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    Default [terminal] How do I Chmod (permission)a directory or file in iphone?

    Okay I jailbroke my iphone and running version 1.0.2. I used ibricker to upload folders and files to the iphone. Now, in order for them to work I need to change the permission. What program can I use? I am running xp pro.



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    WinSCP, PuTTY, I think
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    terminal or google it, im sure there are at least 1000 pages on this, or even just read any of the old tutorials.

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    In Secure Shell Mode, right click the folder you wish to give permission to and set it's permission to 0755 and You might also want to check the box bellow to allow group execution and reading...


    Another way to do this is to use Mobile Finder Select the folder you wish to give permission to and
    Give READ WRITE AND EXEC PERMISION to Owner
    READ AND EXEC PERMISION to Group
    and READ AND EXEC PERMISION to Everyone

    It should look like this where 1 is ilighted and x is not
    1-1-1
    1-x-1
    1-x-1

    That should do it!
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    Well since you are using XP I'm guessing use WinSCP for SSH...and do What I have above or simplest way is to use Finder...
    Why use the backdoors when there is WINDOWS
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    1) Download Term-vt100 via installer
    2) Install BSD subsystem
    3) Launch Term-vt100
    4) cd to path
    5) type chmod (permissions) (filename)
    eg. cd /Applications/Installer.app/
    chmod 777 ./installer

    Alternatively, you can use PuTtY over SSH with BSD Subsystem installed and execute the same commands.

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    ok, here`s how I changed file permissions when I hardware unlocked my 1.1.2 OOB.

    I suggest you have downloaded the files in /usr/bin

    #cd /usr/bin
    #chmod -R 777 *

    the star(*) means you are changing the permission to ALL files in /usr/bin/

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