Most of you who are not amazing with UNIX, would probably like to know some simple yet VERY useful commands that you can type into Term-vt100 (or puTTy). Here are some useful commands: Fix Application crashing! (chmod): Code: chmod +x /Applications/AppName.app/AppName Application Launch (You can use this to launch hidden apps): Code: cd /Applications cd AppName.app ./AppName Resping (Restart Spingboard): Code: launchctl stop com.apple.SpringBoard Zip Files (You must install the Zipper via the installer): Code: zip -r NameOfZip FolderToAdd Find ANY app/file/etc. (very useful if you don't know the location a file is being stored!) Code: find /|grep -i *NAME* Reboot: Code: Reboot Fixes many problems on 1.1.3/4: Code: chown -hR mobile /var/mobile Killing (stopping) a process: Code: kill -9 [pid] See live process data: Code: top See current user (Usually Root): Code: whoami See current directory: Code: pwd Change user: Code: login [username] An Applications symlink, so you don't need BossTool: Code: mkdir /private/var/Applications cp -Rp /Applications/* /private/var/Applications rm -rf /Applications && ln -s /private/var/Applications/ /Applications reboot Show current disk space usage: Code: df -h [COLOR="Red"] -If typed in correctly, it should look like this- [/COLOR] Filesystem Size Used Avail Capacity Mounted on /dev/disk0s1 300M 162M 135M 54% / devfs 15K 15K 0B 100% /dev /dev/disk0s2 15G 202M 15G 1% /private/var Setting permissions (Replace 777 with 755, or whatever you want) Code: /bin/chmod -R 777 /Applications/AppName.app/AppName Please reply with other useful ones a may of left out! Thanks, Ezra PS: Can this be a sticky?