1. usedtobeanother's Avatar
    I have got all the steps posted on the dev team's site up to here:

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    Get your frameworks & headers

    Get a copy of the iPhone root filesystem. This is usually obtained by decrypting and extracting the iPhone restore software using these tools, but there are many other methods to obtain this, including simply using scp to download all the files from the iPhone over Wi-Fi.

    To unpack the root filesystem, mount the dmg, open terminal and run

    sudo mkdir /usr/local/share/iphone-filesystem
    sudo cp -Rp /Volumes/Snowbird3A110a.N45Bundle/* /usr/local/share/iphone-filesystem/
    Now, set the environment variable $HEAVENLY to its path:

    HEAVENLY=/usr/local/share/iphone-filesystem

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    Can somebody please tell me how to do this. (I'm sorry I'm a n00b)

    P.S.- Does anyone know where I can go to learn Objective-C and Cocoa. I only know C++ and Java.)

    Thanks in advance,
    Sam
    2008-04-06 09:25 PM
  2. Cobra's Avatar
    P.S.- Does anyone know where I can go to learn Objective-C and Cocoa. I only know C++ and Java.)
    The Apple developer site has the basic Obj C document, that explains how it extends C. If you know C++ well, that'll get you the background. If that isn't enough, it's probably time to buy a Obj C book.
    2008-04-07 12:54 AM
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