iOS 4.0 SSH'ing iPhone 4?

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  1. inflacoarch

    inflacoarch New Member

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    I seem to be having a problem SSH'ing with my iphone 4, openSSH is supposedly confirmed to work with iPhone 4 so, why can i not ssh in?
    I'm using cyberduck by the way.
    Is there anything besides installing OpenSSH and SBSETTINGS that i have to do?
  2. i.think.different

    i.think.different Banned

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    It works fine. It usually takes a couple tries to generate keys before it's a go. Make sure it's set up for SFTP, Port 22, root, and alpine
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    no, but you have to be connected to a internet. Also sometimes it takes a long time to connect for me (via termanal)
  4. Oliver Barker

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    No different from other iPhones. Make sure it's a ssh connection with your iPhones ip that it's using on your local network. Like 192.168.0.5 or something. Port 22
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    butteronaroll New Member

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    just checking but is ssh on?
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    Try using Disk Aid, It's worked fine for me when i SSH'ed yesterday. Then again, if you don't like USB SSH, its a problem.
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    It worked fine for me, had to update the key in WinSCP's cache but all good apart from that
  8. Oliver Barker

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    if you know the IP (go into the settings on your iDevice and press the arrow next to the network your on) then go into terminal (mac only i think) and type "ssh root@xxx.xxx.x.x and it should ask for a password. type "alpine".
  9. inflacoarch

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    I got it working after a few reboots, but i have noticed that navigating around takes a while to load like going from /var to /var/root takes 30+ seconds, anyone else experiencing this?

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