UHOH wheres SSH?

Discussion in 'iPod touch Firmware 1.1.3 Discussions' started by sonia1234321, Jan 27, 2008.

  1. sonia1234321

    sonia1234321 New Member

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    okay so on 1.1.3 jailbroken ipod touch when i install openSSH, its not there? all the other apps i install appear on my homescreen, but SSH just installs, and when installer automatically reboots it just dosnt appear!

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  2. marc-hd

    marc-hd New Member

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    same problem here. HELP!!
  3. jadphoto

    jadphoto New Member

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    OpenSSH is not an app. Get services.app to enable and turn off SSH
  4. sonia1234321

    sonia1234321 New Member

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    uhm... how do you do that?
  5. sonia1234321

    sonia1234321 New Member

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    wait nvm i figured it out, but it wont let me install it?
  6. jadphoto

    jadphoto New Member

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    You can try bossprefs then.
  7. sonia1234321

    sonia1234321 New Member

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    where can i install that from?
  8. darc10222

    darc10222 Banned

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    I'm pretty sure NetServices is in the Community Sources download. You need that to turn on SSH.
  9. jadphoto

    jadphoto New Member

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    Installer. You might have to add a source. I dont know the source right now so just go look around.
  10. jstlookinground

    jstlookinground New Member

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    people you dont need to turn ssh off. there is no need. install openssh and be done.

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