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    Default SSH App ??

    Hey guys i know i got SSH on my iPhone but i have no idea how to access it via my mac ?

    are there any programs i can use to gain access ??

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    Cyberduck or Fugu or Just use Terminal (ssh root@phone_ip_address)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Locked View Post
    Cyberduck or Fugu or Just use Terminal (ssh root@phone_ip_address)

    I too am having problems doing this. I have SSH on my 1.1.1 phone, and have installed Fugu and Cyberduck, and cannot connect.

    I am not sure of my IP address and am guessing the numbers based on 2 unknowns on my network I see in my router via html page?

    Any suggestions by chance? I am using root as user, alpine as password, port 22, protocol SFTP, path / , server, my guess on the ip which I think is either 192.168.1.103, or 192.168.1.106

    many Thanks

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    If you want to see what is your iPhone's IP address, just click the arrow in the blue circle of the network you are connected to in the Wifi settings.



    In the terminal (if you are using an Apple computer) you can type:

    ssh your_iphone_ip -l root

    and it's gonna ask you to type the root password (it is alpine by default).

    If your iPhone SSH is not started you can start it up with Services.app (check in appsnap's installer.app).
    Last edited by Former Bender; 11-16-2007 at 05:38 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XianLi View Post
    If you want to see what is your iPhone's IP address, just click the arrow in the blue circle of the network you are connected to in the Wifi settings.



    In the terminal (if you are using an Apple computer) you can type:

    ssh your_iphone_ip -l root

    and it's gonna ask you to type the root password (it is alpine by default).

    If your iPhone SSH is not started you can start it up with Services.app (check in appsnap's installer.app).

    Thank you XianLi,


    I managed to find my IP and it was one that I thought it was and tried with.

    As far as your line above "ssh your_iphone_ip -l root" Is this exactly as I type it? Is there spaces required, dashes, @ symbols, etc? As I tried it but still nothing?

    Is terminal best to use if you use a mac?

    Thanks again for your help,


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    As I tried it but still nothing?
    Is terminal best to use if you use a mac?
    This is the exact command line you have to type in the terminal (just replace the your_iphone_ip).

    Like i said before, if you can't connect, you'll have to start SSH to be able to connect to.
    you can use Services.app to activate ssh.

    When SSH is activated, you can use ssh in the terminal or a SFTP client to access your files and being able to fetch or upload some inside your iPhone.

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    I just tried it again, and basically put in terminal on my mac: ssh iphoneip root

    SSH turned on my phone via Services.

    exactly as above with space in between. It will then ask for password. At password, the cursor does not move when you type alpine, it stays blank, and when I press enter, it either states... times out, or incorrect password.

    I have never changed password of used this before, it there a capital letter maybe?

    Thanks again for any insight.

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    Sorry if that sounds harsh.
    If you're a noob just go with Cyberduck (Mac) or WinSCP (Windows)

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    Make your phone is not in sleep mode when trying to connect.

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    Thumbs up easier solution

    if you have SSH that means your iPhone is jailbroken so to make it easier just use iFuntastic 3.5.5
    more info can be found here


 

 

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