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    Default help toolchain install
    i have a problem installing toolchain in my cygwin. please could you help me? when i try to decrypt de system disk image and create heavenly.dmg i reaceive this: Error: unable to open

    thanks a lot... and please
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    Man... Did anybody on this planet installed all the dev. package for iphone (toolchain etc) on cygwin... under windows? Come on, dudes! Gimme a tutorial. But a working one.

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    Can you do a ls *.dmg in the ~/cygwin directory?
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    I ported the relevant wiki page over to this site. Here it is:
    http://modmyi.com/wiki/index.php/Ins...in_for_windows

    I've used these instructions on a couple of different computers. They work.

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  6. #5
    Quote Originally Posted by NetMage View Post
    We aren't paid to answer the forum questions

    Can you do a ls *.dmg in the ~/cygwin directory?
    ?! sorry for the disturb

    Quote Originally Posted by JLA View Post
    I ported the relevant wiki page over to this site. Here it is:
    http://modmyi.com/wiki/index.php/Ins...in_for_windows

    I've used these instructions on a couple of different computers. They work.
    thanks a lot man. I'll try this today and i'll give you some feedback after.

    In the Get iPhone filesystem i should copy the files/folders in the system folder?
    Last edited by alephan; 01-22-2008 at 02:03 AM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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    I'm not sure exactly which ones are needed...I copied them all off my iPhone (except MP3s and stuff). But definitely the system folder at least...

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    i did copied all the stuff and it worked... now where i can find a tutorial like... how to write your own source file... ?
    Last edited by alephan; 01-23-2008 at 12:36 PM.

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    Do a search for "HelloWorld" for the iPhone and test that out. On windows, you should use a good text editor like jEdit. Once you get HelloWorld running, modify that code to do what you want it to do. You can use Apples website to learn about ObjC and certain common classes like NSString, NSDictionary, etc. For more complicated stuff, you can look at the code for iPhone apps on Google Code and Sourceforge. (Browse SVN)
    and there are a variety of tutorials out there, none too big. I might write some random tutorial things at some point...

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