Help with folders

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  1. Ex-Touch

    Ex-Touch New Member

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    I'm having trouble understanding something. This thing I am reading says to put the app in /Applications. There is no /Applications. Does it mean /private/var/mobile/Applications? Or, am I doing something wrong. I'm on 2.0.2 jailbroken using QuickPwn.
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    private/var/stash/Applications
  3. Ex-Touch

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    What if it has a weird name like mine? Applications.Ptmx8T
  4. Gitykins

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    *facepalm*

    It's supposed to be like that.
  5. Ex-Touch

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    Okay. When I tried to install the app, it opened and one second after it opened it crashed. I set the permissions and everything.
  6. Gitykins

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    What app is it?

    Be honest.
  7. Ex-Touch

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    Super Monkey Ball.
  8. Gitykins

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    Create a folder called Documents in /private/var/stash/Applications.xxxxx, and another folder called Documents in /private/var/mobile
  9. Ex-Touch

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    Okay. I don't have the password for my brother's wifi network, so it's impossible for me to SSH. Therefore, I have to use Terminal. But, everytime I use chmod -R 777 Documents/ , it gives me the Operation not permitted crap. I need to know how to fix this.
  10. Gitykins

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    You need to login as root.

    Type these commands before the chmod one.

    su root

    alpine

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