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    more later today..
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    Quote Originally Posted by glen.tw View Post
    Check here, the version of iPhoneInterface for this is not released yet.
    Despite this, one can still perform almost all the necessary actions through the "jailbreak" binary on an Intel-based mac.

    However, after copying all the binaries and RSA/DSS keys to the iPhone, port 22 is still "closed." Is the .plist in the ssh kit supposed to be put into some kind of "startup items" folder to actually make the service run? Because it doesn't seem to me that either set of instructions tell you how to start the service.

    Any ideas?

    Ben D.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BenjaminD View Post
    Despite this, one can still perform almost all the necessary actions through the "jailbreak" binary on an Intel-based mac.

    However, after copying all the binaries and RSA/DSS keys to the iPhone, port 22 is still "closed." Is the .plist in the ssh kit supposed to be put into some kind of "startup items" folder to actually make the service run? Because it doesn't seem to me that either set of instructions tell you how to start the service.

    Any ideas?

    Ben D.
    You should put com.apple.update.plist at /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/.
    Check http://iphone.fiveforty.net/wiki/index.php/Dropbear-ssh for more information. I tried the procedure, however, I've got the same problem (port 22 is closed).

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    Guys this is going to sound dumb, but I tried getting the binaries from the http://netkas.freeflux.net/blog/ website. When i click on the two links to get the files it redirects me to a http://**********.com/files/44273367/bins.tar.bz2.html, what the heal is this? I am not sure what I am suppose to do from here to obtain the binaries. Please help. Lastly, are you guys running the ssh binaries from the iphoneinterface shell? or does this binary somehow allow you to execute a shell from the iphone itself? That what I am waiting for. Does anyone know anything about being able to run a shell from the iphone itself and not from the iphone through the computer?

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    Thank you very much for that link! I managed to log in! Using iPhoneInterface, I changed my root and mobile passwords with no apparent problems. Did you restart it twice?

    Anyway, I have another problem now, the shell prompt will not accept any commands. I am guessing this is b/c nothing has executable permissions yet other than the "server" itself. I'm going to try using the same com.apple.update.plist with some different attributes to change the permissions on a file in the /bin/ directory where all my executables are.

    Ben


    Update: It looks like we posted at the same time. Using the Plist files, the SSH server appears to be running on the iPhone itself!! I'm not sure why you'd be having trouble downloading the bins... try: http://iphone.natetrue.com/iphone-binkit-0.03.tar.gz

    Another update: IT WORKS!!!!!! *very excited* I needed to type the absolute file paths. The update.plist gives chmod executable power, and from there you can recursively give everything in the bin directory executablity... but I seem to have missed the cd binary... is there one?
    Last edited by BenjaminD; 07-26-2007 at 01:10 AM.


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    Quote Originally Posted by glen.tw View Post
    You should put com.apple.update.plist at /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/.
    Check http://iphone.fiveforty.net/wiki/index.php/Dropbear-ssh for more information. I tried the procedure, however, I've got the same problem (port 22 is closed).
    I just fixed the problem, I was using a wrong chmod file.

 

 
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