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    Quote Originally Posted by schalkse View Post
    maskwearer, run this command in the terminal
    rm ~/.ssh/known_hosts
    then try again using ssh
    I did issue the comand, appearantly SOMETHING happened. I now could issue the scp command, I was asked wether I REALLY wanted to add that Host key. I said YES and was prompted for the root-password again. Then:

    root@192.168.1.2's password:
    scp: usr/unlock: No such file or directory
    localhost:/users/eric Eric$

    But I DID create the unlock folder. But to make this short, is the scp any diferent from putting the files on the phone via cyberduck?


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    Quote Originally Posted by schalkse View Post
    maskwearer, run this command in the terminal
    rm ~/.ssh/known_hosts
    then try again using ssh
    I did issue the comand, appearantly SOMETHING happened. I now could issue the scp command, I was asked wether I REALLY wanted to add that Host key. I said YES and was prompted for the root-password again. Then:

    root@192.168.1.2's password:
    scp: usr/unlock: No such file or directory
    localhost:/users/eric Eric$

    But I DID create the unlock folder. But to make this short, is the scp any diferent from putting the files on the phone via cyberduck?

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    Quote Originally Posted by maskwearer View Post
    I did issue the comand, appearantly SOMETHING happened. I now could issue the scp command, I was asked wether I REALLY wanted to add that Host key. I said YES and was prompted for the root-password again. Then:

    root@192.168.1.2's password:
    scp: usr/unlock: No such file or directory
    localhost:/users/eric Eric$

    But I DID create the unlock folder. But to make this short, is the scp any diferent from putting the files on the phone via cyberduck?
    No, it's not that different, its the same. But you need to run BBupdater from the terminal, from the location where you put the files

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    I followed the Windows guide, and the bbupdate thing was not present, how do I put this on there to let me do it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by boris55 View Post
    I followed the Windows guide, and the bbupdate thing was not present, how do I put this on there to let me do it?
    there are several links if you search this forum where you can dowload bbupdater. Put it, with the two other files in the same location as in the mac guide.


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    Quote Originally Posted by schalkse View Post
    No, it's not that different, its the same. But you need to run BBupdater from the terminal, from the location where you put the files
    You mean from the location ON the iPhone, right?
    Meaning if they are i /usr/unlock, I have to ssh to that directory and start the process from there. My problem is, when I log onto the phone, in which directory am I then?
    Let's say I just logged on, then the prompt just says:

    -sh-3.2#

    In your explanation, you write I have to do the following steps:

    on your iPhone, run: cd /unlock
    on your iPhone, run: launchctl unload /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.CommCenter.plist
    on your iPhone, run: ./bbupdater -f *.fls -e *.eep
    on your iPhone, run: launchctl load /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.CommCenter.plist

    Meaning I have to stop the CommCenter then start bbupdater and then restart CommCenter.
    However, when I have logged on and ry to change the directoy, t says:

    -sh-3.2# cd /unlock
    -sh: cd: /unlock: No such file or directory
    -sh-3.2#

    But it's there, I swear!

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    Quote Originally Posted by maskwearer View Post
    You mean from the location ON the iPhone, right?
    Meaning if they are i /usr/unlock, I have to ssh to that directory and start the process from there. My problem is, when I log onto the phone, in which directory am I then?
    Let's say I just logged on, then the prompt just says:

    -sh-3.2#

    In your explanation, you write I have to do the following steps:

    on your iPhone, run: cd /unlock
    on your iPhone, run: launchctl unload /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.CommCenter.plist
    on your iPhone, run: ./bbupdater -f *.fls -e *.eep
    on your iPhone, run: launchctl load /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.CommCenter.plist

    Meaning I have to stop the CommCenter then start bbupdater and then restart CommCenter.
    However, when I have logged on and ry to change the directoy, t says:

    -sh-3.2# cd /unlock
    -sh: cd: /unlock: No such file or directory
    -sh-3.2#

    But it's there, I swear!
    1 Yes, on the phone, you are at root just do cd /usr/unlock
    it will change, if you get an error, you check the adress
    on your iPhone, run: cd /unlock will become cd /usr/unlock
    sorry for that
    The prompt will remain the same, even when you change directory. So when no error, your changed
    2 Yes, commcenter needs to be stopped. Otherwise you get a resource busy error.
    Don't forget to load it again after the re-flash.

    All should go well now.
    Last edited by schalkse; 09-19-2007 at 06:00 PM.
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    ok, did that. Somehow the phone doesn't like the unlock folder, it just doesn't show up. I now just improvised and put the 3 files in the /usr/bin folder, which can be found (probably I'm just too stupid, but that's another story )
    Anyway, I stopped the CommCenter, which just went flawlessly. I then typed:

    -sh-3.2# ./bbupdater -f *.fls -e *.eep
    -sh: ./bbupdater: No such file or directory

    So I wondered and thought maybe the "./" is wrong? I mean bbupdater is a file, istn't it? The command looks like a directory-command. Anyway, i was brave/stupid and just tried this:

    -sh-3.2# bbupdater -f *.fls -e *.eep
    Error: failed to open or read the FLS file
    Done

    Appearantly by this the bbupdater was found, but the process didn't went well.
    Is the command REALLY starting with ./ ?


    PS: I already owe you BIGTIME!

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    Quote Originally Posted by maskwearer View Post
    ok, did that. Somehow the phone doesn't like the unlock folder, it just doesn't show up. I now just improvised and put the 3 files in the /usr/bin folder, which can be found (probably I'm just too stupid, but that's another story )
    Anyway, I stopped the CommCenter, which just went flawlessly. I then typed:

    -sh-3.2# ./bbupdater -f *.fls -e *.eep
    -sh: ./bbupdater: No such file or directory

    So I wondered and thought maybe the "./" is wrong? I mean bbupdater is a file, istn't it? The command looks like a directory-command. Anyway, i was brave/stupid and just tried this:

    -sh-3.2# bbupdater -f *.fls -e *.eep
    Error: failed to open or read the FLS file
    Done

    Appearantly by this the bbupdater was found, but the process didn't went well.
    Is the command REALLY starting with ./ ?


    PS: I already owe you BIGTIME!
    you sure that bbupdater (from the ramdisk.dmg) and the two other files are in the same location? Also, it is possible that form the /usr/bin directory you can not run bbupdater. That is why you needed to have the /unlock folder
    Also, check permission, try to check all options. So the group "others" also has execute and write permissions. Maybe that can help. But it could very well be that you cant run bbupdater from the /bin folder.
    keep the ./ in front of bbupdater


 

 
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