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    Hi all

    Ran tonight no problems. Lovely

    But when you run BOSSTOOL and check the disk space there isnt any free.
    1MB free of 266MB

    The Image that the JB script uses doesnt clean off the phone.

    Does anyone know where this is to delete please

    Thanks




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    The image file gets obliterated when the filesystem gets copied in the last step of the script if I'm reading the script right, but you could try running something like...

    find / -size +14000 -exec ls -alh {} \;

    Will show you all the files on the phone that are greater than 7MB in size, image file would be easy to spot being about 120MB if its there

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerglass007 View Post
    Hi all

    Ran tonight no problems. Lovely

    But when you run BOSSTOOL and check the disk space there isnt any free.
    1MB free of 266MB

    The Image that the JB script uses doesnt clean off the phone.

    Does anyone know where this is to delete please

    Thanks

    Didn't the 1.1.2 firmware take close to 250 megs when it was release. I presume that the new firmware (1.1.3) eats up most of the root partition space (300megs).

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    Thanks guys

    I've checked and seems its gone. SO the script works great.

    But come BOSSTOOL is reporting that I only have 1MB free from 300MB.

    As you say the image must take much more space.

    BOSSTOOL doesnt work and allow me to install a symlink to install applications into a different part of the phone now.

    Has anyone got this working as we cant have 1mb for apps can we ???

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    Add BossTool's repository, and use BossTool .35 to transfer your Apps to the Media partition.
    http://sleepers.net/iphonerepo

    And why does it say 266/267mb capacity for the root partition? Shouldn't it be 300mb?


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    SSH into your iPhone and see if you can find this file "private/var/disk0s1.dd" for me it was 266mb, after deleting it, I found it reduced the space in "other" data in iPhone but if you update to iTunes 7.6 then your "Other" folder will again show the 200+mb
    Cheers.

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    I dont know why its saying 266MB for the root partition.

    Has everyone else got the same size with 1.1.3 ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by deanr View Post
    The image file gets obliterated when the filesystem gets copied in the last step of the script if I'm reading the script right, but you could try running something like...

    find / -size +14000 -exec ls -alh {} \;

    Will show you all the files on the phone that are greater than 7MB in size, image file would be easy to spot being about 120MB if its there
    can anyone confirm this finding the problem files? is it worth me upgrading for a 4th time ?

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    the file?/ i dunno, but ssh into the phone and run this, sovled the problem. or install bosstool that will do it for you.

    You must move the Applications folder to your media partition.
    This will avoid to have the system partition completely full.
    You must ssh your iPod Touch and follow the procedure below (works also for iPhone).

    Quote:
    cd /
    cp -pr Applications /var/root
    mv Applications Applications.old
    ln -s private/var/root/Applications /Applications

    Now check the symbolic link
    You should see the Applications linked to private/var/root/Applications

    Quote:
    cd /
    ls -la

    Restart your iPod Touch, if everything is fine, you can ssh again and delete the old Applications folder in the system partition.

    Quote:
    cd /
    rm -rf Applications.old

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerglass007 View Post
    I dont know why its saying 266MB for the root partition.

    Has everyone else got the same size with 1.1.3 ?
    After upgrade (Nates Method) BossTools is showing that I have 24mb free out of 300mb total. Not sure why some are showing only 266
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