How to save changes in SSH?

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  1. Keyhan

    Keyhan New Member

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    Hello, I'm new to the whole SSH process, and was wondering, how do I save changes I made to my files? I'm trying to mod a theme, and everything is going fine, but I cant save which is a problem

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  2. Kayzo

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    Save?
    Like save documents you're editing in SSH, or save the addition of files to a folder?
  3. Keyhan

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    Yes, to save files Im editing. o;
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    They should be saving themselves..
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    Because when I open Winterboard and try the theme, nothing changed :/
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    That doesn't mean that SSH is not saving them..
    Try rebooting..
    And what are you trying to change?
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    Shawa Super Moderator

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    I advise against editing files directly on the iPod. You could mess something up, and not have a safety net.
    My general editing process was:
    1. Copy file to backup folder on Desktop
    2. Duplicate file, make desired changes to the duplicate.
    3. Copy over to iPod.

    Then, if something went wrong, I could always overwrite the bad file.
  9. Keyhan

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    Respringing worked, thanks for the help guys.

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    Thanks, Ill do that too, Shawa

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    I was worried I might mess something up so I did small changes.
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    iBoss™ Banned

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    Everytime youre done modifying anything via SSH, or even DiskAid, you always need to reboot/respring for any of those changes to take effect.

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