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D phonedmg>iphoneinterface iPhoneInterface v0.3.1 built on Jul 14 2007 Waiting for phone... established. iPhone state: Activated type "help" for help iPhone:/# ls . .. Applications Library System bin cores dev...
07-23-2007, 02:03 PM #1Intel iPhoneInterface Problems - fileref:1
iPhoneInterface v0.3.1 built on Jul 14 2007
Waiting for phone... established.
iPhone state: Activated
type "help" for help
iPhone:/# cd Applications
iPhone:/Applications# cd Calculator.app
iPhone:/Applications/Calculator.app# putfile icon.png
07-23-2007, 02:31 PM #2
There is nothing wrong with that message, that is normal, I think it just says it was done. I get that on all putfile commands, but I know it put it because I see my new ringtones and new icons.
07-23-2007, 03:05 PM #3
Ok, then let me ask this.
What is the SYNTAX of the putfile command.
I see examples of putfile \Applications\Calculator.app\icon.png which is where the icon.png file goes on the iphone, but what in the command tells iPhoneInterface what LOCAL file to be putting.
is this suposed to work the same way that PUT does on FTP?
Is there a 0.3.3 version for the PC that is already compiled?
07-23-2007, 03:55 PM #4
the file you are trying to put onto the iPhone should be in the same directory as where you launched iphoneinterface. Thats why most say move stuff into the phonedmg folder and you work from there. The putfile just assumes the file is local to where it was launched.
07-23-2007, 05:29 PM #5
thanks!!! Trying Manaza in the meantime
07-24-2007, 01:20 AM #6
so far all the information is correct your getting. make sure the file you want to 'putfile' is in the same directory as your iphoneinterface (preferably cphonedmg) secondly, putfile and the full location of the folder and the filename: putfile /Applications/DemoApp.app/icon.png (to upload an image) make sure that you change directory (cd) into that directory before putfile, if your doing all of that, then the question is are you rebooting your iphone after you 'quit' iphoneinterface (hold the power button for a few seconds and slide the red slider to power down then press the power to turn it back on)? let me know.
07-24-2007, 01:44 AM #7
I too have this error, copied icon.png to the phonedmg directory, cd'd to the /Applications/Calculator.app dir; ran rmdir against the existing icon. I could be missing something-- sorta searching the forums for instructions-- good times.
07-24-2007, 01:47 AM #8
from the top putfile /Applications/Calculator.app/icon.png
the icon.png must be in the same directory as iphoneinterface
removing a file would be rmdir /Applications/Calculator.app/icon.png
Windows seems to like full path when using putfile while osx putfile icon.png would work fine to put it in the directory you are in
07-24-2007, 01:49 AM #9
putfile requires an absolute path (and cd to the desired directory).
running putfile icon.png puts the file in root (/)...of course folks who have this working already know this...us newbs, not so much.
iPhone:/# cd /Applications/Calculator.app
iPhone:/Applications/Calculator.app# putfile /Applications/Calculator.app/icon.png
07-24-2007, 01:51 AM #10
hehehe I posted the answer 2 mins before you could post that you figured it out hehehehehe