Christopher Rawnsley rawprawns at gmail.com
Tue Mar 18 13:28:50 PDT 2008

I came across this today:

"eINIT is a replacement for /sbin/init -- the programme that is  
responsible for booting your computer -- that is all about not wasting  
resources; that's not wasting CPU cycles, but also not wasting RAM  
either, which should make eINIT very well suited for embedded  
applications. However, that's not to say eINIT wouldn't work fine (and  
swiftly) on regular desktops, laptops or servers."
  -- http://einit.org/node/63

Thought someone might be interested. It's licensed under the 3-clause  
BSD and could even make a good GSoC project.


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