Fu I tried installing this on Stock+ with Paul's new #15 kernel, but had some trouble getting it to install and couldn't see any of the new files.
I think the "mount /system" command was failing, so I manually mounted that partition before installing it. Then it installed okay*.
I've also had a rummage through the init.d files to see what it was up to:
doesn't run at all. Fix by removing first 2 characters (dot and space).
is redundant, as it does the same thing in MramLlag
. Does no harm though.
is configured for a specific launcher, so you may want to edit USER_LAUNCHER to match your own. I'm not convinced it actually works, however.
does appear to drop the caches, but I'm not sure I see the benefit on a freshly booted device. Some claim it actually harms performance
has a few trivial errors which can be ignored. There's some overlap with sysctl.conf, but that shouldn't matter.
is totally bogus, and the config file is in the wrong format. The easiest fix is to copy the contents from /system/etc/sysctl.conf.
will enable a swap partition in memory, if your kernel supports it. Type 'free' in the console, or get a suitable app to see it in action.
The other scripts seem okay, but I'll have to use the phone for a while longer to see if there are any benefits/problems...
Edit: *this was with CWM 18.104.22.168
PS: I appreciate this isn't the developer thread, but that's information I discovered.
Edited by Timbones, 21 February 2013 - 08:31 PM.