Thread: K5 KM Shortcut on boot
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Old 11-01-2013, 06:45 AM   #8
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Aditya: unless you check manually software updates codes every time, I don't recommend you to add an upstart job... if any script loaded from it got seriously bugged, maybe you could risk to brick your device. Moreover, when the framework restarts you will lose again some mods, so this wouldn't solve all the problems in any case. In my opinion, the best thing is to create a comprehensive, simple bash script to launch from kual when needed, that initializes all the stuff you need
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