Terminal; How to "mount.sh"?

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  1. IpadSC400 macrumors 6502a

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    Hi guys

    I apologize if this is the wrong forum, please move if neccessary!

    I got a late 2009 Macbook Pro 15 incher.

    How do I mount using terminal? I'm attempting to "mount.sh" but IDK how to. I'm trying to access internal files of an iPhone. I do run as a shell (Running terminal as "bash") And I also am creating a new remote session using a secure shell (shh) but I cannot figure out how to mount in terminal! Can somebody with experience in the field please elighten me in this?

    Much appreciated! TIA
     
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    How are you ssh'ing into your iPhone? As far as I know, the iPhone does not have sshd running? Is this a jailbroken iPhone? If so, I think to mount a FS on your phone, you need to first download an app to your phone which will export the contents as a file system of some sort.
     
  3. IpadSC400 thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    Yes, my iPhone is shhs'd using (clears throught) MSFT Guys Ramdisc tool. The executable JAR file. I'm not able to access the internals of the phone without knowing how to mount...that's my only way.

    So, to answer your question, yes, my iPhone is shh'd. I'm also trying to use Cyberduck but it's a pian to figure out how to use. I'm use to Windows. I tried all of this on my Vista and the dumb thing couldn't even get started so I migrated things onto my Macbook.

    Any advice? (on how to mount.sh)
     
  4. IpadSC400 thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    So I try on my Windows Vista and the piece of garbage wont even run an exucutable .jar file without some commands using cmd. I need to find out how to mount.sh using terminal on OSX because I cannot locate any tutorials on how to do just that. I need to be able to access internal files on my iPhone so I can edit setup.app in the file menu. I'm also using CyberDuck and I don't know how to mount a new session using that either. I know it seems like it would be simple but I cannot figure it out.

    TIA! :)
     
  5. ScoobyMcDoo macrumors 65816

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    If you want to try something other than mount, there is a program, I think named iExplore, which claims to be able to interact with the files on an iPhone.
     
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    I will try this and report back. Thanks.
     
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    So I attempted to use iExplore but I don't know how to use it. I would have my iPhone in DFU plugged in but iExplore didn't recognize it. I might have to do this on my Vista cuz I knmow Windows better.

    Any advice to be shed on this program?
     
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