Until Roger adds it to the next version of Vestinious, here's how to get swap working automatically at startup. The answer is to kick off the /usrinit.sh script from within the /init.rc. Both are in the root directory on the M001. (NOTE: If you're using Windows, get Notepad++ to edit the file as *nix systems like unix, linux and android can get upset by the invisible characters many Windows editors leave in text files.) Notepad++ | Download Notepad++ software for free at SourceForge.netRight down the bottom of the file, after it starts the telnetd service, I added:service usrinit /system/bin/sh /usrinit.shuser rootgroup rootoneshotThis makes the init process run the usrinit.sh....and usrinit.sh is the script that defines the swap and turns it on. I saved the init.rc and rebooted and swap was active on startup.