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    Hi all
    I've been lurking since I got my iPhone about a month ago, this is my first post.
    First off, thanks v much to all the dev team for PwnageTool, it really is awesome.
    Does anyone here know what commands are supported by pwnage when asking the plist for new bundles? I'm working on trying to make a Cydia bundle, but the Cydia install process is rather complicated, involving moving things to free up space etc. The pwnage help files mention SetPermission for chmod and SetOwner for chown, but are commands that one would find in Installer.app plists such as CopyPath, MovePath and Exec also supported?
    Thanks for any help.
    Best regards
    eiscir.
    Last edited by eiscir; 04-15-2008 at 06:51 PM. Reason: I mis-spelled my own name :S



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    I need so form of exec command however I'm assuming that those sort of commands can't be done unless they're bundled with BootNeuter or something as most commands are applied statically to the ipsw before it makes its way onto an iPhone. Digging in PwnageTool I found Patch and ReplaceKernel commands but they aren't really very useful.

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    Dunno if it's supported, but you can test with a simple bundle, just to check if it works.

    If you test it before me, tell what were your results!

    Cheers

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    Thanks for the replies guys.
    Efegue, I tried putting my Cydia.bundle in the PwnageTool.app bundle with all the other bundles, along with just one non-standard command (SetPath), but I can't even get PwnageTool to recognise it in the custom bundles dialogue
    I must be doing something wrong...
    Exams are a problem too, I wish I could give this the time it needs!
    If all else fails, having made a pwned .ipsw, could I just add Cydia by unzipping the ipsw, mounting 022-3894-4.dmg, and following the instructions in the plist at apptapp.saurik.com?
    I can mount 022-3894-4.dmg but not the other (encrypted) dmgs in the ipsw - are they important for what I'm attempting to do?
    Thanks again.
    :iphone: 8GB
    4.6 BL, 1.1.4 OTB, -> 3.9 BL, 1.1.4 Ziphoned -> 4.6 BL, 1.1.4 Pwned!
    Everything working on Meteor (Ireland)
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    Have you read the help file in PwnageTool?
    Instead of CopyPath, just make the directories leading to the destination and put the file in the end dir


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    The pwnage help files mention SetPermission for chmod and SetOwner for chown
    I've read the help files but they only refer to the commands above, no others. You're absolutely right about just modifying the directory structure myself for CopyPath, but Exec is a whole different kettle of fish - specifically, the Cydia installer .plist runs some shell scripts to rearrange fonts, ringtones etc to free space, and I'd like to know whether PwnageTool supports this.

    But at the moment I can't even get it to recognise that I've put a bundle in the bundles directory, so the point is moot!
    :iphone: 8GB
    4.6 BL, 1.1.4 OTB, -> 3.9 BL, 1.1.4 Ziphoned -> 4.6 BL, 1.1.4 Pwned!
    Everything working on Meteor (Ireland)
    :finder: MacBook 2GHz C2D, 2GB, 250GB, 10.5.2

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    Well, I'm no closer to finding out what commands are supported, but it doesn't matter much. I got pwnage to recognise my bundle (i just remade it. I don't know why it didn't recognise it first time...), but having thought about it i realised that all the mkdir, cp commands etc in the scripts for freeing up space in cydia are compiled for the iphone's arm architecture, not ppc or intel os x. so now i'm just hacking away at trying to get it done manually, and hopefully freeing the space with bosstool later.
    :iphone: 8GB
    4.6 BL, 1.1.4 OTB, -> 3.9 BL, 1.1.4 Ziphoned -> 4.6 BL, 1.1.4 Pwned!
    Everything working on Meteor (Ireland)
    :finder: MacBook 2GHz C2D, 2GB, 250GB, 10.5.2

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    Does anybody here know the command for deleting a folder or file ?

 

 

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