Terminal Linux (Alt for OpeniBoot for ALL devices)

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  1. ipodtuchr

    ipodtuchr New Member

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    Hi guys! I had a thread where i asked you if there was any way in which i could install OpeniBoot or Openi2G on my mc model spirit jailbroken 3.1.3 ipod touch. Everyone said no or not yet. Well I started thinking bout hw i could make it possible. I love computers and command line. Now i have created the BETA version of a new product called Terminal Linux. Once installed it allows you to access a linux-like command line with one simple command inside MobieTerminal. And to exit you dont even have t reboot just type in exit. My friends and I have a repo/organization called iKoruption Inc . We can be found on Facebook, Twitter, and Google. To download visit our website:

    http://www.ikoruptioninc4ipod.webs.com/

    or our pc site

    http://www.ikoruptioninc.webs.com/

    Please post any comments on this thread or email us at ikoruptioninc@hotmail.com
  2. Oliver Barker

    Oliver Barker New Member

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    we don't want a linux like command line dude, we want linux as a seperate boot option.
  3. Shawa

    Shawa Super Moderator

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    So… you repackaged Mobileterminal?
  4. omokas

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    Good job, even though it isn't what we exactly need BUT I recommend you to upload it on a file hosting service ([PIRACY.rs], [PIRACY.mu], [PIRACY.4s], SendSpace etc.) because you are advertising your website and your Inc

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  5. ipodtuchr

    ipodtuchr New Member

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  6. Dabone

    Dabone Well-Known Member

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    It gives me an error when I try to insttall it. Is this only for MC devices?
  7. elamre

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    what does this do @ android and linux on iphone?
  8. Tommm

    Tommm Member

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    Had a look at it

    What's this about, theres a list of things the program is saying but its not doing any of them?

    Code:
    echo Booting 'terminal-linux_v1.0_iphoneos-arm'
    echo Waiting for driver intialization.
    echo _
    echo OK
    echo ----------------------------------
    echo     Welcome to Mobile Terminal Linux
    echo Setting clock ...                  [ OK ]
    echo Starting udev[/Developer]          [ OK ]
    echo Loading default keymap[us]         [ OK ]
    echo Setting hostname Root              [ OK ]
    echo Setting up Logical Volume Managment        [ OK ]
    echo 
    echo
    echo Checking filesystems
    echo /: clean                            [ OK ]
    echo /usr/bin : clean                    [ OK ]
    echo /usr/sbin : clean                   [ OK ]
    echo /bin : clean                        [ OK ]
    echo /sbin : clean                       [ OK ]
    echo
    echo
    echo Remounting root filesystem in read-write mode [ OK ]
    echo Mounting local filesystem           [ OK ]
    echo Enabling local filesystem quotes    [ OK ]
    echo Enabling /etc swaps:
    echo Entering non-interactive startup
    echo Applying Intel CPU micrcode update: [ OK ]
    echo Starting background readahead:      [ OK ]
    echo Checking for hardware changes       [ OK ]
    echo Bringing up loopback interface:     [ OK ]
    echo Bringing up interface eth0:         [ OK ]
    echo Starting audtid:                    [ OK ]
    echo Starting system logger:             [ OK ]
    echo Starting kernel logger:             [ OK ]
    echo Starting irqbalance:                [ OK ]
    echo Starting portmap:                   [ OK ]
    echo Starting system message bus:        [ OK ]
    echo Mounting other filesystems:         [ OK ]
    echo Starting mobile terminal daemon     [ OK ]
    echo 
    echo 
    echo Starting autofs: Loading autofs4:   [ OK ]
    echo Starting automount:                 [ OK ]
    echo                                     [ OK ]
    echo Starting mDNSResponder:             [ OK ]
    echo Starting sshd:                      [ OK ]
    echo Starting ntpd:                      [ OK ]
    echo Starting sftp:                      [ OK ]
    echo Starting Distributed memory caching:[ OK ]
    echo Starting xfs:                       [ OK ]
    echo
    echo
    echo 
    echo ------------------------------------------
    echo Hello! Welcome to the BETA version of 
    echo Terminal Linux. This is an addon which 
    echo makes your MobileTerminal app boot into
    echo a Linux like machine!!
    echo
    echo For help with commands try "command" --help
    echo or to list all commands use the commands
    echo use cmdview .
    echo
    echo Login:
    echo 
    echo
    echo Username: Root
    su root
    
    (file from TerminalLinux\data.tar\data\usr\bin\BootLinux)
  9. nasra1n

    nasra1n New Member

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    What's the point of this, please? What can you do with it?
  10. nozz

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    Seems like all it does is starting MobileTerminal and log in as superuser.

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