Compcache and /etc/init.d support jdlfg, Just to start, I'd like to say your kernel rocks on my Li-Mod ROM. I have one request though. Would it be possible to add in support for /etc/init.d so we can add in our own user scripts to run at boot time? Kind of like they explain here: [KERNEL/RECOVERY] Vibrant EXT2/3/4 OCv4/Stock with init.d support NO WAKE LAG 8/28/10 - xda-developers I don't really care necessarily about the ext2 support they did in theirs (although I suppose down the line I might have a desire for it), but mainly it would be nice to be able to start my own things easily from /system/bin or just run scripts in general. I do love how your kernels are built very light and run really fast, but I also wanted to ask if you wouldn't mind testing out support for the Compcache feature. Another user named Slayher has built a kernel with Compcache and it seems to have benefit to me as it gives me a larger virtual swap memory because when I lock my home launcher in memory, then I can't fit much into other apps and so for example if I am typing a letter on a forum using browser and if I get a call, since the OS can't flush my home launcher out to keep my letter cache from the browser, I get a phone call and it flushes the browser out of memory and I lose my letter. When I was testing Compcache there for a few days, it seemed to help me have more memory so this wouldn't happen. But I switched back to your kernel because it runs insanely smooth and fast. But init.d support and Compcache support would be icing on top. I don't think they would be super hard to implement (but I could be wrong), the Compcache might be more challenging than the init.d support. Anyway, please let me know what you think about these add-ons, and if you might want to mess around with them.