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    The right syntax is

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    cd /
    cp -pr Applications /var/root


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    Quote Originally Posted by eddy123 View Post
    I found after I perform the modification mentioned above, sometimes the Installer.app cannot detect the installed applications correctly. So, I will suggest to do this before you installed any further applications.
    Can I still move the application icon around with customize after I used this command??? Because I heard some people say if they add the symlink, the icon order in customize doesnt work anymore..

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    http://sleepers.net/~iphone/repo.xml source

    Quote Originally Posted by PowerHouseDan View Post
    There already is one bosstools have it in there unlocking app

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    Quote Originally Posted by hidehide View Post
    Can I still move the application icon around with customize after I used this command??? Because I heard some people say if they add the symlink, the icon order in customize doesnt work anymore..
    I don't see why it wouldn't work, so if you want to make sure it will, after applying the commands you can uninstall/reinstall customize.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deathhobbit View Post
    why does this happen when i run the commands

    /$ cd/
    zsh: no such file or directory: cd/
    /$ cp - pr Application /var/root
    cp: cannot stat `-': No such file or directory
    cp: cannot stat `pr': No such file or directory
    cp: cannot stat `Application': No such file or directory
    Because you didn't put a SPACE between the cd and /

    do this!...

    cd /


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    hei
    i am trying to create symlink by " ~/bin/xwidg" have installed erica utilities offcourse..
    but i got permission fail!
    it is not creating /widgets directory...
    i have set chmod 755 to /var/root/bin but i get permission denied when i set ~/bin/xwidg

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    Quote Originally Posted by eddy123 View Post
    I found after I perform the modification mentioned above, sometimes the Installer.app cannot detect the installed applications correctly. So, I will suggest to do this before you installed any further applications.
    There is a thread talking about it already

    http://hackint0sh.org/forum/showthread.php?t=16353

 

 
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