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Discuss [PwnageTool] SSH on 2.0 ? at the PwnageTool - Hackint0sh.org; Originally Posted by XianLi you must use terminal.app from the phone to unload the daemon. ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by XianLi View Post
    you must use terminal.app from the phone to unload the daemon.
    so terminal is working already on 2.0? great!
    seems that porting to new os is growing fast!

    but the fakesign of any 3rd party apps? if we install from cydia they are already fakesigned to run on 2.0?


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    Quote Originally Posted by toxa View Post
    How do I disable SSH (battery and security reasons) ?

    I don't want to unistall, since it's a usefull tool. But want the ability to turn it off.
    Per the Cydia author Open SSH does not use up battery unless you are using it:



    Also, he states that in this version of of Open SSH the password is not broken and you can change it to whatever you want. So no more security issues. :hack:



    To change password in Terminal:

    ssh root@(or whatever your IP address is)
    alpine
    passwd

    You will now be prompted to enter a new password. You will then be prompted to enter the password again. Your root password is now changed.


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    thats great... BUT, how are you transferring files?? FTP doesn't seem to work... Bus Error....

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    nevermind, figured it out :-) scp

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    ExpanDrive is a really good app for mounting SFTP (SSH) drives. So, the iPhone can be easily be mounted as a volume and files can be transfered with Finder by just drag-n-drop. See: www.magnetk.com/expandrive
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    Quote Originally Posted by jashsayani View Post
    ExpanDrive is a really good app for mounting SFTP (SSH) drives. So, the iPhone can be easily be mounted as a volume and files can be transfered with Finder by just drag-n-drop. See: www.magnetk.com/expandrive
    It does the very same thing as sshfs (free) that make use of MacFuse (free).

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    Quote Originally Posted by XianLi View Post
    It does the very same thing as sshfs (free) that make use of MacFuse (free).
    Thanks XianLi. I should have posted about it before I purchased it..... Just paid for it a week ago.
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