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    So i just bought a 8 gb iTouch and i jailbroke it successfully but i've come across a few problems. I downloaded Openssh but I cannot find it anywhere on my iTouch screen. I cannot even find an application folder?



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    openSSH doesn't show you anything on the screen.

    You know its on the iPod because it says it installed!

    You can check it by finding your IP and trying to connect to your iPod - if it works it is sucessfully installed obviously.

    If you want to be able to turn it off and on whenever you want then you need to download either netservices or the boss services app which will let you do that.

    If you don't turn it off it WILL reduce your battery as it is always looking for a connection wirelessly!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spinstorm View Post
    If you don't turn it off it WILL reduce your battery as it is always looking for a connection wirelessly!
    Wrong! See: http://blog.psmxy.org/pkg-info/openssh/

    Will this kill my battery?

    No. Unlike other ssh packages for the iPhone, this package does not have a constantly running daemon. It is simply added to the list of connections that the inetd daemon (which always runs on your iPhone) listens for. If it sees you trying to connect, it will start up sshd to handle it. When you disconnect, the sshd process goes away. This is exactly how it runs on Apple laptops. So, no, this package will not kill your battery if left turned on because, in truth, there is nothing actually running. My package is the only one that can claim this, to the best of my knowledge.

 

 

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