Discussion in 'iPod touch 1.1.4 Jailbreak' started by afarnesi, May 23, 2008.
for deleting remotepackages.plist from /var/mobile/Library/Installer
So what might that be
sudo rm /var/mobile/Library/Installer
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my mobile terminal does not recognize the command "sudo"
Get an older version of Terminal for future use. I find the newer ones much more annoying to use, because you are not root as default.
Anyways, if you want to be able to use the sudo command, you can always install Cydia and install "sudo". I don't tihnk you want to go through all the trouble to do that though, just to use a command in Terminal.
I'm not really farmillar with the newer versions of Terminal, since I use an older version, due to the hassle of new ones. I do know you have to log in as root, but I don't know how. Sorry.
I will get the source for you to be able to log in as root. Be right back
There is some BSD thing in their to allow root access. Install it, open terminal, type su and then alpine
the terminal i found doesnt require to ever log in
but i cant get into installer because it crashes and i ran out of disc space without knowing so when i tried to update filebrowser installer crashed in the middle and i was left with no file browser
so basically ihave no ssh
and i cant open installer and i cant use a finder
Yea, that is a newer version. It automatically logs you in as "mobile", I believe, not "root", which is needed to run larger commands.
Can you SSH through your computer, by any chance?
Read my post above and it will work
whenever i enter su root and alpine as pswd it says 'password incorect'. will the iphone.lenlolabs fix thing work on this?
Thats exactly what the fix does. I have tested it and it works, I promise!
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