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Discuss [1.1.2 OTB] "No such process" when running launchctl unload /System/ etc... at the iPhone "2G" (Rev. 1) - Hackint0sh.org; Hi all, Long time lurker, first time poster. Basically I've been reading and following all ...
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    Default [1.1.2 OTB] "No such process" when running launchctl unload /System/ etc...

    Hi all,

    Long time lurker, first time poster.

    Basically I've been reading and following all of the amazing tutorials on doing the unlock (http://iphone.unlock.no/bootloader_downgrade.htm and http://www.hackthatphone.com/112/iph...ock_112_3.html specifically) and I've reached a point in which I've hit a snag. I'm getting a "No such process" return back when I run launchctl unload /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.CommCenter.plist

    Sort of crappy since I haven't been able to get a solid answer on this (except a post saying to delete the file) so I thought I'd ask you guys.

    The phone is currently 1.1.1 Jailbreaked with BSD, SSH, Terminal and the iunlock package to downgrade the Baseband.

    Thanks in advance for the help.



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    you didnt install bsd

    or

    the command is case sensitive and must be typed exactly....and is com.appleComm 1m first and 2mm later....i usually misstype this...

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    Just go ahead:

    cd /usr/bin
    and then sleep 20; iunew

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    I was hunting around the Installer sources and found "BSD 2.0" (something) basically it fixed an error I was having that had the backspace acting like a spacebar.

    Long story short after I installed that it didn't have a problem and I went on.

    I'm sitting pretty with a 3.9 bootloader!

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    Nice !!!.
    Yes that BSD fix took care of the backspace problem in vt100


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    So right now the tutorial is telling me to toss it into DFU mode and I don't have a wi-fi signal at this point. I'm reluctant to shut it off without the wi-fi working.

    Should I be ok now that the firmware shows 04.01.13_G and my bootloader version was showing 3.9?

    edit: woot. It sorted itself out, just took me trying to run bbupdater -v again.
    Last edited by Endoplasmic; 02-02-2008 at 12:36 AM.

 

 

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