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  1. kultcrowd's Avatar
    Hello,

    I have used the Pwange Tool 2.01 to jailbreak/activate my iPhone (2G) with 2.0 firmware. Once installed, I have the Cydia software, but I cannot find all the packages (only development, localization, planet-iphone mods, tweaks and utilities). Thus, I cannot install the Open SSH to access to my iPhone.
    I have a collegue that followed the same process as me and he has lots more of packages. Any suggestions?

    Thanks in advance
    2008-07-22 08:37 AM
  2. AAAARRRRRRGGGGG's Avatar
    open ssh should be right in their "featured packages" section......
    2008-07-22 10:50 AM
  3. nickswagger's Avatar
    alright, ive never used cydia b4, so bare with me, but when u download something from it, isnt it supposed to restart, or go to the lockscreen, im not seeing any of the things that are apparently already installed, thanks. i just dl'd the openssh but where is it?
    2008-07-22 05:31 PM
  4. Poseidon79's Avatar
    SSH will not show up on the phone.. it will just always run in the background until BossPrefs is ported and then you can turn it off as needed.
    2008-07-22 05:34 PM
  5. nickswagger's Avatar
    well then how do i connect to it via my mac, cyber duck doesnt work, i tried terminal but thant dont work, i had afp before so i could just go to finder and connect but that dont work either, how do i connect to it? thanks in advance
    2008-07-22 05:54 PM
  6. Freakin's Avatar
    well then how do i connect to it via my mac, cyber duck doesnt work, i tried terminal but thant dont work, i had afp before so i could just go to finder and connect but that dont work either, how do i connect to it? thanks in advance
    if you can't connect via SSH (terminal) then try reinstalling openSSH on your iphone. If it's installed correctly, you can connect with terminal

    ssh [email protected]
    2008-07-22 07:33 PM
  7. AAAARRRRRRGGGGG's Avatar
    i had trouble ssh'ing into my recently pwn'd 1st gen iphone. i had to trash the Known Hosts file in the hidden folder ".ssh" in my user's home folder in osx. then it worked like a charm.
    2008-07-22 08:04 PM

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