With just a button click, the app will verify whether is there init.d support or not! Do I have init.d support?: Well, here is a way to test: 1. Download the file from here: Attachment 2. Extract the file, you will get a file named 00test. DO NOT flash! 3. Paste it into /etc/init.d. If there is no init.d folder, most [MOD][ZIP][UNIVERSAL] Universal init.d supor. This tweak was originally developed by lpy at XDA, here's the link to his thread. dkrltos.tk?t= Honestly been too preoccupied to update the op, my bad guys. Thank lpy before you thank me, and you can always use the original script to tweak however you like. Test the Script and Install with update-rc.d. You should now be able to run /etc/init.d/mouselogger - but first, make sure that /home/pi/dkrltos.tk isn't already running. If you have it open in a terminal, you can type Ctrl-c to kill the process. Otherwise, use ps aux | grep dkrltos.tk to see if it has a running process. If you're following along at home, there's a good chance you don't want to mess around with my entire mouse logging project right now, so I'll write a quick Python . If a file in /etc/rc*.d/ starts with K, it will be invoked by the init system with [name of script] stop (K is for kill), and if it starts with S, it will be invoked with [name of. The app includes the dkrltos.tk so cdebootstrap fully verifies the packages it downloads from the beginning. It calls /etc/init.d/rc 2 on boot and /etc/init.d 0 on shutdown to provide boot integration. This was tested on a Vodafone (a re-branded HuaWei u / Joy / Ascend). First, the phone. It is certainly true that the intruder encountered some difficulties: he downloads two distinct hacking tools, changes their permissions several times, restarts This provides evidence of tampering with the services (in /etc/init.d and in /etc/rc.d), with crontab, with the history file of mysql, and a couple of files in. cloudsql-service - A simple setup and LSB init script for running Google Cloud SQL Proxy on Debian/Ubuntu. Clone this repo (or download the archive). $ git clone CREDENTIAL_FILE=/full/path/to/your/dkrltos.tk Note: The dkrltos.tk file is actually a Bash-formatted script, sourced by init.d/cloudsql. Hack away! Yes i've tried to format sd card, re download rootfs and home_v and dkrltos.tk in those sd card, but it seems doesnt work at all i dont know why. . Another way of getting around the issue (although this is more of a hack than a solution) is to introduce a delay into /etc/init.d/S20yi-hack-v3. LiveBoot is a boot animation that shows you logcat and dmesg outputs on-screen as they happen. Output configuration includes logcat level, buffer and format selection; whether to show dmesg; the amount of lines that should fit on your screen, whether word-wrap should be employed, and if output should be color-coded. USB Network Hack; Connecting to the Kindle; Changing the "sleep settings" to keep the Kindle awake; Cron setting (optional) . which starts /mnt/base-us/extensions/onlinescreensaver/bin/dkrltos.tk as a background process or you can create your own startup script in /etc/init.d or you can create a.