Originally Posted by kurotsugi
ah...thats it. you don't have system folder in working_xxx folder. if you have cwm, make a backup of your rom, copy system.rfs.tar to your computer, extract the file, then put whole system folder into working_xxx.
I tried your method and that's probably the best way to make it work.
But I found a way around. What I did is extract my boot.img with the 'a' option (no need for system folder), rename the folder where boot.img has been extracted to BOOT-EXTRACTED, modify init.rc and build a new boot.img with 'b' option. Maybe not as clean as your method, but it's a newbie way
I then installed the new boot.img and I checked that the init.rc file in my root was the modified one (which was the case). However, it seems that init.d support is not working as the scripts installed in the init.d folder didn't execute. Is it due to my noob method? Should I try your method instead?
Thanks a lot for helping me in my first steps in the Android world.