1.1.4 Installer.app does not like red.

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  1. popbandgeggel

    popbandgeggel New Member

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    With installer.app running a 1.1.4 Ipod Touch...

    ANY app I try to install with a red bar ("untrusted source") will NOT download.

    I've tried almost EVERYTHING.

    Searching the forums...
    ChMODing to 777!!!
    re-installing installer through winSCP....
    Clearing Queue..
    Restarting my iPod Touch
    Restoring my iPod Touch's firmware ( twice )

    Nothing...Will...do it...

    Is there anything I havn't tried?

    EDIT: The error message I receive is...

    Error
    Main script execution failed!
  2. Axis

    Axis Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Try entering this command in Term-vt100 or PuTTy.

    Code:
    usr/bin/chown -R root:wheel /Applications/Installer.app
    I think that is the right command. I have never had to use it.
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    popbandgeggel New Member

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    I would hellrider, but on the sad side. Those are both " Red bar " application, so I can install them =(.
    EDIT: Or would these be a seperate computer application?
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    Axis Super Moderator Staff Member

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    PuTTy is a computer application (windows). If you have WinSCP, you can open a puTTy window without installing anything extra.
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    popbandgeggel New Member

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    Alright, I'll try that.
    Just tried, and it said there was no such file as... bin/chown
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    Axis Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Did you type

    /bin/chown...

    *Do you have BSD Subsystem installed?
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    popbandgeggel New Member

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    sorry about that long pause, and yes, I have BSD Subsystem installed, and typed in

    /bin/chown
    Exactly like that.
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    Axis Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Try this:

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    /usr/bin/chown -R root:wheel /Applications/Installer.app

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