Disabling MioNET

DO NOT rename the mionet.sh script-that's one ugly way to stop mionet, and a failry good
way to 'brick' your book.

Some people suggest killing mionet processes using /etc/init.d/mionet.sh stop after running it. No need to start a kill script after mionet has started, just prevent the mionet.sh script from being called in the first place during boot up.
Just comment out the mionet line in /etc/init.d/post_network_start.sh as follows:

start() {
      if [ ! -e "$POST_NETWORK_STARTED_FILE" ]
        $SCRIPTS_PATH/crond.sh start
#       $SCRIPTS_PATH/mionet.sh start