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    Default connecting to the iphone in a windows program
    so, i'm writing a program on windows xp, and i just have a simple question that i am curious about.

    how would i go about sending commands to the iphone from my program? really the only commands i would need to send are rmdir, mkdir, getfile, and putfile. is there a program similar to iphoneinterface or iphuc for windows that already does this, that you can send arguments to execute these commands? how would i go about doing this?
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    its called ssh
    use putty

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    ok...

    how do i send commands to putty from, say, a visual basic application to connect to the phone and then run other commands from my visual basic app on my iphone?

    i found an answer...the manzana iphone package is a visual basic module that lets you create an interface with the iphone and do what i need to do.

    i would still like to know the answer to the above question, if possible...it would be nice to include either/or
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    if u want to do SSH with VB.net use this open source API. it works well.

    http://www.tamirgal.com/home/dev.asp...rpSsh#download

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  6. #5
    thank you...lol, you're the first one to actually help ^_^

    this looks great, i'll look into it!
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  7. #6
    Quote Originally Posted by rianbattle View Post
    thank you...lol, you're the first one to actually help ^_^

    this looks great, i'll look into it!

    Try manzana. Its open source and it gives you file system access without having to have internet connection. Plus its faster. The only thing is its written in c# so you have to compile the classes into a dll and the import it into your solution as a refrence. Then call manzana.iphone and you should be good to go. They also have classes to detect the iphone in what ever mode it is in. It can detect it in recovery or normal mode, it also can return the activation state. I would check it out.

    I have the .dll allready compiled if you want it. Just send me a pm or im

    xxjoebreadxx

    http://code.google.com/p/manzana/

  8. #7
    Default importing manzana.dll
    Hi There
    I try to import the manzana.dll in a VC++ application using Visual Studio 2008 and I get the following error while linking
    "fatal error LNK1302: only support linking safe .netmodules; unable to link pure .netmodule"

    The manzana.dll contains unsafe code. not sure what option to use in the C# workspace or the VC++ workspace to make this work. Please help if you have any ideas.

    Thanks a lot
    Sumeet

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