bosstool problem

Discussion in 'iPod touch Firmware 1.1.4 Discussions' started by Yakovlev, Mar 17, 2008.

  1. Yakovlev

    Yakovlev Banned

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    ok, so install bosstool, and relocate fonts then, ringtines, but when I try to relocate apps, the spinning wheel comes up, like its supposed to, but real quickly it goes back to like its done but the apps arent moved and the memories the same??
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  3. mikesgroove

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    I've heard of that happening. If you do a search you should be able to find an answer. I opted to use Cydia, instead of BSD, which automatically moves everything to the larger partition, so I haven't investigated much into BossTool. Even if you already installed BSD you can install Cydia, and it will overwrite it. Check it out.
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    you don't need to relocating fonts and ringtones leaves enough space
  5. jStar

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    Have you solved the problem, the same happened to me with apps... .
    Now everything's gone kind of...
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    All you need to do is make the symlink yourself.
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    no experience with that, how does it work?!
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    mkdir /private/var/Applications
    mkdir /private/var/Fonts
    cp -Rp /Applications/* /private/var/Applications
    cp -Rp /System/Library/Fonts/* /private/var/Fonts
    rm -rf /Applications
    rm -rf /System/Library/Fonts
    ln -s /private/var/Applications/ /Applications
    ln -s /private/var/Fonts/ /System/Library/Fonts
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    When this happened to me, reinstalling Bosstool fixed my problem.

    Running the above commands seems easier (for me, at least), but if you don't know how to SSH through the command line or how to SSH at all, I'd try this first.

    If you are on a Mac, fire up terminal and type: ssh root@[your iPod's IP address here]
    hit return.
    Then type: alpine
  10. notewar

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    how do u symlink

    /var/root/Downloads and /var/root/Media/Downloads


    i tried this

    ln -s /var/root/Downloads /var/root/Media/Downloads

    and it said permission denied

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