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  1. triela macrumors member

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    USE SEARCH TO FIND WHAT YOU NEED.


    The repository is really unnecessary without stickiness. Content removed.
    Please DO NOT bump this thread. Thank you.
     

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  5. triela thread starter macrumors member

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    After the Jailbreak, 3rd party apps are contained within the Installer.app once you get "Community Sources" downloaded. All the new icons you see in the many screencap threads of jailbroken iPods are from the Installer.app.
     
  6. ProtestedHero macrumors newbie

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    I'm not sure if this has been explained yet, but when I install SSH, and then I have to go check it by using the command ssh -1 1paddress, I get the message.

    No such command 'ssh'.

    I restarted after installing the new OS, and once again after installing SSH, but still get this.
     
  7. Shanesan macrumors 6502

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    Awesome repository. Thanks for the endorcement. :)
     
  8. mashcigar macrumors newbie

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  9. triela thread starter macrumors member

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    If you're using a Mac, I suggest you use Terminal without installing anything beforehand (like a separate SSH client). If you're using Windows, I recommend using PuTTY instead, I found it easier to use.
     
  10. ProtestedHero macrumors newbie

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    I've been using Terminal.
     
  11. triela thread starter macrumors member

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    Unfortunately I don't have a Mac available to use and I've only done the Windows jailbreak, but have you tried appending /bin/ before the ssh command?

    /bin/ssh -l
     
  12. bloody macrumors member

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    if i do this wrong, is there a chance of brickage? I dont want to waste 500 dollars =[
     
  13. triela thread starter macrumors member

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    Unfortunately, the short answer is YES. Take a look around at the healthy sprinkling of "Oops, my iPod doesn't work now" and "I can't restore my iPod" threads.

    If you choose a jailbreak method, make sure to read through every single step before taking the first one. You have to able to guarantee yourself that you're following each step EXACTLY, and with certainty.
     
  14. gloss macrumors 601

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    It's all top-level software stuff, no chance of brickage. You can always put the iPod in restore mode and reinstall the OS.
     
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    to add calendar functionality, its easier to just download the "touch caledar fix" off installer.app
     
  17. Tclare macrumors regular

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    Hey,
    I am just wandering where I can pick up copies of the iPhone apps?

    Thanks

    Tclare
     
  18. Rapmastac1 macrumors 65816

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    Just a tip for those who can't get calander to work, I have found out. You don't even have to have the actual program. You gotta make sure that you have the community sources app installed, then from there you go waaaay down to the bottom and it will be called "Calander for the Touch" or something like that, you install that and it will let you add events in the calander!
     
  19. California King macrumors 65816

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    can someone please be more specific? Like how do I find /Applications/ on my iPod? And do I install GMM.framework using installer.app or something?

    Thanks.
     
  20. triela thread starter macrumors member

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    Wow. I tried to aggregate all useful links into one single post, and you still can't see it?

    Thanks for the tip. Initial post updated.

    You have to be able to access your iPod at the root level and simply copy the appropriate folders into the directories listed in the original post.

    On Windows, this can be done easily with WinSCP (link above, drag+drop). I'm not sure about Mac, as I haven't tried.
     
  21. 864646 macrumors regular

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    i'm usin winscp so far i dragged the apps into the touch now i have to type in chmod -R a+x /Applications/*.
    where do i type this??
     
  22. triela thread starter macrumors member

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    Once you've copied over the files to your iPod, you can highlight these files in the GUI (on the iPod side) and right click to set Properties. You will see a permissions box with an "Octal" field. Enter 0755 and save the settings. This is the equivalent of the chmod command.
     
  23. robPOD macrumors 6502

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    Google intsaller.app
     
  24. triela thread starter macrumors member

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    Well, if the poster you're responding to hasn't figured it out yet, the iPhone Native Apps can be found in my original post, right under the heading "iPhone Native Apps"...
     
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