Discussion in 'iPhone Applications on iPod touch' started by michaelchan0427, Oct 11, 2007.
make sure you set them to 755, it normally seems to be the problem with everyones
Except I can run them via ssh and they work fine.
Just don't show up on springboard.
Do I need to anything to springboard?
ls -al shows appropriate permissions on all folders in Applications
what do you guys actually always mean by saying "set it to 755". I guess this is also my problem so how can I do it?
in ssh : chmod -Rf 755 *
that means change force recursive change of permission of all (*) files to 755.
but if i enter chmod -R a+x /Applications/* in Terminal I always get glob6: not found. If I enter chmod -Rf 755 * I get the same.
And if I enter chmod -R a+x /Applications/MobileNotes.app (for example) I get chmod: not found
Anybody has an idea?
Permissions are fine.
Do I need the springboard hack or pogo stick for apple apps to show up?
Oh, how simple. One needs pogo stick.
Going to compile and install lighttpd now to a server from the ipod...
I have my touch jailbroken and am trying to use cyberduck but I don't how to find my iPods ip address. Can someone help me find the exact number I have to use?
Hey... isn't it just possible to put maps, stocks, mail, and notes in installer.app list? Justo to connect to WiFi and download 'em directly to my iPoT without all that hard process of transferrin them from my PC?
i get this error wen trying to connect with WinSCP...
"Cannot initialize SFTP protocol. Is the host running a SFTP server?"
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