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At last, Terminal has been updated to run properly under firmware 1.1.3. There should be no more need to enter a password or problems with the backspace button. It now
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    Default Terminal 2.07 released!
    At last, Terminal has been updated to run properly under firmware 1.1.3. There should be no more need to enter a password or problems with the backspace button. It now runs as mobile instead of root.

    Note: I suspect this version will not run properly under earlier firmware, but I have no way to test that.

    Also, I'm only announcing this, I did not create it. Works great for me.

    Direct download here:

    http://mobileterminal.googlecode.com...rminal-207.zip

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    Works fine on 1.1.3, but then again, so did the older version for me under the natetrue jailbreak.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ksong12 View Post
    Works fine on 1.1.3, but then again, so did the older version for me under the natetrue jailbreak.
    Thats because NateTrue's JB didnt change the user from root to mobile... See what happenes when you try and install official 3rd party apps on nate's jailbreak.

    Is there any way we can put this on MMI's installer source?

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    I manually installed this.. but it doesn't seem to work...

    what do the permissions have to be? Terminal.app permissions are set to 2755 and all the files inside are 0664

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    The Terminal file in that folder is the actual app and it needs to be set to 755 to run.

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    and on the google code page the terminal is in color.. I like the colors, but they aren't on the app when I run it on my phone...

    any suggestions..?

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    Just installed it, and it works great.

    After uninstalling the old vt100 application, I can't uninstall the "Term-vt100 SUD fix" which was needed to run vt100. Installer only gives me the option to "reinstall". Any one know how I can remove it from Installer's list?

    Thanks,

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    Is there a new command for "top"? I'm getting an error...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jkfox121 View Post
    Just installed it, and it works great.

    After uninstalling the old vt100 application, I can't uninstall the "Term-vt100 SUD fix" which was needed to run vt100. Installer only gives me the option to "reinstall". Any one know how I can remove it from Installer's list?

    Thanks,

    Joe
    Sure, edit and remove the entry from ~/Library/Installer/LocalPackages.plist

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    Is there a new command for "top"? I'm getting an error...
    ...and that error would be? Did you try logging in as root and running top?
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    this isn't in installer.app yet?

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    hey,
    how can I reverse the following commands which I ran for manual SUID Lib Fix-

    Code:
    mkdir -p /usr/local/arm-apple-darwin/lib
    ln -s /usr/lib/libgcc_s.1.dylib /usr/local/arm-apple-darwin/lib/libgcc_s.1.dylib
    please help.
    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by eternal View Post
    hey,
    how can I reverse the following commands which I ran for manual SUID Lib Fix-

    Code:
    mkdir -p /usr/local/arm-apple-darwin/lib
    ln -s /usr/lib/libgcc_s.1.dylib /usr/local/arm-apple-darwin/lib/libgcc_s.1.dylib
    please help.
    thanks

    As long as you did not delete the file arm-apple-darwin/lib/libgcc_s.1.dylib after you created the sysmbolic link there is no harm done

    so you can delete the sysmbolic ling with

    rm /usr/local/arm-apple-darwin/lib/libgcc_s.1.dylib


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    Quote Originally Posted by CyberGreg View Post
    Sure, edit and remove the entry from ~/Library/Installer/LocalPackages.plist



    ...and that error would be? Did you try logging in as root and running top?
    CyberGreg, thanks for the help. Do you know any plist editors for Windows?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jkfox121 View Post
    CyberGreg, thanks for the help. Do you know any plist editors for Windows?
    Sorry, I do not but I'm pretty sure there are some, in addition, you can run the file through some utility and then open it in any text editor. Again, though I am unfamiliar with this utility.

    Crap, I'm friggin useless...
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    I also installed correctly (iphonebrowser, OpenSSH-WinSCP for the permissions). When I open Terminal and run 'top' I get an error. It says:

    Error in host processor sets (): (os/kern) inv

    I did:

    su root
    password: (gave alpine)


    got:

    su: incorrect password
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    Quote Originally Posted by fuzzy View Post
    I also installed correctly (iphonebrowser, OpenSSH-WinSCP for the permissions). When I open Terminal and run 'top' I get an error. It says:

    Error in host processor sets (): (os/kern) inv

    I did:

    su root
    password: (gave alpine)


    got:

    su: incorrect password
    fuzzy:

    I reported this exact problem on the googlecode website a couple of days ago. Several people confirmed it, and then one of the developers sent me this info:

    Comment by lennart:
    There are two problems with the su command in the BSD Subsystem 2.0
    installer package:

    1) It is not installed suid root. Without that, it can't do anything
    useful at all.

    Fix: ssh into your iphone as root and run "chmod ug+s /usr/bin/su"

    However, this exposes the second problem:

    2) su has been compiled without an absolute path to libarmfp.dylib.

    Fix: Get the source and recompile it. Or better: Let the maintainer of
    the BSD
    Subsystem 2.0 package know about the problem and ask them to recompile
    it. (I've
    already done this but I haven't heard anything back. But maybe you
    will have better
    luck.)

    In either case, this is not a bug with Terminal.app.


    Issue attribute updates:
    Status: Invalid
    So, it looks like we're back to waiting for BSD Subsystem 2.0 to get fixed before this will work 100%. For now, I'm going back to an earlier version, either vt-100 or 2.06, I haven't decided which yet. Typing the password every time is annoying, but less so than not running properly.
    Last edited by DaveiPhone; 02-08-2008 at 11:29 AM.

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    What is not running properly about the new Terminal?

    It sounds like you are having su issues and top issues and maybe need to suid top to make it work?
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    Thanks for the help, I went ahead and edited the plist, and it's gone. By the way, I found a program called XMLSpear which worked fine.

    I've gone back to terminal build 198 with the SUID fixes, build 207 seams to have too many problems... It just doesn't function right.

    Quote Originally Posted by CyberGreg View Post
    Sorry, I do not but I'm pretty sure there are some, in addition, you can run the file through some utility and then open it in any text editor. Again, though I am unfamiliar with this utility.

    Crap, I'm friggin useless...
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    Dear Greg,
    Can you help and a bit be specific about the file location of ~/Library/Installer/LocalPackages.plist?
    I checked through SCP, but could not find the file.
    I have similar problem, Could not uninstall it after trying to install this.
    Thx.
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    I'm a no0b.

    How do i install this? i just used ziphone to jailbreak my iPhone and I want a terminal on it. It's not in the installer like it was on pervious firmware versions.

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