zram-init VS init

Compare zram-init vs init and see what are their differences.

zram-init

A wrapper script for the zram linux kernel module with zsh and openrc support (by vaeth)

init

KISS Linux - Init Framework (by kisslinux)
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zram-init init
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zram-init

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init

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  • So, I am thinking of installing kiss.
    2 projects | /r/kisslinux | 24 Dec 2021
    Yes. The init scripts are written so as to be as init-agnostic as possible. See here to see what has specifically been tested. You'll need to either change what owns /sbin/init or, when configuring the kernel, change what executable it spawns as PID 1. Depending on what init you use, you may have to set up a service manager or gettys manually like this -- custom scripts are placed in /etc/rc.d with self-explanatory suffixes .boot, .pre.shutdown, or .post.shutdown.
  • Can i use Kiss normally without eudev and only mdev
    1 project | /r/kisslinux | 4 Mar 2021
    See lines 35-50 for what udev and mdev do during boot.

What are some alternatives?

When comparing zram-init and init you can also consider the following projects:

log2ram - ramlog like for systemd (Put log into a ram folder)

dinit - Service monitoring / "init" system

ramroot - Load root file system to ram during boot.

s6 - The s6 supervision suite.

gentoo_unattented-setup - Automated modular GENTOO linux setup

InitWare - The InitWare Suite of Middleware allows you to manage services and system resources as logical entities called units. Its main component is a service management ("init") system.

portage-bashrc-mv - Provide support for /etc/portage/bashrc.d and /etc/portage/package.cflags for the portage package manager (Gentoo Linux)

initscripts - šŸ“œ Scripts to bring up network interfaces and legacy utilities in Fedora.

hmg - Personal Gentoo/Linux configurations

InitKit - Neo-InitWare is a modular, cross-platform reimplementation of the systemd init system. It is experimental.

auto-zram - Automatically configure zram as swap on a machine, using sensible defaults, with the ability to tweak it to your needs.

community - Officially unofficial KISS community repository, mirror of https://codeberg.org/kiss-community/community

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