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    It looks as though you haven't added the rm binary from binkit to you bin folder on your phone. You also need to set its permission to 0755 or chmod +x rm

    XXXXXXXX-Macbook-Pro:~ XXXXXXXX ssh -l root 10.0.1.5
    cd /Applications
    rm -r Iroot@10.0.1.5's password:
    Permission denied, please try again.

    root@10.0.1.5's password:
    -sh-3.2# rm -r Installer.app
    -sh: rm: command not found
    -sh-3.2#
    Not sure what you were doing in the bold lines. Looks like you didn't wait for the connections and started to go at it. If that was the case, slow down or you will eventually pooch your phone.
    Last edited by jasonsmith; 08-20-2007 at 08:21 PM.


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    i can't use rm either.... looks like there's no rm executable in the ssh kit (at least not in the one i installed...) what ssh kit should i install? can i just ad a rm executable from somewhere?

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    There is. The problem you are facing is that your PATH environment variable is not correctly setup. If you type /bin/rm, it will run the program. I am not sure how to setup the profile on a "sh" shell, but on bash just run the following command to setup your path. You only need to run the command below once.



    echo "export PATH=/bin:/usr/bin:/sbin:/usr/sbin:." >> /var/root/.bash_profile



    Assuming you are root, just run the following command to correct the PATH when you log on:


    /var/root/.bash_profile


    Then you will be able to just type "rm App.app" and it'll find rm.

    GL
    Last edited by phattie; 08-20-2007 at 11:43 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikaella View Post
    i can't use rm either.... looks like there's no rm executable in the ssh kit (at least not in the one i installed...) what ssh kit should i install? can i just ad a rm executable from somewhere?
    Initially didn't work for me. Until I installed binkit. Now rm works like a charm as iPhoneManiac has detailed.

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    The easiest (and the fastest) way for me to remove it was to restore the phone!
    Fast, easy, clean. After that just install again what you need. Took less than 20 min. ;-)


 

 
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