customize app help

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  1. tamgoose

    tamgoose New Member

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    Can't find anything useful with the search.

    Installed customize and only get the spicy chicken splash page then it crashes if tried loading it many times but no success. Am I missing something?

    Thanks in advance

    Posted from touch
  2. kermit

    kermit New Member

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    Use SFTP or SSH. Navigate to the Customize.app and change permissions to 755. Use the -r flag to change everything in the folder.

    Don
  3. tamgoose

    tamgoose New Member

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    fantastic! thanks very much mate

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  4. iTouchJapan

    iTouchJapan New Member

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    AHHHHHHH How does one change the permissons!!!??? Everyone says type this string, use -r.. but I have yet to find a walk through. Where do I do it??? I did it for /Applications using MobileTerminal, so I don't have to SSH in, I am on the touch. But WHAT EXACTLY do I need to do and where?? I've never seen anything resembling 755 so why is it that and how do I know it is that from the command I type??

    Thanks.

    Josh
  5. Andy Huang

    Andy Huang Retired Moderator

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    Google "putty download"
    Download it, run it, punch in your iPod's IP address.
    Login using root for username, alpine for password.
    Type the command exactly as shown, hit enter, close window.
  6. tamgoose

    tamgoose New Member

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    On all the ftp programs you highlight the file you want to change the permission for, right click it and go to properties there you will see the permission editing bit.

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