Problem with var/root/applications

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  1. gcvidz

    gcvidz New Member

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  2. TheDuke1122

    TheDuke1122 New Member

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    If you're trying to ssh in apps, they go in the applications folder under the top root. Hit the periods at the top until you can't anymore and you'll be there. That's the applications folder that you want.
  3. brisingr

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    /var/root/applications doesn't exist. Go to /applications.
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    It says that for the simple reason, you are trying to go to a false directory.
  5. Gitykins

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    It is a symlink folder; it doesn't exist after you relocated your Applications.
  6. malibusurfer93

    malibusurfer93 Banned

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    yeah its just /Applications
  7. gcvidz

    gcvidz New Member

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    No, Im going to / <root> which is the furthest i can go back then i can see:
    applications
    arm-apple-darwin
    bin
    cores
    dev
    etc
    Library
    private
    sbin
    System
    tmp
    usr
    var
    mach

    Then when i click into applications, which i did before i restored my iPhone.

    Then this message comes up:

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    Then when i click more this comes up:

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    ?
  8. Gitykins

    Gitykins Banned

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    Then go to /private/var/root/Applications and try to open that folder.
  9. gcvidz

    gcvidz New Member

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    When i go to private/var/root all i see is library
  10. Gitykins

    Gitykins Banned

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    And there is nothing at /private/var/Applications or ~/Applications?

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