Download files from the Web Well folks it looks like it's getting there closer and closer. This method i'm about to show you is a simple and easy method of downloading files from the web to your iPod. There is this program called HistoryDL it downloads the history from the safary web browser you are allowed to pick something that you have accessed in the hitsory and it gets downloaded to /var/root/Media/EBooks/. However you can change that location by editing the savepath.txt located in HistoryDL.app to one that satisfy's you. 1. Download the HistoryDL Application attached to this thread or add this to your source and find the HistoryDL Application in the installer. - Repository: [http://hpcgi3.nifty.com/moyashi/ipodtouch/repository.cgi] 2. Navigate to a website and click on file that usually downloads or even a mp3 song that you listen to from the we like http://www.seeqpod.com/, or any site that you've accessed a file with a filetype. Example: http://www.apple.com/downloads/listentomenow.mp3 http://www.apple.com/downloads/videoyaydownloadme.mp4 and so forth... 3. Now click the home button navigate to the HistoryDL Application and find the file you accessed or were about to download but was prompted "Safari Can't Download This File". Usually when blanked out indicates a file The data there shows the file type being downloaded Sometimes there isn't always the filetype shown. 4. Click download and wait till the file finish downloading you will know that when the download button is not pressed in anymore and has been released. Click the Download Button 5. Navigate to the /var/root/Media/EBooks folder to find the file you download. Via SSH Via Apache Web Server 6. You can change this location to be accessible by Apache server or change apache server to make it's homepage /var/ Note with apache server you can access the file by listening to it or watching it. Do Enjoy Downloading files from the web. Take Care, Jon How to Enable Apache Server to start in iPod Root If you would like when you finished installing apache server from the installer app to have the ability to type in 127.0.0.1 and let it go straight to the root of your iPod Instead of Webserver/Documents: 1. Download the httpd.conf file attached. DOWNLOAD 1b. Extract the file 2. SSH into ipod /etc/httpd 3. Drag in the new httpd.conf replacing the old one 4. Write Permissions 5. Reboot iPod or use sysinfo to kill all httpd processes (usually 3 of them). Go into Safari and type in 127.0.0.1 and it should go to Mr.Root Enjoy! Please note to install Apache Server from the Installer.app Change Download Location 1. Download the savepath.txt file DOWNLOAD 2. SSH Into your iPod 3. Navigate to the Applications folder 4. Navigate to the HistoryDL.app folder 5. Drag the downloaded file replacing the older file 6. Set Permissions 7. Reboot the iPod or Respring i tried reboot and it work not sure about respring. Files will now be downloaded to /var/root/Media/Downloads Enjoy. Credits to: moyashi for creating the app. This is nice cause i downloaded a zip file of like 40 songs just went into finder and extract them all and now went into safari and navigated to the folder and i'm now listening to them. So it's pretty nice for now do enjoy. What does this allow us to do: Use seeqpod as our limewire music program for music only Please Register or Log in to view images use the concept on this use the search feature click the song you want to download let it play for one second then click back and then click home then go to the HistoryDL app find the blank that when you click it it shoulds a seeqpod link. Click download and it should take a while to download unless you have fast internet or clicked the wrong file to download. This concept should help us get closer to what some people are aiming for well this works good enough for me i can download any file form the web on my ipod.