Discussion in 'iOS Jailbreak & Cydia' started by zachmanz8, Dec 30, 2007.
Quick question - what is it? see it on a boss prefs on/off switch
Samba is a tool to network Windows/Linux (maybe UNIX/Mac OSX) computers together and share files.
I didn't know it existed for the iPoT. If I can find it, I'm installing it right when I see it.
Check out: http://signalblue.com/iphone/. It worked for me.
It's actually in Installer.app, I don't know what source, but I have it up and running fine.
It works well, actually.
wow thats awesome sure beats having to have another program and just as a sharePlease Register or Log in to view images
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its not on installer for me and i cant find a repo with it
I find it neither there nor in "Cydia Installer". Is there a secret?
Holy hell, way to bump an old thread. And your first post too, it's a shame.
Secret? Of course, it's called a 9 month gap.
Yeah, sorry, didn't notice its age at the time. I do now, of course, and it's reasonable that the method that worked then won't work now. Still, I'd really like to get sync or even music transferring working under Linux. Failing that, I figure I can at least run Samba on it and use it as a transfer drive, but I can't find Samba.
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