Originally Posted by leapinlar
Did you set the permissions for the script file to execute. And you can just as easily put the script in /data/local/userinit.d. That is automatically loaded by init.d (see the 90 script in init.d). That way you do not need to edit each time you flash an updated ROM.
Edit: But maybe Carbon does not have that 90 script? If it doesn't that would explain why my script did not work.
Sent from my Nook HD+ running CM10.1 on emmc.
I don't think so. As a matter of fact, I went through all 3 available Carbon Roms today and each was worse than the last when it came to this. I noticed that in each rom, (Unnofficial-Custom, Xperia, and Unofficial-Basic) init.d behaves differently - in basic, it accepted the file without problem, whereas in Xperia, the file needed scriptmanager to function. Unofficial Custom however, downright neglected it and kept me in a bootloop, which is where I am now.
I don't think it has anything to do with the rom itself, however. I believe that, for some strange reason, each time I've used my CWM SD card, the HD+ has been using up its resources to the point where the Nook itself won't boot CWM anymore, as if wiping Data, Data/Media, and Cache haven't cleaned up the necessary files to start fresh. That's another topic, though.