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    hi guys,

    i unlocked my iphone 1 month ago without problems. i have the version 1.11 running now. im getting 4 new iphones now for some friends and i just wanted to prepare in case they have 1.12 firmware.
    i was just trying to check the bootloader version from my iphone 1.11 with the terminal. i m writing

    ssh [email protected] (my ip address),

    then i give my passwort...
    and then it appears

    Last login: Tue Nov 27 18:34:39 2007 from

    then i should enter the following

    cd /usr/bin/

    so i can run the bbupdater but my terminal just accept 3 letters after that it just ends the conection

    -sh-3.2# cd
    Connection to closed

    i really do not know what im doing wrong. maybe some problems wit the ssh connection...

    the bbupdater is already in the bin folder in the iphone.
    other ways how to check the bootloader version???

    i would really appreciate your help!

    greetings from peru

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2ndr3s View Post
    hi guys,i would really appreciate your help!

    greetings from peru
    It's a screw up between SSH and BSD versions. Remove all copies of SSH from your iPhone. Using install (or re-install) BSD 1.5 from Community Sources, then install OpenSSH. In that order. You should be fine after that.
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