I read some of you got some mods to put in that init.d directory, but I am quite sure the default installation has no such facilities to run init.d scripts. If you really need to do it, you'll need another version of busybox that supports the run-parts applet. Still you have to modify your init.rc to add the run-parts snippet. And IIRC, the stuff inside the init.d directory from the default installation can wreck havoc to your installation. So be careful when you plan touch that.
EDIT: Indeed there's run-part that comes with the default installation - but you still have to mod the init.rc scripts.
Great. That means I have to read a good git book on how to do diff properly, and then make a 2.1 build
Edited by ipaq3870, 16 May 2012 - 11:36 AM.