iPhone and SSH no longer available in Ubuntu Linux

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by Kallen, Sep 24, 2010.

  1. Kallen

    Kallen Well-Known Member

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    Hey... This just started and I have no idea why...

    I have been able to plug my iPhone in, and Ubuntu (10.04) has been able to see it immediatly. I was able to browse any pics etc. AND, I had the ability to SSH into it (Places>connect
    To Server). In the connect to server dialoge, I clicked on the drop box and had several options including SSH. Now, there's nothing in the dialogue except "Custom Location".

    So, what happened? My iPhone no longer mounts and I have no SSH option! And I have not updated anything and made changes... I have tried 2 different cables and different USB ports...
    Thanks!
  2. GazaIan

    GazaIan Well-Known Member

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    You most likely should have, but have you tried restarting the computer?
  3. pwnthe2G

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    should a reboot not work, i beleive there is a new SSH program for linux that works well allthough i am not sure if there is or what linux versions it works for, as well as iphone firmwares. google around, and test it before you update anything, lol

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