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    ZiPhone-d OTB 1.1.2 to 1.1.3. Working perfectly well.

    Though I installed BSD Subsystem 2.1 (twice!), and OpenSSH 4.6p1-1 after that, neither are showing up on the home screen. Why? How do I fix it?

    Used to see the icons in 1.1.2



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    I have no icon of ssh too. just install services.app to turn on/off ssh

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    That's quite alright. Works as designed, so to say. ;-)

    Once you've got the SSH up and running, take a note of you iPhone's WiFi IP-address.
    Now sit down at your desktop PC (or preferrably Mac... ;-)), open a shell or terminal window and type 'ssh root@xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx (xxx... being the IP-address).
    The first time you do this, it will take a while, as the keys are generated, so you'll have to be patient.

    When you get a response, enter the root-password of your iPhone and you're in.

    Be careful what you do here, as 'root' can do anything including messing up the iPhone with a few keystrokes.

    Don't forget to deactivate SSH if you don't need this as it will open a door into your phone, available for anyone who knows the widely published standard root-PW (aka everybody...).

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    last i checked.... you dont really have a visible proof that you have BSD installed and that SSH switch was just something they came up with for 112JB....
    i guess you could go poking around in the jailbreak.jar and find the SSH stuff

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    I'm 100% Mac!
    I'm 0 on unix.
    Stupid questions follow:
    1. Why do I need SSH?
    2. What is the root pw? (BSD subsystem said something during installation re: password being broken...)
    3. How do I deactivate SSH?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Argos View Post
    ZiPhone-d OTB 1.1.2 to 1.1.3. Working perfectly well.

    Though I installed BSD Subsystem 2.1 (twice!), and OpenSSH 4.6p1-1 after that, neither are showing up on the home screen. Why? How do I fix it?

    Used to see the icons in 1.1.2
    Hey did you find a way to show OpenSSH 4.6p1-1 in your springboard? IF so, what did you do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bjlm View Post
    Hey did you find a way to show OpenSSH 4.6p1-1 in your springboard? IF so, what did you do?
    Haven't a clue! (See previous post).

    Well actually, you have to do stuff in Terminal (Mac). Google OpenSSH, and you'll know what to do. Or check out Info in Installer after installing OpenSSH.

    I'm leaving it alone until I need it. Why mess with something that isn't broken, and something I know zero about...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Argos View Post
    I'm 100% Mac!
    I'm 0 on unix.
    Stupid questions follow:
    1. Why do I need SSH?
    2. What is the root pw? (BSD subsystem said something during installation re: password being broken...)
    3. How do I deactivate SSH?
    I'm also 100% Mac and 0% Unix... ;-)

    However, some digging and this is what works for me:

    1. SSH is the best when it comes to transferring stuff (aps and others) to and from your phone (suggest you use Cyberduck - easy & free)

    2. Root pw is alpine (for 1.1.1, 1.1.2 & 1.1.3), dottie for older

    3. Use either "BossTool" or "Services"

    Hope it helps ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by imack View Post
    I'm also 100% Mac and 0% Unix... ;-)

    However, some digging and this is what works for me:

    1. SSH is the best when it comes to transferring stuff (aps and others) to and from your phone (suggest you use Cyberduck - easy & free)

    2. Root pw is alpine (for 1.1.1, 1.1.2 & 1.1.3), dottie for older

    3. Use either "BossTool" or "Services"

    Hope it helps ;-)
    Thanks for the heads up. There's also something called iPhone Drive... (not freeware though, alas!).

 

 

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