iLiberty Jailbreaking 1.1.4 Help Please!

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  1. Jonno92

    Jonno92 New Member

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    Only if you want to, but I recommend only doing Installer and getting everything else after you're jailbroken.
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    OK, so just installer, and click go? When I've jailbroken it, what other things do I get?
    What is BSD subsystem? Is that needed?
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    BSD Subsystem is kinda library used by a lot of apps, you should install it as soon as possible then you will probably need OpenSSH if you wan't to SSh into your iPod through WinSCP or putty.
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    Joe Rossignol Community Manager Staff Member

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    You could include BSD Subsystem as a payload, although you could install it through Installer after anyways.

    There's not too many others to choose from. Most of them are baseband fixes, or other fixes.

    You could install Term-vt100, which is Terminal. Also, OpenSSH, so that you can SSH into your iPod touch.

    Other than that, install everything else after jailbreaking.

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