How the heck does OpenSSH affect touch sensitivity?

Discussion in 'iPad Hacks' started by SA22C, Aug 15, 2010.

  1. SA22C macrumors regular

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    So I'm cruising along on my newish iPad, and I want to transfer some Scumm games so I can lay via ScummVM. I install openSSH, fire up cyberduck and I'm transferring away. While I'm waiting for the transfer to finish, I check some email on the iPad and the touch sensitivity is all messed up. The button hotspots are about a half a width off to the bottom, so if I want to click, I have to press Judt brow the button for the press to register. I uninstalled OpenSSH and the issue went away.

    How does a network daemon have a bug so completely unrelated to its function?
     
  2. mixvio macrumors 6502

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    I have considerable problems with my iPad whenever OpenSSH is left installed (active or not). I avoid installing it at all costs. I don't know how it manages to mess up stuff that seemingly have nothing to do with its intended function, but it definitely does.
     
  3. iThinman macrumors regular

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    I did the jailbreak for the first time on my iPad about 3 weeks ago through the website method. Stock prior. Ive seen the openssh issue with the screen exactly once, so i know it exists and believe all the posts. I even when to Jot and watched it draw a quarter inch above my finger.

    But, after a hard reboot, Ive never seen it again to this day and have used openssh extensively since.
     

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