Var/Root/Media MISSING over SSH?!

Discussion in 'iPhone Tips, Help and Troubleshooting' started by salilsundresh, Mar 31, 2008.

  1. salilsundresh macrumors 6502

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    Today I opened an SSH connection with my iPhone and went to Var/Root/ only to find there is no "Media" folder? In the past I believe I've installed NES roms in Var/Root/Media and I've found on several sites that that's where you put the roms. What happened?! My iPhone functions just fine and I have all my audio, video, podcasts, etc. but the "Media" folder seems to have vanished? Any ideas?

    EDIT: When I use Mobile Finder on my iPhone I can still see the "Media" folder and it's contents so it's still physically there I'm just having difficult seeing it? Additionally, I turned on "show hidden files" in Cyber Duck under the "View" menu and that did not change anything.

    Here's a screenshot in Cyber Duck:
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  2. ballen420 macrumors 6502

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    Media is found in the Mobile folder. I don't have the exact location here, but I believe you have the path right, except it's Mobile/Media.
     
  3. salilsundresh thread starter macrumors 6502

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    Wow, thanks. Must be a mistake on PSX4All's part and other emulators. It says var/root/Media/ROMs/PSX
     
  4. delamerbleu macrumors newbie

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    same problem here.

    I created a PDF folder Mobile/Media, but PDFview didn't read the files. I also tried to create the Media folder in var/root (since i see no media folder under var/root, so I created one), and a subfolder PDF (var/root/media), but it doesn't work.

    What to do? Pls help....
     

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