iOS 4.1 Route Terminal commands from computer to display on iPod touch?

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  1. mohitd2000

    mohitd2000 Member

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    Could I route terminal commands to my iPod touch 3G 4.1 (jailbroken)? Kind of like what iPhoneLinux does, but without OpeniBoot? I have mobileterminal installed (426 Unstable)? I am running Linux Ubuntu. Is the possible?
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    ssh from linux?
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    No. I mean something like what OpeniBoot does. When connected to your computer, it relays the commands to the connected iDevice while displaying them on a terminal on the iDevice.
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    wait so you are wanting to have like an emulator on your computer of terminal that you type in a command or something and it sends it to mobile terminal?
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    OpeniBoot redirects commands to the display via this command:
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    sh 2>&1 > /dev/tty0
    Would it work?
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    b-mac 39 Well-Known Member

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    Like what musclenerd does on his example videos?
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    Like in this video: http://www.vimeo.com/2373142
    But I can't use OpeniBoot because I have an iPod touch 3G. I would like to use the OpeniBootConsole

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