A question about the auto task managment script

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    I notice that the alarm clock is auto killed by pete's script in BB

    Then it immediately automatically opens back up.

    I use the phone is my alarm, what benefit does the script hold in auto killing this process all the time since it just opens back up?

    personally I find it distracting that the little alarm clock keeps disappearing and re-appearing.

    Where are these commands located now that there isn't a pete file anymore?
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    bump
    anyone?

    Also I posted in the tech forum inquiring about where to find process names so I can add my own commands to this script to kill some of the apps I've installed that also stay open...
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    They're listed in /etc/install-recovery.sh
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    Right yes, I know where the script is, I meant the names of applications on my phone that I want to add to the script. I found a solution at AndroLib. It gives you the process names and I'm working on adding a few things to the script to see how well that works.

    I've also noticed that the script includes far fewer apps in the killall commands than the previous "pete" script.