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I just installed ssh from cydia and found that I have no icon for it. I didn't get any error messages during install. Am I suppose to have an icon
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    Default Just installed ssh and have no icon
    I just installed ssh from cydia and found that I have no icon for it. I didn't get any error messages during install. Am I suppose to have an icon for this? Sorry I'm new to this.

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    no icon for ssh. It runs in the background....

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    Smile MobileTerminal
    What yo uwant is to install "Mobile Terminal" as well. Then you can use ssh (which is actually installed already)

    DO NOT FORGET TO CHANGE PASSWORDS FOR BOTH OF YOUR iPHONE ACCOUNTS - otherwise EVERYONE can access your phone.

    Do this by opening Mobile Terminal and enter the text within the "":

    > "passwd"
    Old password: "alpine"
    New Password: "(whatever you like)"
    Confirm password: "(repeat your chosen password)"

    > "su"
    Password: "alpine"
    > "passwd"
    New Password: "(whatever you like)"
    Confirm password: "(repeat your chosen password)"


    First half changes the password of your regular account "mobile" and the second part changes the "root" password.

    Done.

    Read more at twiphone.com if you like - i found it there ...

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    you can also use winscp to access it

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    Download SBsettings from Cydia an it gives you an on/off toggle. It is advised to leave it on by default that way you have a backdoor if your phone should ever get stuck in an endless reboot cycle.

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