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24th March 2014, 03:24 PM |#11  
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init.d triggered through the rom not the kernel, and it supports python scripts aswell

Hi
I didn't understand this answer...
This solution also relies on init.d. Apart from python interpreting, what's the thing that makes it more robust aganist init.d scripts?
If a Rom (it's kernel) does not or only via 3rd part apps supports init.d, there could be problems the same.
 
 
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Hi
I didn't understand this answer...
This solution also relies on init.d. Apart from python interpreting, what's the thing that makes it more robust aganist init.d scripts?
If a Rom (it's kernel) does not or only via 3rd part apps supports init.d, there could be problems the same.

what do you mean?
this doesnt rely on init.d, it is init.d.
this makes your device run init.d scripts WITHOUT the need to modify the kernel unlike some previous methods... but the scripts are called from /system/etc/startup/
the python script support is a featured currently in progress(from what i read)
24th March 2014, 10:21 PM |#13  
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what do you mean?
this doesnt rely on init.d, it is init.d.
this makes your device run init.d scripts WITHOUT the need to modify the kernel unlike some previous methods... but the scripts are called from /system/etc/startup/
the python script support is a featured currently in progress(from what i read)

It does rely on init.d to call the "bse" binary, but I'm looking for an alternative method.

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25th March 2014, 09:32 AM |#14  
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what do you mean?
this doesnt rely on init.d, it is init.d.
this makes your device run init.d scripts WITHOUT the need to modify the kernel unlike some previous methods... but the scripts are called from /system/etc/startup/
the python script support is a featured currently in progress(from what i read)

Mhhh...
I'm not so expert, but I saw some metods using /etc/install_recovery.sh to call (another script that calls) run-parts to execute all /etc/init.d scripts, don't know if it's a way to make init.d work despite kernel not supporting it...
This one uses init.d itself to call bse executable so... well if init.d is no way supported it won't work?
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Mhhh...
I'm not so expert, but I saw some metods using /etc/install_recovery.sh to call (another script that calls) run-parts to execute all /etc/init.d scripts, don't know if it's a way to make init.d work despite kernel not supporting it...
This one uses init.d itself to call bse executable so... well if init.d is no way supported it won't work?

justarchi has an init.d method where he calls the scripts from debuggerd!
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