non-hypothetical issues on.
And with that, I'd like to see the end of this discussion taking place any further in THIS thread. If you still want to address it, please make a dedicated topic in the Cross Platform board where it properly belongs.