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    Exclamation MobileTerminal alpha version! One of the first functional native apps!

    Hey, these digg links talk more about it, check them out and please digg them!
    http://digg.com/apple/MobileTerminal...st_native_apps

    http://digg.com/videos/educational/M...irst_real_apps

    Thanks to everyone in #iphone-uikit especially pin,kroo,natetrue,lednerk,darkten,NerveGas and many more.



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    Yeah, and you install it how? What, do you want us to pat you on the back for a job well done when you can't even put in the time to write up a decent install page?

    It looks like great work (except for the vid ), but i'd like to see it for myself.

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    Umm its an app, with the app bundle... there are plenty of tutorials on the dev wiki on how to install apps on your phone...
    I can give a quick rundown I guess...
    Jailbreak
    Put the app bundle in your applications directory...
    Add the app under whatever name to your springboard display preferences...
    Make the app executable(you need ssh or some sort of shell access to do this.)

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    not sure if you have to copy that to /Applications.app/
    then add it to the springboard list, i.e. add the appropriate entry to /System/Library/CoreServices/SpringBoard.app/DisplayOrder.plist, it'll show up on the main menu.
    then change the permissions on the file to make it executable "chmod 777" (or 555)

    I hope that works.
    Last edited by theviolator; 08-02-2007 at 03:05 AM.

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    Great Job. I like to see new devs on the scene Keep it up.

    I have made this sticky so people can find it,and so you will be able to update this one thread with future releases.
    Last edited by JaS; 08-02-2007 at 07:02 AM.


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    This work with the 1.0.1 update ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by thecompkid View Post
    Yeah, and you install it how? What, do you want us to pat you on the back for a job well done when you can't even put in the time to write up a decent install page?

    It looks like great work (except for the vid ), but i'd like to see it for myself.
    umm well if you don't know how to put it on your iPhone then maybe you don't deserve to use it because of such arrogance. These people took the time to write this amazing app and you insult them because they didn't tell you how to install it. Sorry but that is just utter disrespect. Also the video makes perfect to me. I hate to be so negative but when people slave over a hot computer to produce such a nice app, they don't need people insulting them because they didn't write an install guide.

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    Thanks for the reply...
    I posted it more to get the word out, not to get a pat on the back... and the reason for the lack of proper install is we started the project 3 days ago, so as I said its an alpha release... should be used by experienced users since it basically relies on having the unix binaries on your phone to be useful at least... and it still might be buggy(well is buggy) because it has some logging being posted to the terminal, and we just got it working the other day... I posted the alpha to digg and here because:
    A) We want more contributors to the project...
    B) We wanted the laymen to see what is possible with the iphone by showing you could create a native app, put it nicely on the spring board, and have it have a functional UI for powerful applications(a terminal is pretty low level and powerful) hence the crappy youtube video, so that more developers will realize the potential of the phone, and people will stop saying "iPhone sux, treo rulz, you cant even put appz on it"

    Anyways future things we would like to add:

    1) Command history list, command saving for quick access
    2) Full vt100 support for interactive apps like vi, pico, etc
    3) Ability to send control chars, and correct viewing support of characters.
    4) Landscape mode by turning the phone(that would be sweeeet)
    5)Copy and paste
    6)Multiple instances
    7) Preferences for things like different colors, etc

    If anyone feels like helping out ask me in #iphone-uikit for access to checking into svn.
    Thanks

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    There is a special site for this. No need for stick

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    mad props and congratulations!


 

 
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