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    How to install OpenSSH on a JB 3G without using Installer/Cydia ?
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    Sounds practically impossible. You would at least need a way to set permissions on the files, and if you don't have OpenSSH, Cydia or Installer on your phone, you probably can't do that.

    There used to be a solution called ibrickr, but I doubt it would work with 2.x firmware and a 3G iPhone.

    Maybe QuickPwn, if you manage to insert a suitable bundle into it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Danner View Post
    Sounds practically impossible. You would at least need a way to set permissions on the files, and if you don't have OpenSSH, Cydia or Installer on your phone, you probably can't do that.

    There used to be a solution called ibrickr, but I doubt it would work with 2.x firmware and a 3G iPhone.

    Maybe QuickPwn, if you manage to insert a suitable bundle into it.
    I copy that.
    But even if you would create such a bundle for PwnageTool, there is one more thing. Open SSH needs OpenSSL installed and - as far as I can recall - BSD aswell.
    If you use Cydia, you can watch it during OpenSSH install: OpenSSL gets installed first. (BSD is part of Cydia so it does net need to be installed when Cydia is on the iPhone)
    If you use Installer to install OpenSSH, first BSD, then OpenSSL then OpenSSH is installed.

    IF possible it would really be a challenge to make all those package bundles and get them executed in the correct way.

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    Thanks for your replies
    is it possible to install OpenSSH using iPHUC or any other tool
    (Cydia/Installer/BSD are already present)

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    Quote Originally Posted by vikram View Post
    (Cydia/Installer/BSD are already present)
    With Cydia installed, it's not a problem. Download the .deb files for OpenSSL and OpenSSH. Install them, in that order, using this procedure: How do I load Boot nuter thru itunell - Page 2 - Hackint0sh

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    Editing binary .plist, .strings, .nib and .xib files:
    * on your computer: Windows tool / conversion website.
    * on your iPhone: convert those files in a terminal with plutil (installed with Erica Utilities) or edit them with iFile (Cydia links).


 

 

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