Having SSH Issues

Discussion in 'iPod touch' started by chrisburke, Dec 19, 2007.

  1. chrisburke

    chrisburke New Member

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    I know there have been lots of posts in here oh the SSH stuff, but none of them have helped me...

    heres my issue.

    I've downgraded my iPod Touch to 1.1.1 and from there i used ijailbreak (btw i use mac os x) now I'm trying to do some ftp stuff, however, when i go to install and system there is no SSH application there, and when i use cyberduck, the connection fails. I'm assuming the problem is because I dont have the SSH app.. but as I said, I can't even install it...

    please help, any help would be appreciated.
  2. jrods

    jrods New Member

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    try downloading the Service App
  3. chrisburke

    chrisburke New Member

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    and where do i find this>?
  4. jrods

    jrods New Member

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    installer app.
  5. chrisburke

    chrisburke New Member

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    its not there....
  6. DerekVOF

    DerekVOF Active Member

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    Couple things - First, Cyberduck will work just fine. Actually, if SSH is turned on, you should be able to just go to the Bookmarks menu, and select your iPod Touch from the Bounjour category (it should show up as iPod.local). Otherwise, make sure your settings in CyberDuck have you connecting using SFTP - NOT just regular FTP.

    As for the comment above, you need to make sure that SSH is actually running on your iPod Touch. If you installed via jailbreakme.com or some other methods, you may already have a program called SSH installed which lets you turn it on/off. Otherwise, got to Installer, and look for Services.app (all packages). It's in the Ste repository - if you haven't already, install the Community Sources and you should see it...
  7. Danls92

    Danls92 Super Moderator Emeritus Staff Member

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    Try under System> OpenSSH

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