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    Step 2. - Back up your seczone, PROBLEM!
    i have followed every steps to the letter! and i get tis error! can someone help me out here thanks

    gahau-liangs-computer:~ gahauliang$ ssh -1 root 192.168.0.100
    ssh: root: No address associated with nodename
    gahau-liangs-computer:~ gahauliang$ rm /Users/gahauliang/ .ssh/known_hosts
    rm: /Users/gahauliang/: is a directory
    rm: .ssh/known_hosts: No such file or directory


    thanks!!!

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    open finder then hit apple shift g then type ~/.ssh the drag that file to the trash

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    thanks ohhh that what rm was for remove file lol
    but still it does NOT work.... arg
    i still get this!
    gahau-liangs-computer:~ gahauliang$ ssh -1 root 192.168.0.100
    ssh: root: No address associated with nodename
    after removing the file and deleting it!

    please help help

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    Quote Originally Posted by gahau View Post
    thanks ohhh that what rm was for remove file lol
    but still it does NOT work.... arg
    i still get this!
    gahau-liangs-computer:~ gahauliang$ ssh -1 root 192.168.0.100
    ssh: root: No address associated with nodename
    after removing the file and deleting it!

    please help help
    reinstall openssh

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    i am using cyberduck by reinstalling ssh
    do u mean cyberduck?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gahau View Post
    i am using cyberduck by reinstalling ssh
    do u mean cyberduck?
    Use http://iphone.nullriver.com/beta/ then on the installer on your phone install comunity soucres bsd subsystem and openssh as well as mobile terminal, then connect via putty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gahau View Post
    Step 2. - Back up your seczone, PROBLEM!
    i have followed every steps to the letter! and i get tis error! can someone help me out here thanks

    gahau-liangs-computer:~ gahauliang$ ssh -1 root 192.168.0.100
    ssh: root: No address associated with nodename
    gahau-liangs-computer:~ gahauliang$ rm /Users/gahauliang/ .ssh/known_hosts
    rm: /Users/gahauliang/: is a directory
    rm: .ssh/known_hosts: No such file or directory


    thanks!!!
    The command should be

    ssh -l root 192.168.0.100

    "l" which is a lower case "L", not a 1 which is one
    -l which means "login" as root ...

    Nothing wrong with SSH or your known hosts file - at least nothing that would cause this problem!

    Quote Originally Posted by gahau View Post
    Step 2. - Back up your seczone, PROBLEM!
    i have followed every steps to the letter! and i get tis error! can someone help me out here thanks

    gahau-liangs-computer:~ gahauliang$ rm /Users/gahauliang/ .ssh/known_hosts
    rm: /Users/gahauliang/: is a directory
    rm: .ssh/known_hosts: No such file or directory
    thanks!!!
    just noticed the second one - please be careful with the rm commands - you came within inches of immediately and irretrievably deleting your entire home directory.

    *if* you have to use that command, it is

    rm -f /Users/gahauliang/.ssh/known_hosts

    with no spaces - *never* let a space get into the path when using rm

    However, you don't have to use rm to deal with this file - simply select "go to folder" from the Finder "Go" menu, and enter "/Users/gahauliang/.ssh" and hit return - now you can see, edit and delete the file if you like.
    Last edited by jwdav; 10-28-2007 at 12:00 AM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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    hahah stupid me!!!!
    thanks guys (a LOT)

    yes yes it was an l not an 1... =(

    thanks!

    now during the guide it said in RED and BOLD that i only should use the rm cmd if i get i error... stupid me typed 1 instead of l therefore i though it was an error and did use the rm cmd... and i guess removed 'known_hosts'
    is this going to be a problem???
    Last edited by gahau; 10-28-2007 at 12:16 AM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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    i need help revirginizing the iphone I am not computer expert. can somebody help me step by step how to do it. I seen the instructions but it looks like it doesnt have all the details. or does anybody has a video how to do it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gahau View Post
    gahau-liangs-computer:~ gahauliang$ rm /Users/gahauliang/ .ssh/known_hosts
    Slightly off-topic now, but please, please, if you are a Terminal newbie (and we all were once, so it's fully understandable and I'm not knocking you at all), DOUBLE-CHECK everything you type before hitting return for EVERY command. See that little space before the ".ssh"? Because it is there, you've told the computer to delete your user folder "/Users/gahauliang/" as well as a file ".ssh/known_hosts". Luckily, the safeguards on deleting directories caught you, but you were a few keystrokes away from wiping your home folder away (if you had done "rm -rf" in this case). So please always be careful, especially with mv and rm commands.

    Edit: oops, just saw jwdav said this already. I'll leave it in though as you can never have too many warnings...

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