Should OpenSSH open...

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  1. SuzukiGS750EZ

    SuzukiGS750EZ Member

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    Ok, when I power off and then turn my ipod on, i go to SBSettings and SSH is grayed out (off). I click it once and it does the loading symbol but doesn't turn green (on). I click it again and it turns on. My question is is this normal and should it be on when my ipod starts or should it be turned off? I've jailbroken a few times with different JB's and sometimes it automatically turns on, sometimes its off.
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    do you have togglessh? get it in cydia, open it and tap enable
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    well, before on quickfreedom it automatically went on and i just about a minute or so ago read on the bigboss website its sposed to automatically turn on as a safety feature
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    Try reinstalling it.
  5. SuzukiGS750EZ

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    I did
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    i dunno.. guess ill live w. it
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    I've narrowed it down to extended preferences. when you install openssh & sbsettings and turn it off openssh stays on. when you downloaded extended preferences and enable it in winterboard and restart it is off everytime after that...
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    Both Extended Preferences and Supreme Preferences does it. Any ideas?

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