im getting random shut downs, two in the last 3 days, where when its sleeping, it shuts right down. pressing the power button wont power it up either. i have to hold the power button for a good 30 seconds, then let go, then next time i press the power button it will boot as normal. anyone else?
I would say, this is linked to the sensitivity setting in Settings/Display. So there really is no need to circumvent the current method. Would just be another script running from init.d. You'll probably have to check in a decompiled Settings.apk and see if there's a default. I remember seeing this somewhere in the 501 ICS.
/sys is not writable by anything but the kernel
The kernel publishes compile options and runtime values through /sys. It would be a security risk if anything else could modify /sys.
/sys is not persistant and is not really a filesystem in a traditional sense, but a read only database accessed by filesystem methods
If you don't see something you expect then look at you kernel compile options and what modules you may need to load
Different kernels support dfferent features and this is reflected in /sys.
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