Just JB'ed, didnt need to install apps. Do i still need BSD sub?

Discussion in 'iPod touch Firmware 1.1.4 Discussions' started by 7Makaveli, Mar 16, 2008.

  1. 7Makaveli

    7Makaveli New Member

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    the topic? Do i need it for applications other than the iphone ones that i retained when i JB'ed?
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    micaheljcaboose Well-Known Member

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    I think you need BSD subsytem for iPhone apps...hmm, Then you don't need BSD subsytem for anything else.
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    Axis Super Moderator Staff Member

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    ^The iPhone runs them without without BSD Subsystem. lol

    Many applications require BSD Subsystem, so yes, install it. BSD Subsystem is something you want to have, no matter the circumstances.
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    7Makaveli New Member

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    So you need it for other applications? I already had the iphone applications when i jb'ed to 1.1.4 with the wiggle and all that working. I guess ill install it as precaution. Should i do bosstools first cause im gonna be trying out a lot of applications? Or should i do it after bsd?
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    Axis Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Get BSD Subsystem first. Then move your Applications folder and set up symmlinks in some way; BossTool is fine for that.
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    I do not think it would hurt to have them and other applications require them I think
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    you need to download either BSD or the Cydia packager and install the "fake BSD." I used the latter and I really like Cydia. I'm looking forward to what the future brings for it.

    But anyway, you definitely should get one or the other.

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