iOS 4.0 Can someone compile idevicerestore for me?

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  1. DWY

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    Can a linux user compile idevicerestore for me?
    It would also help a lot of others. Theres a specific way to compile this. It has instructions in the file which can be found here: http://github.com/posixninja/idevicerestore I also this this can be done on a mac...
    This tool was made by p0sixninja and is VERY useful.
  2. R&S

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    I have uploaded the linux binaries of idevicerestore and ideviceactivate.

    They are compiled on x64 linux (Ubuntu 10.04). I don't know if they work on 32 bit.

    Attached Files:

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    They didn't work on mine. I don't know if i'm on 32 bit or 64 bit, but I do know i'm using Ubuntu 9.04.
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    What error did you get?

    Remember to run it from terminal.
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    How do I run an app from terminal? (just installed Ubuntu today) I have already ran CD to /home/owner/Desktop/Idevicerestor+ideviceactivate/

    P.S. On the download, you spelled idevicerestore idevicerestor without the E.
  6. R&S

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    you have to do
    Code:
    '/home/owner/Desktop/Idevicerestor+ideviceactivate/idevicerestore'
    or just cd to the file location and do
    Code:
    ./idevicerestore
    if it say something like "permissions denied", try
    Code:
    chmod +x idevicerestore
    before you run
    Code:
    ./idevicerestore
    I know i missed the e, but i didn't have much time, so i just uploaded it the way it was.
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    Okay, thanks. I'll try that later since i'm upgrading from 9.04 to 9.10 to 10.04. I'm going to upgrade some other time.
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    When I try it, it sends me this:
    Code:
    bash: ./idevicerestore: cannot execute binary file
    
  8. Coca Cola

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    I get error: /home/.../Desktop/idevicerestore: error while loading shared libraries: libimobiledevice.so.2: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
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    I have the same problem. It can't execute the binary file. Also, in the location it's at, an "Invalid Encoding" icon is sent.
  10. R&S

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    you have to install libimobiledevice:

    run
    Code:
    sudo apt-get install libimobiledevice0
    you'll maybe also have to install libusb and usbmuxd:

    Code:
    sudo apt-get install libusb-1.0-0 usbmuxd

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