1.1.1 problem: Disk0 has relocked as if the phone returned to jail. What is going on?
I have a IPSF unlocked phone that was upgraded from 1.0.2 to 1.1.1 on a Windows machine with the following steps:
symlink, upgrade, iphuc-jailbreak, ssh-ify with dropbear, iAsign on Windows, fix YouTube, use WinSCP to copy Installer in /Applications, install BSD, install UIctl and Services, install Nervegas's BSD_base and BSD_extra (manually copied the files with WinSCP in the appropriate directories and then chmod 755 *), install OpenSSH, delete all the dropbear files, remove the symlink, connect to iTunes and sync. Apps installed: iLight, Installer, SendPics, UIctl, VNsea, MobileFinder, services, iBlackjack, Navizon, MobilePreview, Term-vt100, Sketches, VoiceNotes and MobileToDoList.
All was working great, until I tried to re-install BSD and OpenSSH, which gave me an Installer "Error during install script execution!" Since that point, I cannot write anything in /System or /Applications, like I have returned to jail. For instance:
# mv /var/root/test.txt /Applications
mv: cannot create regular file `/Applications/test.txt': File exists
# cp /var/root/test.txt /System
cp: cannot create regular file `/System/test.txt': File exists
My fstab seems ok:
# cat /etc/fstab
/dev/disk0s1 / hfs rw 0 1
/dev/disk0s2 /private/var hfs rw,noexec 0 2
I even tried to symlink and jailbreak again, but made no difference. Trying to install or uninstall anything also gives me the same Installer script error. All applications are working fine, but the phone has returned to jail!
Any idea of what is happening?