thanks to mephistopheles, who hinted me to yad, a tool for lazy untalented people like me, who don't really know much about programming, but prefer to go the easy way of just designing a nice interface for the show-off effect and having a few buttons executing the scripts, i finally made it possible:
--> KernelTool 0.1 is here! it let's you switch between 3 different kernel schedulers by just pressing the button and it also includes kernel updater, exact the same as seen in my snapshot-linux distro.
this tool will be included in the next version of snapshot-linux as well, and if i have motivation to continue developping, i might do so! therefore, again, i rely on your feedback. i have tested this only on my pc (and won't bother testing on my notebook, it just should work).
you need to have yad installed, which is afaik default in most linux distros.
Konsole or terminal and
sudo apt-get install yad
and here it is:
just extract the archive in any folder you wish, .sh files should all be come as executable per default, then just run: