Originally Posted by DooMLoRD
it makes things easy for all users... if u want more control over things & if u want to lock system in RO mode just save the following as a file in /system/etc/init.d/
/sbin/busybox mount -o remount,ro /system
It makes things significantly more difficult for me.
using init.d sucks supposed to use services. (Don't even have the mandatory start / stop / restart implimented if its done like it).
Don't get me wrong I am pleased though you released this (I never managed to extract the stock kernel from kernel.sin properly before).
Anyone wants stock (insecure/debuggable) kernel.
No hacks no other changes. (If you need to install superuser / su you can either install the zip from chainsdd's site from the freexperia recovery or install it manually over adb or via flashtool)
Probably want to install your own busybox as well as the one provided by SE is highly crippled. (push it to /system/xbin and then /system/xbin/busybox --install -s /system/xbin)
(The sdcard tweaks make my sdcard perform worse. / other tweaks I don't understand enough about to know whether they are good or bad). This feels smoother than the forest kernel I was using.