iOS 4.0 4.0 ssh

Discussion in 'iOS Jailbreak & Cydia' started by oookkaaaaay, Jun 9, 2010.

  1. oookkaaaaay

    oookkaaaaay Member

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    I'm on a 3GS Jailbroken 4.0 GM and I have ssh installed. Is there any way to toggle it i tried SBSettings and BossPrefs they don't work.
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    MarioKartMaster New Member

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    SSH should be turned on by default.

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    If you want to turn it off, you'll have to uninstall OpenSSH.
  3. Kr3wsk8a

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    The reason SBSettings doesn't work is because the MobileStatwhatever is not updated to support iOS 4.0 yet.
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    I really couldn't see why you'd want to turn SSH off, it doesn't drain the battery, or use up much RAM.
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    No it does drain battery that's why I want to turn it off.
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    It only uses battery and RAM while you're logged into the ssh on another device. There is no reason to turn it off (unless you have a really bad password)
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    Can't he change his password with mobileterminal or a terminal on mac ? Or iOS 4.0 isn't supporting password change ?

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