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[MOD] Architect_Edition : * Set your kernel without application * and more *[SCRIPTS]

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By NorthLight, Senior Member on 30th December 2013, 02:47 AM
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2nd January 2014, 02:51 PM |#21  
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What is the point to this compared to trickster mod, kernel tuner, set cpu etc etc??

The same for basic modifications without app.
That mean if you are using scripts in folder init.d, system doesn't open an app for apply modification at boot
 
 
2nd January 2014, 04:21 PM |#22  
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The same for basic modifications without app.
That mean if you are using scripts in folder init.d, system doesn't open an app for apply modification at boot

hmm ok just seems like an app would be easier to run/tweak/etc but i understand what you are saying
2nd January 2014, 07:25 PM |#23  
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so if this is like an app besides it being script what sets this apart from an app like setcpu the gov's??

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What is the point to this compared to trickster mod, kernel tuner, set cpu etc etc??

In my opinion the most significant difference is that these are scripts, which makes them "open source". You can examine the code to see if it is safe and you can customize it if you wish. Anything you use at the root level should be either open source or written by someone who has acquired public trust (i.e. not the NSA .

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2nd January 2014, 08:07 PM |#24  
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In my opinion the most significant difference is that these are scripts, which makes them "open source". You can examine the code to see if it is safe and you can customize it if you wish. Anything you use at the root level should be either open source or written by someone who has acquired public trust (i.e. not the NSA .

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Lots of guys that make kernels though have their kernels as open source too and can look at or customize as well
4th January 2014, 12:17 PM |#25  
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