i need help so i have tablet pc rooted and i edit build.prop add some tweaks but i want add scripts to int.d folder do i must have installed kernel or not and how add scripts to stock rom or offical rom just rooted i have ICS 4.0.4
please tell me how add scripts without kernel or any other applications or softwares i just want add scripts for battery,lagfix etc......
I kept pm-utils on my machine for reference to the scripts for a bit. But I put either symlinks or one line scripts in /usr/local/bin rebirecting pm-suspend and such to the appropriate systemd commands.Though, now that I am looking, I really haven't ported any of those scripts from pm-utils to systemd, as I have not seen the need for any of it (yet?)
Finally got round to converting my wipe scripts over to the GS4.
Kernel wipe is very basic (as I don't know of any GS4 kernel-specific files/folders) but the rest are pretty much as per the GS2 (apart from ROM-specific file/folder removal)
All scripts are Beta, so expect a few niggles and bugs, and as always, recommend a CWM backup beforehand.
At the end of the man page for sudo, there's the following remark:
Running shell scripts via sudo can expose the same kernel bugs that
make setuid shell scripts unsafe on some operating systems (if your OS
has a /dev/fd/ directory, setuid shell scripts are generally safe).
Pretty much everything in that paragraph is obscure to me.
I've an urgent issue due to a migration of an application from HP-Unix to Linux.
We have a mass of scripts which are running at a dedicated server on hpunix.
Now we do not know, which further scripts exists on this machine. the idea is, that we crawl through the scripts we already know and identify further scripts which are addressed in those.
Here is a little something I whipped up:It's a CLI browser for user scripts, it allows you to install/remove scripts with ease. Command line is also supported.Included are 2 scripts of mine. I'd like everyone to help adding your scripts to it. Use the included scripts/template.sh to create the template for your script and fill in the details.