Resolved Ureadahead liquorix using Ubuntu/BigLinux.
bigbruno
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Solution applied in the Linux kernel-image-2.6.36-1.dmz.1-liquorix

1 - Apply the patch github.com/andrewthomas/kernelPatches/raw/master/ureadahead/2.6.36-gentoo_trace_events.patch
(Http://forums.gentoo.org/viewtopic-p-6487435.html?sid=079eb58015e43df8a3166eaa78dc645e)

2 - Go to "Kernel Hacking" and enable "Tracers (FTRACE)", in that sub-category, enable "Trace process context switches and events". Also make sure "Debug Filesystem" is enabled.

3 - Make and use :)

The result is quicker boot of all time (In my PC)

Grub to KDE completely loaded:
Liquorix without ureadahead: 43 Seconds.
Ubuntu kernel ureadahead: 32 Seconds.
Liquorix with ureadahead: 22 Seconds.
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damentz
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I applied the patch to zen: git.zen-kernel.org/zen-stable/commit/?h=ureadahead&id=b4b994f7cee59990fa429bb65be6378a8dd87776

Should be in liquorix shortly :).
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Kamek
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Did this make it in yet? If not where can we go to see info about what got put in to the latest release?
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damentz
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There is a changelog file included with each package of the liquorix kernel for Debian. However, since I make all the changes to source code at zen-kernel.org, you can read what's new in the master branch of zen-stable here: git.zen-kernel.org/zen-stable/log/

Those changes will appear in liquorix when I feel that they're appropriate and big enough change.
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Kamek
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Awesome thanks man. Keep up the good work.
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