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    Default New native applications: someone tried these?

    Someone has tried these native applications?

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    Hi,

    I did .. the igsm works fine, now my EPLUS Number is shown in iTunes, altough I had to remove the pincode of the sime to get the commands through.

    Thanks a lot for the hint!

    J*

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    I've been working with iToggle all day, and I like it a lot, but it's got a little ways to go.

    By customizing the daemons.plist file inside the Toggle.app package, I was able to add in a switch for Firefly Media Server and afpd.



    There are two problems with this app that keep it from being "ready for primetime."
    1) if any of the daemons you're trying to control are already being controlled by launchd, you'll need to use UIctl to unload them from launchd. Not a big deal, I was able to get around that quickly.
    2) this is the biggie: these on/off switches are acting upon each daemon directly. This means, unless you really know your stuff and enter all the arguments correctly into the config file, it'll only run the daemon in basic mode. So, for example, you can start sshd, but it won't toggle the Bonjour announcement, so CyberDuck won't see the iPhone in your list of available Bonjour servers. A more severe example is Firefly Media Server. iToggle will switch the server on, but iTunes won't see it.

    Enabling a service in UIctl works perfectly because it's using launchctl to parse the daemon's plist file, whereas iToggle is not touching the plist file at all. Bummer.

    I'd like to know how to get around that. Because once that's fixed, I'll rely on this app heavily. I love the concept, and the fact that it's so damn flexible. I just wish I knew enough to get around the issues I'm having with it.

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    Talking

    hey

    does itoggele work on 1.1.2

    thanks

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    I'm using 1.1.2, so yeah.


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    Here is a fix for both the problems described above.

    1. ssh into phone, and run the following.
    launchctl unload -w /path/to/plist.file
    this will unload any service and keep it from starting at boot.
    The service files are located in /Library/LaunchDaemons or /System/Library/LaunchDaemons usually.
    Usually SSH and proxy are the only ones still launched by ctl.

    2. You can pass options to the daemon from the daemons.plist file
    Here is mine.

    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
    <!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple Computer//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" "http://www.apple.com/DTDs/PropertyList-1.0.dtd">
    <plist version="1.0">
    <dict>
    <key>daemons</key>
    <array>
    <dict>
    <key>label</key>
    <string>SSH</string>
    <key>processname</key>
    <string>sshd</string>
    <key>processpath</key>
    <string>/usr/sbin</string>
    <key>parameters</key>
    <string>-i</string>
    <key>icon</key>
    <string>ssh</string>
    </dict>
    <dict>
    <key>label</key>
    <string>AFP Server</string>
    <key>processname</key>
    <string>afpd</string>
    <key>processpath</key>
    <string>/opt/iphone/afp</string>
    <key>parameters</key>
    <string>-d -D -Uuams_dhx.so</string>
    <key>icon</key>
    <string>afp</string>
    </dict>
    </array>
    </dict>
    </plist>

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    Sorry, your suggestion doesn't fix either of the problems I described above. The "launchctl unload -w" command is exactly what the UIctl.app does. The problem is, iToggle's .plist file doesn't have nearly as many options as the launchd .plist files in /Library/LaunchDaemons/. So, for example, when you're running mt-daapd or sshd through the launchctl daemon, it'll send the proper commands to interface with the socket for Bonjour. However, when you start the daemon by calling it directly (which is what iToggle does), it doesn't interface properly with inetd.

    To reproduce this yourself, you can unload sshd with launchctl, and then start it again from iToggle. Then go into CyberDuck and check the Bonjour menu under Bookmarks. No iPhone in the list. Then, kill it in iToggle and load -w it with launchctl. Go back into CyberDuck, and the iPhone is in your Bonjour menu.

    The iToggle app works in the sense that it starts the daemon, but it doesn't start all the services like launchd does. It'd be a million times more useful if it simply sent a "launchctl load -w" when you click ON, and "launchctl unload -w" when you click OFF. That way you wouldn't need to pass arguments, you'd just need to specify the LaunchDaemon plist file and everything else would be taken care of.

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    would be nice to control the brightness in itoggle or services. Can someone with a full keyboard take five minutes and contact the devs of these apps with the suggestion. Thanks

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    I like this application. It makes toggling so easy when you have one app to go rather then messing around with different scripting command that many people are not familiar with

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    iToggle is the most usefull one. it's really cool as you can add your own services to start and stop. right now i'm making me some new icons for this app. i'll post them here.


 

 
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